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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 1027 10 
Date: 10/25/2020 09:08:00

Suspicious Person
410 Benton Rd., #A


Police responded to the 400 blk of Benton Rd. for a reported suspicious person sleeping in 
a vehicle. 

Upon arrival police made contact with the owner of the vehicle who denied sleeping in the 
vehicle. The subject left without incident.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 1026 10 
Date: 10/25/2020 03:08:00

Suspicious Vehicle
Quaker Mfg.


Police checked on a suspicious vehicle at the above address. 

Police spoke with Rafael Macias, who advised that he was a cleaner for the company 
waiting to go inside. 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: 20 1025 10 
Date: 10/24/2020 22:54:00

Assist other Agency
410 Depot Rd near Coffee School Road


Police responded to Depot Road near Coffee School Road to assist the Ohio State 
Highway Patrol and Salem Police Department on a traffic stop. 

Upon arrival police detained one of the three subjects, while the Ohio State Highway Patrol 
did field sobriety testing on the operator.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928
Zachary Sanford 924

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: 20 1024 10 
Date: 10/24/2020 20:39:00

Investigate Complaint
1253 Conser Drive

Caller/Complainant:  Ryan Burd


Police responded to the 1200 blk of Conser Drive for a report of explosions. 

Upon arrival police checked the area, and spoke with residence in the 2000 blk of New 
Garden Rd who advised police they had been hearing the same explosions and it appeared 
to be coming from Carey Rd. Police advised dispatch and the complainant.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 1023 10 
Date: 10/24/2020 19:50:00

Assist other Agency
The Foundry , 530 S Broadway Ave

Caller/Complainant: Salem Police Department


Police responded to the 500 blk of S Broadway Ave to assist Salem Police Department with 
a fight. 

Upon arrival police stood by until Salem Police Department cleared.


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: 20 1022 10 
Date: 10/24/2020 16:15:00

Traffic Offense - Citation Issued
E Pidgeon Rd at S. Lincoln Ave

Caller/Complainant: PTL J. Smith


Police conducted a traffic stop on E. Pidgeon Rd at S. Lincoln Ave on a 2003 Dodge Stratus 
(cream) and found the owner/operator Joseph Wounaris (36) of Youngstown, Ohio was 
operating the vehicle under a non compliance suspension. 

After a consent to search of the vehicle was complete Wounaris was issued a citation for 
non compliance suspension with a mandatory court date of 10/27/2020. 

Wounaris's female passenger Katie Miller of Niles, Ohio was subsequently charged with 
possession of Drug Paraphernalia (digital scale) and given a mandatory court date of 
10/27/2020 to appear in Columbiana County Municipal. The vehicle was removed from the 
scene by a friend of Wounaris.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 1021 10 
Date: 10/24/2020 11:14:00

Theft
1201 Benton Rd.

Caller/Complainant: Don Dustman


Police were dispatched to the 1200 block of Benton Rd. for a report of a theft. On arrival, 
officer made contact with the victim Don Dustman (53yo) of Salem OH. Dustman stated 
10/22/20 (Thursday) at around noonish he parked his 2003 Chevy pickup and when he 
return on 10/24/20 (Saturday) at 10am. Dustman stated he started his vehicle and it 
sounded like a race car. 

Dustman stated he crawled under the vehicle and noticed the catalytic converter was 
missing.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 1020 10 
Date: 10/23/2020 23:09:00

Investigate Complaint
SR45 near Circle K


Police responded to the above area after It was advised that a White Corvette with a female 
driver was stopped in the intersection of SR 45 and SR 9 but then continued towards the 
area of Circle K on South Lincoln. 

Upon arrival police searched the area but made negative contact with a vehicle matching 
the description given.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 1019 10 
Date: 10/23/2020 20:11:00

Suspicious Vehicle
Cry Baby Bridge


Police observed a vehicle at the above area. Police spoke with four individual who advised 
they were just checking it out do to the ghost stories. 

Police advised them to be on their way.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 1014 10 
Date: 10/20/2020 20:52:14

Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
Painter Rd


Police were called to Painter Rd, near Egypt Rd for a tree in the roadway. Officers were 
able to clear the tree and debris from the roadway.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 1013 10 
Date: 10/20/2020 17:31:39

Disabled Vehicle - Citation Issued
Salem Acres


Officers were called to the 1000 block of Prospect St. for a vehicle in a ditch. 

Officer's arrived and found that Unit # 1, a Gold 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix, driven by Diane 
Bates (61) of Salem. Was traveling Eastbound on Prospect St. near Salem Acres.

Unit #1 lost control and slid into a ditch off of Prospect St. Unit #1 appeared to have no 
damage and the driver did not report any injuries. Unit #1 was cited for Failure to Control 
and given a court date of 10-30-2020 at 0830 hours in Columbiana County Municipal Court.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 1012 10 
Date: 10/20/2020 16:13:59

Assist other Agency
St Rt 45/Salem Grange Rd

Caller/Complainant: Post-15


Officers were called to assist Post-15 with traffic control of a disabled vehicle at the 
intersection of St. Rt. 45 and Salem Grange Rd.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922

External Agency(s)
Post#15 - OSP




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 1011 10 
Date: 10/19/2020 15:39:00

OH-1/Non Injury - Citation Issued
SR 14 near Allen Rd

Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Officer responded to a report of a one vehicle accident on SR 14 near Allen Rd. Officer 
arrived and found that Unit #1 a Silver 2002 Chevy Cavalier driven by Austen Keshock (19) 
of Salem was traveling eastbound on SR 14 near Allen Rd. 

Unit #1 lost control of his vehicle and left the right side of the road. Unit #1 struck a guard 
rail and came to a rest in the ditch on the south side of the road. Unit #1 sustained disabling 
damage and was towed from the scene by Marlboro Towing. 

Unit # 1 was cited for failure to control and given a court date of 10-30-20 at 0830 hours in 
Columbiana County Municipal Court.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 1010 10 
Date: 10/17/2020 23:02:00

Noise Complaint
1750 Harrison Ave


Police responded to the above address for a noise complaint. It was advised that a party 
was taking place and that there were several cars on the roadway. 

Upon arrival police sat stationary and heard no noise in the area along with not observing 
any vehicles along the roadway. After sometime of not hearing anything 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: 20 1009 10 
Date: 10/17/2020 17:57:00

Unwanted Subject/ One to be Removed
1133 Prospect Street


Police responded to 1100 blk of Prospect Street for a report of an unwanted male subject at 
the residence. 

Upon arrival police spoke with both parties, the unwanted subject was removed.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 1008 10 
Date: 10/17/2020 16:14:00

Traffic Offense - Arrest Made
W State Street US62 at Ohio BLVD

Caller/Complainant: PTL J. Smith


Police stopped a 2010 Nissan Titan (blue) on US62 W. State Street at Ohio BLVD. The 
owner/operator Bruce Shonk (38) of Alliance, had multiple warrants out of Marlboro 
Township. 

Police took Shonk into custody and turned him over to Marlboro Township Police 
Department.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 1006 10 
Date: 10/17/2020 12:04:00

Speak with Officer
1786 S. Lincoln Ave.


Officers responded to the 1700 block of S. Lincoln Ave. for a speak to officers report. 

Officers spoke to the complainant who stated that his neighbor was playing loud music and 
was shooting his shotgun into the creek and wanted officers to be aware .

Officers explained that the neighbor was not doing anything illegal and the complainant 
stated that they understood.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 1007 10 
Date: 10/17/2020 14:30:02

Speak with Officer
1599 Grant Ave.

Caller/Complainant: Mary Fitch


Officers responded to the 1500 block of Grant Ave. for a report of unauthorized use of a 
motor vehicle. Officers spoke to the complainant who stated that they had let Ashley House 
borrow their vehicle and she had yet to return it at the designated time .

Officers were able to get ahold of Ashley and advised her to return the vehicle or she could 
face criminal charges. Ashely stated that she would get the vehicle back to the complainant 
today. 

The complainant advised that this was fine and would advise if the vehicle was returned.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 1005 10 
Date: 10/17/2020 08:22:00

Theft
1141 Liberty St.

Caller/Complainant: Sharon Sobek


Officers responded to the 1100 block of Liberty St. for a theft. 

The complainant stated that they had a Trump yard sign that was taken sometime during 
the night. The complainant stated that they were not to concerned by the theft as they 
stated that they could easily get another one but wanted to let officers know of the situation.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 1004 10 
Date: 10/17/2020 00:13:00

Investigate Complaint
1201 Depot Rd

Caller/Complainant: Rick Armstrong


Police responded to the above address after being notified that there were three to four 
juveniles on his and his neighbors property and it was also advised that there no description 
was given of the juveniles. 

Upon arrival the complainant advised he saw juveniles on his security cams so he went to 
check it out. The complainant escorted police to where they were observed and while doing 
so a cooler filled with beer was located which police confiscated and disposed of. 

Police also spoke with the neighbors who advised that they didn't hear or see anything. 
After police left the residence a group of juveniles were observed from a distance. Police 
patrolled the area in an attempt to relocate them but was unable to do so after losing sight 
of them.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 1003 10 
Date: 10/16/2020 16:44:00

Misdemeanor Warrant - Arrest Made
1190 Beechwood Rd.

Caller/Complainant: Det. Reynolds


Police responded to the 1100 lbk of Beechwood Rd. to attempt a warrant arrest out of 
Columbiana County. 

Upon arrival police subsequently arrested, Robert Plegge (66) of Salem, OH, 44460 on his 
warrant. Mr. Plegge 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: 20 1002 10 
Date: 10/15/2020 19:34:18

Domestic Complaint
1043 W Wilson St


Police were requested to speak with Jesse Scyoc of Salem regarding a report of domestic 
violence. While speaking with Jesse, she informed police that her and her husband had 
been in a dispute. Jesse requested to have a report kept on file.


Officer(s)
Alan Shaffer 926




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 1001 10 
Date: 10/15/2020 13:31:00

Welfare Check
616 Stewart Rd.


Police responded to the 600 blk of Stewart Rd. to conduct a welfare check on a juvenile. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the juvenile who was fine and being well taken care of.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 1000 10 
Date: 10/15/2020 13:01:00

Suicide Attempt
600 Country Club Lane


Police responded to the 600 blk of Country Club Lane for a subject who took a large 
amount of medication in an attempt to harm themselves. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the subject who made statements about harming 
themselves. The subject did voluntarily go with EMT ambulance personnel to be examined 
at the Salem Hospital.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923

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: 20 0999 10 
Date: 10/14/2020 21:05:00

Suspicious Vehicle
Campf's Auto


Officer responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle in the parking lot of Campf's Auto. 

Officer arrived and found the Blue 2007 Hyundai van (744XRH) unoccupied with the keys in 
the ignition. Registered owner was a Anton Rothbrust 1065 New Garden Ave. 

Officer responded to the owner's address. Officer arrived and the owner stated that AAA 
dropped off the vehicle today at his request. The owner had no clue that the business was 
closed and stated that he would make arraignments to have the vehicle removed.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0998 10 
Date: 10/14/2020 08:50:00

Suspicious Person
14 F @ SR 45 North


Police called to check on a subject sitting along the road all covered up with blankets, 
Police spoke with the male who was identified from his Indiana driver license. The male 
Justin Belcher advised officer that he was heading west back towards Indiana. 

Officer asked if he needed a ride to the Township line or taken to get something to eat. Mr. 
Belcher declined any assistance and stated that he would be moving along.


Officer(s)
Chief Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0997 10 
Date: 10/13/2020 21:39:22

Assist Other Unit
Depot Rd at Woodsdale Rd, OH

Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Officers were called to assist Salem PD and OHP in searching for a vehicle that was 
involved in a domestic dispute. Salem PD located the vehicle sitting in the middle of Depot 
Rd at Woodsdale Rd. 

Officers stood by while Post 15 performed field sobriety tests and took the male subject into 
custody.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0996 10 
Date: 10/13/2020 20:23:33

Suspicious Person
1360 W State St


Police were called to the 1300 block of W. State St. Tuesday evening for suspicious activity. 
An anonymous caller stated that there were three individuals standing in the middle of the 
street, yelling at each other. 

Officers arrived shortly after and did not find anyone in the area.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0995 10 
Date: 10/13/2020 14:09:26

Animal Complaint
398 Springdale St

Caller/Complainant: Christian Dowdy


Police were called to the 300 block of Springdale St. in Perry Twp. Tuesday afternoon in 
reference to a dog on the loose .

Officers spoke with both the caller and the owner of the dog, and advised the owner that 
they should attempt to keep the dog contained in the area of the residence.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0994 10 
Date: 10/13/2020 05:53:00

Animal Complaint
Depot Rd

Caller/Complainant: Post 15


Police responded to the above area for a deceased deer in the roadway. 

Upon arrival the deer was removed from the roadway.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0993 10 
Date: 10/13/2020 05:02:00

Assist Other Unit
751 W. Pinelake Rd

Caller/Complainant: Columbiana PD


Columbiana PD requested an officer to the above address to speak with someone about a 
vehicle that was found unoccupied at the Taco Bell in their city. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the registered owner of the vehicle who advised that she had 
car trouble and that it kept stalling. Police advised the registered owner to contact 
Columbiana PD.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0992 10 
Date: 10/12/2020 11:42:51

Investigate Complaint
Painter/Egypt

Caller/Complainant: Chief Emigh


While on patrol, officers observed an illegal dumping of a mattress along the side of Egypt 
and Painter Road.


Officer(s)
Chief Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0991 10 
Date: 10/12/2020 09:47:00

Investigate Complaint
Circle K South, 1827 S. Lincoln Ave


Police contacted by a employee at Circle K south reference a counterfeit 20 dollar bill that 
was attempted to be used at the store. The employee checked the bill after a white male 
with purple hair and pony tail attempted to use the bill for a purchase .

The bill showed up as fake after being swiped with a marker pen. The male attempted to 
take the bill after being told it was fake and leave. The clerk was able to get the bill and 
advise the manager. The male subject got into a car operated by another white male and 
drove off. 

Security video will be reviewed for identification.


Officer(s)
Chief Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0990 10 
Date: 10/12/2020 01:26:00

Domestic Complaint
600 Country Club Ln

Caller/Complainant: Trey Williams


Police responded to the above address for a domestic report. It was advised from the 
complainant that him and his girlfriend, had gotten into a verbal altercation about their 
relationship and that she left the residence and was intoxicated .

Upon arrival the female was at the residence. Police spoke to both individuals who advised 
it was verbal and that nothing physical occurred. 

Both individuals were calm and advised that there wouldn't be any further problems.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0989 10 
Date: 10/11/2020 21:51:19

OH-1/Non Injury
W. State St. @ SR45 Bypass


Officer was dispatch to W. State St. at SR45 for a non injury hit skip accident. 

On arrival, officer made contact with Kira Devereaux (30yo) of Salem OH. Devereaux stated 
she was stopped at the intersection, where she was struck in the rear bumper by an 
unknown driver who fled the scene. 

Officer observed minor damage to the rear bumper. Officer took a statement and photos of 
her vehicle then cleared.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0988 10 
Date: 10/11/2020 13:05:21

Assist Other Unit
2785 Cunningham Rd

Caller/Complainant: CCSO


Officers were requested to assist the Columbiana County Sheriff Office in locating a wanted 
person in the 2000 block of Cunningham Road. 

On arrival, Deputies and Officers were successful in apprehending 26 year old Jordan 
McMillan of Salem who had an arrest warrant out of the sheriffs office.


Officer(s)
Alan Shaffer 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: 20 0987 10 
Date: 10/11/2020 01:08:00

Suspicious Vehicle
1133 Prospect St, #19b


Police responded to the above address for a suspicious vehicle. The complainant advised 
that a vehicle was parked outside of her apartment for a period of time. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the individual in the vehicle. It was advised that he was 
waiting for his friend in an apartment behind the complainant.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0986 10 
Date: 10/10/2020 20:55:00

Alarm Drop
1032 Colonial Drive

Caller/Complainant: Brinks Security


Police responded to the 1000 blk of Colonial Drive for an alarm drop. 

Upon arrival police checked the residence. The residence was secure.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0985 10 
Date: 10/10/2020 18:42:00

Investigate Complaint
1888 E 11th Street


Police responded to the 1800 blk of E 11th Street for a report of a possible suicidal person. 

Upon arrival police found the rear of the residence to be open. Police checked the 
residence, negative contact. Police contacted the complainant, and found the couple to be 
at dinner. 

Police made contact with the residence to find they are having marital problems. Police 
advised both parties of their options.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928

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




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0984 10 
Date: 10/10/2020 15:24:00

Alarm Drop
2096 Countryside Drive


Police responded to the 2000 blk of Countryside Drive for an alarm drop. 

Upon arrival police check the residence. The residence was secure.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0983 10 
Date: 10/10/2020 04:02:00

Suicide Attempt
Circle K

Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Police responded to the above address to speak with a male individual who advised he 
wanted to harm himself. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the individual who did confirm that he stated he wanted to 
harm himself. KLG Ambulance Services responded to the scene and the male individual 
was transported to the Salem Regional Medical Center for treatment.


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: 20 0982 10 
Date: 10/10/2020 01:48:00

Assault
1180 Prospect St ext


Police responded to the above address for an assault. It was reported by Deanna 
Moschella that she woke up with a male individual on top of her smothering her. When 
police asked about the male the complainant advised that it was a white male 
approximately 6'2" and that's all the information she knew. 

Police asked the complainant if she had used any drugs and she stated no. Police spoke 
with another female in the residence who advised that she did not hear or see anything that 
correlates with the complainants story. There was no sign of forced entry into or out of the 
residence. 

The complainant stated further that she wished to pursue nothing and went back inside the 
residence. 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: 20 0981 10 
Date: 10/10/2020 01:25:00

Suspicious Person
Circle K, 1827 S Lincoln Ave.

Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Police responded to the above address for a suspicious person. 

Upon arrival police spoke with a male individual who advised that he was had walked to the 
area after being told to leave where he was at originally. The individual advised he was 
needing to get to Massillon Ohio. The individual further advised he had no money for a cab 
and that he knew of no one that could come get him. 

While speaking with the male a priority call came in so police cleared. After handling that 
call police responded back to Circle K to attempt to help the male further. The individual 
was gone and police cleared.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0980 10 
Date: 10/10/2020 00:47:00

Noise Complaint
1143 W. Perry St., #102


Police responded to the above address for a noise complaint. It was advised from the 
complainant that she could hear loud music and subjects screaming. The complainant also 
stated she observed several vehicles parked along the side of the road to the apartment 
complex. 

Upon police arrival several vehicles and individuals scattered from the area. Police 
attempted to make contact with someone where the music was coming from, no one came 
to the door. Police spoke with a few individuals who advised a party was taking place and 
stated there was 50+ individuals in the apartment. Police asked the individuals if they had 
been drinking and they stated no. 

Police advised them to be on their way and 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: 20 0979 10 
Date: 10/09/2020 17:27:00

Neighbor Complaint
1650 Van Buren Ave.


Officer responded once again to the1600 block of Van Buren Ave for a neighbor complaint. 
Officer arrived and found that it was the same civil property issue between families. Officer 
advised them for the last time that the department is not going to get involved with their civil 
property issues. Both families have been advised this numerous times. 

Officer advised both families that charges will follow if they call about this issue again.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0978 10 
Date: 10/09/2020 14:29:00

Property Damage Accident
Allen Rd at W. Pine Lake Rd


Police responded to the intersection of Allen Rd. at W. Pine Lake Rd. for a reported single 
vehicle accident. 

Upon arrival police found that an Amazon truck driven by, Christina L. Moore (32) of 
Youngstown, OH, 44509 backed into a street sign while attempting to turn around. 

The vehicle and street sign sustained no damage. The Road Dept. was notified and will be 
re -erecting the sign.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0977 10 
Date: 10/08/2020 21:37:00

OH-1/Non Injury - Citation Issued
US 62/45 at Interchange

Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Officer responded to a report of a vehicle in the woods at the dead end of US 62/45 at the 
interchange. Officer arrived and found that Unit #1 a Black 2014 Toyota Corolla 
driven/owned by Anthony Mecozzi Sr (64) of Warren drove off the roadway at the dead end 
of the bypass. Officer found the driver/owner of Unit #1 to be injured and he was treated by 
Perry Twp FD and KLG. 

KLG transported the driver/owner to Salem Regional for treatment. 

Unit #1 sustained disabling damage and was towed from the scene by Sinsley's Towing. 
Unit #1 was cited for failure to control and given a court date of 10-22-20 at 0830 hours in 
Columbiana County Municipal Court.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922

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: 20 0976 10 
Date: 10/08/2020 17:07:08

Neighbor Complaint
1616 Van Buren Ave


Police responded to the 1600 block of Van Buren Ave, in regards to a neighbor dispute. 
Caller advised that their neighbors were yelling and screaming at them, and that they were 
afraid to exit their vehicle. 

After talking to both parties, officers determined that the matter was handled and cleared 
the scene shortly after.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0975 10 
Date: 10/08/2020 09:10:00

Animal Complaint
1940 S. Lincoln Ave.


Police called to a report of a dog located in her garage and was fearful that the dog would 
attack her small dog. Officer located the animal and found it to be a young German 
shepherded pup. 

Police made contact with the owner who retrieved the dog.


Officer(s)
Chief Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0974 10 
Date: 10/08/2020 06:51:45

Disabled Vehicle
SR45 @ Goshen Rd


Police while on patrol observed a disabled vehicle on SR45 @ Goshen Rd. Officer checked 
the vehicle but it was unoccupied. The driver of said vehicle left a note advising the vehicle 
will be removed later this afternoon. 

Officer cleared nothing further.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927





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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0973 10 
Date: 10/07/2020 12:31:00

OH-1/Non Injury - Citation Issued
347 Pidgeon RD

Caller/Complainant: Thomas Kerner


Police called to a 2 vehicle accident in the 300 Blk of Pidgeon RD. Unit # 1 operated by 
Thomas Kerner age 58 of Lisbon Ohio was traveling east on Pidgeon RD when he failed to 
see Unit # 2 operated by Kyleigh Ross age 21 of Salem Ohio who was stopped in traffic. 
Unit # 1 struck Unit # 2 from behind causing damage to Unit # 1. 

Police cited Mr. Kerner for ACDA and given a court date. 

Sinsley's towing removed Unit # 2 from the scene.



Officer(s)
Chief Michael Emigh 921
Jordan Reynolds 923

External Agency(s)
EMT - EMT Ambulance Service




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0972 10 
Date: 10/06/2020 20:35:00

Assist other Agency
410 Benton Rd, #3A

Caller/Complainant: Leetonia PD


Officer responded to 410 Benton Rd to attempt contact with a Shawn Haynes for Leetonia 
PD. 

Officer could not make contact with anyone but whomever was in 3A would not answer the 
door. 

Officer cleared without incident.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0971 10 
Date: 10/06/2020 18:59:00

Suspicious Person
S. Lincoln Ave at R/R Crossing

Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Officer responded to a report of a suspicious male siting in the middle of the railroad tracks 
on S. Lincoln Ave. 

Officer arrived and found no one on the tracks or in the area.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0970 10 
Date: 10/06/2020 17:31:00

Animal Complaint
Goshen Rd near Beechwood Rd


Officer responded to a report injured deer lying in the ditch on Goshen Rd near Beechwood 
Rd. 

Officer arrived and found a young deer injured by still alive in the ditch. Officer dispatched 
the deer. Officer contacted Keiser Towing and they responded and took the deer.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0969 10 
Date: 10/06/2020 14:25:20

Disabled Vehicle
W.State 1300 Blk

Caller/Complainant: Chief Emigh


Police assisted with a disabled vehicle in the 1300 Blk of W. State until a Towing Service 
from Marlboro Towing arrived and removed the vehicle from the road.


Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0968 10 
Date: 10/06/2020 11:55:10

Theft Report
1732 S. Lincoln Ave


Police spoke to complainant reference money being removed from her checking account 
without her permission. 

After investigating the matter it was learned that her 17 year old daughter had ordered items 
from amazon failing to tell her mother.


Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0967 10 
Date: 10/06/2020 11:09:44

Stolen Vehicle
996 Georgetown RD

Caller/Complainant: AntoinetteTenzek


Police spoke with complainant reference her car being taken during the night. The vehicle 
was parked in the garage with the keys in it. 

2004 Dodge stratus ice blue in color will be entered into LEADS as a stolen vehicle.


Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0965 10 
Date: 10/05/2020 19:12:00

Alarm Drop
1599 Grant St

Caller/Complainant: Mary Fitch


Officer responded to a report of an alarm at 1599 Grant St. 

Officer arrived and found that the complainant hit her alarm button wanting a person to be 
removed from her residence. Officer found Harold Bell sitting in the bedroom. Officer spoke 
with both parties and they admitted to being high on heroine. 

The complainant was very agitated and Harold Bell was calm. Officer knew that both parties 
lived there and could not make anyone leave the house. The complainant stated that she 
was leaving and waiting on her ride. Harold stayed out in the garage till the complainant left.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0966 10 
Date: 10/05/2020 20:44:00

Crash Report/ Injury - Citation Issued
SR 45 at Georgetown Rd

Caller/Complainant: John Bricker


Officer responded to a reported two vehicle crash with injury on SR 45 at Georgetown Rd. 

Officer arrived and found that Unit #1 a Gray 2020 Lincoln MXZ driven/owned by Homer 
Huprich (79) of Salem was stopped at the stop sign headed west on Georgetown Rd and 
SR 45. Unit #2 a Brown 2007 Peterbuilt semi w/trailer driven by John Bricker (54) of Salem 
was traveling south on SR 45 bypass. 

Unit #1 failed to yield the intersection of SR 45 and Georgetown Rd. Unit #2 struck Unit #1. 

Both vehicles sustained disabling damage. Unit #1 and with his passenger was injured. Unit 
#1 driver was transported by KLG to St. Elizabeth main and his passenger was transported 
to St. Elizabeth main by EMT. Unit # 1 was towed by Sinsley's Towing and Unit #2 was 
towed by Geary's Towing. 

Unit #1 was cited for failure to yield intersection and given a court date of 10-16-20 at 0830 
hrs in Columbiana County Municipal Court.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0964 10 
Date: 10/05/2020 18:24:00

Neighbor Complaint
1618 Van Buren Ave


Officer spoke with the complainant by phone in reference to a neighbor complaint. The 
complainant stated that she found a note on her door today and believes it to be from the 
neighbor. 

The note stated that she needed to vacant the garage and leave the contents intact within 
three days.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0963 10 
Date: 10/05/2020 17:20:00

OH-1/Non Injury - Citation Issued
SR 45 at New Garden Ave (SR 9)

Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Officer responded to a report of a two vehicle accident with no injuries on SR 45 at SR 9. 

Officer arrived and found that Unit #1 a Black 2008 Ford Expedition driven by Donna Smith 
(36) of Salem was stopped at the traffic signal on SR 45 and SR 9 headed west. Unit #2 a 
Blue 2013 Hyundai Veloster driven by John Chaffin (39) of Youngstown was stopped at the 
traffic signal on SR 45 and SR 9 headed north west. Unit #2 started to move forward after 
traffic signal changed to green headed north. Unit # 1 started to move forward too fast and 
struck the rear of Unit #2. 

Unit #1 was cited for ACDA and given a court date of 10-16-20 at 0830 hrs in Columbiana 
County Municipal Court. Unit #1 had no damage to report and Unit #2 sustained minor 
damage.

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: 20 0962 10 
Date: 10/05/2020 15:11:00

Domestic Complaint
1868 N. Lincoln Ave

Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Officer responded to a report of a domestic at 1868 N. Lincoln Ave. 

Officer arrived and found that there was no domestic at the residence. Officer found that 
Anthony Papale and his wife had an argument with their 16 year old granddaughter. The 
grandparents have custody of the 16 year old granddaughter. The female juvenile took off 
walking from the residence and was stopped by Salem PD on Aetna St at Homewood. The 
female juvenile was found to be the caller wanting to report a domestic .

The female juvenile was confronted by the grandparents after they heard about the 
granddaughter using drugs. The grandfather responded to the scene to transport the 
female juvenile back home.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0961 10 
Date: 10/05/2020 10:35:00

OH-1/Non Injury - Citation Issued
14F/US62 @ N.Linocln Ave



Police called to a 2 vehicle accident at the intersection of 14F @ N. Lincoln Ave. Unit # 1 
operated by Cody Fisher age 29 of Waynesburg oh was stopped at a stop sign heading 
east on 14 F when he pulled out of the intersection failing to see Unit # 2 operated by 
Joseph Rinko age 57 of Salem who was traveling south on US 62. . Unit #2 struck Unit # 1 
causing disabling damage to both vehicles. 

No injuries' reported at time of the report with both vehicles towed from the scene. Police 
issued a citation to Mr. Fisher for failure to yield and set a court date of 10-15-20.


Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0960 10 
Date: 10/04/2020 21:41:53

Traffic Offense
SR62 near SR9

Caller/Complainant: Goshen Twp PD


Officer was requested to check the area of State Route 62 near State Route 9 for a 
reported reckless driver. Dispatch reported the vehicle to be a silver 4 door Buick. 

Officer checked the area and was unable to locate the vehicle.


Officer(s)
Alan Shaffer 926

External Agency(s)
Mahoning County - Goshen Twp. PD




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0959 10 
Date: 10/04/2020 10:13:00

Domestic Complaint - Arrest Made
410 Benton Rd., #A2


Police responded to the 400 blk of Benton Rd. for a reported domestic dispute. Upon arrival 
police found that a fight took place between roommates and police subsequently arrested, 
Wesley D. Clark (30) of Salem, OH, 44460 for Domestic Violence.

Police also arrested, Jamilyn M. Huston (36) of Salem, OH, 44460 on a active warrant out 
of Mahoning County Sheriff's Office.

Clark was transported to the Columbiana County jail to await a court date of 10-5-2020 at 
8:30 am to appear in the Columbiana County Municipal Court. Huston was transferred into 
the custody of a Mahoning County Sheriff's Deputy to be transported to the Mahoning 
County jail.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923

External Agency(s)
EMT - EMT Ambulance Service




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0958 10 
Date: 10/04/2020 10:12:00

Felony Warrant - Arrest Made
410 Benton Rd., #A2


Police responded to the 400 blk of Benton Rd. for a reported domestic dispute. 

Upon arrival police found that a fight took place between roommates and police 
subsequently arrested, Wesley D. Clark (30) of Salem, OH, 44460 for Domestic Violence.

Police also arrested, Jamilyn M. Huston (36) of Salem, OH, 44460 on a active warrant out 
of Mahoning County Sheriff's Office.

Clark was transported to the Columbiana County jail to await a court date of 10-5-2020 at 
8:30 am to appear in the Columbiana County Municipal Court. Huston was transferred into 
the custody of a Mahoning County Sheriff's Deputy to be transported to the Mahoning 
County jail.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923

External Agency(s)
EMT - EMT Ambulance Service




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0957 10 
Date: 10/03/2020 22:30:00

Noise Complaint
410 Benton Rd.


Officers responded to the 400 block of Benton Rd. for a noise complainant. 

Officers spoke to a Darby Mathew who advised that she was just speaking loudly to her 
boyfriend and they had gotten a little loud. She apologized and advised it wouldn't happen 
again. 

Officers cleared without incident.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0956 10 
Date: 10/03/2020 22:10:00

Suspicious Vehicle
2164 N. Lincoln Ave.


Officers responded to the 2100 block of N. Lincoln Ave. for a report of a suspicious vehicle. 

Officers spoke to the complainant who advised that the vehicle may belong to their 
granddaughters boyfriend. Officers advised them to call their granddaughter to find out. The 
complainant was able to get a hold of their granddaughter and the vehicle was confirmed to 
be her boyfriends .

Officers cleared without incident.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0955 10 
Date: 10/03/2020 05:27:00

Domestic Complaint
1129 W Perry St, #303


Police responded to the above address for a domestic incident. It was advised from the 
complainant that he heard a female screaming from the apartment above him. 

Police made contact with Terry Carson and Mikayla Phillips in the upstairs apartment who 
advised that there was a verbal altercation that did take place but that nothing physical 
occurred. Police observed no signs of physical violence on either involved and advised 
them to stay away from one another for the remainder of the morning. 

Both individuals advised they were going to to bed.


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: 20 0953 10 
Date: 10/01/2020 20:12:00

Juvenile Complaint
1133 Prospect St, #17A


Officer responded to a report juvenile complaint at Salem Acres 17A. 

Officer arrived and spoke with the complainant. The complainant stated that her 15 year old 
daughter lied to her about where she was going. The daughter was gone for over 4 hours. 

The complainant stated that she contacted the daughter's Juvenile Probation Officer and he 
advised her to file a police report.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0954 10 
Date: 10/02/2020 09:16:00

Property Damage Accident
1670 Goshen RD

Caller/Complainant: Goshen Twp PD


Police called to a car that had struck a mailbox in front of 1670 Goshen RD. The driver 
Cindy Colagiovanni age 56 of Salem was traveling west on Goshen RD when a deer 
entered the road. 

Mrs. Colagiovanni swerved to miss the deer and struck a mailbox and a county road sign. 

Police gathered all the information and photographed the damage.


Officer(s)
Chief Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0951 10 
Date: 10/01/2020 06:06:00

Nature Unknown
Pembrooke 1376 S. Lincoln AVE


Police were dispatched to a report of a noise complaint of an unknown nature. 

On arrival, officer was contacted by the complainant who stated she heard a loud scratching 
noise. Officer checked the area, but was unable to locate anything unusual.




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0950 09 
Date: 09/30/2020 17:35:00

Neighbor Complaint
1618 Van Buen Ave


Police spoke with a female subject., via telephone, from the 1600 blk of Van Buren Ave in 
reference to possible trespassing .

The complainant advised that they believed their family members were coming onto their 
property and removing items, but were unable to prove it. Police advised the complainant to 
put cameras up to help protect their property.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0949 09 
Date: 09/30/2020 11:00:00

Threats or Harassment
854 W. Pidgeon Rd.

Caller/Complainant: Roberta Beaumont


Police spoke with a complainant from the 800 blk of W. Pidgeon Rd., via telephone, in 
reference to harassment. The complainant advised that they were recently in an accident 
and are now receiving calls and letter from law offices. The complainant advised that she 
asked the offices to stop and they have not stopped calling. 

Police advised the complainant to throw away all mail and block the phone numbers of the 
offices calling.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0948 09 
Date: 09/29/2020 16:43:00

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


Officer responded to a reported two vehicle accident with no injuries at US 62/SR 45 
bypass at Goshen Rd. 

Officer arrived and found that Unit #1 a Silver 2008 Chevy Colorado driven/owned by Mark 
Hoops (54) of Salem was stopped at the stop sign on Goshen Rd and the bypass headed 
northwest. Unit #2 a Teal 2000 Ford F-250 driven/owned by Brian Moff (33) of Beloit was 
traveling south on US 62/SR 45 bypass. 

Unit #1 entered the intersection and struck Unit #2. Both vehicles sustained disabling 
damage and was towed from the scene by Sinsley's Towing. 

Unit #1 was cited for FTY Intersection and given a court date of 10-13-20 at 0830 hours in 
Columbiana County Municipal Court.


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: 20 0947 09 
Date: 09/28/2020 16:35:00

Property Damage Accident - Citation Issued
SR-344/Cunningham Rd.


Officers responded to the area of SR-344 and Cunningham Rd. for a motor vehicle 
accident. 

Officers spoke to the driver of Unit #2 who was identified as Laura Capps(33) who advised 
that she was east bound on SR-344 when Unit #1 which was south bound on Cunningham 
Rd. pulled out in front of her causing her to strike Unit # 1. 

The driver of Unit #1 was identified as Chelsea Richards(26) and was issued a citation for 
Right of way at Intersections. 

KLG ambulance obtained refusals for any any medical treatment on scene and Perry Fire 
Department responded for traffic control. Unit # 2 was towed from the scene by Kesiers 
Towing. 


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930

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: 20 0946 09 
Date: 09/28/2020 12:21:00

Assist Other Unit
Cunningham Rd./ SR-344

Caller/Complainant: C.C.S.O.


Police requested to assist Columbiana County S.O. in search of a wanted subject that had 
ran from the deputies who had a warrant for him.


Officer(s)
Chief 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: 20 0945 09 
Date: 09/28/2020 01:25:00

Private Property Accident
1903 Allen Rd.

Caller/Complainant: Lisa Miller


Police responded to the above address for a private property accident. It was advised from 
the complainant that a vehicle struck an electrical pole in her driveway. 

Upon arrival police observed the vehicle with a male individual identified as Christopher 
Hamrick age 37 of Youngstown who was unresponsive. The male individual had to be 
extricated from the vehicle. 

Perry Twp. FD used the "Jaws of Life" and was able to get the individual out of the vehicle 
and transported to the Salem Regional Medical Center where he was pronounced dead. 

Sinsleys Towing responded to the scene to remove the vehicle.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924

External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department
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: 20 0943 09 
Date: 09/27/2020 18:40:00

Assist Other Unit
Garfield Ave at Flordia Ave


Police responded to the area of Garfield Ave at Florida Ave for a subject obstructing the 
Fire Dept. from investigating a burning complaint. 

Upon arrival police stood by while the Fire Dept. extinguished an illegal fire.


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: 20 0944 09 
Date: 09/27/2020 18:55:00

Open Burning Complaint - Citation Issued
1584 N Lincoln Ave.

Caller/Complainant: Chief Emigh


Police responded to the above address for an open burning complaint. 

Upon arrival police spoke with a male individual responsible for having the fire. It was found 
that a mattress was burned in the fire. 

Subsequently police cited Sean Corbett (19) Akron Ohio for open burning and gave him a 
court date at the Columbiana County Municipal Court. Perry Twp FD responded to put the 
fire out.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924 
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: 20 0942 09 
Date: 09/26/2020 23:07:00

OH-1/Non Injury - Citation Issued
SR45/62 @ Interchange


Officers responded to a vehicle crash on the U.S. 62 Bypass at the interchange. 

Officers arrived on scene and spoke with 61 year old Robert J. Viles who was driving a 
2003 White Ford F-150 northbound on the bypass approaching the dead end. Robert failed 
to stop and went off of the road down the hill striking a tree. 

Robert was looked at and treated by KLG and the FD and he signed off on a medical 
refusal form. 

Police documented damages with photos and issued a report number. Kaiser Towing was 
able to get the vehicle out of the ditch.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924

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




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0941 09 
Date: 09/26/2020 14:57:00

Investigate complaint
Pine lake Road near Heritage Lane


Police responded to the area of Pine lake Road at Heritage Lane for a firework complaint. 

Upon arrival police observed 3 male subjects in the 600 blk of Pine Lake Road target 
practicing. Police spoke with the subjects and advised them they need a safe back stop to 
target practice in the Township. Police advised them they needed to stop.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0940 09 
Date: 09/26/2020 13:41:00

Felony Warrant - Arrest Made
5417 Woodsdale Rd.

Caller/Complainant: Det. Reynolds


Police along with the Columbiana County Sheriff's Office responded to the 5400 blk of 
Woodsdale Rd. to attempt a Felony Indictment on a known subject. 

Upon arrival police did locate and arrest, Joseph S. Messenger (28) of Salem, OH, 44460.

Messenger was transported to the Columbiana County jail by the Sheriff's Office.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923

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




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0939 09 
Date: 09/25/2020 15:33:00

Medical
995 Georgetown Rd.


Police responded to the 900 blk of Georgetown Rd. for a report of a male subject lying in 
the roadway injured. 

Upon arrival police made contact with the injured male and found that he had fallen while 
retrieving his mail. Police and a good Samaritan carried the male subject to a nearby 
vehicle and he was transported to the Salem Hospital for evaluation.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923

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: 20 0938 09 
Date: 09/25/2020 13:45:00

Suicide
1150 W. State St., #1


Police responded to the 1100 blk of W. State St. for a reported suicidal male subject. The 
male subject did advise police that he no longer wanted to live and wanted to hurt himself. 

Due to the statements made in front of police, the male subject was pink slipped for his 
safety. KLG Ambulance personnel transported him to a local hospital for evaluation.


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: 20 0937 09 
Date: 09/25/2020 12:47:34

Animal complaint
2334 SR 45


Police advised of 4 pigs running loose at SR 45 @ E. Pinelake RD. Police observed 2 of the 
pigs and was able to contact the pigs owners who advised officer that t hey will get them 
back in there pen.


Officer(s)
Chief Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0936 09 
Date: 09/25/2020 00:11:00

Suspicious Person
1360 W. State St., #23

Caller/Complainant: Jennifer Fridley


Police were dispatched to a report of an unknown subject walking around the trailer park. 

Officer arrived, and checked the area but was unable to locate anyone outside walking. 
Officer made contact with the complainant and the complainant advised she heard what 
appeared to be the door knob on the front door rattle but thought it may have been her 
sister. The complainants juvenile daughter advised she observed a short subject with a 
hoodie walking northbound in the street. 

Officer advised the complainant, there was no one observed in the area on arrival, and 
patrol checks would be done several times throughout the night. Officer checked the area 
unable to locate anyone again, then cleared.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0935 09 
Date: 09/24/2020 21:05:00

Unwanted Subject/ One to be Removed - Arrest Made
1133 Prospect St, #16A

Caller/Complainant: Breanna Reed


Officer responded to a report of one to be removed at 1133 Prospect St 16A. 

Officer arrived and spoke with the complainant. The complainant stated that her ex-
boyfriend, David Cole, was just here banging on the doors and windows. The complainant 
stated that he left prior to officer's arrival. 

Officer's were able to locate David Cole (36) walking on W. Pershing St at Sharp St. 
Officer's took David into custody for for criminal trespassing. David Cole was charged and 
taken to the Columbiana 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: 20 0934 09 
Date: 09/24/2020 12:02:00

Reckless Operator - Under Investigation
1200 Blk of W. State


Police contacted by the Salem city school bus supervisor reference several passing school 
bus while unloading children. 

Police spoke with both supervisor and the bus driver and obtained the license plate 
numbers and description of the drivers.


Officer(s)
Chief Michael Emigh 921
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0933 09 
Date: 09/23/2020 18:04:00

Welfare Check
1201 Jones Dr.


Officer responded to a requested welfare check at 1201 Jones Dr. 

Officers were able to make contact with Jennifer Shellenberger and found her to be fine. 
Officers cleared without incident.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0932 09 
Date: 09/23/2020 13:16:00

Theft
Budget Rental Supply, 1826 Depot Rd.

Caller/Complainant: Gary Rice


Police responded to the 1800 blk of Depot Rd. for a reported theft of equipment. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the complainant, who advised that a subject who rented a 
piece of equipment did not return it at the agreed upon day and time and is not over two (2) 
weeks late. 

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: 20 0931 09 
Date: 09/23/2020 12:21:00

Alarm Drop
347 E. Pidgeon

Caller/Complainant: ADT


Police responded to a residential alarm on E. Pidgeon RD. 

As police arrived the homeowner arrived at the residence , Police and homeowner checked 
and found the residence to be secured.


Officer(s)
Chief Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0930 09 
Date: 09/22/2020 21:56:00

Animal Complaint
1329 Andrew Ave


Officer responded to a report of 2 dogs running at large on Andrew Ave. Officer arrived and 
checked the area. Officer could not locate any dogs running loose. 

Officer cleared without incident.




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0929 09 
Date: 09/22/2020 20:32:00

Noise Complaint
1201 Jones Dr

Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Officer responded to a report of yelling coming from 1201 Jones Dr. Upon arrival, dispatch 
stated that an unknown male caller advised that a female had a knife in the garage. 

Officer arrived and found a female in the driveway. Officer identified the female as Jennifer 
Shellenberger. Officer did not observe any weapons on or around the female. Jennifer 
stated that she was kicking her friend (Benjamin Hall) out of her residence. Ben stated that 
he had a ride on the way. Ben stated that Jennifer was losing it and was waving a curved 
knife around. 

Officer spoke with Jennifer and she stated that she did not have a knife and she was not 
going to harm herself. 

Officer stood by until Ben's ride came and picked him up. Jennifer became upset once 
Salem PD arrived and shut and locked herself inside the residence.


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: 20 0928 09 
Date: 09/22/2020 01:03:00

Neighbor Complaint
1174 W. Perry


Police responded to the above area for a neighbor dispute over parking. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the complainant and her grandson about a parking issue with 
their neighbor . Police advised them to contact the landlord over the matter if they could not 
resolve it themselves.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0927 09 
Date: 09/21/2020 10:26:00

OH-1/Non Injury - Citation Issued
SR 45 @ Depot RD

Caller/Complainant: Multiple Callers


Police called to a motor vehicle accident at the intersection of SR 45 bypass and Depot RD. 

The operator of Unit # 1 operated by Kathleen Johnson age 71 of Salem was traveling west 
on the bypass when she failed to see the traffic light and entered the intersection striking 
Unit # 2 operated by Kathie Johns age 71 of Lisbon who was traveling north on Depot RD. 

Unit # 2 struck Unit # 1 causing disabling damage to both vehicles. 

Police issued a citation to Mrs. Johnson the operator of Unit # 1 for failure to yield traffic 
control device. 

All parties refused medical treatment and Sinsley's towing removed both vehicles. 





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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0926 09 
Date: 09/21/2020 09:36:00

Suspicious Person
Goshen RD @ Industrial Park


Police requested to check on a suspicious person walking on Goshen RD towards the 
bypass. The male subject was looking into a mailbox. 

Police spoke with the male and determined that the male subject was checking the mail 
before walking towards Salem.


Officer(s)
Chief Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0925 09 
Date: 09/21/2020 04:59:00

Disabled vehicle
344 @ Cunnnigham


Police responded to the above area for a disabled vehicle. 

Upon arrival police checked the area not locating any broken down vehicles.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0924 09 
Date: 09/20/2020 12:45:00

Civil Complaint
641 Stewart Rd.


Police attempted to return a call, multiple times, to a complainant in reference to a custody 
issue but the complainant did not answer the phone. A message could not be left on the 
voicemail due to the voicemail not being activated.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0922 09 
Date: 09/20/2020 09:59:00

Theft
446 W. Pidgeon Rd.

Caller/Complainant: Chelsey Stith


Police spoke with a complainant from the 400 blk of W. Pidgeon Rd., via telephone, in 
reference to stolen political yard signs. 

The complainant advised that sometime over night a unknown subject (s) removed four (4) 
"Trump 2020" signs from their yard.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0921 09 
Date: 09/20/2020 02:24:00

Alarm drop
1327 Highland West

Caller/Complainant: 21 Century


Police responded to the above address for an alarm drop. 

Upon arrival police checked the exterior of the residence which was secure. 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: 20 0920 09 
Date: 09/19/2020 23:46:00

Investigate complaint
419 Benton Rd


Police responded to the above area for someone on their porch doing drugs. 

Upon arrival police observed no one on the porch or in the area. 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: 20 0919 09 
Date: 09/19/2020 20:22:00

Alarm drop
1162 Stewart Rd.

Caller/Complainant: 21 Century


Officers responded to the 1100 block of Stewart Rd. for an alarm. Officers checked the 
exterior of the residence which was secured. 

Officers were not able to get ahold of a key holder and cleared without incident.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928 
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0918 09 
Date: 09/19/2020 17:19:00

Alarm drop
1162 Stewart Road


Police responded to the 1100 blk of Stewart Road for an alarm drop. 

Upon arrival police checked the residence, residence secure.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0917 09 
Date: 09/19/2020 10:28:00

Threats or harassment
236 Stewart Rd.

Caller/Complainant: Amanda Wardell


Police spoke with a female complainant on station in reference to harassment from and ex -
girlfriend. The complainant advised that the ex-girlfriend has called and texted them from 
over 15 numbers and is now contacting friend and family members causing problems. 

The complainant was given a number to contact Monday to file for a protection order.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0916 09 
Date: 09/18/2020 22:37:00

Welfare Check
1782 S. Lincoln Ave.

Officers responded to the 1700 block of S. Lincoln Ave. for a welfare check. Officers were 
advised of a male subject laying near the roadway. 

Officers arrived and found the subject to be a female identified as Melanie Gomez who 
stated that she had just left the circle K gas station and was waiting for a family member to 
get out of work. Officers advised the subject of the complaint and cleared without incident.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0915 09 
Date: 09/18/2020 18:49:00

Alarm Drop
1327 Highland W. Ave.

Caller/Complainant: 21 Century


Officers responded to the 1300 block of Highland W. Ave. for an alarm. Officers checked 
the residence which was secured.

Officers were unable to make contact with a key holder and cleared without incident.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0914 09 
Date: 09/18/2020 17:07:00

B & E
Salem Security Storage


Police responded to Salem Security Storage in the 200 blk of Lake Ave for a reported 
Breaking and Entering. 

Upon arrival police found that (1) storage unit was broken into sometime within the past few 
days. The complainant was able to provide a suspect name. This incident is under 
investigation.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923 
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0913 09 
Date: 09/18/2020 10:31:41

Property Damage Hit-Skip
Painter Road @ Western Reserve

Caller/Complainant: Chris Sclafani


Police spoke with the complainant who was traveling east on Painter in his mothers 2017 
Dodge Ram pick up when a Red pick up truck struck his mirror breaking it and continued 
heading west on Painter RD. 

The complainant believes that a young male was operating the vehicle.


Officer(s)
Chief Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0912 09 
Date: 09/18/2020 10:00:00

Theft
1750 Harrison

Caller/Complainant: Chuck Victor


Police spoke with complainant who advised police that he has made several attempts to get 
his ex wife to allow him to retrieve his bulldozer that he owns. Complainant states that on 
09-17-2020 he found out that his ex wife sold the bull dozer to a construction company in 
Mahoning County. 

Police gathered all the information and statements from the parties involved along with the 
Bulldozer being returned to the owner. The matter will be sent to the prosecutors office for 
criminal charges.


Officer(s)
Chief Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0911 09 
Date: 09/17/2020 20:26:00

Threats or harassment
1359 Andrew Ave

Caller/Complainant: Jennifer Grabowski


Officer received a report of threats by phone by the complainant. 

Officer made contact with the complainant by phone. The complainant stated that she is 
receiving unwanted phone calls from a unknown male by the name of James Driscoll from 
Youngstown. The complainant stated that James is leaving voice messages wanting the 
return of two necklaces containing ashes. One message states that she can do it the easy 
way or the hard way. 

The complainant stated that the necklaces were bought by a relative for her two children 
and the ashes are of their mother that passed away. 

Officer attempted contact with James and left a message.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0907 09 
Date: 09/17/2020 00:55:00

Assist Other Unit
555 N. Lincoln Ave

Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Police were dispatch to the 500 block of N. Lincoln to assist Salem PD with with 2 subjects 
that fled on foot after a pursuit.

On arrival, Salem PD requested officer to watch his suspect while he attempts to located 
the second. Shortly after, the second suspect was taken into custody by Salem PD and both 
suspects were transported by KLG to Salem Regional Hospital for medical 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: 20 0906 09 
Date: 09/16/2020 21:32:00

Welfare Check
942 Canterbury Ln


Officer responded to a requested welfare check at 942 Canterbury Ln. The complainant 
(daughter) stated that she can not get a hold of him. 

Officer arrived and did make contact with Donald Brahm. Officer found Donald to be fine 
and further found that his phone was off the hook. Officer advised him to contact his 
daughter.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0905 09 
Date: 09/16/2020 18:42:00

Motorcycle/ATV complaint
W. Perry St and Overlook

Caller/Complainant: Vicki Johnson


Officer responded to a report of ATV's riding on the road. The complainant stated that every 
night around this time two ATV's are riding on W. Perry and Overlook. The complainant 
reported that the ATV's are very loud. 

Officer checked the area but could not locate any ATV's.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0904 09 
Date: 09/16/2020 15:50:00

Speak with Officer
701 Stewart Rd

Caller/Complainant: Sherry Schweltzer


Officer spoke with the complainant by phone. The complainant wanted to advise that she 
found a huge rock in her mailbox .

The complainant wanted information if anything was going on in her area that she needed 
to be concerned about.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0903 09 
Date: 09/16/2020 11:37:00

Unwanted Subject/ One to be Removed
1133 Prospect, #16A


Police called for a unwanted person at 1133 Prospect 16A, Upon police arrival officers 
spoke with Breanna Reed who stated that her ex husband David Cole had refused to leave 
her apartment when asked. Mr. Cole was being combative with the complainant. 

Police entered the residence and located the male subject laying on the floor unresponsive 
with syringe in his hand. Police called for a ambulance along with Perry Twp FD. Salem PD 
also assist officers.


Officer(s)
Chief Michael Emigh 921 
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: 20 0902 09 
Date: 09/15/2020 11:36:00

Welfare Check
410 Benton RD, #1


Police advised of a female walking down Benton RD carrying a suit case and appeared to 
be under the influence of something .

Police checked the area along with Salem PD. The female was not located. Unknown if she 
was picked up by someone.


Officer(s)
Chief Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0901 09 
Date: 09/15/2020 09:20:00

Noise Complaint
1133 Prospect, #15A


Police called to a noise complaint at the above location. Upon arrival police spoke with the 
female who was advised of the complaint. 

The female advised officer that her 2 juvenile daughter were playing in the bath tub.


Officer(s)
Chief Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0900 09 
Date: 09/15/2020 06:18:00

Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
US62 N of Pine Lake Rd.


Police responded to the above area for a deceased deer in the roadway. 

Upon arrival police removed the deer and 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: 20 0899 09 
Date: 09/14/2020 19:40:00

Suspicious Person
Depot Rd./ Snyder Rd.


Officers responded to the area of Depot Rd. and Snyder Rd. for a report of a suspicious 
persons walking in the roadway attempting to ask for a ride. Officers searched the area and 
had negative contact with the subject.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0898 09 
Date: 09/14/2020 18:59:00

Suspicious Person
445 Georgetown Rd.


Officers spoke to a complainant via telephone who stated that he had just moved into the 
area and had noticed a house had been foreclosed on and that he had seen a subject 
going in and out of the house earlier in the day, and wished to make a report. The 
complainant advised that no one was currently there. 

Officers advised the complainant that he should notify officers when the subjects were at 
the residence should they return.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0897 09 
Date: 09/14/2020 12:37:00

Welfare Check
1133 Prospect, #14B


Police spoke with female caller who wished to report a possible child being neglected and 
wished to have the residence checked. 

Police advised the complainant to contact Children Services and make a formal complaint.


Officer(s)
Chief Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0896 09 
Date: 09/14/2020 11:56:00

Threats or Harassment
1236 N.Lincoln Ave


Police spoke with complainant reference being threatened by his mother in law and several 
other male subjects that showed up to his apartment and refused to leave. 

The complainant was advised to call the police if they return and not to wait after they leave.


Officer(s)
Chief Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0895 09 
Date: 09/14/2020 07:37:00

Investigate Complaint
1180 Jones Drive


Police requested to check on a smoke investigation in the 100 Blk of Jones Drive. Police 
spoke with the complainant who had pointed out the house in question. 

Police made contact with the homeowner of the house who advised she was doing her 
laundry and that the smoke was coming from the dryer vent.


Officer(s)
Chief Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0894 09 
Date: 09/13/2020 23:52:00

Open Door
236 Stewart Rd

Caller/Complainant: Misty Breault


Police responded to the above address for an open door complaint. The complainant 
advised when she came home her back door was wide open. 

Upon arrival police cleared the residence showing no one to be inside. Once cleared police 
contacted the complainant and advised her she could come to the residence. Police along 
with the complainant did a walkthrough and police was advised that everything appears to 
be fine with nothing stolen.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0893 09 
Date: 09/13/2020 22:22:00

Animal Complaint
N. Lincoln near Old Farm


Police responded to the area of N. Lincoln and Old Farm Rd for a report of a deer that was 
hit and may be in the road .  Complainant stated that he was traveling and a deer hit his 
bumper and was concerned that the deer may still be in the road .

Officer arrived in the area and checked but was unable to locate the animal.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0892 09 
Date: 09/13/2020 13:26:21

Disabled vehicle
1043 Georgtown Rd


Officer was requested to locate a disabled vehicle on Georgetown Rd near SR 45. 

On arrival of the area officer located a disabled Arrow Disposal truck in the 1000 block of 
Georgetown Rd. With the assistance of the Salem Police Department, officers conducted 
traffic control until the vehicle was safely off of the roadway.


External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0891 09 
Date: 09/13/2020 00:49:00

Medical
Salem Acres


Police responded to the above address for a medical. The complainant believed that her 
neighbor was experiencing an overdose. 

It was advised that prescription medication and alcohol was involved. KLG transported the 
female to the hospital for further evaluation.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924

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: 20 0890 09 
Date: 09/12/2020 18:54:00

Alarm Drop
1594 Manor Drive

Caller/Complainant: 21st Centruy


Police responded to the 1500 blk of Manor Drive for an alarm drop. Upon arrival police 
spoke with the resident, who advised police the alarm was set off accidental.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0889 09 
Date: 09/12/2020 15:22:00

Theft Report
416 Stewart Road


Police responded to Perry Township Police Department for a theft report. 

Upon arrival police spoke with a resident about stolen license plates from a vehicle that was 
junked. The resident was notified by another area police department.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0888 09 
Date: 09/12/2020 14:08:00

Civil Complaint
1143 W. Perry St., #103


Police spoke with a male complainant from the 1100 blk of W. Perry St. in reference to a 
civil issue regarding property .  Police spoke with all parties involved and advised them that 
it was a civil issue and to try and resolve the issue peacefully.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0887 09 
Date: 09/12/2020 12:23:00

Disabled Vehicle
US 62 / 45 at Goshen Rd.

Caller/Complainant: Reynolds, Det.


Police came across a disabled vehicle on US 62 / 45 at Goshen Rd. Police found that the 
vehicle had a flat tire and Police assisted another motorist in changing the tire.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0886 09 
Date: 09/11/2020 21:28:00

Person with Gun
981 Elberon Ave

Caller/Complainant: Randy Collins


Officer responded to 981 Elberon Ave for a report of a male subject with a gun. 

Officer arrived along with Salem PD. The complainant stated that Glenn Bowen was 
pounding on the bedroom door wanting him to leave the residence. Glenn is the new 
boyfriend to his wife, Amy Collins. 

The complainant stated that he thought he had a gun due to what Glenn was advising him .

Officers found no gun to be involved and the complainant got a ride from the residence. 
Amy stated that her and her boyfriend just wanted the complainant to leave the house.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0885 09 
Date: 09/11/2020 13:43:00

911 hang-up
1376 Pembrooke Dr, #A

Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Officer responded to a reported 911 hang up call from 1376 Pembrooke Dr Apt A. Officer 
arrived and found from the homeowner that it was accidental. 

Officer cleared without incident.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0884 09 
Date: 09/11/2020 07:05:00

Suspicious Person
288 Benton RD


Police advised of a male subject who had approached a juvenile female while waiting for a 
school bus and asked her for a tampon for his girlfriend. 

Police located the male walking in the 400 blk of Benton RD. Police identified the male and 
advised him to stay away from children at the bus stops. 

Police contacted the prosecutors office to see about charges being filed.


Officer(s)
Chief 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: 20 0879 09 
Date: 09/09/2020 00:12:00

Welfare Check
Circle K  1827 S. Lincoln Ave.

Caller/Complainant: Circle K Employee


Police responded to the above address to do a welfare check on a female subject asleep at 
the wheel. 

Upon arrival police observed two individuals in the vehicle who were asleep later identified 
as Ashley Messenger, and Kyle Mellot. Police knocked on the window waking the female 
up. The female advised she had fallen asleep due to not sleeping much in the past two 
days .

Mr. Melott was unresponsive at this time, police requested KLG Ambulance Service's to the 
scene. KLG employees were able to wake Melott up. Melott advised he was intoxicated and 
that caused him to pass out. 

Messenger's drivers licence was suspended so police requested that they have a valid 
driver come get them and the vehicle. Mr. Melott signed a medical refusal after advised he 
was fine. Both individual was picked up at the scene by a family member and police cleared 
the scene 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: 20 0878 09 
Date: 09/08/2020 14:51:00

Welfare Check
1164 Liberty St


Officer responded to a requested welfare check at 1164 Liberty St. The complainant stated 
that he made comments while at Key Bank that he was going to harm himself once home if 
his debit card didn't work. 

Officer attempted contact at 1164 Liberty St. Officer could not make contact 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: 20 0877 09 
Date: 09/08/2020 14:49:00

OH-1/Non Injury - Citation Issued
1600 block of N. Lincoln Ave

Caller/Complainant: Sgt. Kimble


Officer observed a two vehicle accident in the 1600 block of N. Lincoln Ave. Officer 
observed that Unit #1 a White 2002 Buick LeSabre driven by Juvenile (16) of Salem was 
pulling out of a driveway at 1684 N. Lincoln Ave. Unit #2 a Maroon 2006 Chevy Malibu 
driven by Juvenile (16) of Salem was traveling north on N. Lincoln Ave. Unit #1 pulled out of 
the private drive and struck Unit #2. Unit #1 sustained functional damage and Unit #2 
sustained disabling damage. 

Unit #1 was cited into Columbiana County Juvenile Court for FTY private drive. Unit #2 was 
towed from the scene by Sinsley's Towing.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922
Chief Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0876 09 
Date: 09/08/2020 15:30:37

Suspicious person
400 Blk of Benton RD


Police requested to check on a male subject that was sitting on a guardrail on Benton RD. 
Police checked the area and was unable to locate any.


Officer(s)
Chief Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0875 09 
Date: 09/08/2020 11:02:00

Speak with Officer
1701 Harding Ave.


Police spoke with complainant reference possible threats made from a face book page. The 
complainant states that his son has made threats to his elderly Grand father.


Officer(s)
Chief Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0874 09 
Date: 09/08/2020 07:00:00

Medical
1167 Andrew Ave

Caller/Complainant: KLG


Police requested to assist KLG for an unknown medical that was called in. Police was 
advised upon arrival that everything was ok. Police cleared after the subject was 
transported to the hospital.


Officer(s)
Chief Michael Emigh 921

External Agency(s)
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0873 09 
Date: 09/07/2020 20:27:00

Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
1700 Block of SR 9

Caller/Complainant: CCSO


Officer responded to a report of a tree blocking the roadway in the 1700 block of SR 9. 
Officer arrived and found that a tree was blocking both lanes of travel. Officer stood by 
along with Post 15 until the Fire Department and ODOT arrived on scene.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922

External Agency(s)
Post#15 - OSP
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0872 09 
Date: 09/07/2020 18:29:00

Assist other Agency
5437 SR 45

Caller/Complainant: CCSO


Officer responded to 5437 SR 45 to assist the Sheriff's Office on attempting a warrant. The 
wanted subject was not located 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: 20 0871 09 
Date: 09/07/2020 12:22:00

Theft
Budget Rental


Police called to Budget Rental for a report of a trailer that was rented and failed to be 
returned on the 3rd of this month. 

Police obtained all the information from the rental agreement and will forward the 
information to the prosecutors office if unable to locate the male that rented it.


Officer(s)
Chief Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0870 09 
Date: 09/06/2020 23:37:00

Assist Other Unit
Idaho Ave

Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Salem PD requested Perry Twp. Police check the above area for a juvenile who had ran 
away from an address in the city .

Police kept getting possible locations where the juvenile could be. It was later advised that 
the juvenile returned to her mothers .

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: 20 0869 09 
Date: 09/06/2020 21:48:00

Trespassing Complaint
1798 Cider Mill Rd.

Caller/Complainant: Tom Althouse


Officers responded to the 1700 block of Cider Mill Rd. for a trespassing report. Officers 
spoke to the complainant who stated that they had seen tail light from a vehicle by a pole 
barn on their property. When they went outside they stated that the vehicle drove by up to 
their house where they attempted to confront the individuals but they speed past them. 

The complainant stated that due to the darkness all they could make out from the vehicle 
was that it was a grey coup but no make or model of the vehicle. The complainant stated 
that they did not see anything from the pole barn missing but would check in the morning 
when they had more light.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0868 09 
Date: 09/05/2020 22:01:00

Assist other unit
2648 Cunningham Rd.

Caller/Complainant: CCSO


Officers were requested by CCSO to assist them in locating a subject who was running in 
the roadway. Officers met with the Deputy and searched the area but had negative contact. 

Officers cleared when no longer needed.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930
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: 20 0867 09 
Date: 09/05/2020 20:25:00

Open Burning Complaint
1584 N. Lincoln Ave.

Caller/Complainant: Sgt. Kimble


Officers received a complaint regarding open burning in the 1500 block of N. Lincoln Ave. 
Officers spoke to a Sean Corbett at the home and explained that it was a hazard to burn 
garbage. Sean agreed to put the fire out. 

Officers explained that if they had to return to the home again for a open burning complaint 
they would call the fire department and they could put the fire out and that he could possibly 
face charges for it. Sean advised that they would not burn any more garbage.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0866 09 
Date: 09/05/2020 19:14:00

Alarm drop
1505 Highland Ave


Police responded to the 1500 blk of Highland Ave for an alarm drop. 

Upon arrival police check the residence, residence secure.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0865 09 
Date: 09/05/2020 17:52:00

Reckless Operator
630 Michigan BLVD


Police responded to the 600 blk of Michigan BLVD for a complaint of a reckless operator. 
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: 20 0864 09 
Date: 09/05/2020 17:30:00

Animal Complaint
801 N Ohio BLVD


Police responded to the the 800 blk of N. Ohio BLVD for a complaint of a dog at large. 
Police attempted to make contact with the residence, negative contact.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0863 09 
Date: 09/04/2020 20:34:00

Assist other unit
1410 Benton Rd.

Caller/Complainant: OSP 15


Officers were requested by Ohio State Highway Patrol Post 15 of Columbiana County to 
assist them in locating a vehicle involved in a Hit/Skip accident. OSP 15 requested officers 
check a residence in the Township. 

Officers made contact with a subject at the residence who advised that no one by the name 
OSP 15 provided had lived their. Officers provided OSP 15 of the information and cleared 
when no longer needed.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930

External Agency(s)
Post#15 - OSP




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0862 09 
Date: 09/04/2020 20:22:00

Suspicious person
Dollar General

Caller/Complainant: Dollar General


Officers responded to the 1200 block of E. Pidgeon Rd. for a subject going through a 
business's dumpster. 

Officers made contact with the subject who was Identified as a James Merino, He stated 
that he was indeed going through the dumpster.  Officers spoke to the employee on scene 
who advised that they would just like him to leave the property. 

Officers advised James and he stated he would leave.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0861 09 
Date: 09/04/2020 16:31:00

Property damage accident
W. State St. near Indiana Blvd.


Police responded to the area of W. State St. near Indiana Blvd. for a reported two vehicle 
accident. 

Upon arrival police checked the area but found that no accident occurred.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923 
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0870 09 
Date: 09/06/2020 23:37:00

Assist Other Unit
Idaho Ave

Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Salem PD requested Perry Twp. Police check the above area for a juvenile who had ran 
away from an address in the city .

Police kept getting possible locations where the juvenile could be. It was later advised that 
the juvenile returned to her mothers .

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: 20 0869 09 
Date: 09/06/2020 21:48:00

Trespassing Complaint
1798 Cider Mill Rd.

Caller/Complainant: Tom Althouse


Officers responded to the 1700 block of Cider Mill Rd. for a trespassing report. Officers 
spoke to the complainant who stated that they had seen tail light from a vehicle by a pole 
barn on their property. When they went outside they stated that the vehicle drove by up to 
their house where they attempted to confront the individuals but they speed past them. 

The complainant stated that due to the darkness all they could make out from the vehicle 
was that it was a grey coup but no make or model of the vehicle. The complainant stated 
that they did not see anything from the pole barn missing but would check in the morning 
when they had more light.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0868 09 
Date: 09/05/2020 22:01:00

Assist other unit
2648 Cunningham Rd.

Caller/Complainant: CCSO


Officers were requested by CCSO to assist them in locating a subject who was running in 
the roadway. Officers met with the Deputy and searched the area but had negative contact. 

Officers cleared when no longer needed.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930
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: 20 0867 09 
Date: 09/05/2020 20:25:00

Open Burning Complaint
1584 N. Lincoln Ave.

Caller/Complainant: Sgt. Kimble


Officers received a complaint regarding open burning in the 1500 block of N. Lincoln Ave. 
Officers spoke to a Sean Corbett at the home and explained that it was a hazard to burn 
garbage. Sean agreed to put the fire out. 

Officers explained that if they had to return to the home again for a open burning complaint 
they would call the fire department and they could put the fire out and that he could possibly 
face charges for it. Sean advised that they would not burn any more garbage.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0866 09 
Date: 09/05/2020 19:14:00

Alarm drop
1505 Highland Ave


Police responded to the 1500 blk of Highland Ave for an alarm drop. 

Upon arrival police check the residence, residence secure.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0865 09 
Date: 09/05/2020 17:52:00

Reckless Operator
630 Michigan BLVD


Police responded to the 600 blk of Michigan BLVD for a complaint of a reckless operator. 
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: 20 0864 09 
Date: 09/05/2020 17:30:00

Animal Complaint
801 N Ohio BLVD


Police responded to the the 800 blk of N. Ohio BLVD for a complaint of a dog at large. 
Police attempted to make contact with the residence, negative contact.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0863 09 
Date: 09/04/2020 20:34:00

Assist other unit
1410 Benton Rd.

Caller/Complainant: OSP 15


Officers were requested by Ohio State Highway Patrol Post 15 of Columbiana County to 
assist them in locating a vehicle involved in a Hit/Skip accident. OSP 15 requested officers 
check a residence in the Township. 

Officers made contact with a subject at the residence who advised that no one by the name 
OSP 15 provided had lived their. Officers provided OSP 15 of the information and cleared 
when no longer needed.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930

External Agency(s)
Post#15 - OSP




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0862 09 
Date: 09/04/2020 20:22:00

Suspicious person
Dollar General

Caller/Complainant: Dollar General


Officers responded to the 1200 block of E. Pidgeon Rd. for a subject going through a 
business's dumpster. 

Officers made contact with the subject who was Identified as a James Merino, He stated 
that he was indeed going through the dumpster.  Officers spoke to the employee on scene 
who advised that they would just like him to leave the property. 

Officers advised James and he stated he would leave.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0861 09 
Date: 09/04/2020 16:31:00

Property damage accident
W. State St. near Indiana Blvd.


Police responded to the area of W. State St. near Indiana Blvd. for a reported two vehicle 
accident. 

Upon arrival police checked the area but found that no accident occurred.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923 
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0860 09 
Date: 09/04/2020 07:52:00

Suspicious person
Blossom Nursing Home


Police advised of a male subject with a long gun walking into the woods next to the Nursing 
Home. Police checked the area and was unable to locate any one.


Officer(s)
Chief Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0859 09 
Date: 09/03/2020 23:44:00

Domestic complaint
701 Bethel Dr


Police were dispatch to the 700 block for a a report of a domestic complaint between Holly 
Bloom (44) of Salem OH. and Christian Chappell (46) of Salem OH. 

On arrival, officer made contact with both parties involved in the incident, photos and 
statement were collected. Officer forward all information to the prosecutor for further review 
and charges.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0858 09 
Date: 09/03/2020 19:28:00

Threats or harassment
1441 W. Pine Lake Rd

Caller/Complainant: Terry Schade


Officer responded to meet the complainant on W. Pine Lake Rd at Duck Creek Rd in 
reference to being threatened with a gun .

Officer responded and spoke with the complainant. The complainant stated that he stopped 
at 1441 W. Pine Lake Rd to ask where 1491 W. Pine Lake Rd was located. The 
complainant stated that he is out collecting information for the Census with proper ID. The 
complainant stated that the homeowner exited his house with a gun in his hand advising 
him to get off his property. 

The complainant stated that the gun was never pointed at him. The complainant stated that 
he was concerned due to others coming out attempting to locate this property. Officer 
advised him that 1491 is an abandoned house.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0857 09 
Date: 09/03/2020 17:03:00

Animal complaint
1315 W. Pine Lake Rd

Caller/Complainant: Joan Hutchison


Officer spoke with the complainant by phone in reference to her dog missing. 

The complainant stated that her short Black w/white chest lab mix has been missing for 2 
weeks. The complainant stated that she has called the Humane Society and the Dog 
Warden. The Dog Warden is the only one that will not call her back.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0856 09 
Date: 09/03/2020 14:32:15

Speak with Officer
1190 Beechwood

Caller/Complainant: Robert Plegge


Police spoke with complainant reference possible threats. The complainant had been told 
that a female has been telling other that she wants someone to beat him up over past 
dealings. 

The complainant just wished to have a report on file in case something happens.


Officer(s)
Chief Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0855 09 
Date: 09/03/2020 13:39:00

Stolen vehicle
1599 Grant Ave.

Caller/Complainant: Mary Fitch


Complainant called to report that her car was stolen after she let a friend who she only 
knows as Sarah take her car and failed to give it back. 

Police advised complainant to come to the station and fill out the necessary paper work for 
the complaint.



Officer(s)
Chief Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0854 09 
Date: 09/03/2020 00:12:00

Suspicious vehicle
Circle K (South)


Police were dispatch to a report of a suspicious vehicle at Circle K south that has been 
sitting at the pump for over an hour .

On arrival, officer observed a male subject identified as Jason Nalley (29) of Salem, 
sleeping. Officer made contact with Nalley and advised him the reason for the contact. 
Nalley stated that his vehicle had overheated and while waiting for it to cool down he fell 
asleep. Nalley was able to start his vehicle and left the business without incident.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0853 09 
Date: 09/02/2020 20:08:00

Assist other Agency
146 Meadow Wood Dr

Caller/Complainant: CCSO


Officer was requested to respond to 146 Meadow Wood Dr for a combative MRDD subject. 

Officer arrived and spoke with a staff member. Officer found the female to be calm and 
willing to be transported to Salem Regional by Damascus FD. The female was transported 
and officer cleared without incident.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0852 09 
Date: 09/02/2020 18:55:00

Assist other Agency
675 S. Lundy Ave

Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Officer was requested by Salem PD to handle a minor one vehicle accident in the 600 block 
of S. Lundy Ave. 

Officer arrived and gathered information for a non OH-1 report for Salem PD. Officer 
relayed the information to Salem PD.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0851 09 
Date: 09/02/2020 18:03:00

Open Burning Complaint
1584 N. Lincoln Ave


Officer responded to a report of open burning in the back yard of 1584 N. Lincoln Ave. 

Officer arrived and observed a large fire in the back yard of the Corbit residence. Officer 
made contact with the son that was visiting from Akron. Officer advised him that the fire was 
way too big and it was too dry to be open burning. Officer made contact just as the son was 
placing a large wooden dog box on the fire. Officer advised the son to put out the fire.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0850 09 
Date: 09/02/2020 16:48:00

Unwanted Subject/ One to be Removed
1599 Chestnut Grove Rd.


Police responded to the 1500 blk of Chestnut Grove Rd. for a report of a subject to be 
removed. 

Upon arrival police found that it was a civil complaint over property left after a recent break 
up. Police advised both parties that it was a civil issue due to neither party having 
documentation for the item in question.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0849 09 
Date: 09/02/2020 15:07:00

Assist Other Unit
S. Lincoln Ave at South Ridge Dr.

Caller/Complainant: CCSO


Police assisted the United States Marshals and the Columbiana County Sheriff's Office on a 
felony warrant stop of a murder suspect. 

Police stood by while the Marshal's conducted their investigation.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923
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: 20 0848 09 
Date: 09/02/2020 14:23:46

Animal complaint
Cunningham RD

Caller/Complainant: OSP


Police requested to check on a possible injured dog that was hit by a vehicle. Police 
checked the area and was unable to locate any injured animal.




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Number: 20 0846 09 
Date: 09/02/2020 06:49:00

Crash Report/ Injury - Citation Issued
US62 SR45 @ N. Ellsworth Ave

CALLER: Chief Emigh


Police responded to the above intersection for an accident with injury. Upon arrival police 
spoke to a witness who advised she seen the accident. It was advised from the witness that 
Unit # 1 a 2019 Blue Chevy Equinox owned/operated by Leeanne Varner (50) Lisbon Ohio 
was turning left onto SR45 N. Lincoln Ave when she failed to yield at the intersection to 
oncoming traffic causing Unit #2 a 2014 Blue Chevy Cruze owned/operated by Gwendoln 
Jorge (49) from Austintown Ohio to strike her.

Both drivers were injured in the accident and transported to the hospital by KLG Ambulance 
Service's. Both vehicles were towed from the scene by Sinsleys Towing. 

Police documented the damages with photographs and cited the driver of Unit # 1 for 
Failure to Yield at an intersection and gave her a court date at the CCMC.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924

External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department
ST - Sinsley's Towing
SFD - Salem Fire Department
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0845 09 
Date: 09/02/2020 01:23:00

Medical
Salem Acres

Police responded to the above address for a medical. Upon arrival Perry Twp. FD and KLG 
ambulance did a lift assist on a male individual and then transported him to the SRMC. 

Once loaded up in the ambulance all first responder personnel cleared the scene without 
incident.


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: 20 0844 09 
Date: 09/02/2020 01:01:00

Neighbor Complaint
1203 Depot Rd.

Caller/Complainant: Jan Menough


Police responded to the above address for a neighbor complaint. It was advised from the 
complainant that she was being harassed by her neighbor. Police then spoke to the other 
half who advised he was not harassing her. 

Police advised both party's to stay away from one another.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0843 09 
Date: 09/01/2020 16:43:00

Assist Other Unit
1584 N. Lincoln Ave


Police responded to the 1500 block of N. Lincoln Ave to assist FD/Medical. On arrival, 
officer was advised that the male subject in question needed medical assistance but was 
refusing treatment. 

Officer spoke with the male subject and after a short period the male subject went willingly 
with KLG to Salem Reginal for medical treatment. 

Officer 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: 20 0842 09 
Date: 09/01/2020 12:08:36

Open Burning Complaint
1865 Cider Mill Rd


Officer responded to a reported open burning complaint. Anonymous caller stated that a 
neighbor has been burning for 3 days and there is a lot of smoke along with a smell. 

Officer checked the area and found a landowner burning brush clearing land around 1865 
Cider Mill Rd. Officer observed a large amount of smoke but did not observe anything being 
burnt other than wood .

Officer found no one around.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0841 08 
Date: 08/31/2020 09:17:00

Unwanted Subject/ One to be Removed
1732 S. Lincoln Ave

Caller/Complainant: Terri McFarland


Officer responded to 1732 S. Lincoln Ave for a report of an unwanted male juvenile at the 
residence. Officer arrived and found that the male juvenile had left prior to officer's arrival. 

The complainant stated that a 16 year old male juvenile is continuously coming to the 
residence wanting to speak with her 15 year old daughter.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0839 08 
Date: 08/31/2020 03:05:00

Missing Person Returned

Caller/Complainant: Alliance PD


Perry Twp. Police were notified by Alliance Police Department that they were out with a 
missing juvenile that was entered into the Law enforcement automated data system 
(LEADs) from our agency. 

Perry Twp. met up with Alliance Police Department at a designated area where the juvenile 
was transferred over to Perry Twp. Police. Once transferred over police transported the 
juvenile to to the police station to await the arrival of her parents. Once the juveniles father 
arrived at the PD the juvenile was released into his custody and take out of LEADs as a 
runaway.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0821 08 
Date: 08/28/2020 14:12:00

Missing person
1360 W. State St. Lot 23

Caller/Complainant: Jennifer Fridley


Police spoke with a female complainant on station in reference to a missing juvenile. The 
complainant stated that their daughter left with a known adult female who was taking her to 
a residence in Salem, OH but the juvenile never arrived. The complainant advised that they 
haven't had any contact with their daughter and she was not active on any social media 
sites .

The complainant also stated that they have been receiving messages, via social media, 
from unknown males claiming that they had "Paid" for her. 

Police did locate the female at a residence just outside of Alliance, OH and the female was 
reunited with her family. 

This incident is under investigation.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923 
Chief Michael Emigh 921
Richard Kimble 922

External Agency(s)
CSB - Columbiana County Children Services





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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0838 08 
Date: 08/31/2020 00:50:17

Reckless Operator
SR 45 near S Lincoln Ave


Officer checked the area for a reckless driver in the area of SR 45 near S Lincoln Ave. 
Dispatch reported that a Silver truck had been seen driving recklessly and was unsure if the 
vehicle was still in the area. Officer checked the area and was unable to locate.


Officer(s)
Alan Shaffer 926




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0837 08 
Date: 08/31/2020 00:15:36

Neighbor complaint
1650 Van Buren Ave

Caller/Complainant: Lora Taylor


Officer responded to the 1600 block of Van Buren Ave for a report of a family dispute. On 
arrival, officer met with Lora Taylor 69, and Dallas Poling 66. Lora reported that Dallas's 
brother William Poling 60, and his wife Julie Poling 56 had been in a verbal altercation with 
them regarding property. Lora reported that during the verbal altercation, William had 
threatened Dallas along with breaking items on her front porch. Lora requested William to 
be trespassed from her property. 

Officer spoke with Lora and Dallas and informed them that the property dispute was a civil 
issue. Officer met with William and and Julie and was again informed about the property. 
Officer spoke with William and Julie and advised them that the property matter was a civil 
issue .

Officer questioned William regarding the damaged property and verbal threats to which 
William denied. William and Julie were provided with a trespass notice.


Officer(s)
Alan Shaffer 926




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0836 08 
Date: 08/30/2020 23:59:35

Suspicious vehicle
Old Coach Ln/ Devonshire


Officer was requested to check the area of Old Coach Ln and Devonshire for a reported 
suspicious vehicle. Dispatch reported the vehicle to be a Blue or Gray Chevy Impala with 
the first three of the registration being JCR. Officer checked the area and was unable to 
locate the vehicle.




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0835 08 
Date: 08/30/2020 22:56:55

Juvenile complaint - Under Investigation
1133 Prospect St, #3B

Caller/Complainant: Dawn Howell


Officer was dispatch to the area of 1133 Prospect St (Salem Acers) for a juvenile complaint. 

On arrival, officer met with the complainant Dawn Howell 38 of Salem. Dawn reported that a 
24 year old male was having an inappropriate relationship with her 14 year old daughter. 

Dawn reported that the male had recently been at her residence where he was found to 
have photographs of her daughter on her phone.


Officer(s)
Alan Shaffer 926




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0834 08 
Date: 08/30/2020 21:22:05

Assault - Under Investigation
682 E 6th St

Caller/Complainant: Darby Mayhew


Officer Responded to the 600 block of E 6th St in Salem for a report of an assault that had 
taken place on Maddison. 

On arrival, Officer met with the complainant Darby Mayhew 39 of Salem. Darby reported 
that her child's father Matthew Graham had punched her vehicles window and broke it 
causing glass to cut her and Matthew. 

Officer contacted EMS and requested to have Darby evaluated. After being evaluated, 
officer was provided with a written statement regarding the incident.

After speaking with Darby, officer met with Matthew and retrieved a statement. Matthew 
reported that Darby had her vehicle's window partially down while holding his arm within the 
vehicle and dragging him. Matthew reported that he punched the window so that he could 
get away.


Officer(s)
Alan Shaffer 926




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0833 08 
Date: 08/30/2020 21:04:40

Threats or Harassment
1133 Prospect St, #2A

Caller/Complainant: Violet German


Officer was dispatched to Salem Acers for a report of harassment. 

On arrival officer met with Violet German 18 of Salem, Amber-Mea Dilling 19 of Salem, and 
Michelle Dishong 49 of Salem. Officer spoke with all parties and learned that there was no 
harassment. Officer was informed that Michelle and a male named Raslyn Ross were at 
Salem Acers actively searching for a missing persons and while doing so, Amber and Violet 
thought the two were there for other reasons. 

When all parties were questioned about the whereabouts of Raslyn, Officer was informed 
that he left on foot prior to officers arrival.


Officer(s)
Alan Shaffer 926




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0832 08 
Date: 08/30/2020 08:53:00

Recovered Property
Garfield Rd. at Benton Rd.

Caller/Complainant: Goshen Twp. PD


Police responded to the intersection on Garfield Rd. at Benton Rd. for a report of a bicycle 
laying in the ditch. 

Upon arrival police did find the bicycle but it was to large to fit in the cruiser. Police will 
contact the Road Dept. to have the bicycle removed.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923

External Agency(s)
Mahoning County - Goshen Twp. PD




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0831 08 
Date: 08/30/2020 02:47:00

Domestic complaint
1180 Prospect St. Ext.

Caller/Complainant: Deanna Moschella


Police responded to the above address for a domestic violence report. 

Upon arrival, the male half was gone so police spoke with the complainant who advised that 
she was assaulted by her live -in boyfriend, Steven Colian. Police did observe visible 
markings on the complainants forehead, face, and neck. Police documented markings with 
photographs. 

The complainant did not wish to be seen by EMS.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0830 08 
Date: 08/30/2020 02:28:00

Vandalism
1396 E. 11 St.

Caller/Complainant: Judy Martin


Police responded to the above address for a vandalism complaint. It was advised from the 
complainant that she heard a bang in her back yard and when she went to look she noticed 
her fence was broken. 

Police checked the area to see if anyone was out in the area making negative contact.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0829 08 
Date: 08/30/2020 00:12:00

Threats or harassment
1129 W. Perry St, #203


Police responded to the above address for a harassment report. It was advised from the 
complainant that her ex boyfriend advised he was going to come to to her residence and 
cause trouble with her new boyfriend. 

While on scene it was advised that he would no longer be showing up due to his 
intoxication state. Police advised the complainant how to file for a protection order.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0828 08 
Date: 08/29/2020 21:36:00

Suspicious Person
1141 Prospect Street


Police responded to the 1100 blk of Prospect Street for a report of 3 subjects looking in 
buildings on residences properties .

Upon arrival police spoke with the complainant who stated 3 subjects were looking around 
his property for a missing juvenile .  Police made contact with the subjects at Southwest 
Fuels on Georgetown Road and advised them to stay off of residences properties.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0827 08 
Date: 08/29/2020 21:00:00

Investigate complaint
Cunningham Road at 344

Caller/Complainant: Leetonia Police Department


Police responded to Cunningham Road at 344 after being notified by Leetonia Police 
Department that they may have seen a missing juvenile get into a Dodge truck (red). 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: 20 0826 08 
Date: 08/29/2020 14:58:00

Alarm drop
1032 Colonial Drive

Caller/Complainant: Brinks Home Security


Police responded to an alarm drop in the 1000 blk on Colonial Drive. Upon arrival police 
spoke with the residences and found everything to be ok.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0825 08 
Date: 08/29/2020 12:56:00

Missing Person Returned
180 Fair Ave

Caller/Complainant: Reynolds, Det.


Police responded to the 100 blk of Fair Ave to conduct a follow up investigation for a 
missing juvenile. 

Upon arrival police located a different missing female juvenile who had been missing since 
May of this year. 

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: 20 0824 08 
Date: 08/29/2020 12:16:00

Sex offense
Salem Acres


Police responded to the 1100 blk of Prospect St. for a reported sexual assault. 

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: 20 0823 08 
Date: 08/29/2020 06:13:00

Welfare Check
Salem Golf Club


Police responded to the above address to do a welfare check on the complainants 
boyfriend who was supposedly sleeping in his vehicle in the parking lot. 

Upon arrival police checked the area for a vehicle matching the description that was given 
making negative contact. 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: 20 0822 08 
Date: 08/28/2020 15:04:00

Welfare Check
1326 Garfield Ave


Officer responded to a requested welfare check at 1326 Garfield Ave. The neighbor stated 
his car door has been open all day with no one around. 

Officer made contact with the homeowner and he stated everything was ok.




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0820 08 
Date: 08/28/2020 13:00:00

Welfare Check
1720 W State St.



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0819 08 
Date: 08/28/2020 11:45:00

Theft
1412 Benton RD

Caller/Complainant: Nikole Vojtko


Police spoke with complainant reference her unlocked vehicle being entered during the 
night and that some loose change was taken along with her mail.


Officer(s)
Chief Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0818 08 
Date: 08/28/2020 08:41:00

Theft
1420 Benton RD

Caller/Complainant: Charles Kinemon


Police spoke with complainant reference someone entering his unlocked vehicle and 
removing several items of non value. Police advised caller to check and make sure nothing 
else was taken.


Officer(s)
Chief Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0817 08 
Date: 08/28/2020 08:40:00

Assist other unit
Barnett Motel

Caller/Complainant: C.C.S.O. Lisbon, OH


Police called to assist Columbiana County S.O. on a call of a male being robbed by 2 other 
people. Police stood by until the matter was resolved.


Officer(s)
Chief Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0839 08 
Date: 08/31/2020 03:05:00

Missing Person Returned

Caller/Complainant: Alliance PD


Perry Twp. Police were notified by Alliance Police Department that they were out with a 
missing juvenile that was entered into the Law enforcement automated data system 
(LEADs) from our agency. 

Perry Twp. met up with Alliance Police Department at a designated area where the juvenile 
was transferred over to Perry Twp. Police. Once transferred over police transported the 
juvenile to to the police station to await the arrival of her parents. Once the juveniles father 
arrived at the PD the juvenile was released into his custody and take out of LEADs as a 
runaway.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0821 08 
Date: 08/28/2020 14:12:00

Missing person
1360 W. State St. Lot 23

Caller/Complainant: Jennifer Fridley


Police spoke with a female complainant on station in reference to a missing juvenile. The 
complainant stated that their daughter left with a known adult female who was taking her to 
a residence in Salem, OH but the juvenile never arrived. The complainant advised that they 
haven't had any contact with their daughter and she was not active on any social media 
sites .

The complainant also stated that they have been receiving messages, via social media, 
from unknown males claiming that they had "Paid" for her. 

Police did locate the female at a residence just outside of Alliance, OH and the female was 
reunited with her family. 

This incident is under investigation.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923 
Chief Michael Emigh 921
Richard Kimble 922

External Agency(s)
CSB - Columbiana County Children Services





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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0838 08 
Date: 08/31/2020 00:50:17

Reckless Operator
SR 45 near S Lincoln Ave


Officer checked the area for a reckless driver in the area of SR 45 near S Lincoln Ave. 
Dispatch reported that a Silver truck had been seen driving recklessly and was unsure if the 
vehicle was still in the area. Officer checked the area and was unable to locate.


Officer(s)
Alan Shaffer 926




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0837 08 
Date: 08/31/2020 00:15:36

Neighbor complaint
1650 Van Buren Ave

Caller/Complainant: Lora Taylor


Officer responded to the 1600 block of Van Buren Ave for a report of a family dispute. On 
arrival, officer met with Lora Taylor 69, and Dallas Poling 66. Lora reported that Dallas's 
brother William Poling 60, and his wife Julie Poling 56 had been in a verbal altercation with 
them regarding property. Lora reported that during the verbal altercation, William had 
threatened Dallas along with breaking items on her front porch. Lora requested William to 
be trespassed from her property. 

Officer spoke with Lora and Dallas and informed them that the property dispute was a civil 
issue. Officer met with William and and Julie and was again informed about the property. 
Officer spoke with William and Julie and advised them that the property matter was a civil 
issue .

Officer questioned William regarding the damaged property and verbal threats to which 
William denied. William and Julie were provided with a trespass notice.


Officer(s)
Alan Shaffer 926




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0836 08 
Date: 08/30/2020 23:59:35

Suspicious vehicle
Old Coach Ln/ Devonshire


Officer was requested to check the area of Old Coach Ln and Devonshire for a reported 
suspicious vehicle. Dispatch reported the vehicle to be a Blue or Gray Chevy Impala with 
the first three of the registration being JCR. Officer checked the area and was unable to 
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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0835 08 
Date: 08/30/2020 22:56:55

Juvenile complaint - Under Investigation
1133 Prospect St, #3B

Caller/Complainant: Dawn Howell


Officer was dispatch to the area of 1133 Prospect St (Salem Acers) for a juvenile complaint. 

On arrival, officer met with the complainant Dawn Howell 38 of Salem. Dawn reported that a 
24 year old male was having an inappropriate relationship with her 14 year old daughter. 

Dawn reported that the male had recently been at her residence where he was found to 
have photographs of her daughter on her phone.


Officer(s)
Alan Shaffer 926




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0834 08 
Date: 08/30/2020 21:22:05

Assault - Under Investigation
682 E 6th St

Caller/Complainant: Darby Mayhew


Officer Responded to the 600 block of E 6th St in Salem for a report of an assault that had 
taken place on Maddison. 

On arrival, Officer met with the complainant Darby Mayhew 39 of Salem. Darby reported 
that her child's father Matthew Graham had punched her vehicles window and broke it 
causing glass to cut her and Matthew. 

Officer contacted EMS and requested to have Darby evaluated. After being evaluated, 
officer was provided with a written statement regarding the incident.

After speaking with Darby, officer met with Matthew and retrieved a statement. Matthew 
reported that Darby had her vehicle's window partially down while holding his arm within the 
vehicle and dragging him. Matthew reported that he punched the window so that he could 
get away.


Officer(s)
Alan Shaffer 926




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0833 08 
Date: 08/30/2020 21:04:40

Threats or Harassment
1133 Prospect St, #2A

Caller/Complainant: Violet German


Officer was dispatched to Salem Acers for a report of harassment. 

On arrival officer met with Violet German 18 of Salem, Amber-Mea Dilling 19 of Salem, and 
Michelle Dishong 49 of Salem. Officer spoke with all parties and learned that there was no 
harassment. Officer was informed that Michelle and a male named Raslyn Ross were at 
Salem Acers actively searching for a missing persons and while doing so, Amber and Violet 
thought the two were there for other reasons. 

When all parties were questioned about the whereabouts of Raslyn, Officer was informed 
that he left on foot prior to officers arrival.


Officer(s)
Alan Shaffer 926




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0832 08 
Date: 08/30/2020 08:53:00

Recovered Property
Garfield Rd. at Benton Rd.

Caller/Complainant: Goshen Twp. PD


Police responded to the intersection on Garfield Rd. at Benton Rd. for a report of a bicycle 
laying in the ditch. 

Upon arrival police did find the bicycle but it was to large to fit in the cruiser. Police will 
contact the Road Dept. to have the bicycle removed.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923

External Agency(s)
Mahoning County - Goshen Twp. PD




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0831 08 
Date: 08/30/2020 02:47:00

Domestic complaint
1180 Prospect St. Ext.

Caller/Complainant: Deanna Moschella


Police responded to the above address for a domestic violence report. 

Upon arrival, the male half was gone so police spoke with the complainant who advised that 
she was assaulted by her live -in boyfriend, Steven Colian. Police did observe visible 
markings on the complainants forehead, face, and neck. Police documented markings with 
photographs. 

The complainant did not wish to be seen by EMS.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0830 08 
Date: 08/30/2020 02:28:00

Vandalism
1396 E. 11 St.

Caller/Complainant: Judy Martin


Police responded to the above address for a vandalism complaint. It was advised from the 
complainant that she heard a bang in her back yard and when she went to look she noticed 
her fence was broken. 

Police checked the area to see if anyone was out in the area making negative contact.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0829 08 
Date: 08/30/2020 00:12:00

Threats or harassment
1129 W. Perry St, #203


Police responded to the above address for a harassment report. It was advised from the 
complainant that her ex boyfriend advised he was going to come to to her residence and 
cause trouble with her new boyfriend. 

While on scene it was advised that he would no longer be showing up due to his 
intoxication state. Police advised the complainant how to file for a protection order.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0828 08 
Date: 08/29/2020 21:36:00

Suspicious Person
1141 Prospect Street


Police responded to the 1100 blk of Prospect Street for a report of 3 subjects looking in 
buildings on residences properties .

Upon arrival police spoke with the complainant who stated 3 subjects were looking around 
his property for a missing juvenile .  Police made contact with the subjects at Southwest 
Fuels on Georgetown Road and advised them to stay off of residences properties.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0827 08 
Date: 08/29/2020 21:00:00

Investigate complaint
Cunningham Road at 344

Caller/Complainant: Leetonia Police Department


Police responded to Cunningham Road at 344 after being notified by Leetonia Police 
Department that they may have seen a missing juvenile get into a Dodge truck (red). 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: 20 0826 08 
Date: 08/29/2020 14:58:00

Alarm drop
1032 Colonial Drive

Caller/Complainant: Brinks Home Security


Police responded to an alarm drop in the 1000 blk on Colonial Drive. Upon arrival police 
spoke with the residences and found everything to be ok.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0825 08 
Date: 08/29/2020 12:56:00

Missing Person Returned
180 Fair Ave

Caller/Complainant: Reynolds, Det.


Police responded to the 100 blk of Fair Ave to conduct a follow up investigation for a 
missing juvenile. 

Upon arrival police located a different missing female juvenile who had been missing since 
May of this year. 

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: 20 0824 08 
Date: 08/29/2020 12:16:00

Sex offense
Salem Acres


Police responded to the 1100 blk of Prospect St. for a reported sexual assault. 

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: 20 0823 08 
Date: 08/29/2020 06:13:00

Welfare Check
Salem Golf Club


Police responded to the above address to do a welfare check on the complainants 
boyfriend who was supposedly sleeping in his vehicle in the parking lot. 

Upon arrival police checked the area for a vehicle matching the description that was given 
making negative contact. 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: 20 0822 08 
Date: 08/28/2020 15:04:00

Welfare Check
1326 Garfield Ave


Officer responded to a requested welfare check at 1326 Garfield Ave. The neighbor stated 
his car door has been open all day with no one around. 

Officer made contact with the homeowner and he stated everything was ok.




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0820 08 
Date: 08/28/2020 13:00:00

Welfare Check
1720 W State St.



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0819 08 
Date: 08/28/2020 11:45:00

Theft
1412 Benton RD

Caller/Complainant: Nikole Vojtko


Police spoke with complainant reference her unlocked vehicle being entered during the 
night and that some loose change was taken along with her mail.


Officer(s)
Chief Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0818 08 
Date: 08/28/2020 08:41:00

Theft
1420 Benton RD

Caller/Complainant: Charles Kinemon


Police spoke with complainant reference someone entering his unlocked vehicle and 
removing several items of non value. Police advised caller to check and make sure nothing 
else was taken.


Officer(s)
Chief Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0817 08 
Date: 08/28/2020 08:40:00

Assist other unit
Barnett Motel

Caller/Complainant: C.C.S.O. Lisbon, OH


Police called to assist Columbiana County S.O. on a call of a male being robbed by 2 other 
people. Police stood by until the matter was resolved.


Officer(s)
Chief Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0816 08 
Date: 08/28/2020 04:03:00

Domestic complaint
2183 Goshen Rd.


Police responded to the above address for a domestic violence report. It was advised from 
the complainant that she was assaulted by her father by means of grabbing the back of her 
neck and her wrist. Police observed no signs /markings of said assault. 

Police also spoke to the complainant's father and also her mother in which both stated 
nothing physical occurred just that they were yelling at one another. 

Police advised both the complainant and her father to stay away from one another for the 
remainder of the morning. 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: 20 0815 08 
Date: 08/28/2020 03:28:00

Noise Complaint
1128 West Perry


Police responded to the above address for a noise complaint. It was advised from the 
complainant that her neighbors TV was up too loud and that this has been an ongoing 
issue. Police spoke to the subject and advised him of the complaint. 

It was advised that the TV volume would be lowered. 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: 20 0814 08 
Date: 08/27/2020 18:08:00

Domestic complaint
Prospect St Ext


Officer responded to a reported Domestic at Prospect St Ext. Officer arrived and spoke with 
the complainant. The complainant stated that she had been staying at the residence and 
dating Steven for about 4 months. The complainant stated that she was trying to pack her 
stuff to leave and Steven was threatening to plant drugs on her. The complainant called the 
police to cover herself so that she did not get in trouble. 

It appeared that the complainant was under the influence and Steven had left prior to 
officers arrival. Officer advised the complainant to go ahead and pack her stuff and get a 
ride before Steven returned.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0813 08 
Date: 08/27/2020 17:54:00

Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
Egypt Rd north of Painter Rd


Officer responded to a report of trees down on Egypt Rd north of Painter Rd. Officer arrived 
and found numerous trees blocking the roadway. 

Officer made contact with the road department. Officer cleared due to an emergency call.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0812 08 
Date: 08/27/2020 13:54:00

Speak with Officer
1228 Beechwood

Caller/Complainant: Shellie Wehr


Police spoke with complainant reference face book posting from subjects known to her. The 
complainant was advised as to what her options are.


Officer(s)
Chief Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0811 08 
Date: 08/27/2020 11:54:00

Disabled vehicle
100 Blk of Apple


Police called to the 100 blk of Apple St. Reference a Arrow trash truck that had broken 
down and damaged a newly black topped road. 

Upon arrival the truck appeared to have broken its rear axle. After further investigation 
Police determined that the State Highway patrol needed to responded with a motor carrier 
enforcement officer to inspect the Vehicle. 

Upon the Motor carrier inspection being performed The driver was cited by the Motor 
Carrier officer.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923 
Chief Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0810 08 
Date: 08/26/2020 14:29:53

Traffic Jam/Road Blocked
Prospect Street Extension

Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Police requested to assist a semi tractor trailer back out on to the street after turning into a 
dead Road. Police stopped traffic so the semi tractor trailer could back onto the road.


Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921 
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0809 08 
Date: 08/26/2020 10:03:00

Theft
1971 Cunningham Rd

Caller/Complainant: Barb Shaffer


Officer received a complainant of someone had stolen her political sign from her yard on 
Cunningham Rd.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0808 08 
Date: 08/26/2020 22:44:00

Possible Impaired Driver - Arrest Made
Goshen Rd near Beechwood Rd.


Officer responded to a report of a vehicle sitting in the middle of the roadway on Goshen Rd 
near Beechwood Rd with the female driver passed out. Officer arrived and found a Silver 
2001 Olds sitting in the oncoming lane of travel with the vehicle engine running. 

Officer made contact with the passed out female driver and found it to be Mary Lou Groff 
(54) of Salem. Officer found Ms. Groff to be under the influence and took her into custody 
for OVI. 

Sinsley's Towing responded to the scene to tow the vehicle. Officer transported Ms. Groff 
back to the station where Ms. Groff refused to submit to a BAC test. Ms. Groff was cited for 
OVI and stopped in the roadway. Ms. Groff was given a court date of 08-28-20 at 0830 
hours in Columbiana County Municipal Court. Ms. Groff was released to her daughter.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922 
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0807 08 
Date: 08/24/2020 18:25:00

Assist other Agency
Annabell's Restaurant

Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Officer assisted Salem PD on a traffic stop in Annabell's parking lot. The Salem officer 
observed the vehicle pulling into 435 Benton Rd with the vehicle having fictitious registration 
and expired registration. The vehicle was stopped after pulling out of 435 Benton Rd. 

Suspected drugs and drug paraphernalia were found on both male subjects in the vehicle.


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: 20 0806 08 
Date: 08/24/2020 16:13:00

Threats or harassment
SR 45 near the township line

Caller/Complainant: Carissa Smith


Officer responded to a report of a motorcycle driven by her ex -boyfriend following her on 
SR 45 coming into the township.

Officer made contact with the complainant on Prospect St near her residence. The 
complainant stated that she was being followed by her ex-boyfriend Jonathan Shaffer all the 
way from Lisbon. 

Officer made contact with Mr. Shaffer as he was driving down Prospect St. Officer advised 
Mr. Shaffer that he needed to stop following his ex and that he has no business on Prospect 
St other than to harass his ex-girlfriend. Mr. Shaffer stated that he is tired of her not 
answering his texts and not letting him see his child. 

Officer advised him to stop stalking his ex before charges are filed.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922 





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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0805 08 
Date: 08/24/2020 15:28:00

Theft
410 Benton Rd, #A

Caller/Complainant: Christopher Johnson


Officer responded to a reported theft at 410 Benton Rd Apt A. Officer arrived and spoke 
with the complainant. The complainant stated that his phone was stolen and recovered at 
the Barnett's Motel. 

Officer cleared without incident.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0804 08 
Date: 08/24/2020 12:31:00

Juvenile complaint
290 Idaho


Police spoke with the complainant who advised that her (JUVENILE) granddaughter who is 
under house arrest had snuck out the window at 4am and was located by her grandmother 
after a search was made. The complainant wished to have a report made since the 
Diversion officer wanted it documented.


Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0803 08 
Date: 08/24/2020 06:24:00

Investigate complaint
1129 W. Perry St, #304

Caller/Complainant: Elijah Beiling


Police responded to the above address for a scam report. Upon arrival the complainant 
advised that a newly created Facebook account had requested the amount of $150.00. The 
complainant advised he did not send any money. 

Police advised the complainant to block and delete the account.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0802 08 
Date: 08/23/2020 15:15:00

Domestic Complaint - Under Investigation
1133 Prospect St., #1A


Officers responded to the 1100 block of Prospect St. for a possible domestic. Officers spoke 
to the complainant who advised they had gotten into a physical altercation with their 
granddaughter. Officers spoke to the granddaughter who advised that it was the 
complainant who had struck her first. Neither the complainant nor the juvenile had visible 
marks consistent with the physical altercation they described. 

Officers provided both the complainant and juvenile with statement forms and advised them 
that the matter would be sent for review with the prosecutors office.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0801 08 
Date: 08/23/2020 13:19:00

Welfare Check
Salem Acres


Police responded to the 1100 blk of Prospect St. to conduct a welfare check on a young 
juvenile. Upon arrival police checked on the juvenile who was fine.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0800 08 
Date: 08/23/2020 13:13:00

Suspicious Vehicle
1251 E. Pidgeon Rd.


Police responded to the 1200 blk of E. Pidgeon Rd. for a reported suspicious vehicle parked 
in a parking lot. 

Upon arrival police found that the owner was having trouble starting the vehicle after staying 
the night with the subject who rents the upstairs apartment.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0799 08 
Date: 08/23/2020 11:01:00

Assist Other Unit
Barnett Motel

Caller/Complainant: CCSO


Police responded to the 31000 blk of US 62, Barnett Motel, to assist the Columbiana 
County Sheriff's Office with a suicidal male subject. 

Police were able to talk the subject into seeking medical help at the Alliance Hospital.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923

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




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0798 08 
Date: 08/23/2020 09:52:00

Noise Complaint
Church at the Center, 1785 S. Lincoln Ave

Caller/Complainant: Brian Bell


Police responded to the 1700 blk of S. Lincoln Ave for a reported loud noise complaint. The 
complainant advised that the church services going on across the street were too loud. 

Police advised the complainant that the church was not violating any ordinances due to 
them conducting church during normal hours. The complainant advised that he wished to 
have a report on file for any future issues.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923 
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0797 08 
Date: 08/23/2020 00:39:00

Suspicious Vehicle
Cry Baby Bridge


Police observed two vehicles at the above location. Police spoke with the individuals and 
advised them they were on private property and to leave. They complied and 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: 20 0795 08 
Date: 08/22/2020 20:05:00

Assist Other Unit
858 Georgetown Rd.

Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Officers were requested by Salem PD to assist them in a follow up investigation involving a 
theft in the city. Officers met with Salem in the 800 block of Georgetown Rd. while they 
made contact with the homeowner. 

Once Perry officers were no longer needed they cleared.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0796 08 
Date: 08/22/2020 22:27:00

Misdemeanor Warrant - Arrest Made
1129 W Perry Street, #304

Caller/Complainant: PTL J. Smith


While on patrol, Police made contact with Eric Collins (24) of Salem, Ohio was found to 
have an active warrant out of Columbiana County and was taken into custody. 

Collins was turned over to a Sheriffs Deputy where he was transported to the jail for 
booking.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928 
Ryan Connolly 930

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




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0794 08 
Date: 08/22/2020 12:00:00

Civil Complaint
1176 W. Perry St.


Police responded to the 1100 blk of W. Perry St. for a reported argument over property. 
Police advised both subjects that it was a civil issue and they needed to work it out 
themselves. 

Both subjects eventually came to an agreement over the property.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0793 08 
Date: 08/22/2020 11:23:00

Medical
Cunningham Rd. near SR 344


Police responded to the area of Cunningham Rd. near SR 344 for a reported medical. 

Upon arrival police found that a male subject was having a unknown medical episode. KLG 
Ambulance personnel transported the male subject to the Salem Hospital for evaluation.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0792 08 
Date: 08/22/2020 08:57:00

Fire
1348 N. Union Ave


Police responded to the 1300 blk of N. Union Ave for a report of a mulch fire. 

Upon arrival the home owner advised that they put the fire out with a garden hose. Police 
stood by with the Fire Dept. until no longer needed.


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: 20 0791 08 
Date: 08/22/2020 06:44:00

Animal complaint
2334 N. Ellsworth Ave


Police responded to the above area for a barking dog complaint. Upon arrival police 
observed two small beagles in a cage. There was no one at the residence to speak with at 
the time of call. 

The animals looked to be in good health.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0790 08 
Date: 08/21/2020 23:32:00

Suspicious Vehicle
1095 Overlook Dr


Police responded to the above address for a suspicious vehicle. It was advised that it was 
parked there with its lights on for an extended amount of time. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the driver who advised he was just smoking a cigarette due 
to not being able to inside the residence because an oxygen tank was being used.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0789 08 
Date: 08/22/2020 22:34:00

Traffic Offense
SR-14


Officers responded to the 4 lane bypass for a report of an abandoned vehicle. Officers 
located the vehicle bearing license plate(HXZ8751) which was pulled to the side of the road 
but still in the traffic lane. 

Officers attempted to make contact with the owner via telephone but were unable to. 
Officers determined the vehicle to be a traffic hazard and requested a tow truck to remove 
the vehicle from the roadway. Davidson's towing removed the vehicle from the roadway and 
officers cleared.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930 
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0788 08 
Date: 08/21/2020 21:49:00

Juvenile Complaint
S. Lincoln Ave.


Officers responded to the area of S. Lincoln Ave. near the train tracks for a possible juvenile 
in the roadway. Officers arrived in the area and found the juvenile to an adult male who was 
not doing anything illegal. Officers cleared without incident.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0787 08 
Date: 08/21/2020 21:07:00

Suspicious Vehicle
Dollar General 1297 E. Pidgeon Rd.


Officers checked on a suspicious vehicle in the 1200 block of E. Pidgeon Rd. Officers 
checked the vehicle and found it to be unoccupied.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0786 08 
Date: 08/21/2020 20:39:00

Noise Complaint
211 Plymouth PL


Officers responded to the 200 block of Plymouth Pl for a noise complaint. 

Officers spoke to the complainant and advised him that  his neighbors were not doing 
anything illegal.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0785 08 
Date: 08/21/2020 03:37:00

Unwanted Subject/ One to be Removed
1549 Madison


Police responded to the above address for one to be removed. The complainant advised 
that her friends were outside yelling at one another and wished them to leave the residence. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the subjects who were having an altercation over property. 
The individuals advised they had no where else to go. The complainant advised as long as 
they are quite and get along they can stay there. 

Police advised both individuals to stay away from one another and that if police were called 
back for the same reason they would be given citations for disorderly conduct.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0784 08 
Date: 08/20/2020 16:24:00

Animal complaint
342 W. Pidgeon Rd.

Caller/Complainant: Shawn Hamilton


Police responded to the 300 blk of W. Pidgeon Rd. for a report of aggressive dogs in the 
complainants yard. Upon arrival police called for the humane officer who arrived and 
removed the dogs without incident.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923 
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0783 08 
Date: 08/20/2020 12:50:00

Juvenile complaint
240 W. Wilson St.

Caller/Complainant: Det. Reynolds


Police responded to the 200 blk of W. Wilson St. to check for a missing juvenile. 

This incident is under investigation.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0782 08 
Date: 08/20/2020 08:45:00

Alarm drop
922 W. Pidgeon RD

Caller/Complainant: 21st Centuary


Police responded to a residential alarm showing entry into the kitchen area. 

Police responded to the residence and found the residence was secure. Police cleared after 
checking the residence exterior.




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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0781 08 
Date: 08/19/2020 19:55:00

Juvenile complaint
621 W. Pidgeon Rd.

Caller/Complainant: Dan Clark


Officer responded to a report runaway female juvenile from 621 W. Pidgeon Rd. Officer 
checked the area for the female juvenile wearing blue hoodie, black jeans and riding a pink 
bicycle. Officer could not locate the juvenile and responded to the residence to speak with 
the complainant. 

The complainant filled out and signed a missing /runaway person form. Officer also had 
dispatch advise Salem PD of the runaway juvenile. 

Officer had dispatch enter the female juvenile into LEADS.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0780 08 
Date: 08/19/2020 19:39:00

Motorcycle/ATV complaint
1903 Allen Rd

Caller/Complainant: Sgt. Kimble


Officer stopped two 4-wheelers at Slanker's Farm that was observed driving on Benton Rd 
at the bypass. Officer spoke with both riders Levi Gorby and Christopher Hamrick. They 
advised they rode from the farm to 410 Benton Rd and back to drop off jumper cables. 

Officer warned them about driving across the bypass and driving on a state route.




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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0779 08 
Date: 08/19/2020 14:36:00

Domestic complaint
Cunningham Rd. at 1900 blk


Police responded to the 1900 blk of Cunningham Rd. for a reported walking domestic 
dispute. 

Upon arrival police located the subjects who advised that they did not have a verbal or 
physical altercation and were only walking to Wal -Mart. 

Police afforded the subjects a curtsey ride to Wal-Mart.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0778 08 
Date: 08/19/2020 05:13:00

Assist other unit
2338 SR-45

Caller/Complainant: CCSO


Police were dispatch to assist County Deputies with a suicidal male subject with a knife. 
Officer was advised by dispatch that the Deputy had that male subject detained in the rear 
of his cruiser. 

Officer arrived on scene and moments later KLG arrived and began evaluating the male 
subject. Dispatch was advised when second Deputy arrived, officer cleared with nothing 
further.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927

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




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0777 08 
Date: 08/18/2020 23:03:00

Suspicious person
Hippley Excavating 1763 SR 344


Police were dispatch to the 1700 block of SR-344 for a report of several juveniles laying in 
the ditch on the side of the roadway. 

Officer arrived in the area and check SR-344 from Chestnut Grove Rd to Cunningham Rd, 
but was unable to locate anybody in the area. 

Officer advised dispatch and cleared.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0776 08 
Date: 08/18/2020 22:05:00

Welfare Check
243 Plymouth Pl


Officer responded to a request for a welfare check on Andrew Steves at 243 Plymouth Pl. 
Officer arrived and found Andrew sitting on the porch with the complainant and mother 
present. The complainant stated that she received a text from Andrew stating that he 
wanted to harm himself. The complainant did show me the text message. 

Officer spoke with Andrew and he was willing to be transported to Salem Regional for 
medical treatment. Andrew was transported by KLG. 

Officer cleared without incident.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922

External Agency(s)
KLG - KLG Ambulance Service




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0775 08 
Date: 08/18/2020 18:21:00

Domestic Complaint - Arrest Made
1133 Prospect St, #17A


Officer responded to a reported domestic between a mother and juvenile daughter at 1133 
Prospect St 17A. Officer arrived and spoke with the mother, Maria Scheufele. Maria stated 
that her 12 year old daughter punched her in the side of the face.

Officer did observe a faint redness on the left cheek area. Maria did want to pursue charges 
and filled out a statement .

Pictures and a statement was collected from Maria. The 12 year old female juvenile was 
taken into custody and transported to the Tobin Center. Fingerprints were attempted at the 
jail but the machine was not working.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0774 08 
Date: 08/18/2020 12:49:00

Suspicious person
SR 45 @ Georgetown Road.

Caller/Complainant: Chief Emigh


Police observed a bicyclist riding his bike on the bypass holding traffic up by swerving in 
and out of traffic. Officer was able to get the rider off the road and found out that the 
bicyclist was a reported missing person from the Olive Branch Ministries and that several 
members were attempting to get the male identified as Daniel Yoder off the road before he 
got hit. 

Mr. Yoder suffers from EDP and other mental challenges. Officer was able to get Mr. Yoder 
into the car and have him return to the Ministries.


Officer(s)
Chief Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0773 08 
Date: 08/18/2020 09:26:00

Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
SR 9 south of the Bypass.


Police advised of cinder blocks on SR 9 south of the 45 bypass. Officer checked the road 
up to Woodsdale and was unable to locate the blocks.


Officer(s)
Chief Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0772 08 
Date: 08/18/2020 09:08:00

Animal complaint
1734 Devonshire

Police advised of a possible dog that has been whining for several hours. Police spoke with 
the resident at the above location and advised her of the complaint.


Officer(s)
Chief Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0778 08 
Date: 08/19/2020 05:13:00

Assist other unit
2338 SR-45

Caller/Complainant: CCSO


Police were dispatch to assist County Deputies with a suicidal male subject with a knife. 
Officer was advised by dispatch that the Deputy had that male subject detained in the rear 
of his cruiser. 

Officer arrived on scene and moments later KLG arrived and began evaluating the male 
subject. Dispatch was advised when second Deputy arrived, officer cleared with nothing 
further.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927

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




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0777 08 
Date: 08/18/2020 23:03:00

Suspicious person
Hippley Excavating 1763 SR 344


Police were dispatch to the 1700 block of SR-344 for a report of several juveniles laying in 
the ditch on the side of the roadway. 

Officer arrived in the area and check SR-344 from Chestnut Grove Rd to Cunningham Rd, 
but was unable to locate anybody in the area. 

Officer advised dispatch and cleared.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0776 08 
Date: 08/18/2020 22:05:00

Welfare Check
243 Plymouth Pl


Officer responded to a request for a welfare check on Andrew Steves at 243 Plymouth Pl. 
Officer arrived and found Andrew sitting on the porch with the complainant and mother 
present. The complainant stated that she received a text from Andrew stating that he 
wanted to harm himself. The complainant did show me the text message. 

Officer spoke with Andrew and he was willing to be transported to Salem Regional for 
medical treatment. Andrew was transported by KLG. 

Officer cleared without incident.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922

External Agency(s)
KLG - KLG Ambulance Service




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0775 08 
Date: 08/18/2020 18:21:00

Domestic Complaint - Arrest Made
1133 Prospect St, #17A


Officer responded to a reported domestic between a mother and juvenile daughter at 1133 
Prospect St 17A. Officer arrived and spoke with the mother, Maria Scheufele. Maria stated 
that her 12 year old daughter punched her in the side of the face.

Officer did observe a faint redness on the left cheek area. Maria did want to pursue charges 
and filled out a statement .

Pictures and a statement was collected from Maria. The 12 year old female juvenile was 
taken into custody and transported to the Tobin Center. Fingerprints were attempted at the 
jail but the machine was not working.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0774 08 
Date: 08/18/2020 12:49:00

Suspicious person
SR 45 @ Georgetown Road.

Caller/Complainant: Chief Emigh


Police observed a bicyclist riding his bike on the bypass holding traffic up by swerving in 
and out of traffic. Officer was able to get the rider off the road and found out that the 
bicyclist was a reported missing person from the Olive Branch Ministries and that several 
members were attempting to get the male identified as Daniel Yoder off the road before he 
got hit. 

Mr. Yoder suffers from EDP and other mental challenges. Officer was able to get Mr. Yoder 
into the car and have him return to the Ministries.


Officer(s)
Chief Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0773 08 
Date: 08/18/2020 09:26:00

Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
SR 9 south of the Bypass.


Police advised of cinder blocks on SR 9 south of the 45 bypass. Officer checked the road 
up to Woodsdale and was unable to locate the blocks.


Officer(s)
Chief Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0772 08 
Date: 08/18/2020 09:08:00

Animal complaint
1734 Devonshire

Police advised of a possible dog that has been whining for several hours. Police spoke with 
the resident at the above location and advised her of the complaint.


Officer(s)
Chief Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0771 08 
Date: 08/18/2020 00:50:00

Suspicious Person
Goshen @ bypass


Police responded to the above area for a female walking in the roadway. Upon arrival police 
spoke with the female who advised she was walking to a residence on E Fourth St. in the 
city. Police gave her a curtesy ride and cleared once she was dropped off.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0770 08 
Date: 08/17/2020 22:00:00

Assist other Agency
1360 W. State St.

Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Officers were requested by Salem PD to check the 1300 block of W. State St. for a female 
who may have information regarding a possible missing juvenile. Officers checked the 
residents given by Salem and had negative contact with anyone at the address.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0768 08 
Date: 08/17/2020 18:06:00

Suicide Attempt
410 Benton Rd., #3


Officer responded to the 400 block of Benton Rd. for a person making suicidal threats. 
Officers spoke to the complainant who stated that they were having suicidal thoughts and 
wished to go the hospital. 

Officers requested for an ambulance to respond to the scene. KLG arrived on scene and 
the complainant was voluntarily transported to the Salem Hospital.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0767 08 
Date: 08/17/2020 17:10:00

Identity Theft /Fraud
581 W. Pine Lake Rd.

Caller/Complainant: Randy Reed


Officers spoke to a complainant over the phone who advised that he had been the victim of 
a scam. He stated that he had given out personal information out before realizing that it was 
a scam call. 

Officers advised the complainant that he should speak to his bank as well as other 
departments fraud centers. He advised that he was going to do so tomorrow when they 
reopened but wished to have a police report on file in case he needed it.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0766 08 
Date: 08/17/2020 14:09:00

OH-1/Non Injury - Citation Issued
1900 block of Cunningham Rd

Caller/Complainant: Columbia Gas


Officer responded to an accident involving a parked Columbia Gas utility truck being side 
swiped by another vehicle. 

Officer found that Unit #1 a Gray 2014 Honda Odyssey driven by Elizabeth Skeels (79) of 
Lisbon was headed northbound in the 1900
block of Cunningham Rd. Unit #1 went around Unit #2 a White parked 2021 Peterbuilt utility 
truck owned by Columbia Gas of Ohio. Unit #1 struck the drivers side rear of Unit #2 as it 
was passing by northbound. 

Unit #1 sustained damage to passenger side front bumper, fender, tire and door. Unit #2 
sustained damage to the minor damage to the drivers side rear. 

Unit #1 was cited for failure to control and given a court date of 8-28-20 at 0830 hours in 
Columbiana County Municipal Court. The owner of Unit #1, James Skeels, responded to 
the scene and changed the tire. 

Unit #1 was towed from the scene by Sinsley Towing.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0765 08 
Date: 08/17/2020 14:07:00

Welfare Check
1230 E. 11th St


Officers responded to the 1200 block of E. 11th St. for a check welfare report. Officers 
spoke to a homeowner who advised that everything was ok. 

Officers cleared without incident.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922 
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0764 08 
Date: 08/17/2020 12:23:00

Animal complaint
SR 14 Benton Rd


Officer responded to the area of Benton Rd and the bypass for a report of a small pony in 
the roadway. Officer checked the area of Benton Rd and had negative contact with any 
ponies. 

Officer had two reports with the last report of the pony being near Benton Rd and Garfield 
Rd. 

Officer could not locate the pony.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0763 08 
Date: 08/17/2020 04:59:00

Property damage accident - Citation Issued
2300 block of Goshen Rd


Police responded to a property accident in the 2300 block of Goshen Rd. On arrival, officer 
made contact with the driver, Juvenile (16), of Salem OH. Driver stated that he was 
traveling northbound when a deer ran out in front of his vehicle. Driver stated that he 
swerved to miss the deer and struck 2 mailboxes and a tree. 

Officer took photos of the damages and Driver was issued a citation for failure to control.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0762 08 
Date: 08/16/2020 22:55:00

Juvenile complaint
1780 N Lincoln Ave

Caller/Complainant: Lisbon/Salem PD


Police were dispatch to the area of N. Lincoln in efforts to assist Salem PD and Lisbon PD 
in the location of two female juveniles. Officer responded to the area and checked but was 
unable to locate anybody walking. Officer then checked a residence provided by Lisbon PD 
in the 1700 block of N. Lincoln, which turn out to be a bad location. 

Officer advised dispatch then cleared.


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: 20 0761 08 
Date: 08/15/2020 21:25:00

Assist other Agency
SR45 near Circle K

Caller/Complainant: CCSO


Police responded to SR45 near Circle K to assist Columbiana County Sheriffs Office on a 
traffic stop. Police stood by unit the investigation was complete.


Officer(s)
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: 20 0760 08 
Date: 08/15/2020 02:31:00

Alarm drop
Country Saw and Knife

Caller/Complainant: 21st Century, Alarm Company


Police responded to a report of an interior motion alarm. Dispatch further advised that there 
was no key holder. Officer arrived and checked the business for any unsecured doors or 
windows, but everything appeared ok. 

Officer advised dispatch and cleared.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0759 08 
Date: 08/14/2020 11:51:00

Vandalism
1909 Beechwood Rd.


Police responded to the 1900 blk of Beechwood Rd. for a report of vandalism to a vehicle. 

Upon arrival police found that an unknown subject vandalized a vehicle overnight. 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: 20 0771 08 
Date: 08/18/2020 00:50:00

Suspicious Person
Goshen @ bypass


Police responded to the above area for a female walking in the roadway. Upon arrival police 
spoke with the female who advised she was walking to a residence on E Fourth St. in the 
city. Police gave her a curtesy ride and cleared once she was dropped off.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0770 08 
Date: 08/17/2020 22:00:00

Assist other Agency
1360 W. State St.

Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Officers were requested by Salem PD to check the 1300 block of W. State St. for a female 
who may have information regarding a possible missing juvenile. Officers checked the 
residents given by Salem and had negative contact with anyone at the address.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0768 08 
Date: 08/17/2020 18:06:00

Suicide Attempt
410 Benton Rd., #3


Officer responded to the 400 block of Benton Rd. for a person making suicidal threats. 
Officers spoke to the complainant who stated that they were having suicidal thoughts and 
wished to go the hospital. 

Officers requested for an ambulance to respond to the scene. KLG arrived on scene and 
the complainant was voluntarily transported to the Salem Hospital.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0767 08 
Date: 08/17/2020 17:10:00

Identity Theft /Fraud
581 W. Pine Lake Rd.

Caller/Complainant: Randy Reed


Officers spoke to a complainant over the phone who advised that he had been the victim of 
a scam. He stated that he had given out personal information out before realizing that it was 
a scam call. 

Officers advised the complainant that he should speak to his bank as well as other 
departments fraud centers. He advised that he was going to do so tomorrow when they 
reopened but wished to have a police report on file in case he needed it.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0766 08 
Date: 08/17/2020 14:09:00

OH-1/Non Injury - Citation Issued
1900 block of Cunningham Rd

Caller/Complainant: Columbia Gas


Officer responded to an accident involving a parked Columbia Gas utility truck being side 
swiped by another vehicle. 

Officer found that Unit #1 a Gray 2014 Honda Odyssey driven by Elizabeth Skeels (79) of 
Lisbon was headed northbound in the 1900
block of Cunningham Rd. Unit #1 went around Unit #2 a White parked 2021 Peterbuilt utility 
truck owned by Columbia Gas of Ohio. Unit #1 struck the drivers side rear of Unit #2 as it 
was passing by northbound. 

Unit #1 sustained damage to passenger side front bumper, fender, tire and door. Unit #2 
sustained damage to the minor damage to the drivers side rear. 

Unit #1 was cited for failure to control and given a court date of 8-28-20 at 0830 hours in 
Columbiana County Municipal Court. The owner of Unit #1, James Skeels, responded to 
the scene and changed the tire. 

Unit #1 was towed from the scene by Sinsley Towing.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0765 08 
Date: 08/17/2020 14:07:00

Welfare Check
1230 E. 11th St


Officers responded to the 1200 block of E. 11th St. for a check welfare report. Officers 
spoke to a homeowner who advised that everything was ok. 

Officers cleared without incident.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922 
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0764 08 
Date: 08/17/2020 12:23:00

Animal complaint
SR 14 Benton Rd


Officer responded to the area of Benton Rd and the bypass for a report of a small pony in 
the roadway. Officer checked the area of Benton Rd and had negative contact with any 
ponies. 

Officer had two reports with the last report of the pony being near Benton Rd and Garfield 
Rd. 

Officer could not locate the pony.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0763 08 
Date: 08/17/2020 04:59:00

Property damage accident - Citation Issued
2300 block of Goshen Rd


Police responded to a property accident in the 2300 block of Goshen Rd. On arrival, officer 
made contact with the driver, Juvenile (16), of Salem OH. Driver stated that he was 
traveling northbound when a deer ran out in front of his vehicle. Driver stated that he 
swerved to miss the deer and struck 2 mailboxes and a tree. 

Officer took photos of the damages and Driver was issued a citation for failure to control.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0762 08 
Date: 08/16/2020 22:55:00

Juvenile complaint
1780 N Lincoln Ave

Caller/Complainant: Lisbon/Salem PD


Police were dispatch to the area of N. Lincoln in efforts to assist Salem PD and Lisbon PD 
in the location of two female juveniles. Officer responded to the area and checked but was 
unable to locate anybody walking. Officer then checked a residence provided by Lisbon PD 
in the 1700 block of N. Lincoln, which turn out to be a bad location. 

Officer advised dispatch then cleared.


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: 20 0761 08 
Date: 08/15/2020 21:25:00

Assist other Agency
SR45 near Circle K

Caller/Complainant: CCSO


Police responded to SR45 near Circle K to assist Columbiana County Sheriffs Office on a 
traffic stop. Police stood by unit the investigation was complete.


Officer(s)
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: 20 0760 08 
Date: 08/15/2020 02:31:00

Alarm drop
Country Saw and Knife

Caller/Complainant: 21st Century, Alarm Company


Police responded to a report of an interior motion alarm. Dispatch further advised that there 
was no key holder. Officer arrived and checked the business for any unsecured doors or 
windows, but everything appeared ok. 

Officer advised dispatch and cleared.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0759 08 
Date: 08/14/2020 11:51:00

Vandalism
1909 Beechwood Rd.


Police responded to the 1900 blk of Beechwood Rd. for a report of vandalism to a vehicle. 

Upon arrival police found that an unknown subject vandalized a vehicle overnight. 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: 20 0757 08 
Date: 08/13/2020 12:31:00

Suspicious vehicle
Jones Dr.


Police checked the area for a possible black Ford Mustang operating recklessly in the 
neighbor hood. The area was checked with no vehicle being observed.


Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0756 08 
Date: 08/13/2020 10:33:00

Misdemeanor Warrant - Arrest Made

Caller/Complainant:  MichaelEmigh


Police initiated a traffic stop for a traffic violation on 45 bypass. Police arrested Bernard 
Cooper age 38 of Lisbon for 2 active warrants out of Columbiana County for Child Support. 
Mr. Cooper was transported by C.C.S.O. deputy to await his hearing.


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: 20 0755 08 
Date: 08/13/2020 10:30:31

Traffic offense - Citation Issued
45 Bypass @ SR 9

Caller/Complainant:  Michael Emigh


Police initiated a traffic stop on a traffic violation and discovered during the stop that the 
operator Bernard Cooper age 38 of Lisbon Oh was operating a vehicle on expired tags and 
operating a motor vehicle while 8under child support suspension. Mr. Cooper also had 2 
active warrants out of Columbiana County S.O. 

Mr. Cooper was arrested and transported to C.C.S.O. to await his hearing. Police also 
issued a citation for driving under Child Support suspension . 

Sinsley towing removed the vehicle until the owner can get valid license plate sticker.


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: 20 0754 08 
Date: 08/12/2020 19:22:00

Identity Theft /Fraud
1133 Prospect St, #18A

Caller/Complainant: Carissa Smith


Officer spoke with the complainant by phone in reference to fraud. The complainant stated 
that she was alerted by Credit Karma today that her credit score had gone done due to 
opening a Capital One credit card. The complainant stated that she had not opened any 
new credit cards. 

The complainant stated that she contacted Capital One and had the credit card cancelled. 
The complainant believes that her ex-boyfriend had opened the credit card with her social 
security number. 

A report number was afforded to the complainant.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0753 08 
Date: 08/12/2020 19:02:00

Civil Complaint
513 Old Coach Ln

Caller/Complainant: Darlene Johnson


Officer spoke with the complainant after she had called the office complaining of Spectrum 
tearing up her yard. The complainant wished to see an Officer. 

Officer responded and spoke with the complainant at her residence. Officer advised the 
complainant that Spectrum was in the right of way working on the cable service at the utility 
box. 

The complainant stated that she does not have Spectrum and that she is concerned that 
they might damage the electrical service while working at the box . The complainant stated 
that she spoke with the Spectrum worker and he would not give her an office phone 
number. 

Officer afforded the worker the complainant's phone number and he had his supervisor 
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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0752 08 
Date: 08/12/2020 10:44:01

Property Damage
1827 S. Lincoln Ave.


Police responded to Circle K south for a report of a driver driving away from the gas pump 
failing to secure the hose. The red ford SUV pulled out causing damage to the gas pump 
and drove away. Video was obtained and a license plate was observed . 

Police called Milton Township PD to check on a residence to see if the owner was home.


Officer(s)
Chief Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0751 08 
Date: 08/12/2020 02:27:00

Animal complaint
859 Cunningham Rd.


Police were dispatched to the 800 block of Cunningham Rd. for a report of dogs barking. 

On arrival, officer was unable to hear any dogs barking. Officer stayed in the area for 
several minutes in efforts to locate any dogs barking. Area remained quite and officer 
cleared.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0750 08 
Date: 08/11/2020 19:41:00

Unwanted Subject/ One to be Removed
1133 Prospect St, #18A

Caller/Complainant: Carisa Smith


Officer responded to a report of an unwanted male subject at Salem Acres 18A. Officer 
arrived and spoke with Jonathan Shaffer whom was out on the front porch of 18A. He 
stated that he was here to see his son and the complainant will not let him see him. 

Officer spoke with the complainant and she stated that Jonathan turned the breaker off to 
the apartment and was pounding on the door. The complainant did not want him there at 
this time. The complainant stated that he should call ahead and make plans to see his son 
instead of just showing up when he feels like it. 

Officer advised Jonathan of such and he was advised to leave and not to return unless 
plans are made with the complainant to see his son.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0749 08 
Date: 08/11/2020 16:37:00

Alarm drop
1285 E. Pidgeon Rd

Caller/Complainant: SOS Security


Officer responded to a report of a business alarm at 1285 E. Pidgeon Rd. 

Officer arrived and found employees inside the business. Officer found everything to be fine 
and cleared without incident.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0748 08 
Date: 08/11/2020 13:09:00

Traffic offense - Citation Issued
1100 blk of Cunningham Road

Caller/Complainant: PTL J. Smith


Police conducted a traffic stop in the 1100 blk of Cunningham Road on a 2000 Chevy 
Blazer (red) and found the owner/operator Cory Haueter (34) of Hanoverton was found to 
be operating the vehicle while under multiple open non compliance suspensions .

Haueter was unable to get someone to retrieve the vehicle and was given a courtesy 
transport to Walmart on E. State Street . Haueter was issued a citation for non compliance 
suspension and given a mandatory court date of 8/14/2020 at 8:30 am in the Columbiana 
County Municipal Court. 

Sinsley's Towing responded to the scene and removed the vehicle with a court hold, proof 
of insurance and a valid driver.


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: 20 0747 08 
Date: 08/11/2020 11:09:00

Threats or harassment
1143 Andrew Ave


Police took a report on station about harassing phone calls. Police have a report on file.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0746 08 
Date: 08/11/2020 10:59:29

Telephone Harassment
1716 Ansleyway

Caller/Complainant: Rose Metzger


Police contacted by complainant who believes that her phone may be monitored by a 
unknown neighbor who is apparently calling and changing her husbands medical 
appointments . The complainant believes this is been going on for 5 years.


Officer(s)

Chief Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0745 08 
Date: 08/11/2020 07:17:00

OH-1/Non Injury - Citation Issued
1566 N. Lincoln Ave

Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Police responded to a two vehicle accident at the above address. Unit # 1 a Silver 2015 
Ford Fusion owned/operated by Curtis Crank Jr. (30) Salem Ohio 44460 was heading north 
on N. Lincoln Ave when he failed to maintain a safe stopping distance ahead and ran into 
Unit #2, a garbage truck, that was parked in the roadway picking up trash. 

Unit # 1 sustained damage to the front end of his vehicle and was able to be driven from the 
scene. Unit # 2 sustained no damage and also drove from the scene.

Police issued a citation to Crank for assured clear distance ahead and gave him a court 
date at the CCMC. Police also documented the damages with photos and issued a report 
number for the insurance companies.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0744 08 
Date: 08/10/2020 14:47:00

Vandalism
2190 N Lincoln Ave

Caller/Complainant: Robert Sorokach


Police responded to the 2100 blk of N. Lincoln Ave for a report of Vandalism. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the complainant who stated his soon to be ex-wife showed 
up at the residence and broke his vehicle window. Police took pictures of the damage and 
have a report on file.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0743 08 
Date: 08/09/2020 21:50:00

Assist other unit
1133 Prospect St., #16A

Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Officers responded to the 1100 block of Prospect St. to assist Salem Officers who advised 
they had found a juvenile in the city who had run away from his mother who lived in the 
township. 

Officers spoke with the Salem Officers who provided Perry Officers with juveniles 
information and the juvenile was released back to the parents.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930

External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0742 08 
Date: 08/09/2020 20:50:00

Traffic jam/road blocked
Benton Rd./ Allen


Officers responded to the area of Benton Rd. and Allen Rd. for a large tree that had fallen in 
the roadway. Officers contacted the FD who assisted in clearing the roadway.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0741 08 
Date: 08/09/2020 04:02:00

Assist other unit
SR 45 South of Salem Grange

Caller/Complainant: Post 15


Post 15 requested assistance on a traffic stop for a probable cause search. 

Upon arrival police assisted on a search of the vehicle which yielded suspected marijuana, 
a marijuana pipe, THC cartridge's and Adderall pills. Once the vehicle search was complete 
Perry Twp. Police stood by for the duration of the vehicle and cleared when 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: 20 0740 08 
Date: 08/09/2020 03:43:00

Suspicious person
SR45 @ Salem Golf Club


Police were notified of a male subject walking North in the roadway on SR45. 

Upon arrival police observed a male subject matching the description. Police spoke with the 
male and it was advised he was walking to a residence just north of Kent State Salem 
Campus. Police gave the male subject a courtesy ride to the residence and cleared.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0739 08 
Date: 08/08/2020 22:50:00

Unwanted Subject/ One to be Removed
1549 Madison St


Police responded to the above address for one female to be removed. Upon arrival the 
complainant advised that the one to be removed had already left the residence walking and 
that she had an active warrant out of Columbiana County which was confirmed through 
dispatch. Police then went to find her while doing so she came back to the residence with 
her boyfriend in a vehicle. 

Police stopped the vehicle and the female, Darby Mayhew, advised she was assalted by 
her boyfriend, Matthew Graham, and that he had punched the windshield to her vehicle 
causing it to shatter. While speaking with the female about what had taken place she stated 
she wanted to harm herself by means of walking in front of a train. 

Police had KLG Ambulance Services respond to the scene so that she could be transported 
to the Salem Regional Medical Center for evaluation. Due to conflicting stories police 
obtained written statements from both the female and her boyfriend about what occurred 
and will forward the incident to the Columbiana County Prosecutors Office for review.


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: 20 0738 08 
Date: 08/08/2020 22:00:00

Prowlers
1278 Stweart Rd.


Officers responded to the 1200 block of Stewart Rd. for possible prowlers. Officers spoke to 
the complainant who stated that someone had pulled on their front and back doors. Officers 
spoke to a neighbor that was out who stated that it was juveniles that lived next door. 

Officers spoke to the juveniles father a Mike Hoffaker who advised he would speak to his 
children and it wouldn't happen again. Officers advised the complainant and they said that 
everything was ok and did not wish to pursue anything.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0737 08 
Date: 08/08/2020 21:33:00

Threats or harassment
1013 Elberon Ave.

Caller/Complainant: Katrina French


Officers responded to the 1000 block of Elberon Ave. for a report of harassment. Officers 
spoke to Katrina French who stated that a Caen Duffy had threated her on Facebook 
regarding an item she was selling. Katrina showed officers that Caren had left on Facebook 
stating that they thought Katrina had hacked their Facebook account. 

Officers advised Katrina to block Caren on Facebook and not to have any more contact with 
Caren regarding the issue.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0736 08 
Date: 08/08/2020 15:36:00

Alarm drop
815 E. Pidgeon Rd.


Officers responded to the 800 block of E. Pidgeon Rd. for an alarm. Officers checked the 
area and found all of the gates to be locked and secured. 

Officers were unable to get a hold of a key holder and cleared without incident.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0733 08 
Date: 08/07/2020 00:48:00

Suspicious vehicle
Cry Baby Bridge


Police observed a vehicle at the above location. Police advised the individuals to move it 
along. They complied and 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: 20 0735 08 
Date: 08/08/2020 03:39:00

Suspicious person
Georgetown Rd @ Prospect Ext.


Police spoke with two individuals who were walking in the roadway. The individuals advised 
they were walking to a residence on Prospect St. Ext. 

After checking the individuals for warrants it showed that one of them had an active warrant 
but it was outside of the pickup radius. Police advised them to stay out of the roadway.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0734 08 
Date: 08/07/2020 16:04:00

Alarm drop
1870 Hunt Rd

Caller/Complainant: 21 Century


Officers responded to the 1800 block of Hunt Rd. for an alarm. Officers checked the exterior 
which was secured. 

Officers requested a key holder respond to the scene and were advised that they were 
unable to be contacted. Officers cleared without incident.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0731 08 
Date: 08/04/2020 02:06:00

Assist Other Unit
Jennings Ave near W. Second St


Perry Twp. Police checked on a Salem PD unit who was on a traffic stop. It was determined 
that the vehicle that was stopped was involved in a domestic incident. 

Perry Twp. Police stood by for the duration of the stop and 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: 20 0716 07 
Date: 07/29/2020 00:31:00

Noise Complaint
Dollor General Store - Bypass


Police responded to the 1200 block of E. Pidgeon Rd. for a report of a loud noised possible 
being a gun shot. 

Officer arrived on scene, and checked the area but was unable to locate anything. Officer 
spoke with the store manager at Circle K south regarding any loud noises in the area. 
Manager stated that she was cleaning the pumps and heard nothing. 

Officer advised dispatch and cleared.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0715 07 
Date: 07/28/2020 23:53:00

Assist other Agency
31971 Salem Alliance Rd.

Caller/Complainant: CCSO


Police responded to assist county deputies in efforts to locate a possible suicidal female. 
Officer was advised that the female subjects phone pinged within a 2 mile radius of Berger 
Electric. Dispatch stated that she may have been picked up or possible walking on the 
roadway. 

Officer arrived in the area and check but was unable to locate the subject in question.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927

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




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0714 07 
Date: 07/28/2020 23:00:21

Assist other unit
1269 E 11th St

Caller/Complainant: Salem P.D.


On this day, Officer responded to 1269 E 11th St to assist the Salem Police Department 
with multiple subjects involved in a domestic dispute. 

On arrival, Officer was requested to stand with a suspect identified to be Charity Todd of 
38149 Salem Unity Rd. After completion of the Salem Police Department's investigation, 
Officer cleared.


Officer(s)
Alan Shaffer 926

External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0713 07 
Date: 07/28/2020 22:51:00

Disabled vehicle
W Pidgeon near Depot Rd, OH


On this day, Officer viewed a 2001 Chev Truck with its hazard lights on sitting on W 
Pidgeon Rd. Officer made contact with the driver identified to be Diana Donnalley. Diana 
reported that her vehicle had ran out of fuel and had a someone on the way to assist her. 

Officer stood by with the driver until the other party arrived.


Officer(s)
Alan Shaffer 926




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0712 07 
Date: 07/28/2020 14:38:00

Illegal Dumping
Pidgeon Road @ Newgarden


Police investigated a possible illegal dumping. 

Upon investigation the owner of the property had given permission to place the brush on 
her property.


Officer(s)
Chief Michael Emigh 921 
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0711 07 
Date: 07/27/2020 22:18:57

911 hang-up
Quaker City Mfg, 187 Georgtown Rd

Caller/Complainant: 911


Officer was requested to check the 100 block of Georgetown Rd for a reported 911 hang-
up. 

On arrival of the area, Officer met with parties and was informed that EMS personnel had 
been contacted for a medical emergency. Officer met with EMS personnel and was advised 
that no assistance was needed.


Officer(s)
Alan Shaffer 926

External Agency(s)
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0710 07 
Date: 07/27/2020 22:10:32

Assist other unit
N. Ellsworth Ave at U.S. 62

Caller/Complainant: OSP


Officer was handling an accident investigation on U.S. 62 and SR14 when notified of an 
additional accident at the intersection of N. Ellsworth Ave and U.S. 62. Officer requested the 
Ohio State Highway patrol conduct the accident investigation. 

After completion of the first accident, Officer assisted the Ohio State Highway Patrol with 
conducting traffic control.


Officer(s)
Alan Shaffer 926

External Agency(s)
Post#15 - OSP




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0709 07 
Date: 07/27/2020 21:01:28

OH-1/Non Injury - Citation Issued
SR 14 at US 62


Officer responded to the intersection of US 62 and Benton Rd for a report of a two car 
accident with no injuries. 

On arrival, Officer documented the accident scene and issued a citation for failure to stop 
for traffic control lights.


Officer(s)
Alan Shaffer 926

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




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0708 07 
Date: 07/27/2020 16:19:00

OH-1/Non Injury
800 block Georgetown Rd


Officer responded to Elberon Ave for an accident that occurred in the 800 block of 
Georgetown Rd. Officer arrived and spoke with the driver/owner Kaleb Skiba (18) of East 
Rochester. He stated that he was headed east in the 800 block of Georgetown Rd and had 
to swerve to miss a Black Nissan Altima that was pulling out of Hickey Metal headed east. 

Mr. Skiba stated that he went into the ditch on the south side of the road across from Hickey 
Metal. Mr. Skiba did not think there was any damage until he drove it and made it as far as 
his grandmother's house on Elberon Ave. The Maroon 2005 Pontiac Sunfire 
(HMK3780)sustained damage to the undercarriage.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0707 07 
Date: 07/27/2020 11:25:00

Juvenile complaint
1360 W. State St, #8


Officer responded to a report of a juvenile issue at 1360 W. State St Lot #8. Officer arrived 
and spoke with the complainant, Cindy Lewis. Cindy stated that her 12 year old grandson is 
being unruly once again and fighting with the neighbors. Cindy stated that her grandson 
went into the neighbors house at Lot #6 and was yelling at him. 

Officer spoke with the neighbor at lot #6 Grover Willhoft. Grover stated that the 12 year old 
entered his house uninvited and was yelling at him about his dog. 

Officer collected a statement from Grover and advised Cindy that everything would be 
forwarded to the Juvenile Prosecutor's Office.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922
Chief Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0706 07 
Date: 07/27/2020 02:50:00

Medical
1932 S Lincoln Ave, #2

Caller/Complainant: Perry Fire Department


Police were requested by Perry Twp FD to the above address to force entry into the 
residence for a male individual who had fallen down. Prior to officer arrival Perry Twp FD 
was able to make entry when a family member showed up with a key.
 
Police stood by until the individual was loaded up and transported to the hospital.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924

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




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0705 07 
Date: 07/26/2020 13:00:00

Welfare Check
1760 Depot Rd.

Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Police responded to the 1700 blk of Depot Rd. to conduct a welfare check on a subject 
recently involved in a motor vehicle accident. 

Upon arrival police made contact with the subject who stated they were fine.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0704 07 
Date: 07/26/2020 10:01:00

Threats or harassment
410 Benton Rd., #1


Police received a complaint of harassment from the 400 blk of Benton Rd. Police attempted 
to make contact with the complainant multiple times, via telephone, with negative contact.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0703 07 
Date: 07/26/2020 04:14:00

Assist other unit
Speedway 175 W State St


Perry Twp. Police Department assisted Salem Police on a warrant arrest on an individual 
who had an active warrant out of Columbiana County. 

Salem PD took the male into custody and transported him to the Columbiana County Jail.


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: 20 0702 07 
Date: 07/25/2020 23:41:00

Property damage accident
SR45 @ SR9

Police responded to the above area for a car vs. deer accident. Unit 1 a Gray 2017 Ford F-
15 was heading northbound on SR45 when a deer entered the roadway causing the vehicle 
to strike the deer. The vehicle sustained minimal damage to the front of its front-end. 

Police documented the damages with photos and issued a number for the insurance 
company. The deer was deceased.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0701 07 
Date: 07/25/2020 23:13:00

Open door
1360 W. State St., #6

Caller/Complainant: Shelby Naylor


Police responded to the above address to speak with the resident about returning home 
and finding her back door wide open . The complainant advised that she believes nothing 
was stolen or out of place and that she just wished to have a report on file .

Police observed no signs of forced entry into the home.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0700 07 
Date: 07/25/2020 10:38:00

Private Property Accident
Restore 1965 N. Ellsworth Ave

Caller/Complainant: CCSO


Police responded to the 1900 blk of N. Ellsworth Ave for a reported single vehicle private 
property accident. 

Upon arrival police found that the operator was attempting to pull out of a parking space 
and struck a pole. The vehicle sustained minor damage and was 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: 20 0699 07 
Date: 07/25/2020 07:58:00

OH-1/Non Injury - Citation Issued
SR 45 near W. State St.


Police responded to the area of SR 45 near W. State St. for a reported two vehicle accident. 

Upon arrival police found that a 2008 Toyota Sienna (Black) driven by David B. Weaver (72) 
of Salem, OH, 44460 was southbound on SR 45 slowing for traffic and was struck from 
behind by a 2013 Ford Transit Connect (White) driven by Rachel K. Wolf (33) of Minerva, 
OH, 44657 who was also southbound on SR 45 and stated that she had fallen asleep at the 
wheel. 

After police arrival, the vehicle caught on fire and the Perry Twp. Fire Dept. was called. 

Ms. Wolf was issued a citation for Assured Clear Distance Ahead (ACDA) and given a court 
date of 8-7-2020 at 8:30 am to appear in the Columbiana County Municipal Court. 

Both vehicles sustained major damage and were towed from the scene by Sinsley's and 
Geary's towing. No injuries were reported.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923

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




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0698 07 
Date: 07/25/2020 00:55:00

Investigate complaint
Circle K, 1827 S. Lincoln Ave


Police responded to the above address to speak with the clerk about an incident involving 
her and a patron. The clerk advised she told a customer to leave the store due to them 
yelling at her about a purchase that was made. 

The other individual involved left prior to officer arrival.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0697 07 
Date: 07/25/2020 00:35:00

Medical
Blossom Nursing

Police responded to the above address for a combative patient. 

Upon arrival the male was calm and KLG Ambulance was loading him into the ambulance.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924

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




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0696 07 
Date: 07/24/2020 22:41:00

Noise Complaint
410 Benton Rd.

Caller/Complainant: Beverly Grimes


Officers responded to the 400 block of Benton Rd. for a noise complaint. Officers spoke to a 
large group of subjects who advised that they were shutting it down for the night and getting 
ready to leave. 

Officers spoke to the complainant and advised her that there was not a noise ordinance in 
Perry Twp., and as long as the subjects did not come onto her property they were not doing 
anything criminal.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0695 07 
Date: 07/24/2020 22:06:00

Felony Warrant - Arrest Made
498 Michigan Blvd

Caller/Complainant: Ptl. Connolly


Officers along with Officers from Salem Police department checked the 400 block of 
Michigan Blvd for a subject with a possible warrant. Officers made contact with a George 
Giffin. Officers detained Mr. Giffin and confirmed the warrant through the dispatch center. 

Once confirmation of the warrant was advised officers placed Mr. Giffin into custody and 
transported him to the Columbiana County Jail.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930

External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0694 07 
Date: 07/24/2020 16:24:00

Parking Complaint
E. 11th St. at N. Lincoln Ave


Police responded to the area of E. 11 St. near N. Lincoln Ave for a reported parking 
complaint. 

Upon arrival police found that the vehicle was parked in the roadway and needed moved. 
Police made contact with the owner who advised that they would move the vehicle.




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0693 07 
Date: 07/23/2020 13:52:00

911 hang-up
2320 Goshen Rd.

Caller/Complainant: CCSO


Police responded to the 2000 blk of Goshen Rd. for a reported 911 open line. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the resident and found that their juvenile child was playing 
with their phone and there were no issues.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923
Chief Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0692 07 
Date: 07/23/2020 02:12:00

Fire
924 W. Pidgeon


Police were dispatched to the 900 block for a report of a possible fire. Officer responded to 
the area to assist the fire dept and located a fire in the backyard of a residence. Officer 
advised dispatch of the location and the status of the fire. 

Fire dept arrived on scene and evaluated the fire and officer cleared.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927

External Agency(s)
SFD - Salem Fire Department




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0691 07 
Date: 07/22/2020 22:11:00

911 hang-up
1420 N. Lincoln Ave.

Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Officer responded to a reported 911 hang-up call at 1420 N. Lincoln Ave. Officer arrived and 
spoke with the homeowner. 

The homeowner stated that everything was fine. Officer cleared without incident.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0690 07 
Date: 07/22/2020 18:58:00

Assist other Agency
781 E. Third St, #5

Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Officer responded to assist the Salem FD on a residential lock out at 781 E. Third St apt #5. 
Officer cleared once the FD gained entry to the residence.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0689 07 
Date: 07/22/2020 18:43:00

Suspicious person
1044 Buckeye Circle

Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Officer checked the area of 1000 block of Buckeye Circle for a report of a suspicious male. 
Officer could not locate any suspicious males in the area. 

Officer cleared without incident.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0688 07 
Date: 07/22/2020 18:41:00

Assist other Agency
Circle of Care - 1985 E. Pershing St.

Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Officers assisted Salem PD in securing the perimeter of Circle Care on E. Pershing St. for a 
male that fled from the Salem ER and supposedly went into the facility


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0687 07 
Date: 07/22/2020 17:06:00

Civil Complaint
1118 Benton Rd.


Police spoke with a complainant from the 1100 blk of Benton Rd. in reference to a civil issue 
with the soon to be ex -spouse filing taxes without their permission.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0686 07 
Date: 07/22/2020 14:52:00

Private Property Accident
Fresh Mark - 1735 S. Lincoln Ave


Police responded to the 1700 blk of S. Lincoln Ave for a reported two vehicle private 
property accident. 

Upon arrival police found that a 2014 Chevrolet Equinox (Red) driven by Christine Beadnell 
(60) of Carrollton, OH, 44615 backed out of a parking space and struck a parked 2014 
Chevrolet Camaro (White) owned by Anthony Zucco (26) of Niles, OH, 44446. 

No injuries were reported. No citations were issued. Both vehicle sustained minor damage 
and were driven from the scene.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923 
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0685 07 
Date: 07/21/2020 18:22:29

Juvenile complaint
Hearthside Dr


Officer was requested to check the area of Hearthside Dr for a report of juveniles playing 
within the roadway. 

On arrival of the area officer located several bicycles in a driveway near the 1700 block of 
Hearthside Dr. Officer made contact with a residence which was found to have the reported 
juveniles. 

Officer spoke with a parent and requested that they not play within the roadway.




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0684 07 
Date: 07/21/2020 17:36:15

Felony Warrant
12205 Goshen Rd


Officer conducted a traffic stop in the 12000 block of Goshen Rd on Eric W. Uphold of 
12205 Goshen Rd for a Felony Warrant out of Geauga County Sheriffs office. 

Eric was taken into custody and then released for medical reasons.


Officer(s)
Alan Shaffer 926
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0682 07 
Date: 07/20/2020 19:33:00

Traffic offense - Arrest Made
S Lincoln Ave at Fresh Mark

Caller/Complainant: PTL J. Smith


Police conducted a traffic stop on S Lincoln Ave at Fresh Mark, on a 2003 GMC Envoy 
(black) for an active warrant out of Columbiana County. Police spoke with the 
owner/operator Lawrence Scott Van Kirk (36) of Salem, Ohio and advised Kirk of his 
warrant for failure to appear. 

Police took Kirk into custody and release his vehicle to his female passenger. Kirk was 
handed over to Deputy's to be transported to the jail.


Officer(s)
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: 20 0681 07 
Date: 07/20/2020 16:09:00

Assist other Agency
1133 Prospect Street, #A1

Caller/Complainant: Leetonia Police Department


Police responded to 1100 blk of Prospect Street to obtain information on a crash for 
Leetonia Police Department. Police spoke with the resident, and sent the information to 
Leetonia Police Department.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0680 07 
Date: 07/20/2020 14:36:24

Juvenile complaint
Overlook Dr @ W. Perry St.


Officer responded to the corner of Overlook Dr and W. Perry St for a report of a domestic 
between a grandmother and juvenile grandson. Officer arrived and spoke with the 
grandmother Connie who stated that her 11 year old grandson out of control cussing and 
screaming at her. 

Officer spoke with the grandson and advised him that he needed to calm down and behave 
himself. Connie was going to take him to her daughter's house for the grandson's 
medication.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922 
Chief Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0682 07 
Date: 07/20/2020 19:33:00

Traffic offense - Arrest Made
S Lincoln Ave at Fresh Mark

Caller/Complainant: PTL J. Smith


Police conducted a traffic stop on S Lincoln Ave at Fresh Mark, on a 2003 GMC Envoy 
(black) for an active warrant out of Columbiana County. Police spoke with the 
owner/operator Lawrence Scott Van Kirk (36) of Salem, Ohio and advised Kirk of his 
warrant for failure to appear. 

Police took Kirk into custody and release his vehicle to his female passenger. Kirk was 
handed over to Deputy's to be transported to the jail.


Officer(s)
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: 20 0681 07 
Date: 07/20/2020 16:09:00

Assist other Agency
1133 Prospect Street, #A1

Caller/Complainant: Leetonia Police Department


Police responded to 1100 blk of Prospect Street to obtain information on a crash for 
Leetonia Police Department. Police spoke with the resident, and sent the information to 
Leetonia Police Department.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0680 07 
Date: 07/20/2020 14:36:24

Juvenile complaint
Overlook Dr @ W. Perry St.


Officer responded to the corner of Overlook Dr and W. Perry St for a report of a domestic 
between a grandmother and juvenile grandson. Officer arrived and spoke with the 
grandmother Connie who stated that her 11 year old grandson out of control cussing and 
screaming at her. 

Officer spoke with the grandson and advised him that he needed to calm down and behave 
himself. Connie was going to take him to her daughter's house for the grandson's 
medication.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922 
Chief Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0678 07 
Date: 07/19/2020 18:53:00

Assist other unit
Circle K (west)

Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Police were dispatched to assist Salem PD at Circle K West for a male subject needing 
assistance. 

On arrival, officer observed 2 Salem officers and Salem FD on scene treating the male 
subject. Officer was advised by Salem PD that their assistance was no longer need so 
officer cleared.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927


External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department
SFD - Salem Fire Department




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0677 07 
Date: 07/19/2020 10:55:00

Alarm drop
Ohio Edison, 815 E. Pidgeon Rd.


Police responded to the 800 blk of E. Pidgeon Rd. for a reported alarm drop. Upon arrival 
police walked around the building finding it secure.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0676 07 
Date: 07/19/2020 02:58:00

Traffic offense - Arrest Made
1300 BLk W. State St.

Caller/Complainant: Ptl. Sanford


Perry Twp. Police observed a vehicle stopped in traffic at a green light not going anywhere 
for several seconds. Police pulled up next to the vehicle and observed the owner/operator 
to be slumped down with his chin on his chest. Police got behind the vehicle and initiated a 
traffic stop on the Black 1997 Nissan truck in the 1300 blk of W. State St. Police advised the 
nature of the stop and had asked the driver later identified as Austin Angeli (32) Salem Ohio 
if he had been drinking. Angeli stated that he had been drinking. 

Police had Anglie step out of his vehicle and conducted Standard Field Sobriety Test on 
him. Due to the inability to successfully complete the SFST's police determined Anglie to be 
to intoxicated to be operating a motor vehicle and subsequently arrested him for OVI and 
for being stopped in a roadway and transported him to the Salem Police Department where 
he was offered a breath test. 

Anglies vehicle was towed from the scene by Kiaser Towing and once all necessary 
paperwork was complete Anglie was released to a family member with a mandatory court 
date at the CCMC on July 21, 2020 at 830 AM.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924

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: 20 0673 07 
Date: 07/18/2020 00:02:00

Suspicious person
2000 Blk Goshen Rd

Caller/Complainant: Boardman PD


Police responded to the above area for a male individual who was yelling. 

Upon arrival police checked the area along with side streets not locating anyone matching 
the description given.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0675 07 
Date: 07/18/2020 16:25:00

Traffic offense - Arrest Made
600 blk of Benton Road

Caller/Complainant: PTL J. Smith


Police conducted a traffic stop in the 600 blk of Benton Road on a 2011 Audi A4 (gray) for 
fictitious plates. Police found the operator Jamie M. Pastore (32) of Washingtonville, Ohio 
44490 was operating the vehicle on a non compliance suspension.

Police requested Salem Police Department K9 unit to respond to the scene for an open air 
sniff of the vehicle in which positive indication was provided from K9 Simon. Police 
conducted a search of the vehicle which turned up a hypodermic syringe .

Pastore requested EMT to responded to the scene, and then was transported to Salem 
Regional Medical Center upon his request. 

Sinsley's Towing responded to the scene and removed the vehicle with a hold for valid 
registration, proof of ownership, proof of insurance and a valid driver. Pastore was later 
taken into custody after he was released from Salem Regional Medical Center. Pastore was 
charged with Non compliance suspension, fictitious plates, cracked windshield, and 
Possessing drug abuse instruments. Pastore was transported to the Columbiana County 
Jail.


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: 20 0674 07 
Date: 07/18/2020 10:23:00

Threats or harassment
Circle K, S. Lincoln Ave


Police spoke with a female complainant on station in reference to a threat she received 
while during a custody exchange in the 1800 blk of S. Lincoln Ave. The complainant 
advised that their ex-husband make a threat against her life while exchanging their son. 

This incident is under investigation. The complainant was also advised to contact their 
home Dept. and file a report with them also.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0672 07 
Date: 07/17/2020 22:47:00

Suspicious person
1358 Andrew Ave


Police responded to the 1300 block for a report of 2 suspicious males walking away from a 
residence. On arrival, officer made contact with the complainant who stated that the males 
walked away looking at there phones. The complainant stated that just last month that 
residences had been broken into. 

Officer checked the residences but was unable to locate any forced entries in. Officer 
observed a vehicle in the garage a light on but no one answered the door. The registration 
on the vehicle came back registered to said residence. 

Officer checked the area for the subjects but unable to locate, officer then cleared.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0671 07 
Date: 07/17/2020 17:20:00

Alarm drop
1594 Manor Dr.

Caller/Complainant: ADT Alarm


Police responded to the 1500 blk of Manor Dr. for a reported residential alarm. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the home owner who advised that everything was fine.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0665 07 
Date: 07/15/2020 02:08:00

Suspicious person
Blossom Nursing Home

Caller/Complainant: Blossom Employee


Police responded to a report of a suspicious person walking their bike through the parking 
lot of Blossom Nursing Home .

On arrival, officer made contact with a male subject identified as Arron Wilson who was 
sitting with his girlfriend, who is employed at Blossom. When officer asked Wilson if he had 
just arrived he stated yes and that he was visiting his girlfriend on her break.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0664 07 
Date: 07/14/2020 19:41:00

Suspicious vehicle
1491 W Pine Lake Rd


Officer checked the 1400 Block of W Pine Lake Rd for a report of a suspicious vehicle. 

On arrival officer spoke with the complainant and was informed of a vacant residence where 
persons were observed around the property. Complainant stated that the subjects left prior 
to officer arrival. 

Officer checked the vacant property and found everything to be secured.


Officer(s)
Alan Shaffer 926




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0663 07 
Date: 07/14/2020 19:40:00

Mental
1240 Conser Dr

Caller/Complainant: EMS


Officer responded to the 1200 block of Conser Dr to assist EMS personnel with a reported 
mental health patient. 

On arrival, Officer spoke with complainant and mentally ill patient and determined that the 
individual was not a threat to any persons or
themselves. Once EMS personnel arrived on scene. 

Officer stood by while EMS personnel spoke with the reported mentally ill patient. After 
EMS no longer needed assistance, Officer cleared.


Officer(s)
Alan Shaffer 926




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0662 07 
Date: 07/14/2020 16:40:00

Disabled vehicle
Depot Rd at State Route 45


While on patrol, Officer viewed a vehicle at the intersection of Depot Rd and SR 45 within 
the intersection. Officer made contact with the driver and was informed that the vehicle was 
out of gas. Officer then assisted the driver by pushing the vehicle off of the roadway. 

Once the vehicle was off of the roadway, the driver of the vehicle was able to arrange for 
gas to brought to the scene. Once the gas arrived all vehicle cleared without incident.


Officer(s)
Alan Shaffer 926




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0661 07 
Date: 07/13/2020 23:29:00

Noise Complaint
1360 W. State St, #5


Police responded to the above address for a noise complaint. It was advised that loud 
music was coming from a trailer. 

Upon arrival police made contact with a female subject and advised her of the complaint.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0660 07 
Date: 07/13/2020 20:59:00

Recovered property
Salem Police Department

Caller/Complainant: Salem Police Department


Police were advised to respond to Salem Police Department for recovered property found at 
McKinney's Furniture. 

Upon arrival police obtained a wallet belonging to a resident in Goshen Township. Dispatch 
contacted Goshen Police Department, and Perry Township Police turned over the property 
to Goshen Police. 

Goshen made contact with the owner, and returned the property.


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: 20 0659 07 
Date: 07/13/2020 16:47:00

Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
2785 Cunningham Road


Police were asked to responded to the 2000 blk of Cunningham Road for a report of a tree 
in the roadway. 

Upon arrival police advised dispatch of the location of the down tree. Leetonia Fire 
Department responded to the scene while police blocked off Cunningham Road at 344 
Franklin Ave until the tree was removed from the roadway.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0658 07 
Date: 07/13/2020 15:41:00

Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
Cunningham Road


Police responded to Cunningham Road for a low hanging tree branch. Upon arrival police 
were able to break off most of the low hanging limb to avoid contact with vehicles.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928 
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0657 07 
Date: 07/13/2020 15:19:00

Vehicle Lock Out
801 N Ohio BLVD


Police responded to the 800 blk of N. Ohio BLVD for a vehicle lockout with a three year old 
child inside. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the residents and were advised of the situation. Police were 
able to unlock the vehicle, and got the child out safely.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922 
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0656 07 
Date: 07/13/2020 14:02:00

Alarm drop
347 W. Pidgeon Rd

Caller/Complainant: ADT


Officer responded to a reported residential alarm at 347 W. Pidgeon Rd. 

Officer arrived and checked the residence. Officer found the residence to be secure and 
cleared without incident.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0655 07 
Date: 07/13/2020 12:37:00

Medical
1176 W. Perry St.

Caller/Complainant: CST Life Link


Officer responded to a report of an unknown medical at 1176 W. Perry St. 

Officer arrived along with the FD. Officer found no one at the residence and contact could 
not be made with Dawn Boop. Officer cleared without incident.




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0654 07 
Date: 07/13/2020 12:06:00

Welfare Check
2381 Goshen Rd

Caller/Complainant: YPD


Officer responded to a requested welfare check at 2381 Goshen Rd. The complainant 
stated that she had made threats of harming herself. 

Officer made contact with Alice . She was upset and did not agree with what the doctor told 
her. She stated that she was fine and was not going to harm herself.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922 
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0653 07 
Date: 07/13/2020 03:24:00

Threats or harassment
1247 Elberon Ave.


Police responded to the above address for a threat report. It was advised from the 
complainant that her son was driving intoxicated and was going to show up to the residence 
and kick in the door and take her dog. 

Upon arrival police spoke to the complainant and while doing so police observed the 
complainants son in a vehicle who turned off on a side road. Police attempted to locate the 
vehicle making negative contact. Police responded back to the residence to speak with the 
complainant
again. The complainant agian advised that her son was very intoxicated and was making 
threats on harming himself tonight and for the past two months. 

Police was able to locate the vehicle through cell towers. The vehicle was located in Lisbon 
at a residence believed to be his grandmothers house. Perry Twp Pd requested CCSO to 
do a well being check on the individual. No one came to the door. The individuals cell 
phone was then pinged in the city on Arch St. Perry Twp and Salem PD responded making 
negative contact.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0652 07 
Date: 07/12/2020 19:18:00

Injury accident
SR9 near Saxon Club


Perry Township police assisted Lisbon OSP with a injury accident on SR 9 just outside the 
Township, Police assisted with traffic control until the scene was cleared.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930

External Agency(s)
Post#15 - OSP 
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0651 07 
Date: 07/12/2020 18:02:00

Disabled vehicle
SR-9/ Cider Mill Rd

Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Officers were requested by Salem PD to check the area of State Route 9 near Cider Mill 
Rd. for a possible disabled vehicle.

Officers located the vehicle off the roadway in the driveway of the Saxon Club. Officers 
advised Dispatch that the vehicle was not occupied and was not a traffic hazard. 

Officers the cleared the incident.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0650 07 
Date: 07/12/2020 14:21:00

Medical
1118 W. Perry St.

Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Police responded to the 1100 blk of W. Perry St. for a reported medical. Upon arrival police 
stood by with Perry FD until the subject was taken to the Salem Emergency Room.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923

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: 20 0649 07 
Date: 07/12/2020 10:06:00

Animal complaint
W. Pine Lake Rd. at Allen Rd.


Police responded to the area of W. Pine Lake Rd. near Allen Rd. for a report of a barking 
dog in the area. 

Upon arrival police sat stationary but did not hear any barking dogs.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0648 07 
Date: 07/12/2020 01:03:00

Juvenile complaint
1360 W State St, #8


Police responded to the above address to speak with the complainant and her twelve year 
old grandson. The complainant advised she believed that he is intoxicated. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the juvenile and he did admit to police to sneaking and 
consuming alcohol. Police advised the complainant to contact the juvenile court if she with 
to pursue delinquency charges .

The complainant advised she would do that.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0647 07 
Date: 07/11/2020 20:45:00

Investigate complaint - Under Investigation
1143 W. Perry Street

Caller/Complainant: James Houshour


Officers responded to the 1100 block of W. Perry St. for a dispute between a landlord and 
the complainant. The complainant, James Houshour stated that he is in the process of 
moving out and his landlord entered the property while he was not there and removed items 
from the property. James did advise that he is no longer living at this address. 

Officers did document the damage done to the items and advised that they would look into 
the matter.



Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0646 07 
Date: 07/11/2020 19:23:00

Theft
1236 N. Lincoln Ave, #5


Police responded to the 1200 blk of N. Lincoln Ave for a theft report. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the resident who stated his window was open and he was 
missing prescription medication from his room. Police checked the residence, no forced 
entry was made. Police have a report on file.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928 
Ryan Connolly 930





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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0645 07 
Date: 07/11/2020 12:15:00

Suspicious person
Circle K  1827 S. Lincoln Ave

Caller/Complainant: Chief Emigh


Police responded to the 1800 blk of S. Lincoln Ave for a report of a suspicious person in the 
parking lot who had been there for hours. 

Upon arrival police made contact with the male subject and asked if he was okay. The 
subject stated that he had only been there a few minutes and he was scratching off his 
lottery tickets and was about to leave. 

Police stayed in the area until the vehicle left.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0644 07 
Date: 07/11/2020 11:50:00

Welfare Check
Circle K  1827 S. Lincoln Ave

Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Police responded to the 1800 blk of S. Lincoln Ave to conduct a welfare check on a male 
subject passed out in the parking lot. Upon arrival police checked the area but did not locate 
anyone in the parking lot.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0638 07 
Date: 07/09/2020 18:03:00

Domestic Complaint - Arrest Made
1129 W. Perry St, #104


Officer responded to a report of a domestic. Officer met with the victim at 1133 Prospect St 
Apt #8A. Officer spoke with the victim, Jamie Allen, at Salem Acres. The victim stated that 
she was assaulted at her residence 1129 W. Perry St Apt #104 by her boyfriend, Brandon 
Hoschar (25). 

Officer did observe visible injuries on the victim. Officer collected a statement from the 
victim along with pictures of the injuries. Officer made contact with Brandon Hoschar in the 
parking lot of 1129 W. Perry St.

Officer took Brandon Hoschar into custody for Domestic Violence and transported him to 
County Jail. Mr. Hoschar was charged with Felony Domestic Violence.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0639 07 
Date: 07/10/2020 01:36:00

Disabled vehicle
2200 block of N. Lincoln Ave


Police were dispatch to the 2000 block of N. Lincoln Ave for a disabled 2006 tan Chevy 
Cobalt. 

On arrival, Officer made contact with the driver of said vehicle a Terrionna Flowers (20) of 
Youngstown OH. Flowers stated she just left work and was on her way home when the 
vehicle died. 

Dispatch was advised to contact Sinsley's Towing at the request of Flowers. Sinsley's 
arrived and said vehicle was towed to Flowers residence in Youngstown OH, and officer 
cleared.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0637 07 
Date: 07/09/2020 04:55:00

Welfare Check
1008 Stewart Rd.


Police were dispatch to the 1000 block of Stewart Rd. for a welfare check. 

On arrival, Officer made contact with a female subject who seemed to be very disoriented. 
After further investigation, it was determined the subject had accidentally over medicated 
themselves. 

KLG responded and the subject went voluntarily to Salem Regional Hospital to be further 
evaluated.


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: 20 0636 07 
Date: 07/08/2020 13:31:00

Domestic Complaint
187 Plymouth


Police called to a domestic between a male and female who had just left court over a 
divorce. The male Paul Miller who has not lived at the residence for the past 6 months 
showed up at the residence demanding to be let into the residence. 

Police spoke with Mr. Miller who advised police that he had a court order to retrieve his 
belongings from the residence. The female had placed his belongings out on the porch for 
him to retrieve. Officer checked and found that there was no court order and that the 
Sherriff Deputy was not enroot to serve any such papers. 

Mr. Miller was advised that he should leave before he got arrested and in the future to make 
sure he had a court order in his hands.


Officer(s)
Chief Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0635 07 
Date: 07/07/2020 18:33:00

Narcotics complaint
Church of Christ


Officer responded to the 400 Block of Georgetown Rd for a report of a male possibly being 
under the influence of drugs. Prior to arrival, dispatch informed that the complainant was 
awaiting the officers arrival. 

On arrival, Officer met with the complainant and male suspect. Complainant reported that 
her boyfriend had consumed drugs and was concerned for his safety. Officer spoke with the 
male who admitted to using methamphetamines on the previous day. 

Officer requested the male to be evaluated by EMS. Shortly after EMS personnel arrived on 
scene and evaluated the male subject and reported the male to be fine.


Officer(s)
Alan Shaffer 926




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0634 07 
Date: 07/07/2020 21:31:49

Misdemeanor Warrant - Arrest Made



Officer responded to the 1400 block of W State St for a report of a single vehicle accident 
into a ditch. 

On arrival officer spoke with the driver identified to be William McFarland Jr. William was 
found to have an active warrant through the Columbiana County Sheriff's Officer for failure 
to appear. 

At the conclusion of the accident, William was placed under arrest for the warrant.


Officer(s)
Alan Shaffer 926



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0633 07 
Date: 07/07/2020 16:12:00

Property Damage Accident - Citation Issued


Officer responded to the 1400 block of W State St for a report of a single vehicle accident 
into a ditch. 

On arrival officer spoke with the driver identified to be William McFarland Jr. William was 
found to driving on a suspended license along with having an active warrant through the 
Columbiana County Sheriff's Officer for failure to appear. The driver was issued a traffic 
summons and placed under arrest for the warrant.


Officer(s)
Alan Shaffer 926




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0632 07 
Date: 07/07/2020 11:24:00

Alarm drop
1032 Colonial Dr.

Caller/Complainant: Brinks Home Security


Officer responded to a report of a residential alarm at 1023 Colonial Dr. 

Officer arrived and found the homeowner present. The homeowner stated that everything 
was fine. Officer cleared without incident.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0635 07 
Date: 07/07/2020 18:33:00

Narcotics complaint
Church of Christ


Officer responded to the 400 Block of Georgetown Rd for a report of a male possibly being 
under the influence of drugs. Prior to arrival, dispatch informed that the complainant was 
awaiting the officers arrival. 

On arrival, Officer met with the complainant and male suspect. Complainant reported that 
her boyfriend had consumed drugs and was concerned for his safety. Officer spoke with the 
male who admitted to using methamphetamines on the previous day. 

Officer requested the male to be evaluated by EMS. Shortly after EMS personnel arrived on 
scene and evaluated the male subject and reported the male to be fine.


Officer(s)
Alan Shaffer 926




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0634 07 
Date: 07/07/2020 21:31:49

Misdemeanor Warrant - Arrest Made



Officer responded to the 1400 block of W State St for a report of a single vehicle accident 
into a ditch. 

On arrival officer spoke with the driver identified to be William McFarland Jr. William was 
found to have an active warrant through the Columbiana County Sheriff's Officer for failure 
to appear. 

At the conclusion of the accident, William was placed under arrest for the warrant.


Officer(s)
Alan Shaffer 926



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0633 07 
Date: 07/07/2020 16:12:00

Property Damage Accident - Citation Issued


Officer responded to the 1400 block of W State St for a report of a single vehicle accident 
into a ditch. 

On arrival officer spoke with the driver identified to be William McFarland Jr. William was 
found to driving on a suspended license along with having an active warrant through the 
Columbiana County Sheriff's Officer for failure to appear. The driver was issued a traffic 
summons and placed under arrest for the warrant.


Officer(s)
Alan Shaffer 926




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0632 07 
Date: 07/07/2020 11:24:00

Alarm drop
1032 Colonial Dr.

Caller/Complainant: Brinks Home Security


Officer responded to a report of a residential alarm at 1023 Colonial Dr. 

Officer arrived and found the homeowner present. The homeowner stated that everything 
was fine. Officer cleared without incident.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0631 07 
Date: 07/07/2020 00:07:00

Suspicious vehicle
Cry Baby Bridge


Officer on patrol noticed a vehicle parked at the above location. Officer checked each 
individual in the car for warrants and all came back negative. 

Police advised them to be on their way.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0630 07 
Date: 07/06/2020 20:21:00

Misdemeanor warrant - Arrest Made
W State Street at Country Club Lane

Caller/Complainant: PTL J. Smith


Police conducted a traffic stop on W State Street at Country Club Lane, on a 1998 
Chevrolet Silverado (red) for a failure to appear warrant out of Columbiana County. Police 
spoke with the owner/operator Christopher Lanning (33) of Alliance, Ohio and advised him 
of the warrant. 

Police took Lanning into custody, until Columbiana County Sheriffs Deputy arrived to 
transport Lanning to the Jail. Lanning's vehicle was removed from the scene by a family 
member.


Officer(s)
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: 20 0629 07 
Date: 07/06/2020 19:17:00

Identity Theft /Fraud
1351 Georgetown Road


Police spoke with the complainant by phone in reference to a fraud /scam. The complainant 
stated that he gave all his personal information over the phone to an unknown caller that 
stated they worked for Key Bank, before realizing it was a scam. The complainant 
contacted his bank afterwards to advised the bank of the call. 

The complainant was advised of his options.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0628 07 
Date: 07/06/2020 16:42:00

Animal complaint
367 E Pine Lake Road


Police responded to the 300 blk of E Pine Lake Road for a barking dog complaint, from an 
anonymous call. 

Police located the owners and advised them of the complaint.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0627 07 
Date: 07/06/2020 14:52:00

Animal complaint
983 Benton Road

Caller/Complainant: Jim Treharn


Police responded to the 900 blk of Benton Road for a barking dog complaint. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the complainant, the complainant advised police the animal 
in question belongs to a resident on N. Ohio BLVD. 

Police located the owners and advised them of the complaint.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0626 07 
Date: 07/06/2020 13:47:00

Assist other Agency
2203 SR-45


While on patrol officers were flagged down by a complainant who advised of an accident 
possibly in the township near the Salem Golf Course. 

Officers checked the area and found the accident to be outside of the Township and that 
there were injures . Officers advised dispatch who already had medical enroute. Due to the 
injuries officers remained on scene until OSP and the an ambulance arrived on scene. 

While on scene officers were able to gather each driver and passengers information to turn 
over to the Highway Patrol once they arrived. 

Once OSP arrived on scene. officers cleared without incident.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930

External Agency(s)
Post#15 - OSP




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0625 07 
Date: 07/06/2020 08:56:00

Animal complaint
1735 S. Lincoln Ave.


Officers responded to the 1700 block of S. Lincoln Ave. for a possible car v. animal. Officers 
checked the area and had negative contact with any deceased or injured animals in the 
roadway. Officers were advised that the driver of the vehicle was at Sparkle Market in the 
city. 

Officers made contact with John Gottschling who advised that there was no damage to his 
vehicle and that he did not wish for a crash report.

Officers cleared the scene.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0624 07 
Date: 07/05/2020 22:35:00

Assault - Arrest Made
701 Bethel Dr

Caller/Complainant: Jessie Mcarter


Police responded to a report of an assaults that occurred in the 700 block of Bethel Dr. 

On arrival, Officer made contact with Holly Bloom (44) of Salem Oh, who had visible injuries 
and stated that she had been assaulted by Jessie Mcarter (44) of Salem Oh. Officer then 
made contact with Mcarter who also had visible injuries and stated that she had been 
assaulted as well. 

Both parties were arrested and booked for assault. 

Officer cleared nothing further.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927
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: 20 0623 07 
Date: 07/05/2020 20:27:00

Motorcycle/ATV complaint
Old Coach Ln

Police responded to Ansley Way and Old Coach Ln for an anonymous complaint about a 
green gator ATV driving around on the roadway by juveniles. 

On arrival, officer located a green John Deer Gator ATV in the driveway of 658 Brittney Ln. 
Officer was unable to observe anyone operating said gator at this time. 

Officer advised the owner of said Gator that juveniles are not to be operating said gator on 
the roadway with out a proper license.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0622 07 
Date: 07/05/2020 19:43:00

Animal complaint
2700 Block Cunningham Rd


Police were dispatched to assist Columbiana County Sheriffs Office with a call regarding 
approximately 5-7 horses in the 2700 block of Cunningham Rd running loose. 

On arrival, officer checked the area several times, but was unable to locate any horses 
running loose.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0621 07 
Date: 07/05/2020 18:40:00

Civil Complaint
1360 W. State St.


Police were dispatched to a report of a civil matter regarding a subject that was evicted. 

On arrival, Officer made contact with the complainant who stated that their was a subject 
that was evicted but still coming to the residence. Officer was advised that the subject that 
was evicted was there visiting family member. 

Complainant was advised with civil options and officer cleared.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0620 07 
Date: 07/04/2020 23:05:00

Reckless Operator
SR45


Police responded to the above area for a reckless driver. It was advised the driver may be 
intoxicated. 

Upon arrival police was unable to locate said vehicle.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0619 07 
Date: 07/04/2020 19:05:00

Misdemeanor warrant - Arrest Made
E Pidgeon Road at Summerset


Police conducted a traffic stop on E. Pidgeon Road at Summerset, on a 2005 Jeep Liberty 
(green) for a marked lanes violation. Police spoke with the owner/operator Jamie Allen (28) 
of Salem, Ohio and advised Allen of the violation. 

Upon further investigation police found the passenger Brandon Hoschar (24) of 1129 W. 
Perry Street Salem, Ohio 44460 had an active warrant for theft out of Columbiana County 
Sheriffs Office. Police took Hoschar into custody and issued the driver a citation for marked 
lanes violation with a court date of 7/17/2020 at 8:30 am in the Columbiana County 
Municipal Court. 

Hoschar was handed over to Deputy's to be transported to the jail.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928
Dwaine Craig 927

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




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0618 07 
Date: 07/04/2020 13:12:00

Motorcycle/ATV complaint
Old Coach Lane at Hearthside Dr.


Police responded to the area of Old Coach Lane at Hearthside Dr. for a report of a gator 
being driven on the roadway. 

Upon arrival police found that the gator was already parked with no one around. The gator 
does have proper markings to allow it to be driven on the roadway.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0617 07 
Date: 07/04/2020 10:56:00

B & E
1634 State Blvd.

Caller/Complainant: Tiffany Deville


Police responded to the 1600 blk of State Blvd. for a reported Breaking and Entering 
complaint. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the complainant who advised that sometime within the last 
(4) days a unknown person(s) broke into their unattached garage and stole some items and 
graffitied the door. The complainant advised that their neighbors have security cameras on 
their property that may face the garage. 

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: 20 0616 07 
Date: 07/04/2020 04:11:00

Suspicious person
300 Blk of Benton Rd


Police on patrol noticed three individuals walking in the roadway. 

Upon speaking with the individuals it was advised they were going to a residence right 
down the street. After running each individual to check for warrants all came back negative 
police sent them on their way.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0615 07 
Date: 07/04/2020 01:01:00

Alarm drop
Saxon Club

Caller/Complainant: 21st Century


Police responded to the above for an alarm drop. Upon arrival police checked the exterior of 
the business and all was secure .

No keyholder responded.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0614 07 
Date: 07/03/2020 21:31:00

Noise Complaint
1114 Beechwood Rd

Caller/Complainant: Kathy Long


Officer responded to a report of fireworks on Beechwood Rd. The complainant advised that 
they are coming from behind her house. 

Officer checked the area and found that the fireworks were coming from 1071 Colonial Dr. 
Officer spoke with the homeowner and he stated that he would stop for the night.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0613 07 
Date: 07/03/2020 19:33:00

Noise Complaint
1176 W. Perry St.


Officer responded to a report of fireworks on W. Perry St. The complainant advised that 
they are coming from somewhere over on Liberty St. 

Officer checked the area but could not locate any fireworks.




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0612 07 
Date: 07/03/2020 17:41:00

Noise Complaint
Area of the Golf Club


Officer responded to a report of fireworks in the area of the Golf Club on SR 45. Officer 
checked the area but could not locate any fireworks.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0611 07 
Date: 07/03/2020 11:11:00

Alarm drop
810 Main St.

Caller/Complainant: 21st Century


Police responded to the 80 blk of Main St. for a reported commercial alarm. 

Upon arrival police checked the exterior of the building finding all doors secure.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923 
Chief Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0610 07 
Date: 07/03/2020 10:46:00

Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
Cunningham Rd. at SR 344

Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Police responded to the area of Cunningham Rd. near SR 344 for a report of a tree blocking 
the roadway. 

Upon arrival, police checked the entire length on Cunningham Rd. and did not find any road 
obstructions.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0609 07 
Date: 07/03/2020 00:15:00

Juvenile complaint
N Lincoln Ave


Police responded to the above area for a juvenile walking on the roadway. Perry Twp Police 
had prior knowledge for a juvenile whom Salem PD was looking for. 

Perry Police contacted Salem PD via radio and obtained a description of the juvenile. The 
description matched and they responded to the scene and contacted the juveniles mother 
to come pick her up. Once the mother had her daughter 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: 20 0608 07 
Date: 07/02/2020 14:41:00

Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
1176 W. Perry St.


Police responded to the 1100 blk of W. Perry St. for a report of trash knocked over in the 
roadway. 

Upon arrival police checked the area and found all trash cans and bags to be upright and 
out of the roadway.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0607 07 
Date: 07/02/2020 14:10:00

Narcotics complaint
1505 Depot Rd.

Caller/Complainant: Barry Stevens


Police responded to the 1500 blk of Depot Rd. for a report of found drug paraphernalia. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the complainant who advised that they were mowing their 
yard when they came across the paraphernalia in their tree line. Police took the 
paraphernalia and disposed of it properly.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0605 07 
Date: 07/01/2020 19:07:00

Assist other unit
243 Plymouth Pl

Caller/Complainant: County SO


Officer responded with a Sheriff Deputy to 243 Plymouth Pl for a follow up on a prior PO 
violation. Negative contact was made at the residence with Andrew Steves. 

Officer cleared without incident.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0602 06 
Date: 06/30/2020 16:26:53

Identity Theft /Fraud

Caller/Complainant: Robert Reynolds


On this date, Officer met with a complainant in the area of 410 Benton Rd for a report of a 
fraud. While speaking with the complainant, it was found that they had watched a 
promotional Facebook video for a bicycle called Monday Getaway .

Complainant reported that they had sent $89.99 for the bicycle and did not receive it. 

Complainant was advised that a report would be on file for his bank.



Officer(s)
Alan Shaffer 926




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0604 06 
Date: 06/30/2020 20:01:00

Assist other unit
243 Plymouth Pl

Caller/Complainant: CCSO


Police requested to stand by with CCSO as they retrieve property from a CPO issued out of 
Columbiana County.


Officer(s)
Alan Shaffer 926




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0603 06 
Date: 06/30/2020 19:53:00

Property damage accident - Citation Issued


Officer responded to SR344 and Cunningham Rd for a report of a two car vehicle accident. 

On arrival officer spoke with all parties present and established that no injuries were being 
reported. Both drivers were cited and released from the scene.


Officer(s)
Alan Shaffer 926




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0601 06 
Date: 06/30/2020 10:08:00

Disabled vehicle
Cunningham RD

Caller/Complainant: Chief Emigh


Police checked on a motorist while on patrol who was having a issue with a trailer he was 
pulling do to the wheel falling off.




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0600 06 
Date: 06/29/2020 19:21:00

Assist other Agency
243 Plymouth Place

Caller/Complainant: Columbiana County Sheriff's Office


Police responded to the 200 blk of Plymouth Place to assist Columbiana County Sheriff's 
Office with a protection order violation .

Police stood-by until the suspect was in custody.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0599 06 
Date: 06/29/2020 15:53:00

Suspicious person
1700 block of Depot Rd

Caller/Complainant: Charles Double


Officer responded to a report of a suspicious person in the 1700 block of Depot Rd. The 
complainant stated that he was walking around the neighbor's house at 1738 Depot Rd and 
claimed to be looking for his dog. The complainant advised that the male was wearing a 
blue/white flannel shirt, shorts and gray ball cap. Officer checked the area and found a male 
matching that description walking in the 900 block of W. Pidgeon Rd. 

Officer identified the male as, Steven McGrew. Subject stated that he was walking to his 
house in Beloit. Subject was found not to be wanted and was advised to keep walking 
towards home.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0598 06 
Date: 06/29/2020 11:09:00

Civil Complaint
243 Plymouth Pl

Caller/Complainant: Denise Moore


Officer responded to a report of a civil issue with a vehicle. 

Officer arrived and spoke with the complainant. The complainant was waiting for a tow truck 
to remove her vehicle from the mother-in-laws driveway. The issue was the vehicle was 
removed in a timely maner per the mother-in-law and she had called for a different tow 
truck. 

The complainant's tow truck finally arrived and the vehicle was removed from the driveway.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0589 06 
Date: 06/26/2020 20:21:00

Animal complaint
801 N. Ohio Blvd.


Officers responded to the 800 block of N. Ohio Blvd. for a loose dog. Officers spoke to the 
owner of the k 9 who stated that the kids had let the dog out and that it took off after a 
rabbit. 

As officers were talking with the owner a one Amanda Douglas officers observed juveniles 
attempting to retrieve the dog from the wood line. 

Officers advised the owner of the complainant and they stated that they were in the process 
of working on a solution to keep the k9 in the yard.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0597 06 
Date: 06/28/2020 23:17:00

Medical
245 Springdale St.


Police responded to the above address for a medical. Upon arrival KLG was loading the 
male subject in the ambulance for transport to the hospital.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924

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: 20 0596 06 
Date: 06/28/2020 23:02:00

Noise Complaint
410 Benton Rd, #A1


Police responded to the above address for a noise complaint. 

Upon arrival police attempted to make contact with someone at the apartment responsible 
for making the noise. No one came to the door. 


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: 20 0595 06 
Date: 06/28/2020 18:13:00

Neighbor complaint
1807 Goshen Rd.


Police responded to a neighbor complaint in the 1800 block of Goshen Rd. 

On arrival, officer made contact with the complainant Stacie Biddle (34) of Salem Oh, who 
stated that her neighbor Robert Maurer (79) of Salem Oh, was shooting a BB gun in their 
direction. Biddle stated that there has been recent ongoing issues between the two parties. 

Officer made contact with Maurer, he stated that he was shooting a salt gun at fly's and ants 
on his porch. Officer observed Maurer to be in possession of a salt gun and not a BB gun. 

Officer advised Biddle that it was in fact a salt gun and not a BB gun and officer cleared.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0594 06 
Date: 06/28/2020 07:15:00

Animal complaint
SR 14F at Goshen Rd.


Police responded to the area of SR 14F near the Goshen Rd. overpass for a deer that 
reportedly jumped from Goshen Rd. onto SR 14F. 

Upon arrival police found that the deer had broken its back and was unable to move. Police 
humanly euthanized the deer and removed it from the roadway.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0593 06 
Date: 06/28/2020 05:07:00

DOA
1920 S. Lincoln Ave., #1


Police responded to the above address for an unresponsive female. 

Upon police and fire arrival Perry Twp. FD began CPR on the female until it was determined 
that she was a DNR recipient via paperwork. KLG ambulance contacted the county 
coroner's office and it was advised that they will be signing off on the death certificate. 

The female was transported by KLG to Stark Memorial Funeral Home. Once she was in the 
ambulance all first responder personnel cleared the scene without incident.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924

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




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0592 06 
Date: 06/27/2020 19:52:00

Traffic offense - Arrest Made
S. Lincoln Ave./ Chestnut Grove


Police conducted a traffic stop on S. Lincoln Ave near Chestnut Grove Road on a 2011 
Jeep Grand Cherokee (green) and found the owner/operator Ashley M Messenger (30) of 
2785 Cunningham Road Salem, Ohio was operating the vehicle out of the scope of her 
driving privilege's. 

After assistance from Salem Police Department canine handler and K -9 (argo) Ms. 
Messenger was subsequently charged with driving under an OVI suspension. Messenger 
and her passenger Jordan Mcmillan (25) of 6391 Fairfield School Road Columbiana, Ohio 
44408 were both charged with possession of drug paraphernalia (glass pipes with residue) 
and given a mandatory court date of 06/29/2020 at 8:30 am to appear in the Columbiana 
County Municipal.

Messengers father responded to the scene and secured the vehicle do to being parked on 
private property. 

Messenger and Mcmillian were transported to the Columbiana County Jail.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928 
Ryan Connolly 930

External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0591 06 
Date: 06/27/2020 19:25:00

911 hang-up
1310 East View Dr.

Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Officers were requested by Salem Police Department to assist with a 911 hang up inside 
the city in the 1300 block of East View Dr. Officers spoke to the home owner a Tim Jones 
who advised that his children were playing with the phone and that it was a false alarm. 

Officers cleared without incident.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0590 06 
Date: 06/26/2020 22:57:00

Noise Complaint
1956 S. Lincoln Ave.


Officers responded to the 1900 block of S. Lincoln Ave. for report of fireworks. 

Officers arrived in the area and had negative contact with anyone out side or lighting 
fireworks off. Officers cleared but remained in the area for a while longer and still had 
negative contact with anyone.




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0588 06 
Date: 06/26/2020 15:38:00

Drunk
Jennings Ave at W. State St.


Police on patrol came across a highly intoxicated female stumbling down the roadway with 
one shoe on. Police stopped the female and contacted Salem Police Dept. to respond due 
to being inside the city limits. 

The female was transported by KLG ambulance to the Salem Hospital ER.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923

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: 20 0587 06 
Date: 06/26/2020 05:25:00

Suspicious vehicle
1236 N. Lincoln Ave


Police responded to the above address for a suspicious vehicle in the drive way with 
several individuals in it. 

Upon arrival police spoke to the individual and they advised that they just got back from the 
hospital and was talking. 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: 20 0586 06 
Date: 06/26/2020 00:23:00

Noise Complaint
410 Benton Rd, #A1


Police responded to the above address for a noise complaint. It was advised that some 
juveniles were being loud in the next door apartment. 

Upon arrival it was quiet and police attempted to make contact with the juveniles. No one 
came to the door .


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: 20 0585 06 
Date: 06/25/2020 19:34:00

Domestic complaint
858 Georgetown Rd.

Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Salem PD received a call in reference to a domestic disturbance in the 800 block of 
Georgetown Rd. 

Police responded and spoke with the male party who advised his wife was there 
approximately an hour prior to this call. He advised they got into an argument and she left. 
Police spoke with the female over the phone who advised she went to get some of her 
belongings and they got into an argument. 

They were advised to work things out.


Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0584 06 
Date: 06/25/2020 17:23:00

Animal complaint
801 Ohio Blvd


Police responded to the 800 blk of Ohio Blvd for a report of a loose dog running around the 
neighborhood. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the dog owner who advised that the dog has a shock collar 
system to keep them in the yard but due to the dog being a young beagle sometimes he 
just takes off on a scent. 

The home owner quickly retrieved the dog with not further problems.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0580 06 
Date: 06/24/2020 22:14:00

Medical
1435 Elberon Ave.


Police responded to the 1400 block of Elberon Ave. for a report of a male subject making 
threats to harm himself. Police made contact with the subject who advised he did make 
threats to harm himself. 

He was voluntarily transported by KLG Ambulance to SRMC.


Officer(s)
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: 20 0579 06 
Date: 06/24/2020 18:42:00

Suicide attempt
400 block of Benton Rd.

Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Salem PD requested police in the 400 block of Benton Rd. for a report of a suicidal subject 
that tried to jump in front of a vehicle. 

Perry Twp. FD along with KLG Ambulance responded to the scene. The male subject 
voluntarily was transported to SRMC.


Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925

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




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0578 06 
Date: 06/24/2020 14:00:00

Animal complaint
867 Cunningham Rd.

Caller/Complainant: Wayne Johnson


Officer responded to a report of the neighbor's dog defecating in his yard. The complainant 
stated that the dog is owned by the house at 859 Cunningham Rd. 

The complainant has already made contact with the Dog Warden and his awaiting a 
response from them.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0577 06 
Date: 06/23/2020 22:16:00

Noise Complaint
1347 Cosner Dr.


Officers responded to the 1300 block of Cosner Dr. for a fireworks complaint. 

Officers spoke to a Michael Spiker who advised he had not been setting fireworks off but 
next to the house were multiple spent casing that contained fireworks. 

Officers advised Michael to cease for the night and he advised that they would.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0580 06 
Date: 06/24/2020 22:14:00

Medical
1435 Elberon Ave.


Police responded to the 1400 block of Elberon Ave. for a report of a male subject making 
threats to harm himself. Police made contact with the subject who advised he did make 
threats to harm himself. 

He was voluntarily transported by KLG Ambulance to SRMC.


Officer(s)
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: 20 0579 06 
Date: 06/24/2020 18:42:00

Suicide attempt
400 block of Benton Rd.

Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Salem PD requested police in the 400 block of Benton Rd. for a report of a suicidal subject 
that tried to jump in front of a vehicle. 

Perry Twp. FD along with KLG Ambulance responded to the scene. The male subject 
voluntarily was transported to SRMC.


Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925

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




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0578 06 
Date: 06/24/2020 14:00:00

Animal complaint
867 Cunningham Rd.

Caller/Complainant: Wayne Johnson


Officer responded to a report of the neighbor's dog defecating in his yard. The complainant 
stated that the dog is owned by the house at 859 Cunningham Rd. 

The complainant has already made contact with the Dog Warden and his awaiting a 
response from them.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0577 06 
Date: 06/23/2020 22:16:00

Noise Complaint
1347 Cosner Dr.


Officers responded to the 1300 block of Cosner Dr. for a fireworks complaint. 

Officers spoke to a Michael Spiker who advised he had not been setting fireworks off but 
next to the house were multiple spent casing that contained fireworks. 

Officers advised Michael to cease for the night and he advised that they would.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0575 06 
Date: 06/22/2020 20:36:00

Traffic offense - Citation Issued
W State Street at Idaho Ave

Caller/Complainant: PTL J. Smith


Police conducted a traffic stop on a 2008 Subaru Impreza (white) on W State Street near 
Idaho Ave. The owner/operator Steven P Summers (23) of Alliance was found to be 
operating the vehicle under a non compliance suspension, and outside the scope of his 
driving privilege's. 

Summer's was issued a citation for non compliance suspension and given a mandatory 
court date of 06/26/2020 at 8:30 am in the Columbiana County Municipal. 

Summer's and his female passenger were unable to get someone to retrieve the vehicle. 
Sinsley's 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

External Agency(s)
ST - Sinsley's Towing




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0576 06 
Date: 06/23/2020 05:20:00

Investigate complaint
245 Springdale St.

Caller/Complainant: Pauline Weingart


Police responded to the above address for power lines down. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the complainant who advised that she believes a trash truck 
took down the lines that lead to her residence causing her to lose half her power. The 
complainant stated she did not see which trash company it was just that it looked to be 
silver on the back of it. 

Police requested Perry Twp FD to the scene to assess the powerlines. Ohio Edison 
responded shortly after.


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: 20 0574 06 
Date: 06/22/2020 15:04:00

OH-1 Crash Report/ Injury - Citation Issued
US 62 bypass North of Pennsylvania Ave overpass

Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Officer responded to a one vehicle accident with possibly injury on US 62 bypass just north 
of the Pennsylvania Ave. overpass.

Officer arrived and found Unit #1 a Gray 2006 Honda CR-V driven by Irven Huff Jr (73) of 
Salem was traveling south on the US 62 bypass. Unit #1 lost control and struck the 
guardrail on the east side of the road. 

Unit # 1 was cited for Reasonable Control and given a court date of 07-07-20 at 0830 hours 
in Columbiana County Municipal Court. Unit #1 was towed from the scene by Sinsley's 
Towing. 

Mr. Huff was transported from the scene by KLG to Salem Regional for medical treatment.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922 
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0573 06 
Date: 06/22/2020 14:47:00

OH-1/Non Injury
1920 N. Lincoln Ave


Police responded to a two vehicle accident in the 1900 blk of N. Lincoln Ave. 

Upon arrival police found a 2008 Jeep Grand Cherokee (black) driven by Sky Cope (23) of 
Salem, Ohio was Northbound on N. Lincoln Ave and failed to see a 2009 Mercury Mariner 
(red) driven by Jacey Menough (19) of Salem, Ohio slowing in traffic to make a right hand 
turn into a residence in the 1900 blk of N. Lincoln Ave. Cope attempted to swerve, and 
struck the drivers side of Jacey Menough vehicle. 

Cope was issued a citation for ACDA and given a court date of 07/06/2020 at 8:30 am to 
appear in the Columbiana County Municipal. Both vehicle had minor damage and were 
driven from the scene.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928
Richard Kimble 922 




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0572 06 
Date: 06/22/2020 13:37:37

Identity Theft /Fraud
1272 Stewart Road

Caller/Complainant: Wilma Srock


Police spoke with the complainant reference her Social Security Check being sent to 
another account that is in her ex husbands name. The complainant states that she is getting 
no where with Social Security office on this matter. 

The complainant states that she has called several other agencies and is getting the run 
around.




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0571 06 
Date: 06/22/2020 10:12:00

Identity Theft /Fraud
1750 Harding Ave

Caller/Complainant: Peter Griehs


Police took a report of a possible scam involving target gift cards. The complainant was 
contacted by someone from Amazon claiming he had a large outstanding debt and was told 
to purchase credit cards and call them with the code numbers. 

The complainant realized after giving the information to the caller and realized he was 
frauded out of the money.


Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0575 06 
Date: 06/22/2020 20:36:00

Traffic offense - Citation Issued
W State Street at Idaho Ave

Caller/Complainant: PTL J. Smith


Police conducted a traffic stop on a 2008 Subaru Impreza (white) on W State Street near 
Idaho Ave. The owner/operator Steven P Summers (23) of Alliance was found to be 
operating the vehicle under a non compliance suspension, and outside the scope of his 
driving privilege's. 

Summer's was issued a citation for non compliance suspension and given a mandatory 
court date of 06/26/2020 at 8:30 am in the Columbiana County Municipal. 

Summer's and his female passenger were unable to get someone to retrieve the vehicle. 
Sinsley's 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

External Agency(s)
ST - Sinsley's Towing




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0576 06 
Date: 06/23/2020 05:20:00

Investigate complaint
245 Springdale St.

Caller/Complainant: Pauline Weingart


Police responded to the above address for power lines down. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the complainant who advised that she believes a trash truck 
took down the lines that lead to her residence causing her to lose half her power. The 
complainant stated she did not see which trash company it was just that it looked to be 
silver on the back of it. 

Police requested Perry Twp FD to the scene to assess the powerlines. Ohio Edison 
responded shortly after.


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: 20 0574 06 
Date: 06/22/2020 15:04:00

OH-1 Crash Report/ Injury - Citation Issued
US 62 bypass North of Pennsylvania Ave overpass

Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Officer responded to a one vehicle accident with possibly injury on US 62 bypass just north 
of the Pennsylvania Ave. overpass.

Officer arrived and found Unit #1 a Gray 2006 Honda CR-V driven by Irven Huff Jr (73) of 
Salem was traveling south on the US 62 bypass. Unit #1 lost control and struck the 
guardrail on the east side of the road. 

Unit # 1 was cited for Reasonable Control and given a court date of 07-07-20 at 0830 hours 
in Columbiana County Municipal Court. Unit #1 was towed from the scene by Sinsley's 
Towing. 

Mr. Huff was transported from the scene by KLG to Salem Regional for medical treatment.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922 
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0573 06 
Date: 06/22/2020 14:47:00

OH-1/Non Injury
1920 N. Lincoln Ave


Police responded to a two vehicle accident in the 1900 blk of N. Lincoln Ave. 

Upon arrival police found a 2008 Jeep Grand Cherokee (black) driven by Sky Cope (23) of 
Salem, Ohio was Northbound on N. Lincoln Ave and failed to see a 2009 Mercury Mariner 
(red) driven by Jacey Menough (19) of Salem, Ohio slowing in traffic to make a right hand 
turn into a residence in the 1900 blk of N. Lincoln Ave. Cope attempted to swerve, and 
struck the drivers side of Jacey Menough vehicle. 

Cope was issued a citation for ACDA and given a court date of 07/06/2020 at 8:30 am to 
appear in the Columbiana County Municipal. Both vehicle had minor damage and were 
driven from the scene.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928
Richard Kimble 922 




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0572 06 
Date: 06/22/2020 13:37:37

Identity Theft /Fraud
1272 Stewart Road

Caller/Complainant: Wilma Srock


Police spoke with the complainant reference her Social Security Check being sent to 
another account that is in her ex husbands name. The complainant states that she is getting 
no where with Social Security office on this matter. 

The complainant states that she has called several other agencies and is getting the run 
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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0571 06 
Date: 06/22/2020 10:12:00

Identity Theft /Fraud
1750 Harding Ave

Caller/Complainant: Peter Griehs


Police took a report of a possible scam involving target gift cards. The complainant was 
contacted by someone from Amazon claiming he had a large outstanding debt and was told 
to purchase credit cards and call them with the code numbers. 

The complainant realized after giving the information to the caller and realized he was 
frauded out of the money.


Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0570 06 
Date: 06/21/2020 17:13:00

Suspicious vehicle
New Garden Road at SR 45

Caller/Complainant: Barbara Lutz


Police responded to the area of New Garden Road at state route 45 for a suspicious 
vehicle. Upon arrival police spoke to the complainant who stated a Chevrolet Colorado 
(silver) had been following the complainant for over an hour from North Jackson, Ohio. 
Police notified Salem Police who conducted a traffic stop on the vehicle on N. Ellsworth Ave 
in the City of Salem. 

Police had found the complainant had turned around on the suspects property in North 
Jackson, Ohio, the suspect was following the complainant do to multiple break-in's on his 
property. Police advised the suspect to contact police in the future instead of following 
suspicious vehicles.


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: 20 0569 06 
Date: 06/21/2020 13:10:00

Civil Complaint
1115 W. Perry St.

Caller/Complainant: Donald Hall


Police responded to the 1100 blk of W. Perry St. for a report of a burglary. 

Upon arrival police found that the complainant had recently got out of jail and found his 
residence trashed. The complainant advised that it was his ex -roommate who was arrested 
with him but got out of jail a few days prior. Police explained to the complainant that it was a 
civil issue due to being roommates and the complainant understood but needed something 
on record due to a broken window in the basement.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0568 06 
Date: 06/21/2020 12:00:00

Suspicious person
US 62 at N. Lincoln Ave


Police responded to the area of US 62 at N. Lincoln Ave for a report of a male laying in the 
street. 

Upon arrival police found the male subject sitting in the ditch area. Police found that the 
subject had done yard work all day and was suffering from leg cramps and he pulled over to 
stretch out his legs.


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: 20 0566 06 
Date: 06/21/2020 03:28:00

Property Damage - Arrest Made
1360 W. State St, #2

Caller/Complainant: Robin Mohr


Police responded to the above address for a criminal damage report. It was advised from 
the complainant that Mike Dimko (57) Salem, Ohio 44460 had broken her TV, stereo, and 
other items. 

Upon arrival to the residence police spoke to Dimko about the broken TV. Police then spoke 
with the victim and obtained a written statement from her about what had happened. Police 
asked if she would like charges to be pressed and she stated yes. 

After the written statement was filled out police subsequently arrested Mike Dimko for 
criminal damage and transported him to the Columbiana County Jail where he was 
released into their custody. Police also documented the damages to the TV with photos.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0565 06 
Date: 06/21/2020 02:09:00

Civil Complaint
1356 W. State St.

Caller/Complainant: Joseph Long


Police responded to the above address for a civil complaint. Upon arrival police spoke to 
the complainant and it was advised that his girlfriend would not let him gather his 
belongings so that he could leave the residence. 

Police spoke with the female and advised her to go gather his belongings so that he could 
leave. The female did and the complainant went to his mothers who lives in the downstairs 
apartment. 

Police advised both parties to stay away from one another for the remainder of the morning.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0567 06 
Date: 06/21/2020 05:36:00

Vandalism
1356 W. State St

Caller/Complainant: Christina Minger


Police spoke with the complainant reference her front driver side tire being slashed. She 
believes she knows who did it but does not have proof however a name was given. 

Police then talked to the individual suspected of slashing the tire and he stated he had 
nothing to do with it and was inside his residence all night. 

Police advised a report would be on file for the incident.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0564 06 
Date: 06/20/2020 23:20:00

Investigate complaint
1153 Jones Dr.

Caller/Complainant: Barbara Price


Police responded to the above address in reference to loud bangs the complainant heard. It 
was advised she thought she heard what sounded like three gunshots. 

Police checked the area hearing nothing in the area. Police spoke to some other individual 
who was out and asked them if they heard anything and they advised that the saw some 
fireworks that was set off in the distance.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0563 06 
Date: 06/20/2020 21:51:00

Investigate complaint
236 Stewart Road


Police responded to the 200 blk of Stewart Road for a burn complaint. Police checked the 
residence and found a controlled burn.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0562 06 
Date: 06/20/2020 21:20:00

Assist other Agency
SR 344 near Cunningham Rd.

Caller/Complainant: Leetonia PD


Police responded to the area of SR 344 and Cunningham Rd. after Leetonia PD were 
attempting to stop a vehicle. Police arrived in the area and were advised the vehicle was no 
longer in sight. Police checked the area and were unable to locate anything.


Officer(s)
Channing Hank 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: 20 0561 06 
Date: 06/20/2020 16:25:00

Welfare Check
1356 W State Street


Police responded to the 1300 blk of W. State Street for a welfare check. Upon arrival police 
made contact with the residences, everything's ok.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0560 06 
Date: 06/20/2020 05:18:00

911 hang-up
701 E. Pidgeon Rd.

Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Police responded to the above address for a 911 hang-up. Upon arrival police spoke to an 
individual who advised she was fine and that it may have came from her sisters next door. 

Police confirmed the number that had called 911 and it was from next door. Police checked 
on an individual at that residence who also advised that she was fine and that she didn't 
know her phone had called 911. Police cleared after finding there was no problem.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0559 06 
Date: 06/20/2020 01:09:00

Suspicious vehicle
Cry Baby Bridge


Officer on patrol noticed 2 vehicles parked at the above location. Officer spoke with seven 
subjects and advised them they were trespassing. 

Police advised them to move along. The individuals complied and 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: 20 0558 06 
Date: 06/19/2020 14:40:00

Vandalism
1591 Harrison Ave

Caller/Complainant: Joseph Deslauriers


Police responded to the 1500 blk of Harrison Ave for a report of vandalism to a vehicle. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the complainant who advised that someone shot his vehicle 
with a 9mm round. The round struck his passenger door of his vehicle .

Police spoke with multiple neighbors in the area who all denied shooting. Police advised all 
subjects to only shoot in a safe direction and to be aware of their backstop.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0557 06 
Date: 06/19/2020 09:22:00

Suspicious person
1115 W. Perry


Police advised of subjects moving furniture out of an apartment and that the renter was 
currently in jail. Police responded and checked the area finding no one around.


Officer(s)
Chief Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0556 06 
Date: 06/18/2020 18:32:00

Juvenile complaint
Salem PD

Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Police responded to Salem PD to speak with a juvenile who resides in the Township. The 
juvenile advised she was going to her sisters house as she does not want to be at home. 

Police spoke with the mother over the phone who advised she would pick up the juvenile at 
a later time.


Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0555 06 
Date: 06/18/2020 18:08:00

Welfare Check
1240 W. State St.


Police responded to the 1200 block of W. State St. for a welfare check. Police made contact 
with the subject who advised he was fine.


Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0554 06 
Date: 06/18/2020 15:47:00

Welfare Check
410 Benton Rd., #A


Police responded to the 400 blk of Benton Rd. to conduct a welfare check on a family 
member who suffers from drug addiction and hasn't been heard from in days. 

Upon arrival police made contact with subject who agreed to leave with their family.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0553 06 
Date: 06/18/2020 13:56:35

Theft - Under Investigation
1189 W. Perry

Caller/Complainant: Dale Montgomery


Police spoke to complainant reference money missing from his bank account from 
unauthorized transactions. The complainant states that he is missing close to $1,000 and 
believes that the person who took it is currently in the EOCC for drug rehab .

Police will make an attempt to get photo of the subject using the ATM.


Officer(s)
Chief Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0552 06 
Date: 06/18/2020 03:01:00

Suspicious person
Circle K South, 1827 S. Linclon Ave.


Officers responded to the 1800 block of S. Lincoln Ave. for a report of a subject sleeping in 
the restroom of the business .

Officers arrived on scene and found the male to be awake and alert. Officers identified the 
subject a as Curtis Scharer V who stated that he was homeless and had just needed to use 
the restroom. Curtis asked if any homeless shelters were in the area other than 
Youngstown and officers were able to get in contact with the shelter on SR-45. Officers also 
got in contact with a case worker who was able to obtain a bed for the night for Curtis. 

Officers provided him with a curtesy transport to the shelter without incident.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0551 06 
Date: 06/17/2020 23:27:00

Suspicious person
382 Benton Rd.

Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Officers responded to 300 block of Benton Rd. for a suspicious male sleeping on the side of 
the road. Officers located the subject who was identified as Michael Schneider. Officers 
asked if Michael had taken any thing tonight and he stated that he had taken meth earlier. 

Officers requested an ambulance for Michael and he was transported to Salem Hospital to 
check his well being. Officers did not locate any illegal substances on or near Michael.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930

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




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0550 06 
Date: 06/17/2020 21:55:00

Suspicious vehicle
Dollar General, 1297 E. Pidgeon Rd.


Officer responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle sitting in the parking lot of Dollar 
General on SR 45. Caller stated that a camper had been sitting in the parking lot for a long 
period of time. 

Officer arrived and found that the camper left prior to officer's arrival.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0549 06 
Date: 06/17/2020 13:05:00

Juvenile complaint
Penn Star Trailer Park, 1360 W. State St. lot 8

Caller/Complainant: Cindy Lewis


Police responded to the 1300 blk of W. State St. for a report of a juvenile complaint. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the complainant who advised that their 12yo son was out of 
control and not listening. The complainant stated that they asked their son to turn off his 
phone he became aggressive and started pushing the complainant. Police asked the 
complainant if they wanted to pursue charges and they declined.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0548 06 
Date: 06/17/2020 10:57:00

Suspicious person
US 62 /North of E. Pinelake

Caller/Complainant: PD, Goshen


Police requested by Goshen PD to check for a male walking south on US 62 wearing all 
dark clothes trying to flag people down. Police checked the area of US 62 and SR 45 and 
was unable to locate any one walking.


Officer(s)
Chief Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0547 06 
Date: 06/17/2020 09:52:00

Reckless Operator
SR 344

Caller/Complainant: PD, Leetonia


Police checked for a reckless operator traveling west on SR 344 from Leetonia, Police 
advised of a red van driving in the opposite lane of travel forcing a vehicle off the road. 

Police checked from the city limits to old 558 having negative contact.



Officer(s)
Chief Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0546 06 
Date: 06/16/2020 14:23:00

Juvenile complaint
1360 W. State St., #8


Officer responded to a report of a juvenile complainant at 1360 W. State St Lot #8. Officer 
arrived and spoke with the juvenile's grandmother / complaint that has custody. Cindy Lewis 
stated that her 12 year old grandson had taken and drove Morgan Rattray's vehicle without 
permission at least twice. Cindy stated that her grandson just will not listen and she is at her 
wit's end with him. 

The grandson returned the vehicle this morning and no damage was reported to the 
vehicle. A report will be forwarded to the Juvenile Prosecutor for review.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0545 06 
Date: 06/16/2020 13:10:00

Suspicious vehicle
E. Pinelake Rd @ Crybaby bridge


Officer received a report of a suspicious vehicle sitting on Crybaby bridge with three 
teenagers around. Officer responded to the area but could not locate any vehicles or 
people.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0548 06 
Date: 06/17/2020 10:57:00

Suspicious person
US 62 /North of E. Pinelake

Caller/Complainant: PD, Goshen


Police requested by Goshen PD to check for a male walking south on US 62 wearing all 
dark clothes trying to flag people down. Police checked the area of US 62 and SR 45 and 
was unable to locate any one walking.


Officer(s)
Chief Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0547 06 
Date: 06/17/2020 09:52:00

Reckless Operator
SR 344

Caller/Complainant: PD, Leetonia


Police checked for a reckless operator traveling west on SR 344 from Leetonia, Police 
advised of a red van driving in the opposite lane of travel forcing a vehicle off the road. 

Police checked from the city limits to old 558 having negative contact.



Officer(s)
Chief Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0546 06 
Date: 06/16/2020 14:23:00

Juvenile complaint
1360 W. State St., #8


Officer responded to a report of a juvenile complainant at 1360 W. State St Lot #8. Officer 
arrived and spoke with the juvenile's grandmother / complaint that has custody. Cindy Lewis 
stated that her 12 year old grandson had taken and drove Morgan Rattray's vehicle without 
permission at least twice. Cindy stated that her grandson just will not listen and she is at her 
wit's end with him. 

The grandson returned the vehicle this morning and no damage was reported to the 
vehicle. A report will be forwarded to the Juvenile Prosecutor for review.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0545 06 
Date: 06/16/2020 13:10:00

Suspicious vehicle
E. Pinelake Rd @ Crybaby bridge


Officer received a report of a suspicious vehicle sitting on Crybaby bridge with three 
teenagers around. Officer responded to the area but could not locate any vehicles or 
people.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0544 06 
Date: 06/15/2020 22:01:00


Disabled vehicle
W State Street at Benton Road


While on patrol police came upon a disabled vehicle on W. State Street at Benton Road. 
Police assisted with getting the vehicle off the roadway.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0543 06 
Date: 06/15/2020 20:53:00


Traffic offense - Citation Issued
S. Lincoln ave at Chestnut Grove Road


Police conducted a traffic stop on a 1999 Ford E150 (blue) on S. Lincoln Ave at Chestnut 
Grove Road for expired registration .  Police spoke with the operator Jose Mendez (23) of 
Akron, Ohio 44306 who did not speak english. Police contacted Salem Police Department, 
who got police a translator. Police found the operator Jose Mendez to be operating the 
vehicle without a valid drivers license and fictitious plates. 

Mendez was issued a citation for no OL and fictitious plates. Mendez has a mandatory court 
date of 06/18/2020 in the Columbiana County Municipal Court. 

Sinsley's 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




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0542 06 
Date: 06/15/2020 12:37:00


Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
SR 14 @ Allen RD


Police responded to a large tree that had fallen and was blocking the road. Police arrived 
and stood bye while a business owner removed the large limb from the road with a skid 
loader.


Officer(s)
Chief Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0539 06 
Date: 06/14/2020 16:28:00

Trespassing Complaint
1794 Goshen Rd.


Police responded to the 1700 blk of Goshen Rd. for a report of a trespass Complainant. 

Upon arrival, police made contact with the complainant Bruce Dole who stated that two 
females cut through the field behind his building. Dole was concerned due to the recent 
theft of his motor vehicle and it was suspicious they were so close to his property /building. 
Dole was unable to give a good description of the females other then they were wearing 
shorts, shirts, had blond hair and both were white. 

Police checked the surrounding area for the two females matching the description but were 
unable to locate them.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0537 06 
Date: 06/13/2020 22:27:00


Motorcycle/ATV complaint
1824 Countryside Dr.


Officers responded tot he 1800 block of Countryside Dr. for a ATVs on the roadway. Officers 
spoke to the homeowner a Robert Shepherd who stated that they had just gotten the ATV 
that day and that it was not on the roadway, but they had been riding it on their property all 
day. 

Officers advised the homeowner that if the ATV entered the roadway they could be cited. 
The homeowner stated that they understood and officers cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0536 06 
Date: 06/13/2020 21:57:00

OH-1/Non Injury
SR45 at SR9


Police responded to SR45 at SR9 for a two vehicle accident without injury. Upon arrival 
police found a 2019 Ford F350 (silver) driven by Corey Wellendorf (27) of Salem, Ohio was 
eastbound on SR45 and failed to obey traffic control device and struck the side of a 2009 
Chevy Colbalt (blue) driven by Brooke Dustman (17) of Salem, Ohio who was also 
eastbound on SR45.

Wellendorf was issued a citation for traffic control device and given a court date of 
06/26/2020 at 8:30 am to appear in the Columbiana County Municipal. Wellendorf drove his 
vehicle away while Dustman's vehicle was removed from the scene by Sinsley's Towing.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928 
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0535 06 
Date: 06/13/2020 20:45:00


OH-1/Non Injury - Citation Issued
SR-344/ S. Cunningham Rd.


Officers responded to the area of SR-344 and S. Cunningham Rd. for a motor vehicle 
accident. Officers spoke to Carli Hochadel age 24 of Salem the driver of Unit #2 who stated 
that they were traveling southbound on SR-344 when Unit #1 pulled out in front of them 
causing them to strike Unit #1. 

Officers spoke to Megan Graham age 20 of Lisbon the driver of Unit #1 stated that when 
they entered the intersection they did not see Unit #2. 

The driver of Unit #1 was issued a citation for Failure to Yield and given a court date of 
06/26/2020 at 0830 in the Columbiana County Municipal Court.



Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930 
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0534 06 
Date: 06/13/2020 20:18:00


Suspicious vehicle
Eygpt Road at Cry Baby Bridge

Caller/Complainant: PTL J. Smith


While on Patrol police came upon two suspicious motorcycle at Cry Baby Bridge. Police 
made contact with the owner/operators and advised them of the trespassing. 

After obtaining their information police found one of the owner /operator Eric Bracken (25) 
of Ellwood City, PA to not have a motorcycle endorsement. Police issued Bracken a citation 
for no motorcycle endorsement with a mandatory court date of 06/13/2020 at 8:30 am in the 
Columbiana County Municipal.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928 
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0533 06 
Date: 06/13/2020 19:55:00


Emergency squad needed
1279 Elberon Ave


Officers responded to the 1200 block of Elberon Ave. for a medical call. 

Officers along with the FD assisted the FD with a lift assist. Once officers were no longer 
needed they cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930

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




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0532 06 
Date: 06/13/2020 11:21:00


Reckless Operator
N. Lincoln Ave at E. Pine Lake Rd.

Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Police responded to the area of N. Lincoln Ave near E. Pine Lake Rd. for a reported 
reckless driver. 

Upon arrival, police checked the area but did not locate the driver.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0531 06 
Date: 06/13/2020 02:33:00

Assist other unit
S. Ellsworth @ the tracks


Police came upon a vehicle in the roadway on S. Ellsworth Ave north of the train tracks with 
a male individual standing outside of it. It was found that the individual was urinating in the 
roadway. Police contacted Salem Pd to respond to the scene to speak with the individual. 

Perry Police stood by until 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: 20 0526 06 
Date: 06/11/2020 20:07:00

Juvenile complaint
1360 W. State St., #8


Police responded to the 1300 block of W. State St. for a juvenile complaint. The caller 
advised their 12 year old son goes to a neighbors residence when he is told not to. 

The caller was advised to speak with the juveniles case worker.


Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0525 06 
Date: 06/11/2020 19:20:00

Assist other Agency
840 W. Pershing St.


Police responded to the 800 block of W. Pershing St. to assist Salem PD with a person to 
be removed. Police stood by until the subject left.


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: 20 0530 06 
Date: 06/12/2020 06:50:00

Vandalism
1343 W. Pine Lake Rd.

Caller/Complainant: Brenda Blaine


Officer received a report for vandalism. Officer made contact with the complainant by 
phone. The complainant stated that she found that her mailbox missing this morning. The 
complainant stated that it appears that the mailbox was cut off with some type of saw and 
taken from the property.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0529 06 
Date: 06/12/2020 01:54:00

Domestic complaint
1356 W. State St

Caller/Complainant: Ashley Boley


Police responded to the above address for a domestic incident. It was advised that an 
object was thrown at the complainant .

Police observed no physical markings. The complainant left for the evening so that there 
would no longer be an issue. After she was picked up 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: 20 0528 06 
Date: 06/11/2020 23:17:00

Suspicious person
Goshen Rd overpass

Police responded to the area of the Goshen Rd. overpass for a suspicious male sitting 
there. 

Upon arrival police spoke to the individual who stated he was having a bad day. Police 
asked several time if the individual intended on hurting himself. The individual stated no. 

After talking to him for a while a friend came and picked him up and took him home and 
police cleared without incident.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924 
Channing Hank 925


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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0527 06 
Date: 06/11/2020 20:33:00

Fight - Arrest Made
1358 W. State St.


Police responded to the 1300 block of W. State St. for a report of a fight with 15 people 
involved. Salem PD also responded.

When police arrived it was determined it was an altercation between two subjects and 
neither party wished to pursue charges . One party left without incident. Mark D. Knight, 
after being told to leave numerous times with his mother, was taken into custody for 
Disorderly Conduct, Underage Consumption and Resisting Arrest. 

KLG Ambulance responded to the scene and transported Mr. Knight to the hospital as he 
advised of breathing problems. Mr. Knight was treated at the hospital and released where 
he was taken to Columbiana County Jail.


Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925

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




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0526 06 
Date: 06/11/2020 20:07:00

Juvenile complaint
1360 W. State St., #8


Police responded to the 1300 block of W. State St. for a juvenile complaint. 

The caller advised their 12 year old son goes to a neighbors residence when he is told not 
to. The caller was advised to speak with the juveniles case worker.


Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0524 06 
Date: 06/10/2020 01:23:00


Juvenile complaint
290 Idaho St

Caller/ Complainant: Robbie Armstrong


Police responded to the 200 blk of Idaho St. for a report of a Juvenile Complainant. 

Upon arrival, police made contact with the complainant who stated that her two 
grandchildren (11,12yo) who she has guardianship over are threating to runaway. The 
complainant stated that the juveniles have runaway two other times. 

Police counseled the two juveniles and advised them of the consequences of running away 
again.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0523 06 
Date: 06/09/2020 23:22:00


Suicide attempt
257 Apple St


Police responded to the 200 blk of Apple St. for a report of a suicidal subject. 

Upon arrival, police made contact with the subject walking down the street. The subject 
advised that he consumed a cup of liquid Drano as well as an unknown amount of alcohol .

Police had KLG responded to the scene and the subject was taken to Salem Regional for 
medical treatment.


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: 20 0522 06 
Date: 06/09/2020 19:24:00

Civil Complaint
1360 W. State St., #17


Police responded to 1360 W. State St. for a civil complaint. The caller advised his father 
borrowed some tools and would not give them back. 

Both parties argued over different belongings. Police advised it was civil and to talk to an 
attorney.


Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0521 06 
Date: 06/09/2020 18:08:00


Welfare Check
1852 SR 45, #9


Police responded to the 1800 block of SR 45 for a welfare check on the callers daughter. 
The caller advised he has not heard from her in two weeks. 

Police made contact with the daughter who advised she was fine.


Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0520 06 
Date: 06/09/2020 12:22:00


Domestic complaint
858 Georgetown RD


Police responded to a reported 911 call reference a domestic dispute between husband and 
wife. 

Upon arrival police spoke with both parties who was arguing over the wife wishing to move 
out and taking the kids. The female did leave the residence with her 2 children.


Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0519 06 
Date: 06/09/2020 10:04:00

Open door
451 W. Pinelake

Caller/ Complainant: Chief Emigh


Police observed an open door to a residence that has been unoccupied for several months, 
Police checked and secured the door after determining that the residence was secured.


Officer(s)
Chief Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0518 06 
Date: 06/08/2020 08:38:15


Caller/ Complainant: John Biddle


Police spoke with the complainant reference someone using his bank account to pay an 
electric bill for $ 100.00. 

The complainant was explained what he needs to do to get charges started.



Officer(s)
Chief Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0511 06 
Date: 06/05/2020 20:23:00


Suicide attempt
996 Georgetown Rd


Officer responded to 996 Georgetown Rd for a reported male possibly going to harm 
himself by taking pills. The complainant stated that her and her boyfriend, Robert 
Spaulding, was arguing earlier and now he sent her a picture of him holding pills in his 
hand. Officers arrived at the stated residence and spoke with the homeowner. 

The homeowner stated that Robert had left the residence about 15-20 minutes earlier. The 
homeowner stated that Robert did not say anything about being upset nor did he act like it. 

Once officer cleared, the complainant called back stating that she had spoke with Robert on 
the phone and she stated that he was alright.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0517 06 
Date: 06/08/2020 06:17:00


Alarm drop
1594 Manor Dr

Caller/Complainant: 21st Century


Police responded to the above address for an alarm drop. Upon arrival police was met by 
the property owner who advised everything was fine he just put in the code so the alarm 
sounded then entered the correct code and it stopped.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0516 06 
Date: 06/08/2020 05:41:00


Open door
1197 Jones Dr.

Caller/Complainant: Ptl Sanford


On patrol officer noticed a vehicle door open with no one around. Police spoke to the owner 
who advised that it was left open accidently by her son. the owner resecured the vehicle 
and police cleared.




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0515 06 
Date: 06/07/2020 15:52:00

Alarm drop
Ohio Edison Sub-Station

Caller/Complainant: Ohio Edison, Andrew


Police responded to a report of an alarm drop at the Ohio Edison Sub-Station off E. 
Pidgeon Rd. 

On arrival, Officer meet with an employee of Ohio Edison who provided entrance into the 
sub-station yard and building. Officer checked the area as well as the building and 
everything appeared ok and secure. 

Ohio Edison employee advised it was a possible faulty alarm and officer cleared.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0514 06 
Date: 06/07/2020 12:55:00


Threats or harassment
1002 Georgetown Rd.

Caller/Complainant: David Costa


Police responded to the 1000 blk of Georgetown Rd. for a report of harassment. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the complainant who advised that their step-son who recently 
moved out was constantly driving by their residence honking their horn and reeving their 
engines. The complainant advised that he doesn't want anything done but does want them 
to stop. 

Police attempted to speak to other party about this incident but were told by a "friend" that 
the subject had left prior to police arrival. After a brief investigation, police found that the 
"friend" was actually the offending party. Police subsequently issued charges for, Robert H. 
Spaulding (29) of Salem, OH, 44460 of Obstruction of Official Business.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0513 06 
Date: 06/07/2020 09:19:00


Property damage accident
1130 W. State St.


Police responded to the 1100 blk of W. State St. for a reported single vehicle accident. 

Upon arrival police found that a 2005 Mercury Montego (Silver) driven by James A. Culp 
(79) was backing out of his driveway and backed into a ditch. No damage was done to the 
vehicle. No injuries were reported.


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: 20 0512 06 
Date: 06/06/2020 00:13:00


Assist other unit
SR344

Caller/Complainant: Columbiana PD


Police responded to the above area to be on the look out for a vehicle that Columbiana PD 
was in a pursuit with. The vehicle never made it into Perry Twp. jurisdiction.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0509 06 
Date: 06/04/2020 14:55:00


OH-1/Non Injury - Citation Issued
Goshen Rd @ Beechwood Rd.


Officer responded to a reported two vehicle accident on Goshen Rd at Beechwood Rd. 
Officer arrived and found that Unit # 1 a Gold 2011 Ford F-150 driven by Chase Ackerman 
(20) of Salem was traveling north on Goshen Rd. Unit #2 a Green 2016 Jeep Renegade 
driven/owned by Ashley Sanor (34) of Salem was stopped in traffic waiting to turn left 
headed north on Goshen Rd.

Unit #1 failed to stop striking Unit #2 in the rear. Unit #1 was cited for ACDA and given a 
court date of 6-18-20 at 0830 hours in Columbiana County Municipal Court. Unit #1 
sustained functional damage and was driven from the scene. Unit #2 sustained disabling 
damage and was towed by AAA.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922 
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: 20 0508 06 
Date: 06/04/2020 12:13:00

Reckless Operator
45 bypass @ Depot

Caller/Complainant: 911


Police advised of a white Ford pick up driving erratic on the bypass. Police checked t he 
area and was unable to make contact with the vehicle.


Officer(s)
Chief Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0502 06 
Date: 06/02/2020 17:00:00

Investigate complaint
Country Saw & Knife


Police requested by Sinsley's Towing in the 1300 blk of W. State Street for an abandon 
vehicle at Country Saw & Knife. 

Upon arrival police found the registered owners information in the vehicle and made contact 
with him in the 1800 blk of Depot Road about the vehicle. The registered owner stated the 
vehicle had broke down. 

Police contacted Sinsley's Towing and the vehicle was dropped off at the residence.


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: 20 0501 06 
Date: 06/01/2020 16:31:00


Assault - Arrest Made
1115 W. Perry St.

Caller/Complainant: Donald Hall


Officers responded to a report of an active domestic at 1115 W. Perry St. Officers arrived 
and found both the complainant Donald Hall (34) and Kaine Copeland (29) highly 
intoxicated. Both claimed that they were assaulted by one another and had visible marks. 

Both Donald Hall and Kaine Copeland were taken into custody and charged with assault 
and disorderly intoxicated. Both were transported to the County Jail.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922 
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0500 06 
Date: 06/01/2020 14:43:00


Neighbor complaint
1203 Depot

Caller/Complainant: Jan Menough


Police spoke to complainant reference a ongoing problem with her neighbor, The 
complainant reporting that her neighbor was walking around his yard making grunting 
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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0499 06 
Date: 06/01/2020 01:14:00


Suspicious vehicle
Circe K , 1827 S. Lincoln Ave.

Caller/Complainant: Store clerk


Police responded to the above business for a suspicious vehicle. The store clerk believed it 
to be occupied and stated it hasn't moved from its spot in over an hour. 

Upon arrival police observed the vehicle to unoccupied. Police entered the store and talked 
to the clerk and asked if anyone was in side with her she stated no. The clerk gave a 
description of the male subject who was driving the vehicle. Police checked the are not 
locating anyone matching the description given.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0498 05 
Date: 05/31/2020 21:18:00


Domestic complaint
1115 W. Perry St.

Caller/Complainant: Donald Hall


Police were dispatch to a domestics dispute in the 1100 block of W. Perry St. Officer arrived 
and spoke to the complainant who stated that his ex girlfriend, Kacey Copland (29) of 
Sebring OH. punched him twice on the chin and tried choking him. 

Officer observed fresh scratches and red marks on the complainants neck. Officer was 
advised that Copland was possible en -route to Sebring OH. Officer checked the local area 
but was unable to locate Copland.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0497 05 
Date: 05/31/2020 17:50:00


Reckless Operator
500 block of old coach ln, Salem, Oh

Caller/Complainant: Mark Taylor


Police were dispatch to the 500 block of Old Coach Ln for a report of 2 juveniles riding a 
golf cart recklessly. 

On arrival, officer check the area and located a golf cart in the driveway of1720 Hearthside 
Dr. Officer contacted Timothy Stanley (65) of Salem OH. and advised of the complainant. 
Stanley stated that the Cart would be put away.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0496 05 
Date: 05/31/2020 12:28:00


Fight
1115 W. Perry St.

Police responded to the 1100 blk of W. Perry St. for a reported fight in progress with 
multiple people fighting. 

Upon arrival police separated all parties and spoke with them. All parties advised that the 
fight was all verbal over stolen property and no physical violence occurred. The female 
party involved found a ride and left the residence.


Officer(s)
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: 20 0499 06 
Date: 06/01/2020 01:14:00


Suspicious vehicle
Circe K , 1827 S. Lincoln Ave.

Caller/Complainant: Store clerk


Police responded to the above business for a suspicious vehicle. The store clerk believed it 
to be occupied and stated it hasn't moved from its spot in over an hour. 

Upon arrival police observed the vehicle to unoccupied. Police entered the store and talked 
to the clerk and asked if anyone was in side with her she stated no. The clerk gave a 
description of the male subject who was driving the vehicle. Police checked the are not 
locating anyone matching the description given.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0498 05 
Date: 05/31/2020 21:18:00


Domestic complaint
1115 W. Perry St.

Caller/Complainant: Donald Hall


Police were dispatch to a domestics dispute in the 1100 block of W. Perry St. Officer arrived 
and spoke to the complainant who stated that his ex girlfriend, Kacey Copland (29) of 
Sebring OH. punched him twice on the chin and tried choking him. 

Officer observed fresh scratches and red marks on the complainants neck. Officer was 
advised that Copland was possible en -route to Sebring OH. Officer checked the local area 
but was unable to locate Copland.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0497 05 
Date: 05/31/2020 17:50:00


Reckless Operator
500 block of old coach ln, Salem, Oh

Caller/Complainant: Mark Taylor


Police were dispatch to the 500 block of Old Coach Ln for a report of 2 juveniles riding a 
golf cart recklessly. 

On arrival, officer check the area and located a golf cart in the driveway of1720 Hearthside 
Dr. Officer contacted Timothy Stanley (65) of Salem OH. and advised of the complainant. 
Stanley stated that the Cart would be put away.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0496 05 
Date: 05/31/2020 12:28:00


Fight
1115 W. Perry St.

Police responded to the 1100 blk of W. Perry St. for a reported fight in progress with 
multiple people fighting. 

Upon arrival police separated all parties and spoke with them. All parties advised that the 
fight was all verbal over stolen property and no physical violence occurred. The female 
party involved found a ride and left the residence.


Officer(s)
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: 20 0489 05 
Date: 05/30/2020 14:21:00


Theft
1956 Cider Mill Rd.

Caller/Complainant: Gary Devan


Police spoke with a male complainant on station in reference to a theft in the 1900 blk of 
Cider Mill Rd. The complainant advised that sometime early this morning an unknown 
subject (s) driving a green truck with a loud muffler stole two wooden outdoor chairs from 
his residence. 

The complainant advised that they have modified the chairs so they would be easily 
identified if recovered.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0492 05 
Date: 05/30/2020 22:42:00


Noise Complaint
1133 Prospect St., #8A

Caller/Complainant: Brittnay Oesch


Officers responded to the 1100 block of Prospect St. for a noise complainant. 

Officers arrived in the area and did not hear any loud explosions or gun shots that the 
complainant stated had gone off. Officers did speak to residence in the area who stated that 
they had seen fireworks go off prior to officers arrival. 

Officers remained in the area for a few moments longer but still had negative contact with 
any individuals involved.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0491 05 
Date: 05/30/2020 20:48:00


Assault
1115 W. Perry St.

Caller/Complainant: Donald Hall


Officers responded to the 1100 block of W. Perry St. for a report of an assault. 

Officers spoke to the complainant who stated that his ex girlfriend, Kacey Copland tried to 
choke him. Officers spoke to Kacey who stated that the complainant had struck her in the 
face. 

Both parties did not wish to pursue any charges and Kacey stated that she was going to 
leave and return to her place of residence.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930
Jonathan Smith 928



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0490 05 
Date: 05/30/2020 14:48:00


Crash Report/ Injury
1735 S. Lincoln Ave


Police responded to the 1700 blk of S. Lincoln Ave for a report of a two vehicle accident 
with injuries. 

Upon arrival police found a 2019 Chevrolet Equinox (Gray) driven by Sandra Dawson (55) 
of Salem, Ohio 44460 was attempting to make a right hand turn onto S. Lincoln Ave from 
Fresh Mark, and failed to yield and was struck by a 2001 Chrysler PT Cruiser (silver) driven 
by Isaac Faulkner (19) of Salem, Ohio 44460 who was southbound of S. Lincoln Ave. 

Dawson was issued issued citation for Fail to yield and given a court date of 06-15-2020 at 
8:30 am to appear in the Columbiana County Municipal Court. Faulkner's passenger, Jack 
Faulkner sustained possible injuries and was transported to the Salem Hospital to be 
evaluated. 

Both vehicles sustained minor damage. Faulkner drove his vehicle away while Dawson's 
while was removed by Davidson's Towing.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928 
Alan Shaffer 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: 20 0488 05 
Date: 05/30/2020 12:26:00


Animal complaint
936 Benton Rd.


Police responded to the 900 blk of Benton Rd. for a reported loose dog. Upon arrival police 
checked the area but were unable to locate the animal.


Officer(s)
Alan Shaffer 926 
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0487 05 
Date: 05/30/2020 14:41:58


Road Hazard/ Debris on Road


Police were requested to respond to south Egypt Rd for a report of a tree blocking the 
roadway. 

On arrival, Officer met with bystanders who were removing the tree from the roadway. 
Officer made contact with the street department requesting assistance with the removal of 
the tree. 

On arrival of the street department officer cleared the scene.


Officer(s)
Alan Shaffer 926



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0486 05 
Date: 05/30/2020 10:50:56


Stolen vehicle - Under Investigation

Caller/Complainant: Berg James


Police spoke with a complainant on station in reference to a stolen vehicle from the 1900 
blk of N. Ellsworth Ave. The vehicle has been entered into LEADS.

(Update) The vehicle was located in the 200 blk of Benton Rd. and released to the owner.


Officer(s)
Alan Shaffer 926
Jordan Reynolds 923



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0485 05 
Date: 05/29/2020 20:19:00


Property damage hit-skip
1904 Depot Rd.

Caller/Complainant: Marjoy Greenisen


Officers responded to the 1900 block of Depot Rd. for a property damage accident. Officers 
spoke to the complainant who stated that someone had struck their garbage can. Officers 
documented the damage done to the garbage can and advised the complainant that a 
report would be made. 

The vehicle that had struck the garbage can had left the scene prior to officers arrival.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0484 05 
Date: 05/29/2020 19:59:00


Reckless Operator
SR-45

Officers responded to the area of SR-45 for a possible reckless driver. Officers searched 
the area for a white ford truck with an unknown company logo on the side and head 
negative contact with that vehicle.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0483 05 
Date: 05/29/2020 11:56:00


Medical
1160 Liberty St.

Perry Twp. FD


Police responded with the Perry Twp. FD and KLG Ambulance to the 1100 blk of Liberty St. 
for a reported medical. Upon arrival police assisted with the scene until no longer needed.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923
Richard Kimble 922


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




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0482 05 
Date: 05/29/2020 01:46:00

Stolen vehicle - Arrest Made
SR45 Near Benton Rd

Caller/Complainant: Ronald Poage


Police were dispatch to a report of an assault that occurred on SR45 near Benton Rd. On 
arrival, Officer made contact with the complainant who stated he was assaulted and the 
suspect stole his vehicle. 

Officer was able to locate the suspect by name, location and he was arrested and held 
without bond pending a mandatory court appearance.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927

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




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0481 05 
Date: 05/28/2020 23:27:00

OH-1/Non Injury - Under Investigation
SR45 @ Georgetown Rd


Police responded to a report of a hit skip accident with no injuries at SR 45 at Georgetown 
Rd. Officer arrived and found that Unit #2 a Grey 2011 Ford Fusion driven by Benjamin 
Krupp (24) of Lisbon / owned by Steven Krupp (21) of Lisbon was traveling East on 
Georgetown Rd from the stop sign making a left onto SR 45. 

Unit #1 a dark colored motorcycle with the operator and passenger unknown at this time 
was traveling west on Georgetown Rd. Unit #1 failed to yield the intersection of SR 45 and 
Georgetown Rd and struck Unit #2 then fled the scene. Unit #2 reported no injuries and 
sustained functional damage.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0480 05 
Date: 05/28/2020 20:32:00

Threats or harassment
1115 W. Perry St.

Caller/Complainant: Kaine Copeland


Police responded to the 1100 block of W. Perry St. for a report of a male subject that pulled 
a firearm. 

Police spoke with the complainant, who was highly intoxicated, who advised an unknown 
neighbor had pulled a firearm and pointed it at the ground .

Police attempted to make contact in the apartment complex but were unable to locate 
anyone matching the description.


Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0478 05 
Date: 05/28/2020 17:10:00

Alarm drop
Plibrico , 1729 S. Lincoln Ave

Caller/Complainant: State Alarm


Police responded to the 1700 blk of S. Lincoln Ave for a reported commercial alarm drop. 

Upon arrival police checked the exterior finding all doors secure.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0476 05 
Date: 05/28/2020 12:45:00

Welfare Check
1115 W. Perry St.

Caller/Complainant: Children Services


Police responded to the 1100 blk of W. Perry St. to conduct a welfare check on a Children 
Services worker who was not answering their phone. 

Police found that the worker was at another residence and had left their phone in their 
vehicle.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923
Alan Shaffer 926




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0475 05 
Date: 05/27/2020 16:00:00

Domestic complaint
Perry Twp. PD


Officer spoke with two subjects that came on station to report a rolling domestic. Officer 
spoke with Matthew Graham and Darby Mayhew. 

Officer found that the incident had taken place on Western Reserve Rd around South Ave. 
Ms. Darby did not wish to pursue anything against Matthew. She only wanted to be away 
from him. Matthew took all her belongings out of the U-Haul van that they are living in and 
placed them in the parking lot before leaving. 

Ms. Darby had a friend pick up her, her daughter, and belongings up at the station. Parties 
left with no further incidents.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0474 05 
Date: 05/27/2020 14:35:00

Domestic complaint
1360 W. State St.

Caller/Complainant: Mike Criss


Officers responded to a reported domestic at 1360 W. State St. Officers arrived and spoke 
with the complainant. The complainant stated that Lee Knight showed up at the residence 
wanting his belongings. Officers found that the tenants did not want Mr. Knight at the 
residence. 

Mr. Knight gathered his belongings and left the residence 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: 20 0473 05 
Date: 05/27/2020 13:35:00

Medical
1180 Prospect St Ext


Officers responded to a report of two males passed out in a vehicle at 1180 Prospect St Ext. 
Officers arrived and found Perry Twp FD on scene performing CPR on the two male 
subjects. The two males, Gary Colian (60) and Michael Stiffler (52), were found passed out 
due to an apparent overdose in the vehicle. 

Both males were transported to Salem Regional Center for treatment.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922
Michael Emigh 921

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




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0465 05 
Date: 05/26/2020 02:19:00


Suspicious person
Egypt Rd.


Police responded to the above area for a male walking on the roadway. Upon arrival police 
checked the area from Painter Rd. to the bridge making negative contact.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0464 05 
Date: 05/25/2020 18:25:00


Animal complaint
867 Cunningham Rd.

Caller/Complainant: Wayne Johnson


Officers responded to the 800 block of Cunningham Rd. for an animal complaint. Officers 
spoke to the complainant who stated that he did not like his neighbors dogs coming onto his 
property. Officers advised that they would speak to the neighbors .

Officers spoke to a Albert Mcvey who was present at the home with the dogs. Officers 
asked to speak with the homeowner and he advised that they were at the store. Officers 
advised Ablert of the complainant regarding the dogs and he stated that he would pass it 
along to the homeowner.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0463 05 
Date: 05/25/2020 15:44:00


Trespassing Complaint
797 Bethel Dr.


Officers responded to the 700 block of Bethel Dr. for a trespassing complaint. Officers 
spoke to the homeowner who stated that there was no trespassing and that his daughter 
Chole Chappell did not like Holly Bloom so she called the police when Holly came onto the 
property which Christian Chappell the homeowner had allowed. 

Officers advised Chole that because the homeowner had allowed Holly to come onto the 
property that she had not done anything criminal.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0462 05 
Date: 05/25/2020 09:06:00


Open door
2017 N. Ellsworth Ave.


Police advised of a open door at a business on N.Ellsworth Ave. 

Police checked the business and found that the door had no access to the building interior. 
The outside of the business was checked and found secure.


Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0461 05 
Date: 05/25/2020 06:30:00


Assist other unit
1138 Liberty St

Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Salem Pd requested that Perry Twp. police deliver a message to the above address. Police 
delivered the message and cleared without incident.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0460 05 
Date: 05/25/2020 00:42:00


DOA
1430 Brookview Dr.


Police responded to the above address for an unresponsive female. 

Upon arrival EMT advised that the female had passed away .

EMT made arrangements with the female's family doctor to sign off on a death certificate. 
EMT transported the female to Stark Memorial Funeral Home. No foul play suspected.


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: 20 0459 05 
Date: 05/24/2020 23:29:00


Suspicious vehicle
Cry Baby Bridge

Caller/Complainant: Sanford


Police observed a vehicle parked at the above location. 

Police spoke with five subjects and advised them to move along. Once the vehicle left 
police cleared without incident.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0458 05 
Date: 05/24/2020 22:19:00


Civil Complaint
1129 W. Perry Street

Caller/Complainant: Brandon Hoschar


Police responded to the 1100 blk of W. Perry Street to Speak with a male about a civil 
matter. 

Police arrived on scene and advised the complainant we do not do civil stand-by's.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0457 05 
Date: 05/24/2020 16:11:00


Theft
519 N Ohio BLVD


Police spoke with a resident VIA phone about Property stolen from the residence lawn 
between Friday afternoon through Sunday afternoon. 

Police have a report on file.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0456 05 
Date: 05/24/2020 15:25:00


Unwanted Subject/ One to be Removed
290 Idaho Ave

Caller/Complainant: Robbie Armstrong


Police responded to the 200 blk of Idaho Ave foe an unwanted subject. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the complainant who stated her daughter does not live at the 
residence and wanted her to leave. Police got both sides of the story and stood -by until the 
suspects ride arrived.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0455 05 
Date: 05/24/2020 12:10:10


Stolen vehicle - Under Investigation


Police responded to the 1700 block of Goshen Rd for a report of a stolen vehicle. While 
taking the initial complaint, Officers were informed that a 2005 Chevy Colorado had been 
stolen between 9:00 pm and 3:00 am.



Officer(s)
Alan Shaffer 926 
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0454 05 
Date: 05/24/2020 01:22:00


Property damage accident
Deadend @ the ramp / Zone 4 - Northwest Sector


Police responded to the above area for a vehicle accident. 

Upon arrival police observed a White 2010 Chrysler 300 down in the ravine with no one 
inside. After a registration check of the vehicle police had dispatch contact the owner to see 
if she knew where her vehicle was. The owner advised that last she knew it was in her 
driveway. The owner went to look and see if her vehicle was there and it was not. The 
owner filed a stolen vehicle report with Goshen Township Police Dept. 

Kaiser Towing did respond to the scene to remove the vehicle and took it to their impound 
lot. Police searched the area to see if anyone was out walking that could have stolen and 
crashed the vehicle but located no one. 

Goshen Police along with the registered owner responded to the scene. Police obtained a 
written statement from the owner and also documented the crash with photographs .

Cosmetically there was minor damage. Once the vehicle was loaded up on the tow truck 
police cleared the scene without incident. Investigation pending.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924
Channing Hank 925

External Agency(s)
Kaiser - Kaiser Towing




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0453 05 
Date: 05/23/2020 23:34:00


Juvenile complaint
Hearthside Dr. @ W. Pidgeon Rd.


Police responded to the area of Hearthside Dr. and W. Pidgeon Rd. for a report of juveniles 
on the roadway. Police spoke with four juveniles who advised they were walking home.


Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925 
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0452 05 
Date: 05/23/2020 19:44:00


Threats or harassment
1680 Goshen Rd.


Police responded to the 1600 block of Goshen Rd. for a report of an unwanted subject 
refusing to leave. The caller advised his girlfriends ex boyfriend showed up and started 
arguing with him. 

The unwanted subject 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: 20 0451 05 
Date: 05/23/2020 15:47:00


OH-1/Non Injury - Citation Issued
Cunnginham Road at 344 Franklin Ave


Police responded to 344 Franklin Ave at Cunningham Road for a non injury accident. 

Upon arrival police found a 2013 Chevrolet Malibu (tan) driven by William L. Ingledue (78) 
of Lisbon, Ohio 44432 was Southbound on Cunningham Road and failed to yield at the stop 
sign and was struck by a 2015 Chevrolet Trax (brown) driven by Rachel M. Hill (31) of 
Salem, Ohio 44460 who was southbound on 344 Franklin Ave. 

Ingledue was issued a citation for fail to yield stop sign, and given a court date of 
06/05/2020 at 8:30 am in the Columbiana County Municipal Court. Both vehicle sustained 
disabling damages. 

Sinsley's Towing responded to the scene and removed both vehicles.


Officer(s)
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: 20 0450 05 
Date: 05/23/2020 00:25:00


Suspicious vehicle
Cry Baby Bridge

Caller/Complainant: Sanford


Police observed a vehicle parked at the bridge with two people inside. Police spoke to the 
individuals and advised them to be on their way. They complied 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: 20 0449 05 
Date: 05/22/2020 19:43:00


Reckless Operator - Arrest Made
SR45 @ Newgarden Rd

Caller/Complainant: OHP POST 15


Police were dispatched to the area of SR45 and S. Lincoln for a report of a reckless driver. 
Officer approached said area and observed a Blue 2002 Chevy Venture van matching the 
description given by dispatch. Officer observed the driving behaviors, at which time the 
driver went over the fog line several times. 

Officer stopped said vehicle and made contact with the driver who was identified as June 
Marie Slenker (64) yo out of Hubbard OH. Officer conducted FST and Slenker was arrested 
for operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of Alcohol.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927 
Richard Kimble 922

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: 20 0448 05 
Date: 05/22/2020 16:24:00


Medical
N. Ellsworth Ave at Springdale Ave

Caller/Complainant: Det. Reynolds


Police came upon a possible disabled vehicle pulled off the side of the roadway on N. 
Ellsworth Ave near Springdale Ave .

Upon walking up to the vehicle police found that the driver of the vehicle had suffered a 
heart attack and was un -responsive. Police with the assistance of a passerby removed the 
driver from the vehicle and police started CPR on the subject until other medical personnel 
arrived on scene. The subject was transported to St. Elizabeth's in Youngstown, OH.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923

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




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0446 05 
Date: 05/21/2020 21:14:00


Juvenile complaint
US 62 near Benton Rd.


Police responded to the area of US 62 and Benton Rd. for a report of juveniles riding their 
bikes on the roadway. Police made contact with them on US 62 near Jennings Ave. 

They were followed into the City and were advised to ride on the sidewalks due to not 
having any lights. Police also made contact with the parent who was aware of the situation.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0445 05 
Date: 05/21/2020 19:48:00


Recovered property
1064 W. State St.


Police responded to the 1000 block of W. State St. for a report of a sword found in the 
residents yard. Police took the item back to the PD.


Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0444 05 
Date: 05/21/2020 15:13:00


Welfare Check
290 Idaho Ave


Police responded to the 200 blk of Idaho Ave to conduct a welfare check on a juvenile. 

Upon arrival police could not get an answer at the door. Police checked with the neighbors 
who advised that the whole family left 15-20 minutes prior to police arrival.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0443 05 
Date: 05/21/2020 13:34:03


Traffic offense
Beachwood Dr

Caller/Complainant: Ptl. Shaffer


Officer's observed a Chevy station wagon traveling southbound on Beachwood Dr at a high 
rate of speed. Officers pursued the vehicle and were lead to a residence in the 1300 block 
of Beachwood. 

Officers made contact with the driver and while speaking with the driver, Officer viewed the 
2002 Chevy station wagon appearing to be on fire. 

Officers contacted dispatch and requested to have the fire department come check the 
vehicle. On arrival of fire personnel it was established that the vehicle was ok .

Officer's then verbally warned the driver regarding speed.


Officer(s)
Alan Shaffer 926 
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0442 05 
Date: 05/20/2020 17:21:00


Drunk @ Fresh Mark

Caller/Complainant: Security


Police responded to the 1700 blk of S. Lincoln Ave for a report of an employee that showed 
up intoxicated to their first day at work. 

Upon arrival the subject was getting into a cab to go home.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923 
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0441 05 
Date: 05/20/2020 12:49:03


Theft
1400 W.State

Caller/Complainant: James Farkas


Police spoke with complainant reference his ex girlfriend who had taken one of his checks 
and cashed it for $ 900.00. 

The matter is under investigation.


Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0440 05 
Date: 05/19/2020 18:42:00


Suicide attempt
858 Georgetown Road


Police responded to the 800 blk of Georgetown Road for a report of suicidal threats. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the suspect, who stated she was having thoughts of suicide 
do to not taking medication. KLG and Perry Township Fire Department responded to the 
scene. 

KLG transported the suspect to Salem Community Hospital for further examination.


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: 20 0439 05 
Date: 05/19/2020 18:16:00


Investigate complaint
264 Apple Street


Police responded to the 200 blk of Apple Street for a scam complaint. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the residents and it appeared to be a scam check sent in the 
mail for later services. 

Police have a report on file.




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0438 05 
Date: 05/19/2020 18:08:00


Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
1337 Benton Road

Caller/Complainant: Boardman Police Dept


Police responded to the 1300 blk of Benton Road for debris in roadway. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the residents and advised them of the complaint. the 
residents stated they would get the blown grass off the roadway.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928





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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0437 05 
Date: 05/19/2020 14:14:00


Recovered stolen vehicle
Bricker Farm Lane

Caller/Complainant: Salem, PD


Police contacted by Salem PD reference a stolen vehicle out of the Township that was 
located in a field inside the city. 

Police responded and had the vehicle pulled out and towed by Sinsley's towing. 

The vehicle was removed from LEADS and the owner notified.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0436 05 
Date: 05/19/2020 10:20:00


Welfare Check
1208 W. Perry


Police called to check the welfare of 2 children that had not been seen in the past several 
days. 

Police made contacted with the parent and the 2 juvenile females. Kathie Whitehead 
advised officer that the juveniles had been playing in the back yard and all was good.


Officer(s)
Chief Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0435 05 
Date: 05/19/2020 02:41:00


Suspicious vehicle
1766 W. State St.

Caller/Complainant: Ptl. Sanford


Officer did a business check at the above location earlier in the night, and then did another 
some time later finding two vehicles in the parking lot that wasn't there the first time. Police 
attempted to contact the business owner to see if they were employee's but had negative 
contact. 

A short time after police observed a company truck pull into the same lot. Police spoke to 
the individuals who advised they were infact employee's and they were just out on SR172 
for "storm damage".


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0433 05 
Date: 05/18/2020 22:17:00


Welfare Check
1938 S. Lincoln Ave

Caller/Complainant: Florida Department of Children Services


Police responded to the 1900 blk of S. Lincoln Ave for a welfare check per Florida 
Department of Children Services. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the residence and found the children to be ok.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0434 05 
Date: 05/18/2020 23:46:00


Suicide attempt
701 Bethel Dr.


Police responded to the above address for a female who was threatening to harm herself. 

Upon arrival police spoke to the female who stated she was having problems with her ex 
boyfriend. She further advised that earlier in the day she did cut an "x" into her skin over her 
heart cause she was so upset. 

EMT Ambulance Services responded to the scene and transported the female to the Salem 
Regional Medical Center for an evaluation and treatment. 

Once the female was transported police cleared the scene without incident.


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: 20 0432 05 
Date: 05/18/2020 16:42:00


Fire
1122 Elberon Ave


Police responded to 1100 blk of Elberon Ave for a fire complaint. 

Upon arrival police spoke with Perry Township Fire Department, police not needed.


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: 20 0431 05 
Date: 05/18/2020 10:35:00


Theft
1766 W. State St

Caller/Complainant: Scott Montgomery


Officer responded to a report of a theft. 

Officer arrived and spoke with the complainant whom stated that multiple items were stolen 
from their trucks. No damage was reported to the trucks.





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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0429 05 
Date: 05/17/2020 14:57:32


Alarm drop
1637 N. Lincoln Ave


On 5/17/20, Officer responded to the 1600 block of N. Lincoln Ave for a report of a 
residential alarm going off. 

On arrival Officer spoke with the home owner and was advised everything was fine.



Officer(s)
Alan Shaffer 926




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0428 05 
Date: 05/17/2020 12:13:58


Stolen vehicle - Under Investigation
Performance Exhaust & Service, 2017 N. Ellsworth Ave, Salem


On 5-17-20, Officer responded to 2017 N. Ellsworth Ave for a report of multiple vehicle 
thefts. Incident is an ongoing investigation.


Officer(s)
Alan Shaffer 926
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0427 05 
Date: 05/16/2020 21:39:00

Assist other Agency
Speedway, 175 W State Street

Caller/Complainant: Salem Police Department


Police responded to175 W. State Street to assist Salem Police Department with a missing 
juvenile from Perry Township. Police spoke with the parents and advised them of the steps 
needed to be taken from this point. 

Police released the juvenile to the father.


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: 20 0426 05 
Date: 05/16/2020 20:40:00


Suspicious person
1789 N. Lincoln Ave


Officers responded to the 1700 block of N. Lincoln Ave. for a possible intoxicated male in 
the roadway. Officers arrived and made contact with the subject identified as Kenneth 
Peterson. Kenneth stated that he was not intoxicated and that he was just trying to walk 
home and had gotten lost. He also stated that he had, had surgery not long ago and had 
just stopped to take a rest for a minute. 

Officers advised that they could give Mr. Peterson a courtesy transport as he did not live 
very far away. Mr. Peterson stated that he would appreciate that and officers provided him a 
ride home.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928
Ryan Connolly 930

External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0425 05 
Date: 05/16/2020 16:26:00


911 hang-up
1271 E. Pidgeon Road

Caller/Complainant: CCSO


Police responded to the 1200 blk of E. Pidgeon Road for a 911 open line. Police spoke with 
the residence and checked the area everything ok.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0424 05 
Date: 05/16/2020 11:00:00


Narcotics complaint - Arrest Made
E. Pidgeon Rd. at 1200 blk


Caller/Complainant: Det. Reynolds


Police conducted a traffic stop on a 2006 Chevrolet HHR (Maroon) in the 1200 blk of E. 
Pidgeon Rd. 

Upon speaking with the operator, police gained consent to search the vehicle and located 
suspected narcotics and unknown pills in the drivers side door. The passenger, Brandy L. 
Allison, (37) of New Cumberland, WV was found to be in possession of a glass narcotics 
pipe after admitting to police that she hide the item in her underwear. 

Allison was charged with Possession of Drug Paraphernalia (M4) and Obstruction of Official 
Business (M2) and given a summons to appear in the Columbiana County Municipal Court 
on 5-22-2020 at 8:30 am. The suspected narcotics will be sent to BCI&I for testing.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923 
Alan Shaffer 926



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0423 05 
Date: 05/15/2020 11:44:03


OH-1/Non Injury - Citation Issued
1200 block of E. Pidgeon Rd

Caller/Complainant: Vicki Smith 


Officers responded to a report of a two vehicle accident with no injuries in the 1200 block of 
E. Pidgeon Rd. 

Officers arrived and found that Unit #1 a White 2017 Chevy Malibu driven/owned by 
Thomas Cope (88) of Salem was headed north turning left from E. Pidgeon Rd into the 
parking lot of Dollar General. Unit #2 a Blue 1999 Ford Mustang driven/owned by Vicki 
Smith (57) of Lisbon was traveling south on E. Pidgeon Rd. Unit #1 failed to yield his left 
turn and struck Unit #2. 

Both vehicles sustained functional damage. Unit #1 was cited for failure to yield left turn and 
given a court date of 05-29-20 at 0830 hours in Columbiana County Municipal Court.


Officer(s)
Alan Shaffer 926
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0422 05 
Date: 05/15/2020 12:01:00


Alarm drop
1637 N. Lincoln Ave

Caller/Complainant: ATC Alarm


Officer responded to a report of a residential alarm at 1637 N. Lincoln Ave. 

Officer arrived and found a home inspector present at the residence. Male subject did have 
the passcode and reset the alarm. Officer cleared without incident.





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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0421 05 
Date: 05/15/2020 07:22:00


Alarm drop
810 Main Street

Caller/Complainant: 21st Century


Police responded to a alarm activation at the above location, Upon police arrival the 
building was found secured with no key holder responding.


Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0420 05 
Date: 05/15/2020 00:01:00


Investigate complaint
Salem Security Storage, 1210 S. Ellsworth Ave


Police responded to the above business after the owner received a text from a neighbor 
stating that someone at around 10:16PM on 5-14-2020 jumped the fence. 

Upon arrival police checked the exterior fence in all locations showing it to be secure .

Police also observed no-one inside of the fence. Police cleared after making negative 
contact with anyone.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0419 05 
Date: 05/14/2020 22:24:00


Noise Complaint
410 Benton Rd., #12


Police responded to the 400 block of Benton Rd. for a noise complaint. The caller advised a 
neighbors kids were running around the house being loud. 

Police checked the area and found it to be quiet.


Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0418 05 
Date: 05/14/2020 17:42:00


Suspicious person
410 Benton Rd, #11


Officers responded to a report of a suspicious person at 410 Benton Rd Lot #11. The 
anonymous caller stated that the male in the blue van is not allowed there by the landlord of 
the trailer park. 

Officer made contact with Paul Barnett while sitting in a Blue Chrysler mini-van (GOA6276). 
Officers advised the male subject of the complainant and he left the area.


Officer(s)
Richard 922 Kimble Yes
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0417 05 
Date: 05/14/2020 17:16:00


Felony warrant - Arrest Made
410 Benton Rd.

Caller/Complainant: Sgt. Kimble


Officers initiated a traffic stop on a Black Dodge Dakota (HZE2640) as it was backing out of 
410 Benton Rd. Officers had prior knowledge that the registered owner, William Cunning 
(43), had an active felony warrant out of Stark County for theft of a motor vehicle. 

Officers made contact with the driver/owner William Cunning and took him into custody 
without incident. Officer transported him to meet with a Perry Twp (Stark County) in 
Alliance. William Cunning was handed over to Perry Twp for transportation to Stark County 
Jail.


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: 20 0416 05 
Date: 05/14/2020 17:15:00


Traffic offense @  410 Benton Rd /  - Arrest Made

Caller/Complainant: Det. Reynolds


Officers imitated a traffic stop on a Black Dodge Dakota as it was backing out of 410 Benton 
Rd. Officers had prior knowledge that the registered owner, William Cunning (43), had an 
active felony warrant out of Stark County for motor vehicle theft .

Officers took the driver/owner, William Cunning, into custody. Officers had a Salem PD K-9 
conduct a free air sniff of the vehicle with a positive indication. Officers searched the vehicle 
and found suspected unknown narcotics and paraphernalia in the vehicle. The suspected 
unknown narcotics and paraphernalia were seized as evidence. Charges are pending.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923
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: 20 0415 05 
Date: 05/13/2020 23:19:00


Suspicious person
1820 New Garden Rd


Police were dispatched to the 1800 block of New Garden Rd for a report of a foreclosed 
vacant home with the lights on and someone possible inside. 

On arrival, officer spoke with the complainant Gerald Wilhelm (42yo) from Salem OH. who 
stated that residence is owned by the bank and no one should be there. Officer checked the 
residence which was secured with the lights on and no one there. 

Wilhelm stated that he would contact the bank in the morning to let them know about the 
lights.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0414 05 
Date: 05/13/2020 08:17:00


Juvenile complaint
621 W.Pidgeon RD.

Caller/Complainant: Dan Clark


Police contacted by complainant reference his 13 year old daughter who had runaway 
sometime today at 4am. The complainant is unaware where his daughter might be but did 
provide a description of what she was wearing. 

The juvenile has a history of running away in the past 6 months. The juvenile will be entered 
into LEADS as a runaway. 

The matter will be sent to Juvenile prosecutor for possible charges.


Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0413 05 
Date: 05/12/2020 03:55:00


Civil Complaint
Salem Acres 1133 Prospect St., #18B

Caller/Complainant: Dennis King


Police spoke with the complainant in reference to a cell phone. He advised his girlfriend and 
him had just broken up and that she would not give him his cell phone. 

Police attempted to contact the female via phone call to speak with her about the property 
but made negative contact on the phone or at the residence. Police obtained a written 
statement form form the complainant. The complainant did not wish to file theft charges, 
police advised him of his options.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0412 05 
Date: 05/11/2020 21:36:00


Neighbor complaint
410 Benton Rd., #12


Officers responded to the 400 block of Benton Rd. for a noise complainant. 

Officers spoke to a Robert Nye and advised him of the complainant. He stated that he 
would keep it down for the rest of the night and officers cleared the scene without incident.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0411 05 
Date: 05/11/2020 16:07:00


OH-1/Non Injury
SR 344 @ Cunningham Rd.


Officers responded to a report of a two vehicle accident with no injuries at SR 344 at 
Cunningham Rd. Officers arrived and found that Unit #1 a White 2013 Ford Escape 
driven/owned by Ashyia Sheppard (22) of Lisbon was traveling south on Cunningham Rd 
from the stop sign at SR 344. 

Unit #2 a Red 2005 Ford Explorer driven by Zachary Daniels (27) of Salem was traveling 
east on SR 344. Unit #1 failed to yield the intersection of SR 344 and Cunningham Rd and 
struck Unit #2. No injuries were reported and both vehicles sustained functional damage. 

Both vehicles were towed from the scene by Sinsley's Towing. 

Unit # 1 was cited for failure to yield intersection and given a court date of 5-26-20 at 0830 
hours in Columbiana County Municipal Court.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922 
Ryan Connolly 930

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: 20 0410 05 
Date: 05/11/2020 15:31:19


Recovered property


Police spoke with complainant reference a license plate that he had found laying in the road 
near Circle K South. 

Police took charge of the plate. FRC7357.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0409 05 
Date: 05/11/2020 15:11:12


Illegal Dumping
Adele's 509 Snyder RD

Caller/Complainant: Adele Lake


Police contacted by owner reference illegal dumping at her business. 

Police obtained 2 names and a Social Security Number from one of the bags. Police will 
follow up with the information provided.


Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0408 05 
Date: 05/11/2020 00:34:00

Disabled vehicle
600 blk benton Rd.

Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Police responded to the above area for a disabled vehicle. 

Upon arrival the registered owner was fixing his tire. Once the tire was fixed he cleared the 
roadway.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0407 05 
Date: 05/10/2020 20:11:00


Assist other Agency
14 East of Walmart

Caller/Complainant: PTL J. Smith


While on patrol police came upon a two vehicle accident on 14, East of Walmart in Goshen 
Township. Salem Police arrived on scene to help with traffic control until Goshen Police 
arrived. 

Police cleared the scene after Salem Police closed off the west end of the roadway.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928

External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department
Mahoning County - Goshen Twp. PD




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0406 05 
Date: 05/08/2020 22:45:00


Narcotics complaint
410 Benton Rd., #2A


Police were dispatched to the 400 block of Benton Rd. for a report of a female subject later 
identified as Marie Whitman (48yo) of Salem, OH. who took bad drugs. 

On arrival, Whitman stated that "she took bad Meth" and pointed to a dinner plate on the 
counter which contained a white crystal like substance identified by Whitman as 
Methamphetamine. Officer collected the substance as evidence and to be later tested, and 
Whitman was transport by EMT's to be evaluated.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927
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: 20 0405 05 
Date: 05/08/2020 19:07:00


Animal complaint
488 Benton Rd


Police were dispatched to a report of 2 Pitbull's running loose in the street with kids chasing 
them with sticks. 

On arrival, officer observed the owner of the dogs, Tyler Rogers of Salem OH locking the 
dogs up. Rogers stated that the dogs were able to push the door open due to the lock on 
the door malfunctioning.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0404 05 
Date: 05/08/2020 18:31:00


Shots fired
Springdale St.


Officer responded to a report of gun shots possibly in the area of Springdale St. 

Officer checked the area but could not hear any gun shots. Officer cleared without incident.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0402 05 
Date: 05/07/2020 20:04:00


Neighbor complaint
1133 Prospect St, #5B

Caller/Complainant:  Joseph Messenger


Officer responded to a report of a neighbor dispute at Salem Acres 5B. Officer arrived and 
spoke with the complainant. The complainant stated that a 11 year old female from 3B was 
bullying his 9 year old step-son. The complainant stated that once he said something to the 
female juvenile the mother, Dawn Howe, came down and was screaming at him. 

Officer spoke with Dawn and advised her of the complainant. Everyone was advised to 
keep their children around their own apartments and to not let them congregate together.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0403 05 
Date: 05/07/2020 20:52:00


Welfare Check
882 Stewart Rd.

Caller/Complainant:  Salem PD


Officer was requested to check on a 6 year old female at 882 Stewart Rd. The complainant 
stated that the child has not done any homework for the last 9 weeks. 

Officer responded to the residence and spoke with the homeowner. The homeowner stated 
that his ex-girlfriend moved out with the juvenile in question a few months ago. The 
homeowner did not know where they had moved to and has not spoken to them.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0401 05 
Date: 05/07/2020 18:21:00


Assault
1360 W. State St., #8

Caller/Complainant:  Cindy Lewis


Officer received a call of a juvenile assault at 1360 W. State St. lot #8. Officer first spoke 
with the complainant by phone and she stated that her 12 year old son was choked by a 
neighbor (Roy Colbert Jr). The complainant stated that she just wanted a report on file 
because she has to live there and does not want any problems. 

The complainant stated that no one seen the incident.

Officer did follow up with the complainant and spoke with Mr. Colbert at lot #3.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0400 05 
Date: 05/07/2020 17:25:00


Motorcycle/ATV complaint
Allen Dr. near Stewart Rd


Officer responded to a report of an ATV driving on the roadway. Officers checked the area 
and located an ATV at 616 Stewart Rd. Officer made contact with the homeowner 
(McCallister) and he stated that his daughters were riding the ATV around the property 
lines. 

The father spoke with his daughters and found that they indeed were riding on the roadway. 
Officer advised the father to keep the ATV off the roadway.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0399 05 
Date: 05/06/2020 19:43:00

Suspicious vehicle
1185 Benton Road


Police responded to the 1100 blk of Benton Road for a report of a suspicious vehicle. Police 
checked the area negative contact.


Received By: Ptl. J. Smith




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0398 05 
Date: 05/06/2020 19:07:00

Shots fired
751 W. Pine Lake Road


Police responded to the 700 blk of W Pine Lake Road for a report of shots fired. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the residences and advised them of the complaint. The 
residence stated they would stop for the evening.


Received By: Ptl. J. Smith




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0397 05 
Date: 05/06/2020 18:51:00

Medical
1192 E 11th Street


Police responded to the 1100 blk of E 11th Street for a medical complaint. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the resident about possible injuries from a fall. Police stood 
by until Perry Township Fire and EMT arrived.


Received By: Ptl. J. Smith




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0396 05 
Date: 05/05/2020 15:57:00

Noise Complaint
397 Plymouth Place


Police responded to the 300 blk of Plymouth Place for a noise complaint. Upon arrival 
police spoke with a male subject and advised him of the complaint.


Received By: Ptl. J. Smith




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0395 05 
Date: 05/04/2020 23:30:00

Missing person
1584 North Lincoln Ave.

Caller/Complainant: Charles Corbett


Police responded to the above address for a missing person report. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the complainant and he stated that his daughter left the 
residence and had not returned. The complainant further stated that he's pretty sure she is 
at an address in Akron. 

Police contacted Akron PD and had them check the address that was provided by the 
complainant. It was advised that Akron PD made negative contact at the address due to no 
one answering the door. The complainant wished to have the juvenile entered into LEAD's 
as missing. 

After filling out a missing person form police cleared. Police also advised the complainant 
that if she returns home or is found to contact the police so that she could be taken out of 
the system.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0394 05 
Date: 05/04/2020 21:41:00

Trespassing Complaint
Egypt Road at cry baby bridge

Caller/Complainant: PTL J. Smith


While on patrol police came upon a vehicle on Egypt Road at cry baby bridge. Police spoke 
with the subjects, and advised them they were trespassing and to leave the property.




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0393 05 
Date: 05/04/2020 12:07:00

Animal complaint
1737 Devonshire Dr.

Caller/Complainant: Manny Figueroa


Officer responded to a report of a dog bite at 1737 Devonshire Dr. Officer arrived and spoke 
with the complainant. The complainant stated that the small dog from 586 Old Coach Ln 
came on to his property while he was cutting his grass. The dog was biting his pant leg but 
did not break the skin. The complainant attempted to make contact with the owner but there 
was no answer at the door. 

Officer made contact with the daughter at the stated residence. She stated that she would 
check the battery to the dog collar for the invisible fence.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0392 05 
Date: 05/04/2020 10:36:01 

Illegal Dumping
Elberon Ave.

Caller/Complainant: Gary Stamp


Police contacted by complainant reference someone one dumping cement at the dead end 
of Andrew Ave. The complainant believes its from a driveway that was put in last week on 
Andrew.


Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0391 05 
Date: 05/03/2020 16:25:00


Juvenile complaint
1952 S. Lincoln


Police were dispatch to the 1900 block of S. Lincoln for a report of 2 juvenile's riding on a 
lawn mower. Officer made contact with the homeowner David Andre who stated that tis is 
an ongoing problem from the neighbor. 

Andre stated that he was just giving the kids a ride on his zero turn.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0390 05 
Date: 05/03/2020 01:06:00


Noise Complaint
1360 W. State St., #9


Officers responded to the 1300 block of W. State St. for a noise complaint. Officers spoke to 
the Grover Willhoft the homeowner who was listening to music and having a bonfire. 

Officers advised Grover of the complaint and he stated that he would keep it down for the 
night.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0389 05 
Date: 05/02/2020 15:26:00


Domestic complaint
1749 E 11TH ST

Caller/Complainant:  Salem Police Department


Police responded to the 1700 blk of E 11th St for a report of a domestic dispute. 

Upon arrival police spoke with Salem Police Department, who advised police of the 
situation. Police spoke to the victim who stated that he had gotten into a verbal /physical 
argument with his spouse's brother over property. The victim refused to press charges. 

Both parties were advised to stay away from one another, and deal with the property 
through civil court.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0388 05 
Date: 05/02/2020 11:46:00


Welfare Check
1140 W. Perry St.


Police responded to the 1100 blk of W. Perry St. to conduct a welfare check. Upon arrival 
police found that the subject to be checked on was not home.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0387 05 
Date: 05/02/2020 11:14:00


Speak with Officer
2727 Cunningham Rd.


Police responded 2700 blk of Cunningham Rd. with the Columbiana County Sheriff's Office 
to speak with a male subject who stated that Perry Twp. Police were staring in his windows 
last night. 

After speaking with the male subject, Police found that Sheriff's Deputies were out at his 
residence for a overdose last night and he mistook them for the Twp. Police.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923

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




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0386 05 
Date: 05/01/2020 21:45:00


Motorcycle/ATV complaint
616 Stewart Rd.

Caller/Complainant: Kim Raymond


Officers responded to the 600 block of Stewart Rd. for a motorcycle complainant. Officers 
spoke to Joseph McCallister who stated that he was the owner of the dirt bike. 

Officers advised him of the complainant and he stated that he had been working on it and 
would put it away for the night.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0384 04 
Date: 04/30/2020 17:46:00


Neighbor complaint
1133 Prospect Street, #3B

Caller/Complainant: Dawn Howe


Police responded to the 1100 blk of Prospect Street for a neighbor complaint. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the complainant who advised police the neighbors were 
using profanity toward her children. Police advised both parties to speak with the parents on 
matters involving children.


Received By:  Officer Jonathan Smith




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0383 04 
Date: 04/30/2020 17:19:00


Trespassing Complaint
Egypt Road at Cry Baby Bridge

Caller/Complainant: PTL Smith


While on patrol police came upon trespassers on Egypt Road at cry baby bridge. Police 
spoke with the 3 individuals, and notified them of the trespassing.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0382 04 
Date: 04/30/2020 16:57:00


911 hang-up
1234 Conser Drive

Caller/Complainant: Timothy Howard 


Police responded to the 1200 blk of Conser Drive for a 911 hang-up. 

Upon arrive police spoke with the complainant who stated he was having issues getting 
property from his ex girlfriends residence. Police advised the complainant to deal with the 
issue through the courts.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0381 04 
Date: 04/30/2020 02:56:00


Drunk
1115 W. Perry St.


Police were dispatched to a 1100 block of W. Perry for a possible Domestic disturbance. 
Dispatch advised the call came in from Salem PD where the complainant continued to call 
Salem dispatch advising he needed help. 

On arrival, officer made contact with the complainant who stated that he had been drinking 
for the past 4 days over a recent break-up, and needed help. Dispatch was advised of the 
situation and to contact FD and KLG. 

Responding units arrived, and the complainant was later transported to Salem Reginal 
hospital by KLG for treatment.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927

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




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0380 04 
Date: 04/29/2020 17:19:00

Suspicious vehicle
E. Pidgeon Rd.


Police responded to the area of E. Pidgeon Rd. for a report of a suspicious vehicle. Police 
checked the area and were unable to locate the vehicle in question.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0379 04 
Date: 04/29/2020 07:31:00

Assist other Agency
2727 Cunningham Rd

Caller/Complainant: Sgt. Kimble


Officer responded to 2727 Cunningham Rd to assist the County SRT Team on a search 
warrant of the stated residence.




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0378 04 
Date: 04/29/2020 03:12:00

Suspicious vehicle
1133 Prospect St, #5B


Officer responded to the area of Salem Acres 5B for a vehicle with its interior light on. 
Officer located the vehicle and found it secure with no one around. 

Officer cleared without incident.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0377 04 
Date: 04/28/2020 17:17:00

Juvenile complaint
1075 Andrew Ave


Police responded to a report of small children in the roadway on Andrew Ave. 

Upon arrival police spoke with a resident in the 1000 blk who stated her grandkids were 
outside playing near the roadway. Police spoke with the children and explained the dangers 
of being in the road.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0366 04 
Date: 04/26/2020 00:35:00


Medical
1850 Newgarden Ave


Police responded to the above address for a medical. 

Upon arrival KLG Ambulance personnel assisted an elderly female up who had fallen and 
could not get up. 

Police cleared without incident.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924

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: 20 0375 04 
Date: 04/28/2020 03:03:00


Property damage accident
4-Lane @ SR 45

Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Police were notified by Salem PD that there was a vehicle in a ditch at the above area. 

Upon arrival police observed a Blue 1993 Chevy vehicle stuck in the ditch with no-one 
around. After a registration check it showed that the vehicle was registered to Jacob Kerr 
(19) Salem Ohio, 44460. Police requested a tow truck to the scene to remove the vehicle. 
Davidson's Towing responded and removed the vehicle from the ditch. After the vehicle was 
removed police responded to the registered owners address and spoke with him. It was 
advised from him that he was driving and went off the roadway and got stuck in the ditch 
and that he decided to walk home leaving the vehicle there. 

Kerr did have scrapes on his face and neck so police requested Salem FD and KLG to the 
scene for an evaluation. Kerr signed a medical refusal form. Due to Kerr admitting to driving 
the vehicle police cited him with failure to control, and leaving the scene of an accident. 
After the citation was issued police cleared without incident.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924

External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service
SFD - Salem Fire Department
DT - Davidson's Towing




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0374 04 
Date: 04/27/2020 21:33:00


Juvenile complaint
1584 N. Lincoln Ave.

Caller/Complainant: Charles Corbett


Officers responded to the 1500 block of N. Lincoln Ave. to speak to a complainant regarding 
an unruly juvenile. Officers advised that they could file unruly charges on their daughter if 
they wished to do so through the court system. The complainant advised that their daughter 
had runaway earlier and advised that she was at a house in Washingtonville. 

Officers requested that for a Washingtonville Officer check the residence. Officers were 
informed that the juvenile was at the address given and that they would meet the 
complainant at their station to return custody of the juvenile back to the complainant.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0373 04 
Date: 04/27/2020 19:59:00


Domestic complaint
360 Springdale St.

Caller/Complainant: Lois Danklef


Officers responded to the 300 block of Springdale St. for a report of a domestic dispute. 
Officers spoke to the complainant who stated that they had gotten into a verbal argument 
with their husband over the stay at home order. 

Both the complainant Lois Danklef and the subject Stephen Danklef advised that the 
altercation was verbal only and that nothing physical had taken place.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930


External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0372 04 
Date: 04/27/2020 15:59:00


Mental
1375 Chestnut Grove Rd

Caller/Complainant: Christina Davis


Officers responded to the 1300 block of Chestnut Grove Rd. for a report of a fight in 
progress. Officers from Perry Twp. and Salem Pd arrived and spoke to the complainant who 
stated that her cousin had kicked her door in. 

Officers located Carl Pointer Jr. at his residence up the road and were able to detain him. 
Officers observed Carl to be making suicidal remarks towards himself and threatening 
remarks towards officers on scene. Officers requested an ambulance for Carl to be 
transported to Salem Hospital for an evaluation. 

The complainant declined to pursue any charges and advised that he was not acting normal 
and needed to get help. Once KLG ambulance arrived Carl was transported to Salem 
Hospital for an evaluation.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930

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: 20 0371 04 
Date: 04/27/2020 07:29:00


Theft
1759 W. State St

Caller/Complainant: Bobby Strickland


Officer responded to a report of a theft at 1759 W. State St. Officer responded and spoke 
with the complainant. The complainant stated that items were stolen from the back of some 
of the tree trucks last weekend. No damage was reported to the trucks.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0370 04 
Date: 04/26/2020 22:59:00


Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
Egypt Rd

Caller/Complainant: Boardman PD


Police responded to the above area to look for a tree down that was blocking the roadway. 

Upon arrival police observed a small tree down in Goshen Twp. Police had dispatch contact 
them to have an officer come to the scene to remove the tree. Once the tree was removed 
police cleared.


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: 20 0369 04 
Date: 04/26/2020 19:28:00


Assist other unit
410 Benton Rd., #A1

Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Police were contacted by Salem Pd requesting assistance in the 400 block of Benton Rd. 
with a subject wanted in questioning about a theft. 

Salem Pd contacted the subject at that residence regarding the theft. The subject in 
questioning was given a no tress warning, and all units cleared.


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: 20 0368 04 
Date: 04/26/2020 10:10:00


Vandalism
355 Plymouth Place


Police responded to the 300 blk of Plymouth Place for a report of vandalism to a mailbox. 

Upon arrival police found that multiple mailboxes had been struck by an object and were 
damaged.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0367 04 
Date: 04/26/2020 03:03:00


Missing person
290 Idaho Ave

Caller/Complainant: Robbie Armstrong


Police responded to the above address for a report of two missing juveniles. It was advised 
from the complainant that she was woken up by her other two children who told her that 
their brother and sister was missing. 

Police checked the interior and exterior of the residence to see if the children were hiding. 
Police did not locate the children on the property. 

Perry Twp. Police officer while during the investigation heard via Salem PD radio that they 
were out with the two juveniles inside city limits. Perry Twp responded to their location and 
was able to return the children to their home. Once the children was released to their 
grandmother police cleared.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0365 04 
Date: 04/25/2020 09:17:00


Alarm drop
922 W. Pidgeon Rd.


Police responded to a report of an alarm drop in the 900 block of W. Pidgeon Rd. 

On arrival, officer made contact with the property owner who stated the alarm was 
accidental. The property owner stated he stepped on some bubble wrap and set off the 
alarm and everything is ok.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0364 04 
Date: 04/25/2020 08:58:00


Alarm drop
1271 E Pidgeon Rd.

Caller/Complainant: ADT services


Police responded to a report of an alarm drop in the 1200 block of E. Pidgeon Rd. 

On arrival, officer made contact with the property owner who stated the alarm was 
accidental. The property owner stated there was a water leak and they were attempting to 
fix it and everything is ok.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0363 04 
Date: 04/25/2020 01:58:00


Noise Complaint
366 Stewart Rd


Police responded to the above address for a noise complaint. 

Upon arrival police spoke with five subjects and advised them of the complaint. It was 
advised that they would keep the volume 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: 20 0359 04 
Date: 04/22/2020 19:46:00


Neighbor complaint
1205 Depot Rd.


Police responded to the 1200 block of Depot Rd. for a neighbor complaint. The caller 
advised approximately 3 hours prior to this call that the neighbor was yelling at him as he 
left. 

The caller just wanted this reported.


Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0358 04 
Date: 04/22/2020 18:14:00


Unwanted Subject/ One to be Removed
1184 W. Perry St.


Police responded to the 1100 block of W. Perry St. for one to be removed from a residence. 

The caller advised their daughter was causing problems and wanted her to leave. The 
daughter did not reside there and left voluntarily.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0357 04 
Date: 04/22/2020 12:45:00


Suspicious vehicle
Depot Rd. 1800 blk

Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Police responded to the 1800 blk of Depot Rd. for a reported suspicious vehicle. 

Upon arrival police found a car parked along a dirt road off the roadway. The vehicle was 
locked with no one around. 

Police will check on the vehicle later.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0356 04 
Date: 04/22/2020 01:25:00


Assist other Agency
859 Cunningham Rd.

Caller/Complainant: East Palestine PD


Police were dispatch to the 800 block of Cunningham Rd. to assist East Palestine PD on a 
welfare check. Office was advised that there was a subject at that residence that was 
possible in need of his meds. 

On arrival, officer was unable to make contact with anyone.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0355 04 
Date: 04/21/2020 23:14:00


Assist other Agency
1184 W. Perry St

Caller/Complainant: Salem Pd


Police were dispatch to the 1100 block of W. Perry St. to assist Salem PD with a 
notification. Officer was advised to notify the subject there that her daughter was having a 
panic attack and she was need at her work.


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: 20 0354 04 
Date: 04/21/2020 13:24:00


Investigate complaint
1203 Depot Road

Caller/Complainant: Jan Menough


Police responded to the 1200 blk of Depot Road for a report of a protection order violation. 

Upon arrived police spoke with the suspect. The suspect stated nothing had happened. 
Police spoke with the complainant who stated the neighbor had been in the shared 
driveway screaming obscenities' while the complainant is trying to sleep. 

Police took a statement and have a report on file.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0353 04 
Date: 04/21/2020 07:36:00


Alarm drop
Salem Golf Club

Caller/Complainant: State Alarm


Officer responded to a business alarm at 1967 S. Lincoln Ave. Officer found the building to 
be secure and the alarm company called back to cancel the alarm. 

Officer cleared without incident.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0352 04 
Date: 04/20/2020 20:18:00


Animal complaint
1551 Goshen Road

Caller/Complainant: PTL J. Smith


While on patrol police came upon a loose dog in the 1500blk of Goshen Road. Police spoke 
with a female resident from the 1700 blk of Goshen road who was trying to catch the 
animal. 

Police assisted the resident and retrieve the animal.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0351 04 
Date: 04/20/2020 15:42:00


Investigate complaint
410 Benton Road, #12


Police spoke with a resident in the 400 Block of Benton Road about a broken refrigerator 
remaining on his premises, in a place accessible to children. 

Police explained the law on the fridge needing to be harmless to human life by removing 
such hinges, latches, or other hardware which may cause a person to be confined therein.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0350 04 
Date: 04/20/2020 15:13:00


Vandalism
1133 Prospect Street

Caller/Complainant: Robert Hays


Police spoke with a resident in the 1100 blk of Prospect Street VIA phone about a vehicle 
vandalism. The complainant stated this is the second time the rear passenger tire has been 
cut on his vehicle. 

The complainant sent police photos of the damage .

Police have a report on file.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928





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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0348 04 
Date: 04/19/2020 11:15:00


Property damage hit-skip - Citation Issued
SR 344 at Chestnut Grove Rd.

Caller/Complainant: Det. Reynolds


Police were flagged down at the intersection of SR 344 at Chestnut Grove Rd. for a 
reported single vehicle hit skip. The complainant advised that a silver Dodge mini van struck 
a street sign and continued on Chestnut Grove Rd. toward S. Lincoln Ave. Police stopped 
the vehicle in question and after a brief investigation the operator stated that they did strike 
the sign and left the scene. 

The operator, Angela M. Morris (26) of Salem, OH, 44460 was issued a citation for Failure 
to Control and Driving Under License Forfeiture Suspension. No injuries were reported.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923
Richard Kimble 922



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0349 04 
Date: 04/19/2020 21:28:00


Investigate complaint
1193 Elberon Ave

Caller/Complainant: Tucker Williams


Police were dispatch to a report of an unknown subject possible attempting to break into a 
vehicle in the 1100 block of Elberon Ave. On arrival, officer spoke with the complainant who 
stated the he was laying in the room when he heard his alarm on said vehicle going off. The 
complainant stated that he went outside to shut off the alarm and he noticed the side yard 
motion light was on. 

The complainant stated that the sensitivity is set really low to insure animals don't set it off. 

Officer checked the vehicle for any tool marks suggesting an attempt to break into said 
vehicle yielding negative results, as well as the surrounding area.



Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0347 04 
Date: 04/17/2020 17:51:00


Juvenile complaint
Circle K West


Officers responded to Circle K inside the city because Columbiana County Dispatch 
received a call stating the missing juvenile had been dropped off at that location by a male 
subject that wished to remain anonymous. 

Officers located the juvenile and transported her back to her fathers house. Officers also 
notified county dispatch to have her taken out of LEADS as missing.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930
Jordan Reynolds 923
Channing Hank 925



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0346 04 
Date: 04/17/2020 16:25:00


Disabled vehicle
SR-62


Officers responded to the area of SR-62 and the 4 lane bypass for a possible disabled 
vehicle. Officers checked the area and had negative contact with any vehicles pulled off of 
the roadway.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0345 04 
Date: 04/17/2020 15:00:00


Juvenile complaint
621 W. Pidgeon Rd.

Caller/Complainant: Daniel Clark


Officers spoke to a complainant over the phone who wished to report his daughter had 
runaway. 

Offices filled out a missing persons report and faxed the information to the county dispatch 
center so she could be entered into LEADS.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0344 04 
Date: 04/17/2020 00:04:00


Sex offense
1356 W. State St.


Police spoke with a female on station reference an alleged sexual assault that occurred in 
the 1300 blk. of West State St. 

The incident is under investigation.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0337 04 
Date: 04/14/2020 22:48:15


Investigate complaint
1901 State Route 9


Police responded to the 1900 blk of State route 9 for a report of someone banging on the 
door of a residence. Upon arrival police check the area, negative contact.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0336 04 
Date: 04/14/2020 18:46:00


Civil Complaint
1257 W. State Street

Police responded to the 1200 blk of W. State Street to speak with a resident about a rental 
property. 

Upon arrival police were advised of an open door at the residence. Police checked the 
residence, negative contact.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0335 04 
Date: 04/14/2020 16:46:00


Misdemeanor warrant - Arrest Made
900 Blk of Elberon Ave.

Caller/Complainant: Perry Twp PD


Police arrested Lucas Miller age 29 LKA Phoenix AZ on 2 warrants out of Columbiana 
County S.O. Mr. Lucas was a driver of a vehicle stopped by the request of the DTF and San 
Diego PD.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928
Richard Kimble 922
Chief Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0334 04 
Date: 04/14/2020 16:27:32


Assist other Agency - Arrest Made
Elberon Ave

Caller/Complainant: DTF


Police contacted by Columbiana County DTF who was contacted by San Diego California 
PD that a white Honda Odyssey traveling east on Georgetown RD. CA registration 
4Z0X996.  San Diego PD had placed a tracker on it and they wished to get it back, Police 
observed the vehicle traveling on Georgetown RD and initiated a traffic in the 900 blk of 
Elberon Ave. 

Columbiana County DTF and Ptl. Larosa and his K-9 Argo. The driver of the vehicle was 
identified as Lucas Miller who had no Drivers License and had two active warrants out of 
Columbiana County S.O. 

Mr. Lucas was taken into custody at which time K-9 Argo and Ptl. Larosa did a walk around 
the vehicle with K-9 Argo hitting on the vehicle. Police and DTF searched the vehicle finding 
what appears to be Herion and Crystal Meth in the vehicle. Also found was Drug 
Paraphernalia. 

Mr Lucas was transported to Columbiana County Jail for the warrants. The suspected drugs 
will be sent to BCI&I for testing. Additional charges are pending.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922 
Chief Michael Emigh 921
Jonathan Smith 928

External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department
CDTF - Columbiana County Drug Task Force




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0333 04 
Date: 04/14/2020 14:41:00


Domestic complaint
1133 Prospect, #9A


Police called to a domestic complaint involving a husband and wife. 

Police spoke with both parties with the male agreeing to leave the residence. The argument 
was verbal with no threats or injuries.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922 
Chief Michael Emigh 921
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0332 04 
Date: 04/14/2020 13:00:00


Trespassing Complaint
751 W. Pine Lake Rd

Caller/Complainant: Charles Kisner


Officer spoke with the complainant by phone in reference to trespassing. The complainant 
stated that an unknown male came to his residence today to confront his son. The 
complainant stated that the unknown male was confronting his son in reference to his son's 
ex-girlfriend. The unknown male was supposedly the new boyfriend. 

The complainant wished to have the incident on file.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0331 04 
Date: 04/14/2020 09:35:00


Theft report
1721 E, Pidgeon Road

Caller/Complainant: William Fambro


Police spoke to the complainant reference a possible theft of money from his account. The 
complainant was advised to contact his bank and find out what took place.


Officer(s)
Chief Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0330 04 
Date: 04/14/2020 04:19:00


Sex offense
Benton Rd.


Police responded to the 1200 Blk of Benton Rd. for a report of sexual assault. The incident 
is under investigation.


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: 20 0326 04 
Date: 04/11/2020 23:11:00


Unwanted Subject/ One to be Removed
1356 W State St


Police responded to the above address for one to be removed. It was advised that an 
unwanted female, Lorraine Rummel showed up to the residence to pick up her son. 

Upon arrival police spoke to the female and as soon as her son got in the vehicle she left 
the 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: 20 0328 04 
Date: 04/13/2020 01:23:00


Alarm drop
Plibrico, 1729 S. Lincoln Ave.

Caller/Complainant: State Alarm


Police responded to the above business for an alarm drop. Police checked the exterior of 
the building showing it to be secure .

Police cleared without incident. 

Three hours later another alarm goes off in the same location, again police checked the 
exterior of the building finding all doors to be locked.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0327 04 
Date: 04/12/2020 00:16:00


Suspicious vehicle
Cry Baby Bridge

Caller/Complainant: Sanford


Police observed a vehicle parked at the above location. Police spoke to four individual who 
advised they were just checking it out due to the story's they have heard. 

Police advised them to leave, they complied and left the scene without incident.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0325 04 
Date: 04/11/2020 17:36:00


Reckless Operator
SR62 at Andrews Cycle


Police responded to US62 W. State street for a report of a reckless operator. 

Dispatch advised the vehicle was in the City and would advise Salem. Police located the 
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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0324 04 
Date: 04/11/2020 16:38:00


Property Damage
1913 Egypt Road

Caller/Complainant: Randall Howells


Police responded to the 1900 blk of Egypt Road for a report of property damage. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the complainant who stated he found Volkswagen parts on 
his property, and had property damage. The complainant advised police on 4/10/20 he saw 
a tow company remove a wrecked vehicle from Egypt Road near Painter. 

Police contacted all area tow company's no information.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0323 04 
Date: 04/11/2020 11:10:00


Juvenile complaint
2024 N. Lincoln Ave


Police responded to the 2000 blk of N. Lincoln Ave for a report of a juvenile running through 
yards. 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: 20 0322 04 
Date: 04/10/2020 19:55:00


Suspicious vehicle
Area of Manor Drive and Parkview Dr.


Police responded to the area of Manor Dr. and Parkview Dr. for a report of a suspicious 
vehicle. The vehicle was located in a field inside the City of Salem. 

Salem was contacted and they responded to the scene.


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: 20 0321 04 
Date: 04/10/2020 03:55:00


Noise Complaint
375 Plymounth Pl.

Police were dispatch to a report of a noise complaint of loud music coming form a vehicle in 
the 300 block of Plymouth Pl. 

On arrival, officer checked the area but was unable to locate any vehicle playing music.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0320 04 
Date: 04/09/2020 16:17:00


Recovered property
1874 State RTE 344


Police spoke with a resident VIA phone about lost property in his yard. Police responded 
and recovered an Ohio license plate.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0317 04 
Date: 04/08/2020 11:39:00


Identity Theft /Fraud
1329 Andrew Ave


Officer spoke with the complainant by phone advising of a scam. The complainant stated 
that he was scammed after being on a video chat with a female on Facebook. The 
complainant exchanged nude pictures with the female then she wanted money or she 
would contact the police.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0319 04 
Date: 04/08/2020 21:21:00


Missing person
1584 N. Lincoln Ave.

Caller/Complainant: Charles Corbett


Police spoke with the complainant over the phone in reference to a missing juvenile. The 
juvenile was still entered as missing from a previous report #20-0267-03. 

The complainant advised they would call Akron PD to have them check a residence.


Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0318 04 
Date: 04/08/2020 20:22:00


Reckless Operator
Georgetown Rd. heading into Township


Police responded to the area of Georgetown Rd. for a report or a reckless driver heading 
into the Township. Police checked the area and were unable to locate the vehicle in 
question.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0316 04 
Date: 04/08/2020 08:45:00


Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
Stewart Rd @ Cliff Dr.


Officer responded to a report of lines down on the roadway on Stewart Rd at Cliff Dr. Officer 
arrived and found the lines to be either cable or phone lines. 

Officer cleared without incident after Ohio Edison and Spectrum was contacted.


Officer(s)
Chief Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0315 04 
Date: 04/08/2020 06:45:00


Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
12482 Goshen Rd

Caller/Complainant: Goshen PD


Police were dispatched to a report of a tree in the roadway. Officer arrived in the area and 
located a tree which was able to be removed. 

During that time officer located a black cell phone which was turned over to Goshen Pd to 
be logged.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927

External Agency(s)
Mahoning County - Goshen Twp. PD



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0313 04 
Date: 04/07/2020 22:40:00


Assist other Agency
2183 Goshen Rd.

Caller/Complainant: Alliance PD


Police were requested by Alliance PD to deliver a message to a resident in the 2100 block 
of Goshen Rd. Police spoke with the subject and they were advised to call Alliance PD.


Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0308 04 
Date: 04/06/2020 14:33:00


Reckless Operator
45 Bypass


Police advised of a gray dodge ram driving recklessly on the bypass near McKinney 
furniture. Police checked the area and was unable to locate the vehicle.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0314 04 
Date: 04/08/2020 00:30:00


Alarm drop
1967 S. Lincoln Ave


Police responded to a report of an alarm drop at the Salem Golf Club with negative key 
holder. Dispatch advised the alarm was coming from the golf cart shed door. 

On arrival, officer observed the door was slightly opened. Dispatch advised that door has 
been an ongoing problem. Officer checked the building which appeared ok and the door 
was re-secured.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0312 04 
Date: 04/07/2020 20:43:00


Noise Complaint
1000 block Jones Dr.


Police responded to the 1000 block of Jones Drive for a report of fireworks. Police checked 
the area and were unable to hear or see anything.


Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0311 04 
Date: 04/07/2020 17:07:00


Open door
544 Benton Road

Caller/Complainant: PTL J. Smith


While on patrol police observed an open door in the 500 blk of Benton Road. Police 
checked the property and contacted the property manager at Tri-County Realty. Tri-County 
Realty will secure the property.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0310 04 
Date: 04/06/2020 20:50:00


Welfare Check
664 W. Pidgeon Road

Caller/Complainant: Salem Police Department


Police responded to the 600 BLK of W. Pidgeon Road for a welfare check. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the residences, everything appeared to be ok.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0309 04 
Date: 04/06/2020 14:39:00


Threats or harassment
1133 Prospect, #5B


Police spoke to the complainant reference his children being threatened by an adult inside 
the complex over them playing outside on the side walk.


Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0307 04 
Date: 04/05/2020 19:32:00


Animal complaint
1834 Allen Rd.

Caller/Complainant: Trish Jones


Police responded to the 1800 block of Allen Rd. for a report of a wild raccoon on the back 
porch of said residence. 

On arrival, officer met with the complainant who stated that the raccoon has been on the 
back porch for about 30 minutes and wont leave. Officer approached and direct the raccoon 
off of said property toward the Woodline adjacent form the house.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0306 04 
Date: 04/05/2020 02:58:00


Investigate complaint
840 Stewart Rd.

Caller/Complainant: Elizabeth Faloba


Police responded to the above address for a report of someone breaking into their vehicle. 

Upon arrival police spoke to the complainant, it was advised that their car alarm was going 
off and that they seen someone take off across the street. Police checked the area and the 
woods in the direction in which it was advised the subject took off in. Police had negative 
contact with anyone in the area. 

Police returned to the complainant's residence to further speak with them and it was 
advised that nothing was taken from the vehicle. It was further advised that the subject was 
wearing a hoodie unknown in color. Police checked the surrounding area to see if anyone 
was out. Police observed no one to be in the area.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0305 04 
Date: 04/04/2020 22:47:00


Noise Complaint
2171 Shamrock Arbor Dr.


Officers responded to the 2100 block Shamrock Abor Ave. for a noise complaint. 

Officers made contact with homeowner who advised that they were getting ready to be 
done for the night. Officers then cleared without incident.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0304 04 
Date: 04/04/2020 22:04:00


Domestic complaint
797 Bethel Dr.

Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Officers responded to the 700 block of Bethel Dr. for a report of a dispute. 

Officers spoke to both parties involved who stated that it was a only verbal. Officers advised 
both parties that they should separate for the night and both agreed.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0303 04 
Date: 04/04/2020 17:43:00


Threats or harassment
1133 Prospect Street, #3B

Caller/Complainant: Kristen Howe


Officers spoke to a Dawn Howe via telephone regarding a protection order. She stated that 
she had filed for a protection order on her ex boyfriend. 

Officers check with CCSO who advised that it had not been served yet. Dispatch contacted 
Stark County Sheriffs Office who advised police her ex had been served on 3/20/2020. 
Police confirmed this information with the SGT on duty at SCSO. 

Police advised the complainant to come into the station and fill out a statement.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0302 04 
Date: 04/03/2020 23:30:00


Unwanted Subject/ One to be Removed
797 Bethel Dr.

Caller/Complainant: Christian Chappell


Police responded to the above address for one to be removed. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the complainant who advised that his ex girlfriend came to 
his residence and had gotten into an altercation with his current girlfriend. After speaking 
with the current girlfriend it was found that the altercation was physical in which visible 
marks were observed. 

Police spoke to both women involved and they both stated they did not wish to pursue any 
charges. The individual who was to be removed voluntarily left and police advised her not to 
return.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0301 04 
Date: 04/03/2020 22:28:00


Domestic complaint
1356 W. State St.


Officers responded to the 1300 block of W. State St. for a report of a domestic. Officers 
spoke to the complainant who stated that they had gotten into an argument with their 
boyfriend. 

Both the complainant and subject advised that it was verbal only.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0300 04 
Date: 04/03/2020 21:03:00


Welfare Check
1115 W. Perry St.


Officers responded to the 1100 block of W. Perry St. for a welfare check. Officers were 
advised that Donald had been drinking and had possibly made suicidal threats. Officers 
made contact with Donald who appeared to be very intoxicated .

Officers also found two juveniles inside the household. Officers asked Donald due to his 
level of intoxication if it would be alright for the juveniles to stay with a family member for the 
night. Donald stated that would be fine. 

Officers requested for the grandparents to come and pick the juveniles up. While waiting on 
the grandparents Donald made multiple comments stating he wished to harm himself. 

Officers requested an ambulance to respond to the scene to transport Donald to the 
hospital for an evaluation. 

Once the grandparents arrived and took the juveniles officers cleared the scene. 

Officers were later notified by the medical staff at Salem Hospital the Donald had been 
making threats towards his children. Officers were able to take a statement from the 
medical staff that he had made the remarks to and advised that children services would be 
notified.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0299 04 
Date: 04/03/2020 20:44:00


Contact by phone
1133 Prospect St., #3B, OH 44460

Caller/Complainant: Dawn Howe


Officers spoke to a Damn Howe via telephone regarding a protection order. She stated that 
she had filed for a protection order on her ex boyfriend. 

Officers check with CCSO who advised that it had not been served yet. Officers advised the 
complainant who stated that she understood.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0297 04 
Date: 04/02/2020 10:42:00


Vandalism
333 Springdale Ave


Police responded to the 300 blk of Springdale Ave for a report of vandalism to a mailbox. 

Upon arrival police checked the area and found that a vehicle drove off the roadway striking 
the mailbox and destroying it. The vehicle sustained damage to the right side mirror.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0292 04 
Date: 03/31/2020 23:24:00


Suspicious vehicle
2050 Allen Rd.


Police responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle with no lights on and running in the 
2000 block of Allen Rd. 

On arrival, Officer was unable to locate any vehicle in the area running or appearing out of 
place.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0291 03 
Date: 03/31/2020 22:25:00


Juvenile complaint
1360 W. State Street

Caller/Complainant: Ashlee Boley


Police responded to the 1300 blk of W. State Street for a juvenile complaint. 

Upon arrival police made contact with the complainant who stated that her 17yo daughter 
wanted to leave the residence. The juvenile stated her mom always sides with the boyfriend 
and she wants to leave for the night. The complainant stated she is not allowed to leave. 

Police advised the juvenile mom has parental rights until she turns 18yo.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0290 03 
Date: 03/31/2020 16:36:00


Welfare Check
1115 W. Perry Street

Caller/Complainant: Alliance Police Department


Police responded to the 1100 blk of W. Perry Street for a welfare check. Police attended to 
make contact, negative contact.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0289 03 
Date: 03/31/2020 15:23:00


911 hang-up
1119 Elberon Ave

Caller/Complainant: Salem Police Department


Police responded to the 1100 blk of Elberon Ave for a 911 hang-up. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the residence and after future investigation police had found 
a juvenile with an old cell phone dialed 911. Police explained to the juvenile that 911 is for 
emergency's only.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0288 03 
Date: 03/30/2020 21:00:00


Investigate complaint
US62 SR45 near Benton


While sitting stationary on US62 SR45 near Benton Road, a female came upon police 
asking for a courtesy transport to a residence in the 300 blk of S. Madison Ave. 

After further investigation police found the female had a run -in with Salem Police 
Department earlier in the day. Police contacted Salem to verify the story. Police transported 
the female to the residence.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0284 03 
Date: 03/29/2020 11:32:00


Animal complaint
867 Cunningham Rd.

Police responded to the 800 blk of Cunningham Rd. to check on a dog tied up to a porch. 

Upon arrival police checked on the dog and found that the dog did have sufficient food and 
water. The dog owner advised that the dog is only outside because it was nice outside and 
stated that the dog always comes in at night.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0285 03 
Date: 03/29/2020 16:17:00


Investigate complaint
1133 Prospect St., #3B

Caller/Complainant: Dawn Howe


Police responded to a report of a possible violation of a protection order. On arrival, officer 
spoke with the complainant where she stated that she was sitting on her front porch and 
observed a silver vehicle speed around the round about in front of her residence. The 
complainant stated that the driver had to be her ex Thomas Mitchell, but was unable to 
positively identify him .

The complainant stated that Mitchell has not yet been served. Officer checked the area but 
unable to locate Mitchell, the complainant was advised to call the police if she sees Mitchell 
again.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0286 03 
Date: 03/29/2020 16:34:00


Juvenile complaint
1133 Propect St., #8B

Caller/Complainant: Robin Toyer


Police responded to a report of a juvenile complaint. 

On arrival, officer spoke with the complainant who stated that her 16yo daughter wanted to 
leave and go to her fathers house. The complainant stated that the father has visitation 
every other weekend and holidays. The complainant further stated that she would allow the 
child to go to the fathers house for the week and return after his weekend on Sunday. 

All parties involved were advised to take child custody matters up with the courts.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0283 03 
Date: 03/28/2020 17:08:00


Alarm drop
1244 N. Lincoln Ave

Caller/Complainant: 21st Century


Police responded to the 1200 blk of N. Lincoln Ave for an alarm drop. 

Upon arrival dispatch cancelled police.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0282 03 
Date: 03/27/2020 19:34:00


Reckless Operator
N. Lincoln Ave.

Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Police responded to N. Lincoln Ave. for a report of a reckless driver heading northbound out 
of the City of Salem. 

Police checked the area and were unable to locate the vehicle in question.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0280 03 
Date: 03/26/2020 22:57:00


Suspicious vehicle
Circle K  1827 S Lincoln Ave.

Caller/Complainant: Employee


Police responded to the above business for a suspicious vehicle. It was advised that a male 
individual was inside a truck and that it was parked there for several hours. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the individual who advised he had just gotten off work and 
was relaxing. The individual left shortly after.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0279 03 
Date: 03/26/2020 21:14:00


Motorcycle/ATV complaint
Egypt Rd. at Painter Rd.


Police responded to the area of Egypt Rd. and Painter Rd. for a report of UTV's trespassing 
on private property. Police spoke with the property owner who advised they observed two 
UTV's on their property and fled the area into the township. 

Police advised there would be an extra watch.


Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0276 03 
Date: 03/26/2020 16:42:00


Unwanted Subject
Fresh Mark

Caller/Complainant: Fresh Mark Security


Officers responded to a report of an intoxicated male refusing to leave the Fresh Mark 
employee parking lot. 

Officers arrived and spoke with security. Officers checked the parking lot for the male but 
was unable to locate him. Officers cleared without incident.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0278 03 
Date: 03/26/2020 20:00:00


Fire
1900 block of Cunningham Rd


Officer responded to check the area of the 1900 block of Cunningham Rd for a report of a 
fire. 

Officer arrived and found a large fire in the woods behind the old junkyard on Cunningham 
Rd just before the railroad tracks. Officer advised dispatch to contact the fire department.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0277 03 
Date: 03/26/2020 19:02:00


Assault
741 Main St.

Caller/Complainant: Kari Stahl


Police spoke with the complainant in the 100 block of Benton Rd. in reference to an incident 
that occurred in the 700 block of Main St. The complainant advised she went to pick her 
daughter up from her step mother when they got into an argument about the child playing 
around other people. The complainant advised her step mom grabbed her. 

Police spoke with the other party involved who advised it did not happen.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0275 03 
Date: 03/26/2020 15:53:00


Medical
1151 Beechwood Rd


Officers responded to a report of a medical call. The complainant called 911 stating that he 
was really drunk and feeling sick.

Officers arrived with KLG and FD first responders. The complainant was transported to the 
Salem ER.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922
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: 20 0274 03 
Date: 03/26/2020 12:29:00


Assist other unit
800 blk of Georgetown Rd.

Caller/Complainant: CCSO


Police assisted the Columbiana County Sheriff's Dept. with serving arrest warrants at 
multiple locations in the Twp. and City .

Officers made arrests on two subjects, William Poling and Sheldon Ludt. Both subjects 
were transported to the Columbiana County jail complex.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0273 03 
Date: 03/26/2020 03:51:00


Suspicious person
1205 Depot Rd

Caller/Complainant: Concerned citizen, 7h


Police were flagged down by a concerned citizen who stated that there was a male subject 
standing in the road asking for police, due to 4 unknown subjects that broke into his 
residence. 

On arrival, officer made contact with Ryan Armstrong (35) of Salem, who was highly 
intoxicate, stating there were 4 males in his residence. During that time, his father Rich 
came outside stating everything was ok.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0272 03 
Date: 03/25/2020 17:37:00


Animal complaint
N. Ellsworth Ave at US 62


Police responded to the intersection of N. Ellsworth Ave at US 62 for a loose K9 possibly 
eating roadkill. 

Upon arrival police found the "K9" in question to be a deer, that was eating grass.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0267 03 
Date: 03/23/2020 14:47:00


Missing Person
1584 N. Lincoln Ave

Caller/Complainant: Charles Corbett


Officer responded to a report of a missing juvenile. Officer arrived and spoke with the 
complainant. The complainant stated that sometime on Friday 2-20-20 his 15 year old 
daughter left the residence and has not returned. The complainant stated that she is 
supposed to be on house arrest through Columbiana County Juvenile Court. The 
complainant stated that he does not know what she was wearing since he did not observe 
her leave. 

The complainant did fill out a missing person report and it was entered into LEADS.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0268 03 
Date: 03/23/2020 19:36:00


Domestic complaint
1490 Garfield Ave

Caller/Complainant: Jeri Blackburn


Officer responded to a reported domestic dispute at 1490 Garfield Ave. Officer arrived and 
spoke with the complainant Jeri Blackburn. The dispute was over the complainants 
husband coming back to the residence intoxicated and calling her name .

The complainant stated that she was seeking advise on how to handle the situation. The 
complainant was given options and advised if it becomes physical to call the police. The 
complainant remained at the residence while office cleared.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0266 03 
Date: 03/20/2020 16:00:00


Sex offense
1834 Allen Rd.


Police responded to the 1800 blk of Allen Rd. for a report for a report of a sexual assault. 
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: 20 0265 03 
Date: 03/20/2020 13:21:00


Theft
501 W. Pine Lake Rd.


Police spoke with a female complainant from the 500 blk of W. Pine Lake Rd. in reference 
to a theft. The complainant advised that her brother was stealing from their mother's bank 
account while he was the power of attorney. 

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: 20 0264 03 
Date: 03/20/2020 12:03:00


Domestic complaint
1495 Benton Rd.


Police spoke with a male and female complainant on station in reference to a domestic 
dispute that occurred in the 1400 blk of Benton Rd. Both parties advised that they were 
arguing and the male subject punched a hole in the wall. 

The male advised that he would fix the hole within three weeks. 

Police advised the female to contact the Department when the damage is fixed.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0263 03 
Date: 03/20/2020 07:36:00


Property damage accident - Citation Issued
W. Pershing and Georgetown RD


Police responded to a semi tractor trailer that had attempted to turn from W. Pershing onto 
to Georgetown Road when the semi tractor became stuck in the yard of a business. Police 
stood by for traffic control until a tow truck arrived and pulled the semi out. 

Police issued a citation to the operator Amir D Adams age 27 of Warrensville Heights was 
cited for Failure to Control and advised to contact the court.


Officer(s)
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: 20 0264 03 
Date: 03/20/2020 12:03:00


Domestic complaint
1495 Benton Rd.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0263 03 
Date: 03/20/2020 07:36:00


Property damage accident
W. Pershing and Georgetown RD

Caller/Complainant: Kaiser, Towing


Police responded to a semi tractor trailer that had attempted to turn from W. Pershing onto 
to Georgetown Road when the semi tractor became stuck in the yard of a business. Police 
stood by for traffic control until a tow truck arrived and pulled the semi out. 

Police issued a citation to the operator Amir D Adams age 27 of Warrensville Heights was 
cited for Failure to Control and advised to contact the court.


Officer(s)
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: 20 0262 03 
Date: 03/19/2020 13:49:00


Assist other unit
35407 Salmar Dr.

Caller/Complainant: CCSO


Police responded to the 35000 blk of Slamar Dr. to assist the Columbiana County Sheriff's 
Office with a missing juvenile .

Upon arrival officers checked the area and found the juvenile hiding at a neighbors 
residence by the back porch.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923 
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: 20 0261 03 
Date: 03/19/2020 08:06:00


OH-1/Non Injury
Church at the Center


Officer responded to a report of a one vehicle accident without injuries in the 1700 block of 
S. Lincoln Ave. 

Officer arrived and found the vehicle a Sliver 2002 Toyota Solara unoccupied with the 
owner of the vehicle standing in the parking lot of 1785 S. Lincoln Ave. The owner, Norma 
Jean Kibler, stated that her son, Bradford Kibler Jr. was driving the vehicle but got a ride to 
his residence. The owner called her son and advised him to return to the scene. The vehicle 
sustained disabling damage and was towed from the scene by Sinsley Towing. 

Officer found property damage to the fence posts and chain in the parking lot to the Church 
of the Center. Officer made contact with the driver that returned to the scene. Mr. Kibler was 
found to have been driving under suspension. 

Officer cited Mr. Kibler for DUS and failure to control and given a court date of 3-26-20 at 
0830 hours in Columbiana County Municipal Court.


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: 20 0260 03 
Date: 03/19/2020 07:38:00


Theft
Compco Quaker

Caller/Complainant: Anna Rolland


Officer received a call to contact Compco Quaker in reference to a theft report. Officer 
contacted the complainant by phone .

The complainant stated that a terminated employee (Joshua Seeley) from February came 
into the plant early this morning. The ex-employee attempted to steal another current 
employee's tools but was unsuccessful after being caught by employee working. 

The complainant wished to have a report on file of the incident.




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0259 03 
Date: 03/18/2020 12:41:00


Emergency notification
1451 W. State

Caller/Complainant: Lisbon PD


Lisbon PD requested Perry Twp PD make contact with a residence in the Township for 
death notification. 

Police made contact with the family and provided them with contact information.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0258 03 
Date: 03/18/2020 10:39:00


Welfare Check
1151 Liberty St.

Police requested by family member to do a welfare check on a female that was discharged 
from the hospital several days ago .

Contact was made and the female refused to seek medical treatment.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0252 03 
Date: 03/16/2020 20:38:00


Suicide attempt
264 Apple Street


Police responded to the 200 blk of Apple street for a juvenile attempting to harm 
themselves. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the juvenile and complainant, the complainant stated the 
juvenile has a history of trying to harm herself. Police stood -by until KLG and Perry 
Township Fire Department arrived. The juvenile was transported to the hospital by KLG for 
further medical treatment.


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: 20 0254 03 
Date: 03/17/2020 02:49:00


Suspicious vehicle
Circle K  1827 S. Lincoln Ave.

Caller/Complainant: Store clerk


Police checked on a suspicious vehicle at the above business. It was advised that a blue 
vehicle was at the gas pump for and extended amount of time and that there was no 
movement from the individual inside the vehicle. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the individual in the vehicle who advised he was playing on 
his cell phone and that he would leave. Once the vehicle left the business police cleared.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0253 03 
Date: 03/16/2020 21:43:00


Vandalism
Compco Quaker


Police spoke with an employee of Compco Quaker VIA phone in reference to a vandalism 
of a vehicle. 

Police have a report on file.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0251 03 
Date: 03/16/2020 13:59:00


Private Property Accident
690 Benton Rd.


Officer responded to a report of a private property accident at 690 Benton Rd. 

Officer arrived and found that Unit #1 a Silver 2008 Dodge Avenger driven/owned by Anna 
Foust (84) of Salem was backing out of a parking spot. Unit #2 a Silver 2015 Dodge 
Caravan was unoccupied parked in front of the entrance door. Unit # 1 backed up striking 
Unit #2. Both Unit's sustained minor damage.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0250 03 
Date: 03/16/2020 06:44:00


OH-1/Non Injury
US 62 4-Lane Eastbound


Police responded to the above area for a car vs. deer accident. Unit # 1 owned/operated by 
Meghan Risbeck (27) Hanoverton Oh, 44432 was traveling eastbound on the US62 bypass 
(4-Lane) when a deer entered the roadway causing her to strike it. 

Due to striking the deer there was significant frontend damage to the driver side bumper 
and headlight. Police document the damages with photos and issued a report number for 
the insurance company. The vehicle did drive away from the scene. 

Police also found the deer in a nearby ditch which was still alive but injured. Police 
dispatched the deer and cleared.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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WHERE TO VOTE PERRY TOWNSHIP MARCH 17, 2020

Perry Township 

059 North Perry Township Administration Bldg., 2198 N. Ellsworth 337-7836 

060 SW Perry Township Road Department, 1320 Depot Rd., Salem 337-7266 

061 SE McKinney’s Furniture, 530 E. Pidgeon Rd. 332-9028 




WHERE TO VOTE PERRY TOWNSHIP MARCH 17, 2020

Perry Township 

059 North Perry Township Administration Bldg., 2198 N. Ellsworth 337-7836 

060 SW Perry Township Road Department, 1320 Depot Rd., Salem 337-7266 

061 SE McKinney’s Furniture, 530 E. Pidgeon Rd. 332-9028 




WHERE TO VOTE PERRY TOWNSHIP MARCH 17, 2020

Perry Township 

059 North Perry Township Administration Bldg., 2198 N. Ellsworth 337-7836 

060 SW Perry Township Road Department, 1320 Depot Rd., Salem 337-7266 

061 SE McKinney’s Furniture, 530 E. Pidgeon Rd. 332-9028 




Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0241 03 
Date: 03/14/2020 13:57:00


Alarm drop
1637 N. Lincoln Ave

Caller/Complainant: ATC Alarm Company


Police responded to the 1600 blk of N. Lincoln Ave for a report of a residential alarm drop. 

Upon arrival police found that a realtor was showing the house to a potential buyer.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0246 03 
Date: 03/15/2020 14:53:00


Assist other unit
Highland Ave @ dead end

Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Police were dispatch to assist Salem PD with a subject that was called in for trespassing. 

On arrival, officer made contact with Salem officer where he advised that the subjects in 
question were not trespassing and that they had permission to be there.


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: 20 0236 03 
Date: 03/13/2020 16:55:00


Felony Warrant - Arrest Made
290 Idaho Ave

Caller/Complainant: Amanda Hines


Police responded to the 200 blk of Idaho Ave for a reported theft of a WiFi tower. 

Upon arrival police found that the subject allegedly stole the tower and fled through the 
woods. Police located the male subject, Robert W. Reckner (39) of Salem, OH, 44460, 
walking down the roadway and took him into custody for his outstanding felony warrants out 
of Columbiana County .

Reckner was transported to the Columbiana County jail to await his hearing. No other 
charges are pending as the WiFi tower was located hidden in the complainant's residence.


Officer(s)
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: 20 0249 03 
Date: 03/15/2020 23:07:00


Animal complaint
Liberty @ Overlook


Police responded to the above area for a barking dog complaint. 

Upon arrival police sat stationary to see if anything could be heard in the area. Police heard 
no barking and cleared without incident.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0248 03 
Date: 03/15/2020 18:38:00


Medical
Salem Regional ER


Police responded to Salem Regional ER for a report of a 15 yo female with severe burns to 
hand, and leg. 

On arrival, officer made contact with the victim. The Victim stated that she was attempting 
to start a fire in a burn pit located on her parents property with her sister and friend in order 
to roast hotdogs. The victim stated as she attempted to start the fire that when she heard a 
loud boom, then she was on fire. 

The victim's mother rushed her to the hospital where she was treated and transferred to 
Akron Children's Hospitals Burn unit.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927

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




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0247 03 
Date: 03/15/2020 16:44:00


OH-1/Non Injury
Newgarden Rd. @ Conser Dr.


Police responded to a single vehicle accident on Newgarden Rd. just north of Conser Dr. 

Unit # 1 operated by Keith E. Stokes age 50 of Lisbon OH was traveling south on 
Newgarden Rd when he lost control. Unit # 1 veered right leaving the roadway struck a 
ditch, utility pole and a tree before coming to rest against the tree. 

Mr. Stokes was evaluated by KLG and Kaiser towing was requested by the operator to 
remove the vehicle.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927

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




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0245 03 
Date: 03/15/2020 14:30:00


Assault
Blossom Nursing Home


Police spoke with two complainants on station in reference to an assault that took place at 
Blossom Nursing Home. 

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: 20 0244 03 
Date: 03/15/2020 07:49:00


Vandalism
981 W. Pine Lake Rd.

Caller/Complainant: Shirley Boyd


Police spoke with a complainant from the 900 blk of W. Pine Lake Rd., via telephone, in 
reference to vandalism to their mailbox. The complainant advised that sometime over night 
there mailbox was damaged with possibly a baseball bat. 

Police will be providing an increased patrol in the area.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0243 03 
Date: 03/15/2020 03:02:00


Theft
251 Stewart Rd.


Police responded to the above address for a report of a theft. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the homeowner /victim, who advised they were having a 
party at the residence and when she had gone into her bedroom she realized that someone 
had gone through several drawers and also her purse. The homeowner stated that 
approximately $ 300.00 in cash was taken and her husbands gold ring which was estimated 
be be a value of $500.00 was also taken. 

Police documents the crime scene of the open drawers and purse with photos and also had 
the homeowner fill out a statement form. The home owner and other people who was at the 
residence did advise police of three names of potential suspects. Police advised the report 
would be forwarded to the detective for further investigation. 

Police further advised the homeowner that if she realizes at any point that anything else is 
missing to contact the police so that it could be added to the report.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0242 03 
Date: 03/14/2020 14:46:00


Misdemeanor Warrant - Arrest Made
1292 Andrew Ave

Caller/Complainant: Reynolds, Det.


Police responded to the 1200 blk of Andrew Ave after being made aware of an active 
misdemeanor warrant out of Columbiana County. 

Upon arrival police subsequently arrested, Steven Martin (32) of Leetonia, OH, 44431 On a 
Failure to appear, Child Support warrant. Martin was transported to the Columbiana County 
jail complex by Perry Township Police Department.




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0240 03 
Date: 03/14/2020 10:34:00


Juvenile complaint
SR 45 at SR 9


Police responded to the area of SR 45 at SR 9 for a report of a juvenile walking on the 
roadway. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the juvenile who advised that he was walking home from a 
friends house where he spent the night. Police gave the juvenile a ride back to their 
residence in the 200 blk of Idaho Ave.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0239 03 
Date: 03/14/2020 10:02:00


Threats or harassment
2183 Goshen Rd.


Police spoke with a female complainant, via telephone, in reference to receiving threats 
from her father. The complainant advised that their father told her that he was going to "Kill 
Her" over the phone multiple times before her mother took the phone away from him. 

The complainant also advised that she believed her family has been breaking into her 
apartment, in the Columbus area. 

Police advised the complainant to contact Columbus PD also to file a compliant with them.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0238 03 
Date: 03/13/2020 19:19:00


Animal complaint
476 Benton Rd.


Police responded to the 400 block of Benton Rd. for a report of two dogs in the neighbors 
yard. Police made contact with the owners who advised the dogs somehow got outside. 

They were taken inside and police cleared.


Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0237 03 
Date: 03/13/2020 17:40:00


Threats or harassment
2077 Countryside Dr.

Caller/Complainant: Debbie Campoliti


Police responded to the 2000 block of Countryside Dr. for a report of harassment. The 
complainant advised they received numerous phone calls from different numbers and her 
husband was getting upset. 

The complainant was advised of her options.


Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0235 03 
Date: 03/13/2020 12:39:00


Civil process
1871 Cliff Dr.

Caller/Complainant: Marylynn Hicks


Police spoke with a complainant from the 1800 blk of Cliff Dr. in reference to living issues 
they are having with their sibling .

Police advised the complainant that they needed to speak with an attorney.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0234 03 
Date: 03/13/2020 12:38:00


Welfare Check
Egypt Rd. at Painter Rd.


Police responded to the area of Egypt Rd. near Painter Rd. for a report of a elderly man 
walking down the roadway and looked like he was in need of assistance. 

Police made contact with the male who advised that he was fine and was just out for a walk.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Number: 20 0232 03 
Date: 03/13/2020 06:18:00

Alarm drop
Salem Golf Club

Caller/Complainant: state alarm


Police responded to the above address for an alarm. It was advised that it came from the 
garage where the golf carts was kept .

Upon arrival police observed the garage door open. Police checked the interior finding no 
one inside. Police resecured the garage door. Police also checked the main building finding 
it to be secure as well.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0231 03 
Date: 03/11/2020 17:44:00


OH-1/Non Injury - Citation Issued
SR 45 bypass @ Georgetown Rd

Caller/Complainant: County 911


Officers responded to a report of a two vehicle accident with no injuries at SR 45 bypass 
and Georgetown Rd. 

Officers arrived and found that Unit #1 a Silver 2008 GMC Envoy driven by Florence 
Reichenbach (89) of N. Georgetown was traveling west on Georgetown Rd. Unit #2 a Blue 
2018 Chevy Cruze driven/owned by Dale Peebles (25) of Minerva was traveling north on 
SR 45 bypass. Unit #1 failed to yield the intersection of SR 45 bypass and Georgetown Rd 
striking Unit #2. 

Both vehicles sustained disabling damage. No injuries were reported. 

Unit #1 was towed by Reichenbach Towing and Unit #2 was towed by Sinsley's Towing. 

Unit #1 was cited for FTY intersection and given a court date of 03-24-20 at 0830 hrs in 
Columbiana County Municipal Court.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922 
Jordan Reynolds 923

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: 20 0230 03 
Date: 03/11/2020 15:46:15


Speak with Officer

Caller/Complainant: Jimmie David


Police spoke with complainant reference a matter that took place several weeks back and 
was wanting to speak with police about it. It was determined to be a civil matter.


Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0229 03 
Date: 03/11/2020 13:19:00


911 hang-up
1106 Overlook

Caller/Complainant: Salem, PD

Police responded to the area of 1106 Overlook for a open 911 call that was pinged with 
screaming in the background. Police checked the area and spoke to the homeowner with 
police unable to locate the open line and the call was hung up.


Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0228 03 
Date: 03/11/2020 09:00:00


Alarm drop
2073 Countryside

Caller/Complainant: ADT


Police responded to a residential alarm at the above location, Police checked the residence 
and found it secure.


Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0228 03 
Date: 03/11/2020 09:00:00


Alarm drop
2073 Countryside

Caller/Complainant: ADT


Police responded to a residential alarm at the above location, Police checked the residence 
and found it secure.


Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0226 03 
Date: 03/09/2020 15:17:00


Civil Complaint
1257 W. State St.

Caller/Complainant: Jim Kelly


Officer spoke with the complainant at his residence in reference to his rental property at 
1257 W. State St. The complainant stated that he has not been able to make contact with 
the upstairs renters at 1257 W. State St. The complainant stated that he has left a note on 
the door that is now gone along with seeing a cat inside the residence. 

The complainant is unsure if the residence is still occupied or not. Officer advised him to 
contact his attorney for legal advise on the eviction process.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0225 03 
Date: 03/09/2020 14:08:00


Identity Theft /Fraud
1235 Conser Dr.

Caller/Complainant: Dustin Houchins


Officer spoke with the complainant by phone in reference to a fraud /scam. The complainant 
advised that he recently applied for a loan online and received a phone call today from the 
supposed loan officers. The complainant stated that he did give all his information to the 
unknown males before he realized it was a scam. 

The complainant stated that money was transferred into his checking account at Chase 
Bank with the understanding that he was to purchase Google Play cards with the fronted 
money. The complainant did make contact with his bank and he was advised to make a 
police report.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0224 03 
Date: 03/08/2020 22:13:00


Suspicious person
1976 S. Lincoln Ave.

Caller/Complainant: Judy Stratton


Officers responded to the 1900 block of S. Lincoln Ave. for a report of a suspicious person 
outside of a house. Officers met and spoke with the complainant who stated they had heard 
noises out back. 

Officers checked the area and adjacent structures and had negative contact with anyone.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0223 03 
Date: 03/08/2020 21:19:00


Structure fire
439 Benton Rd.

Officers responded to the 400 block of Benton Rd. along with the Fire Department for a 
structure fire. 

Officers block the roadway for the FD until no longer needed. The fire Department notified 
the officers on that the State Fire Marshall had been contacted and would be in around the 
morning hours of 3/9/2020.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930 
Zachary Sanford 924

External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department 
Salem City - Salem Police Department
SFD - Salem Fire Department




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0213 03 
Date: 03/05/2020 19:24:00

Juvenile complaint
1299 Elberon Ave.


Police responded to the 1200 block of Elberon Ave. for a report of an angry juvenile. Police 
spoke with the parent and counselor and were able to calm the juvenile down. 

Police advised the parent of their options.


Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0222 03 
Date: 03/08/2020 17:55:00


Animal complaint
2198 N. Ellsworth Ave.


Officers responded to the 2100 block of N. Ellsworth Ave. for an animal complainant. 
Officers were advised that a dog may have been hit and was in the field behind Police 
Department. 

Officers were unable to get close to the dog but could see that it did not appear to be 
injured.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0221 03 
Date: 03/08/2020 11:14:00


Felony Warrant - Arrest Made
1807 Depot Rd.

Caller/Complainant: Reynolds, Det.


Perry Twp. Police along with Salem Police and the Columbiana County Sheriff's Office 
responded to 1807 Depot Rd. to conduct a Felony Warrant Arrest on, Malik R. Pullie (22), 
after receiving information that he was hiding inside the residence .

Upon arrival police spoke with the home owners and gained permission to enter the 
residence. While searching the upstairs of the residence, Pullie, jumped from a second 
story window and started running leading police on a foot pursuit. 

After a good distance, A Perry Twp. Officer apprehended Pullie in the 300 blk of W. Pidgeon 
Rd. Pullie was transported to the Columbiana County jail on the Charge of Escape and 
Obstruction. Further charges are pending.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923
Richard Kimble 922

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: 20 0220 03 
Date: 03/08/2020 08:14:00


Alarm drop
2073 Countryside Dr.

Caller/Complainant: ADT Alarm


Police responded to the 2000 blk of Countryside Dr. for a reported residential alarm. 

Upon arrival police checked the exterior of the residence finding all doors and windows 
secure.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0219 03 
Date: 03/08/2020 03:07:00


Traffic Offense - Arrest Made
Logue Monument Co.


Police conducted a traffic stop on a 2004 Chevy Silverado 1500 maroon in color 
owned/operated by Jack Shaffer III (34) Canton, Ohio 44720 for having only one headlight. 
Police spoke with the driver and advised him the reasoning of the stop. 

Perry Twp . Police did request Salem PD K9 unit to the scene where K9 Argo did an open 
air sniff on the vehicle which did provide positive indication to the presence of a narcotic 
odor. Police searched the vehicle and was also advised by Mr. Shaffer that there was a lock 
box in the back seat that had marijuana cigarettes in it. Mr. Shaffer advised police the 
combination to the lock box, inside the box police also found a glass narcotics pipe. When 
asked about it it was advised it was used to smoke methamphetamine .

Subsequently police arrested Mr. Shaffer for possession of drug paraphernalia and 
transported him to the Columbiana County Jail where he was released into their custody. All 
evidence recovered on scene was photographed and placed into evidence .

Police also charged Shaffer for driving with only one headlight.


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: 20 0218 03 
Date: 03/08/2020 00:50:00


Noise Complaint
1824 Countryside Dr.


Police responded to the above address for a noise complaint. It was advised kids was 
outside playing basketball. 

Upon arrival police spoke to both the kids and the parents and advised them of the 
complaint. The kids went inside for the rest of the evening.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0217 03 
Date: 03/07/2020 18:16:00


Investigate complaint
1238 E 11TH Street


Police responded to the 1200 blk of E 11TH Street to assisted Perry Township Fire 
Department with a residential lock out .

Upon arrival police checked the residence and gained entry through an unlocked window 
on the Northside of the residence.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928
Ryan Connolly 930

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




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0216 03 
Date: 03/07/2020 08:20:00


Identity Theft /Fraud
1831 SR 344

Caller/Complainant: Mark Zocolo


Police spoke with a complainant on station in reference to a fraudulent account being 
opened in their name and a large amount of money being charged to it. The complainant 
stated that they have already contacted an attorney and needed to file a police report to 
have this issue rectified.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0215 03 
Date: 03/06/2020 17:45:00


Suspicious Person
Circle K South, 1827 S. Lincoln Ave.


Officers responded to a report of a male sitting passed out in a vehicle in the Circle K South 
parking lot. 

Officers arrived and found Perry FD and EMT on scene. Emergency personnel had the 
male awake and speaking with him. Officers spoke with the male, Robert Crestbo, and he 
stated that he was just taking a nap. 

The male was found to have no outstanding warrants and sent on his way. 

Officers cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922 
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: 20 0214 03 
Date: 03/06/2020 15:14:00


Suspicious Person
1555 Brookview Dr.


Police responded to the 1500 blk of Brookview Dr. for a report of a suspicious person 
driving a silver vehicle taking pictures of vehicles in their driveway.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0209 03 
Date: 03/04/2020 11:33:00


Identity Theft /Fraud
Circle K  1827 S. Lincoln Ave

Caller/Complainant: Rebecca Sharrar


Police spoke to the complainant reference fraudulent charges on her debit card after using 
it on 03-03-2020 at Circle K south.

Police advised the complainant on what she needed to do to have the charges investigated.


Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0212 03 
Date: 03/05/2020 02:00:00


Medical
570 Brittany Ln.


Police responded to a medical call to assist FD with a victim who was alone and having 
heart problems. 

Officer arrived on scene first and made contact with the victim who was coherent and 
breathing on her own. Shortly after, FD and KLG arrived to provide medical treatment and 
officer cleared with 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: 20 0211 03 
Date: 03/04/2020 22:19:00


Noise Complaint
410 Benton Rd.


Police responded to the 400 block of Benton Rd. for a report of a loud person. 

Police made contact with the subject who advised she was intoxicated. She advised she 
would keep it down for the night.


Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0210 03 
Date: 03/04/2020 20:54:00


Civil Complaint
1267 W. Pine Lake Rd.

Caller/Complainant: Kerstian Fleshman


Police spoke with the complainant in reference to a custody dispute. The complainant 
advised the father of their child did not bring the child back at the agreed upon time. 

The complainant wished to have a report on file.


Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0207 03 
Date: 03/04/2020 03:10:00


Investigate complaint
1715 Goshen Rd.

Caller/Complainant:  Josh Schroepfer


Police responded to the 1700 block for a report of a unknown noise complaint called in by a 
home owner. The complainant stated that he heard a noise outside his residence and 
wanted an officer to check the area. 

Officer responded and checked the area but was unable to locate anything and all 
appeared ok. 

Officer cleared nothing further.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0206 03 
Date: 03/03/2020 15:01:00


OH-1/Non Injury - Citation Issued
US 62 at E. Pine Lake Road

Caller/Complainant: Salem Police Department


Police responded to US62 at E. Pine Lake Road for a (2) vehicle accident without injuries. 
Upon arrival police found a 2001 Ford Ranger (maroon) operated by Harter (16) of 
Youngstown, Ohio was Northbound on US62 when he failed to see stopped traffic at E. 
Pine Lake Road and rear-ended a 2014 Toyota Corolla (white) operated by Aurora Allen 
(51) of Youngstown, Ohio.

One vehicle sustained disabling damage and had to be towed from the scene by Sinsley's 
Towing. Harter was issued a citation for ACDA, and will be notified by mail of his court date 
through Juvenile Court.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928 
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: 20 0205 03 
Date: 03/03/2020 12:06:00


Theft
1115 W. Perry Street


Police spoke with a resident VIA phone for a report of theft. The resident state his phone 
was stolen, that he just bought by his ex girlfriend. 

Police spoke with the suspect VIA phone and found the said stolen item was a gift. The 
suspect confirmed this information from text messages from the resident.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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MISSING PERSON FOUND

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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0204 03 
Date: 03/03/2020 09:34:08


Alarm drop
21st Century

Caller/Complainant: 21st Century


Police called to check on a alarm at 810 Main St. Police arrived and advised the employee 
of the call.


Officer(s)
Chief Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0199 03 
Date: 03/02/2020 11:52:00


Open door
342 Plymouth

Caller/Complainant: Emigh, Chief


Police while on patrol observed a open garage door at a residence that is not occupied at 
this time. Police checked the residence and cleared.


Officer(s)
Chief Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0203 03 
Date: 03/03/2020 03:20:00


Medical
Salem Acres, 1133 Prospect St, #2B

Caller/Complainant: Erin McCoy


Police responded to the above address for a medical. It was advised from the complainant 
that her husband was incoherent .

Upon arrival Perry Twp. Fire Dept. along with KLG got the male individual loaded on a cot 
and transported him to the ER. Police followed the ambulance to the hospital due to the 
individual being aggressive. Once at the hospital the individual was calm and police cleared 
without incident.


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: 20 0202 03 
Date: 03/02/2020 19:58:00


Welfare Check
1115 W. Perry St.

Caller/Complainant: Sebring PD


Officers responded to the 1100 block of W. Perry St. for a welfare check requested by 
Sebring Police Department. Sebring PD advised the the owner of the residence was calling 
another subject that was located in the village. 

Officers made contact with the homeowner who appeared intoxicated.  Officers also had to 
advise the homeowner Donald Hall to cease contact with the other subject in Sebring. 
Donald advised he understood and would stop.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0201 03 
Date: 03/02/2020 19:47:00


Property damage accident
Saxon Club, 1980 SR-9

Caller/Complainant: James Weber


Officers responded to the 1900 block of SR-9 for a vehicle in a ditch. Officers located the 
vehicle and the complainant advised that he had someone close behind him and could not 
see the driveway due to the headlights in his mirror. 

The complainants vehicle did not sustain any damage and officers requested a tow to 
remove the vehicle. Once Kaiser's Towing arrived the vehicle was removed from the ditch 
and officers cleared the scene.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0200 03 
Date: 03/02/2020 17:36:00


Missing person
518 N. Ohio Blvd

Caller/Complainant: Brenda R Fitch


Officers responded 500 block of N. Ohio Blvd. for a missing persons report. Officers spoke 
to the complainant who stated that her husband Jess Fitch has been missing since 1200 
hrs. on this date. 

Officers had the complainant fill out a missing persons form to be faxed to County Dispatch 
Center so the missing person could be entered into LEADS. Officers searched the area and 
had negative contact. 

03-03-2020 Police advised that Mr. Fitch was located in Chippewa PA and was ok. The 
family was going to pick him up.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0198 03 
Date: 03/02/2020 13:03:53


Animal complaint
Ohio & Grant


Police requested to check for a animal carcass lying along the road. Police checked the 
area and was unable to locate any carcass.


Officer(s)
Chief Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0197 03 
Date: 03/02/2020 06:03:00


Traffic jam/road blocked
SR9 @SR45

Caller/Complainant: CCSO


Police responded to the above area for a pick up truck that lost some of its load on the 
roadway. 

Upon arrival the driver had most of the material back in the truck and resecured. Once the 
roadway was cleared the vehicle took off without further incident.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924

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




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GOOD WORK PERRY TWP POLICE
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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0191 02 
Date: 02/29/2020 08:30:00


Welfare Check
859 Cunningham Rd.

Caller/Complainant:  EPPD


Police responded to the 800 blk of Cunningham Rd. for to conduct a welfare check for the 
East Palestine Police Department. 

Upon arrival police made contact with subjects inside the residence who advised that the 
subject to be checked on was in Wooster, Ohio with their mother.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0189 02 
Date: 02/28/2020 12:13:00


Medical
1391 Highland Ave East

Caller/Complainant:  Life Alert


Police responded tot he 1300 blk of Highland Ave East for a reported medical called in by 
life alert. 

Upon arrival police that the complainant had fallen and could not get back up. Police 
assisted EMS in getting the complainant back into their chair.


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: 20 0197 03 
Date: 03/02/2020 06:03:00


Traffic jam/road blocked
SR9 @SR45

Caller/Complainant:  CCSO


Police responded to the above area for a pick up truck that lost some of its load on the 
roadway. 

Upon arrival the driver had most of the material back in the truck and resecured. Once the 
roadway was cleared the vehicle took off without further 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: 20 0196 03 
Date: 03/01/2020 18:38:00


Suicide attempt
6257 Camp Blvd


Police responded to a transfer call from Columbiana County Sheriffs Office regarding 
suicidal threats. Officer was advised that a subject was driving a dark blue impala toward 
Salem on Depot Rd. 

Officer responded to the area but was unable to locate said vehicle. A Deputy made contact 
and stated that the subject in question arrived home and a Deputy is out with him. 

Officer cleared nothing further.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927

External Agency(s)
Post#15 - OSP 
CCSO - Columbiana County Sheriff's Office




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0195 03 
Date: 03/01/2020 16:59:00


Hunters/target shooters
797 Bethel Dr.


Police responded to the 700 block of Bethel Dr. for a report of gun fire. 

On arrival, officer observed a male subject target shooting a rifle into a backstop on his own 
property safely. Officer made contact and advised of the complaint. The subject stated that 
he was out of ammo and would not be shooting anymore. 

Officer cleared nothing further.

He was advised of the noise complaint, he stated that he was done shooting for the night 
due to running out of ammo.



Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0194 03 
Date: 03/01/2020 07:11:00


Assist other unit
Perry Twp. Police Dept.


Police spoke with a female complainant on station in reference to a domestic dispute that 
occurred in the City of Salem .

Police contacted Salem Police and they responded to the station t take the complaint.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0193 03 
Date: 03/01/2020 00:51:00


Narcotics complaint - Arrest Made
369 Lake Ave.


Police responded to the above address for a narcotics complaint. 

Upon arrival police was met by several individuals who advised they were having a 
gathering. Upon speaking to one of the individuals at said gathering it was advised she was 
having a bad episode due to alcohol consumption and drug use. 

KLG Ambulance Service's did respond to the scene so that the female subject could be 
transported to the ER for treatment. While leading the female to the ambulance she became 
very disorderly with police, and KLG employees by screaming and becoming limp and not 
wanting to comply. Once she was loaded up in the ambulance she was transported to the 
Salem Reginal Medical Center for treatment. 

Subsequently upon discharge from the hospital police charged Sallee O. Keniston (27) 
Salem, Ohio 44460 with Disorderly conduct by intoxication a misdemeanor of the fourth 
degree and transported her to the Columbiana County Jail where she was released into 
their custody. 

Drug paraphernalia was also recovered at the residence and logged into evidence.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924

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: 20 0192 02 
Date: 02/29/2020 21:09:00


Suspicious vehicle
701 Michigan BLVD


Police responded to 700 blk of Michigan BLVD 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: 20 0190 02 
Date: 02/28/2020 18:13:00


Civil Complaint
1133 Prospect St, #17A

Caller/Complainant: Marie Scheeufele


Officers responded to a report of a child custody issue at 1133 Prospect St 17A. 

Officers arrived and found that the ex-husband David showed up with visitation papers 
wanting his children. Officers spoke with the complainant's social worker and she stated 
that the complainant has never been served a copy of the court order visitation papers. 

David was advised that the complainant was not going to let him have the children and to 
leave. David was extremely unhappy and threw the complainant's car seat onto the ground. 

Officers remained in the area in case David would return which he did not.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922
Jordan Reynolds 923
Channing Hank 925




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0188 02 
Date: 02/28/2020 05:19:00


Traffic offense - Citation Issued
Bypass at Goshen Rd.

Caller/Complainant: Perry Twp Police Dept


While on patrol, officer completed a registration check on a Tan Chevy Cruz showing valid 
but the registered owner Kevin William Bleich (31) out of Salem, OH. to have a suspended 
license. 

Officer conducted a traffic stop and Bleich was issued a traffic citation for operating a 
vehicle with a Failure to Reinstate suspension and given a mandatory court date of 03-03-
2020 @ 0830 in the Columbiana County Municipal Court. Bleich's vehicle was towed by 
Kaiser Towing and stored at their location .

Officer cleared no further.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927

External Agency(s)
Kaiser - Kaiser Towing



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0187 02 
Date: 02/27/2020 15:53:00


OH-1 Crash Report/ Injury - Citation Issued
SR 9 (N. Lincoln Ave) at US 62


Police responded to the intersection of SR 9 (N. Lincoln Ave) at US 62 for a two vehicle 
accident with injuries. 

Upon arrival police found that a 2004 Chevrolet Malibu (Green) driven by Nicole L. Haynes 
(31) of Salem, OH, 44460 was southbound on SR 9 and struck a 2010 Toyota Prius (Silver) 
driven by a juvenile who was northbound on SR 9 and attempted to make a left turn onto 
US 62. 

The juvenile was issued a citation for Failure to Yield Left turn and Juvenile Traffic Offender. 

Both vehicles sustained disabling damaged and were removed from the scene by Sinsley's 
towing. Both operators sustained injuries and were taken to the Salem Hospital for 
treatment.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923
Richard Kimble 922


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 STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0186 02 
Date: 02/27/2020 15:00:00


Civil Complaint
Humane Society


Police responded to the 1800 in reference to a civil matter involving and ex-employees 
paycheck. 

Upon arrival police spoke with all parties involved and resolved the situation. The ex-
employee received their paycheck and left the property without issue.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0185 02 
Date: 02/27/2020 13:47:00


Speak with Officer
2280 Allen Rd.

Caller/Complainant: Dixie Young


Police spoke with a female complainant, via telephone, from the 2200 blk of Allen Rd. in 
reference to charges on her bank statements that she was trying to cancel. 

Police advised the complainant to speak with her bank in reference to the charges to see if 
they can stop the automatic payments from coming out.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0184 02 
Date: 02/26/2020 19:51:00


Threats or harassment
1722 Goshen Rd.


Police spoke with the complainant over the phone in reference to harassment from an ex 
girlfriend. The complainant advised his ex girlfriend is calling him threatening to come to his 
residence and she is not wanted there.

The ex girlfriend is currently in the hospital and police advised to call if he heard anything 
further.


Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0183 02 
Date: 02/26/2020 10:09:00


Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
Bypass near Circle K south

Caller/Complainant: OSP #15


Police called to check on a large box that had fallen from a truck near Circle K. 

Police checked the area and was unable to locate any road obstruction.


Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0182 02 
Date: 02/26/2020 06:47:00


Noise Complaint
635 Old Coach Ln


Police responded to the above address for a vehicle alarm that was going off. 

Upon arrival the alarm was active then had shut off. The alarm then reactivated while officer 
was on scene and had shut off once again this happened several times while officer was on 
scene. It did not appear that anyone was messing with the vehicle. 

Contact with the owner of the vehicle will be made by a neighbor.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0179 02 
Date: 02/25/2020 17:55:00


911 hang-up
419 Benton Rd.

Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Officers responded to a reported open 911 line at 419 Benton Rd. 

Officers arrived and found no one at the residence. The neighbor advised that he had just 
left. The neighbor reached the resident of 419 Benton Rd on his cell and he advised 
everything was fine. 

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: 20 0180 02 
Date: 02/25/2020 21:09:00


Juvenile complaint
264 Apple St.


Officer responded to a 264 Apple St for a report of a unruly juvenile female. Officer arrived 
and spoke with the complainant. The complainant stated that her 15 year old daughter is 
not listening and has not attended school in over a week. 

The juvenile claims that her mom does not listen to what her needs are and just doesn't 
care. 

Officer advised the complainant of her options through Juvenile Court.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0178 02 
Date: 02/25/2020 13:04:00


Alarm drop
1594 Manor DR

Caller/Complainant: 21st Century


Police responded to a alarm activation on Manor DR. 

Upon police arrival police spoke with the homeowner who had accidently set the alarm off.


Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0177 02 
Date: 02/24/2020 17:01:00


DOA
1816 SR 344


Officer responded to a report of a natural death at 1816 SR 344 after being advised by 
Perry FD. Officer arrived and found that the complainant returned home to find his wife (78) 
sitting of the couch with no signs of life. 

KLG was on scene to transport the female. Officer stood by with the complainant until a 
family member could arrive.


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: 20 0174 02 
Date: 02/23/2020 07:19:00


Animal complaint
3892 Depot Road

Caller/Complainant: C.C.S.O.


Police responded to the area of Depot Road at Salem Grange to assist Columbiana County 
Sheriffs Office. 

Upon arrival police found four horses near the roadway at 3892 Depot Road. Police got the 
horses to the rear of the residences. Columbiana County Sheriffs Office made contact with 
the home owner.  

Police stood by until the animals were put back in the pasture.



Officer(s)
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: 20 0176 02 
Date: 02/23/2020 15:34:00


Reckless Operator
SR344 heading to town


Police were dispatched to a report of a reckless driver. Officer responded to the area and 
located a vehicle matching the description given by the complainant. Officer was unable to 
observe any reckless operations but a records check showed the registration to be expired. 

Officer conducted a traffic stop and the RO was given a verbal for the expired registration 
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: 20 0175 02 
Date: 02/23/2020 14:35:00


Animal complaint
1257 Highland Ave E


Police responded to the 1200 blk of Highland Ave E for an animal complaint. 

Upon arrive police spoke with the residences and advised them that their dog had been 
running loose. The residence advised they were aware and have the dog inside.




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0173 02 
Date: 02/23/2020 00:29:00


Alarm drop
1870 Hunt Rd

Caller/Complainant: ADT


Police responded to the above address for an alarm drop. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the home owner who advised everything was ok.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0172 02 
Date: 02/22/2020 20:12:00


Suspicious person
US 62 near Indiana

Caller/Complainant: Salem Police Dept.


Police responded to the area of US62 near Indiana for a report of a suspicious person. 

Upon arrival 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: 20 0171 02 
Date: 02/22/2020 18:09:00


Threats or harassment
1852 S. Lincoln Ave, #4

Caller/Complainant: Debra Shellenberger


Police responded to the 1800 blk of S. Lincoln Ave for a report of harassment. 

Police spoke with the complainant, who advised that their daughter would not leave them 
alone and was constantly calling and texting. Police advised the complainant to block her 
daughters number. Police made contact VIA phone and spoke with the daughter and 
advised her to leave the complainant alone as requested.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0170 02 
Date: 02/22/2020 16:39:00


Domestic complaint
1133 Prospect Street, #3B

Caller/Complainant: Dawn Howe


Police responded to the 1100 blk of Prospect Street for a Domestic dispute. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the complainant who advised her boyfriend and herself had 
got into a verbal argument, and the complainant wanted him out. Both parties advised that 
there was no physical violence or threats. 

The male subject left the residence and was advised not to return.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0169 02 
Date: 02/22/2020 12:11:00


Alarm drop
1594 Manor Dr.


Officers responded to the 1500 block of Manor Dr. for an alarm. Officers made contact with 
the home owner who advised that it was a false alarm and thought that they had shut the 
alarm off. 

Officers then cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0168 02 
Date: 02/21/2020 20:35:00


Alarm drop
1257 W. Pine Lake Road

Caller/Complainant: ADT


Police responded to the 1200 blk of W. Pine Lake Road for a reported residential alarm. 

Upon arrival police checked the residence finding all doors and windows secure.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0167 02 
Date: 02/21/2020 16:40:00


Threats or harassment
1133 Prospect Street, #16A

Caller/Complainant: Breanna Reed


Police responded to the 1100 blk of Prospect Street for a report of harassment. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the complainant, who advised that their ex-boyfriend called 
and said he was going to show up at their residence. Police advised the complainant to call 
police if their ex-boyfriend shows up at the residence. 

Police attempted to make contact VIA phone to the subject and was unable.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0166 02 
Date: 02/21/2020 08:27:00


Property Damage
355 Plymouth Pl

Caller/Complainant: Melissa Chmura


Officer spoke with the complainant by phone regarding damage to her mailbox. The 
complainant stated that a truck had struck her mailbox and drug it down the road. The 
complainant stated that her husband made contact with the driver when the vehicle stopped 
at the stop sign. 

The driver, stated that he would fix the mailbox when he returned home from work.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0165 02 
Date: 02/21/2020 01:56:00


Property damage accident
SR45 near Goshen Rd.


Police responded to a report of a deer vs car on Sr45 near Goshen Rd. On arrival, Officer 
made contact with the driver Jason Pavalko (36) out of Homeworth OH. Pavolko stated he 
did not need a report due to his vehicle having minor damage to the front but was still 
drivable. Pavolko stated the deer ran away after being hit. 

Officer cleared nothing further.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0165 02 
Date: 02/21/2020 01:56:00


Property damage accident
SR45 near Goshen Rd.


Police responded to a report of a deer vs car on Sr45 near Goshen Rd. 

On arrival, Officer made contact with the driver Jason Pavalko (36) out of Homeworth OH. 
Pavolko stated he did not need a report due to his vehicle having minor damage to the front 
but was still drivable. Pavolko stated the deer ran away after being hit. 

Officer cleared nothing further.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0164 02 
Date: 02/21/2020 00:38:00


Traffic offense - Citation Issued
S. Lincoln & E. Pidgeon Rd.


While on patrol, officer completed a registration check on a Gray Ford Explorer bearing OH-
HYN8844 showing valid but the registered owner Domingo Garcia Tziquin (29) out of Salem 
OH to have a permanent Identification. 

During that time, officer observed a male subject matching the BMV photo on the MDT to 
be Tziquin operating said vehicle. Officer conducted a traffic stop and Tziquin was issued a 
traffic citation for operating a vehicle with no license. 

Tziquin vehicle was towed by Sinsley's towing and he was given a mandatory court date.



Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927

External Agency(s)
ST - Sinsley's Towing




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0163 02 
Date: 02/20/2020 20:05:00


Animal complaint
1218 Stewart Rd.

Caller/Complainant: Nick Young


Officer responded to a report of three dogs running at large around 1218 Stewart Rd. 

Officer arrived and spoke with the complainant. The complainant stated that the dogs have 
been circling the house and he could not tell if they had collars or not .

Officer along with the complainant checked the back yard area. No dogs could be located. 
Officer cleared without incident.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0162 02 
Date: 02/20/2020 19:01:00


Assist other unit
Kent State City Center

Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Officer responded to assist Salem PD at Kent State for a reported fight with a gun involved. 

Officer arrived and assisted Salem PD with a police presence inside the auditorium during 
the ceremony. Officer cleared without incident.


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: 20 0161 02 
Date: 02/20/2020 02:20:00


Open door
1819 S. Lincoln Ave


While on patrol, Officer observed a partially open garage in the 1800 blk of S. Lincoln Ave. 
Officer checked the garage for any signs of forced entry or unwanted subjects inside 
yielding negative results. 

Officer made contact with the home owner and advised of the open garage. She stated that 
her granddaughter may have left it opened. Officer closed the garage but left it open slightly 
for the cats to enter and exit per the request of the home owner. Officer cleared nothing 
further.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0159 02 
Date: 02/19/2020 10:10:00


Welfare Check
2334 N. Ellsworth Ave.


Police requested to check on the well being of a individual called in by a family member. 

Officer spoke with the individual and his son and was advised that there was no issue and 
every thing was fine.


Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0157 02 
Date: 02/18/2020 22:47:00


Domestic complaint
Circle K South

Caller/Complainant: Circle K Employee


Officer responded to a reported domestic in the Circle K South parking lot. Officer arrived 
and found that a Silver Nissan was blocking a Blue Chevy Cavalier from backing out of a 
parking space. 

Officer spoke with the female passenger and she stated that she came to the store with her 
boyfriend but did not want to leave with him. The female got into the Blue Chevy that her 
male friend was driving. The boyfriend in the Silver Nissan became upset and was yelling at 
her to get back into his vehicle .  The boyfriend then blocked the Blue Chevy in so they 
could not leave. 

Both parties stated that there was no threats or physical violence. Officer spoke with the 
boyfriend while the Blue Chevy left so that it could not be followed.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0156 02 
Date: 02/18/2020 19:31:00


Unwanted Subject/ One to be Removed
2234 N. Lincoln Ave

Caller/Complainant: James Ingledue


Officer responded to a report of unwanted subjects at 2234 N. Lincoln Ave. Officer arrived 
and spoke with the complainant. The complainant stated that he wanted his son Ted and 
his girlfriend, Courtney DeLauder, to leave the residence. 

Officer spoke with both parties and they were already gathering their belongings to leave. 
Officer cleared after both parties left the residence.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0155 02 
Date: 02/18/2020 03:07:00


Assist other unit
1852 S Lincoln Ave

Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Perry Twp. along with Salem PD responded to the above address to speak with a male 
subject involved in a domestic within the city. 

The male subject was transported to the hospital for injurie's by KLG. 

Salem PD obtained all information and cleared.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924


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




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0153 02 
Date: 02/17/2020 15:51:00


Civil Process
1356 W. State St.

Caller/Complainant: Joesph Long


Officers responded to the 1300 block of W. State St. for a civil matter. 

Officers spoke to the complainant who stated that Richard Brendlinger had punched a hole 
in the wall. The complainant advised that Richard use to live there but he does not as of 
today. 

Officers advised that because Richard is a resident of the house that the matter is a civil 
issue. Officers spoke to Richard via telephone and he stated that when he left the house 
today he no longer wished to live there and has now moved in with his sister. Officers 
advised that if he returned to the property and caused damage that he could face criminal 
charges.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0152 02 
Date: 02/17/2020 11:53:00


Assist other Agency
Dairy Queen , W.State @ Georgetown


Police observed a car on fire in the parking lot of the old Dairy Queen, The owner advised 
officer that Salem FD was called .

Police blocked the road until Salem FD put the fire out.


Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921
Ryan Connolly 930

External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department 
SFD - Salem Fire Department




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0154 02 
Date: 02/17/2020 20:47:00


Traffic offense - Arrest Made
W State Street

Caller/Complainant: PTL J. Smith


While on patrol, police conducted a traffic stop on a 2010 Subaru Legacy (black) for a 
Warrant out of Columbiana County. Police detained the owner/operator Kassandria Cole 
(28) of Washingtonville, Ohio. Police explained she had a warrant for failure to appear. 

Cole was transferred into the custody of Columbiana County Sheriff's Dept. and transported 
to the Columbiana County Jail. Cole's vehicle was removed from the scene by her landlord.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0151 02 
Date: 02/16/2020 12:45:00


Stolen vehicle
550 W. Pidgeon Rd.

Caller/Complainant: Jennifer Bondi


Police spoke with a complainant from the 500 blk of W. Pidgeon Rd. on station in reference 
to the theft of an enclosed utility trailer from their driveway. The trailer has been entered into 
LEADS as stolen. 

The trailer was recovered in Niles Ohio by the owner...



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0150 02 
Date: 02/16/2020 12:07:00


Civil Complaint
1190 Beechwood Rd.

Caller/Complainant: Tera Plegge


Police spoke with a female complainant on station in reference to a custody dispute with 
their soon to be ex -husband.

Police advised the complainant that since they are still legally married and no custody plan 
has been provided by the courts that they would need to speak with their attorney.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0149 02 
Date: 02/16/2020 00:09:00


Noise Complaint - Citation Issued
1203 Depot Rd.


Police responded to the above address for the second time within an hour for a noise 
complaint. 

Upon arrival police heard loud music coming from the residence. Police spoke with the 
homeowner Rick Hickman (43) of 1203 Depot Rd. Salem Oh, 44460 and advised him yet 
again of the loud music coming from his residence. 

Due to being warned already tonight about the loud music police issued Hickman a 
disorderly Conduct Minor Misdemeanor citation for the unreasonable noise and gave him a 
court date of 02-20-2020 at the CCMC. 

Once the citation was issued police cleared without incident.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0148 02 
Date: 02/15/2020 22:51:00


Noise Complaint
1203 Depot Rd.

Police responded to the 1200 block of Depot Rd. for a noise complaint. Police spoke with 
the resident who had his tv playing loudly. He advised he would turn it down.


Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925
Zachary Sanford 924



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0147 02 
Date: 02/15/2020 20:00:00


Assist other unit
355 Roosevelt Ave


Officers were requested by Salem Police Department to assist with a possible assault, in 
the 300BLK of Roosevelt. 

Upon arrival police made contact with Salem Police and found there was an altercation at 
the residence not an assault. Perry officers remained on scene with the detain subject until 
Salem Police figured out the situation. 

Police gave the subject a courtesy transport to her vehicle on Woodland Ave, do to Salem's 
high call volume.


Officer(s)
Channing Hank 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: 20 0146 02 
Date: 02/15/2020 17:25:00


Traffic offense - Arrest Made
S. Lincoln Ave at Golf Club Road

Caller/Complainant: PTL J. Smith


While on patrol, police conducted a traffic stop on a 1999 Jeep Cherokee (Green) for a 
registration check. 

Upon further investigation police found the owner/operator to have an active warrant out of 
Columbiana County. Police detained Jack Colon (59) of Leetonia, Ohio on a failure to 
appear warrant. 

Colon was transferred into the custody of Columbiana County Sheriff's Dept. and 
transported to the Columbiana County jail. Colon's vehicle was removed from the scene by 
a family member.


Officer(s)
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: 20 0145 02 
Date: 02/14/2020 22:01:08


Medical
1180 Prospect St Ext


Officer responded to a reported possible overdose at 1180 Prospect St Ext. Prior to officers 
arrival, the complainant called back and stated that everything was alright. 

Officer still responded and spoke with the complainant. The complainant stated that he 
panicked when he could not wake his son. The complainant stated that his son was in a 
deep sleep and was not overdosed .



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0142 02 
Date: 02/13/2020 12:49:00


Welfare Check
1732 S. Lincoln Ave.

Caller/Complainant:  Carol Clendenning


Officer responded to 1732 S. Lincoln Ave for a requested welfare check. The complainant 
stated that an elderly lady was attempting to put her mailbox back up after it was knocked 
over by the plow trucks. 

The complainant stated that she stopped and the female refused help. 

Officer responded and found that someone was working on the mailbox for the elderly 
female .  Officer cleared without incident.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0140 02 
Date: 02/13/2020 08:53:00


Property damage accident
109 Blossom Lane


Police responded to a private property accident Unit #1 operated by James Stockton age 41 
of Salem was plowing the parking lot when he attempted to back up and struck a parked 
vehicle owned by Christine R Jugenheimer of Salem. 

The parked vehicle received minor damage to the right rear fender. A police report was 
made and the information was passed to both vehicle owners.


Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0144 02 
Date: 02/14/2020 05:49:00


Welfare Check
Colonial @ Goshen Rd.

Caller/Complainant:  Salem PD


Police were dispatched to a report of a vehicle parked in the intersection of Colonial & 
Goshen Rd. with a female operator appearing to be slumped over at the wheel. 

On arrival, said vehicle had a flat tire and a Twp. residence was assisting her with a tire 
change. Officer stood by for traffic control until both vehicles were on their way. 

Officer cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0143 02 
Date: 02/13/2020 13:48:00


Property Damage
204 Apple St.

Caller/Complainant: Theresa Williams


Officer responded to a report of property damage at 204 Apple St. Officer arrived and spoke 
with the complainant. The complainant stated that, Chris Centofanti, had damaged her 
garage door a few weeks ago by hitting the garage door with his vehicle. 

The complainant further stated that he has since been removed from the residence and is 
refusing to pay for the damage to the garage door. 

The complainant wanted a report on file.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0141 02 
Date: 02/13/2020 10:16:00


Welfare Check
1130 W. State St.

Caller/Complainant: Jacob Kaiser


Officer responded to 1130 W. State St for a request of a welfare check. The complainant 
stated that the male subject seemed confused when he was there to tow a vehicle for him. 

Officer made contact with the resident of 1130 W. State St. James Culp stated that he was 
fine. 

Officer cleared without incident.




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0139 02 
Date: 02/12/2020 22:46:27

Unwanted Subject/ One to be Removed
Blossom Nursing Home


Officers were requested by staff members in the Blossom Nursing Home that there was a 
subject that was not supposed to be there. 

Officers spoke to the subject who stated they had been told they were allowed back. 
Officers were not able to get in contact with the management at that location and advised 
the subject that the staff were not aware of any changes. Officers advised the subject that 
until the staff was notified that they would have to leave for the time being.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0138 02 
Date: 02/12/2020 18:18:00


Civil process
1573 Grant Ave.

Caller/Complainant: Henry Mills


Officers spoke to a complainant regarding a property dispute. The complainant advised that 
he had given his friend equipment for a guitar to try out and that the friend would not give 
back. 

Officers spoke to the subject who stated that he had paid for the equipment and that he 
would give it back to settle the matter if the complainant would refund his money. Officers 
advised both parties that this is a civil issue and that they would have to go to court.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0137 02 
Date: 02/12/2020 16:57:00


Disabled vehicle
1800 Blk SR-9

Caller/Complainant: Connolly, Ptl.


While on patrol officers discovered a possible disabled vehicle on the roadway. Officers 
were advised by the driver that they had run out of gas and that they had some on its way. 

Officers provided traffic control while the vehicle was in the roadway. Once the vehicle was 
on its way officers cleared.



Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0136 02 
Date: 02/12/2020 14:36:00


Reckless Operator
US 62/45 at Benton Rd.

Caller/Complainant: Reynolds, Det.


Police responded to the area of US 62/45 near Benton Rd. for a report of a reckless 
operator. 

Upon arrival police stopped the vehicle in question and found that that operator was not 
intoxicated but had recently had a doctors appointment where they got their pupils dilated 
and were unaware they shouldn't be driving. 

Police had the operator park the vehicle at a local business and gave the operator a 
courtesy ride home.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0134 02 
Date: 02/11/2020 06:27:00


Animal complaint
Freshmark  1735 S Lincoln Ave

Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Police responded to the above address for a dog inside a vehicle. Upon arrival the vehicle 
in question was GOA.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0133 02 
Date: 02/10/2020 13:48:00


Welfare Check
SR 45 near Pine Lake Rd


Officer spoke with a male walking northbound on SR 45 near Pine Lake Rd. The male 
subject wanted a ride to Warren. 

Officer advised the male subject that he could not leave his jurisdiction to give him a ride to 
Warren. The male subject stated that he was going to try and call someone on his cell 
phone.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0132 02 
Date: 02/10/2020 12:36:00


Open door
1328 Garfield Ave


Officer responded to a report of an open door at 1328 Garfield Ave. Officer checked the 
residence and located the male occupant working on his chainsaw just inside the front door. 

Officer found no problem at the residence and cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0124 02 
Date: 02/07/2020 04:04:00


Traffic jam/road blocked
Jennings @ SR62

Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Police responded to a report of a tree down in the roadway called in by Salem PD. 

Officer arrived and located a tree partially laying in the roadway. Officer advised dispatch to 
notify the county road crew to have it removed. 

Officer cleared nothing further.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0123 02 
Date: 02/06/2020 23:58:00


Assist other unit
691 N. Ellsworth Ave

Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Police were dispatched to assist Salem Police Dept. with a call regarding suspicious 
activity. 

Officer arrived and made contact with a female subject who stated she just moved in and 
provided a lease agreement for the rental property. Officer welcomed her to the 
neighborhood 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: 20 0122 02 
Date: 02/06/2020 13:44:00


Assist other Agency
N.Ellsworth Ave

Caller/Complainant: Chief Emigh


Perry Township Police assisted Salem PD in checking a suspicious vehicle at an abandon 
house behind Diehl automotive .  Police stood bye while Salem PD identified all subjects 
and determined that they had permission to at the location.




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0121 02 
Date: 02/06/2020 07:44:00


Traffic jam/road blocked
E. 11th Street

Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Police along with Perry Twp FD called to the 1500 blk of E. 11th for a low hanging wire 
across the road. Perry Twp FD was able to disconnect the phone line to the residence and 
open the road.


Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921

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




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0119 02 
Date: 02/05/2020 15:42:00


Civil Complaint
1436 Benton Rd.

Caller/Complainant:  Joanie Koffman


Police spoke with a complainant from the 1400 blk of Benton Rd., via telephone, in 
reference to a civil dispute. Police advised both parties that it was a civil issue and to 
contact and attorney.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0120 02 
Date: 02/06/2020 00:59:00


Traffic offense - Citation Issued
S. Lincoln Ave near Snyder Rd.

Caller/Complainant:  Perry Twp PD


Police initiated a traffic stop on a Jeep Grand Cherokee for obstructed rear license plate, 
traveling northbound on S. Lincoln Ave. A registration check of said vehicle showing valid 
but the registered owner Marie Del Carmen Nieves Ayala (44) out of Youngstown OH to 
have no license and a warrant out of New York for a parole violation. 

Ayala was arrested on the warrant and her vehicle was towed by Kaiser Towing. Ayala was 
transported to the Columbiana County jail to await her arrangement for extradition and was 
issued a traffic citation for operating a motor vehicle with no license and display of plate. 

Ayala was given a mandatory court date of 02-17-2020 @ 0830 in the Columbiana County 
Municipal Court. 

Officer cleared no further.



Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927


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: 20 0118 02 
Date: 02/05/2020 08:06:00


Animal complaint
US 62 4 lane


Police advised of a injured deer laying in the median on the 4 lane west of N. Ellsworth Ave. 

Upon police arrival the deer was located and was already deceased from its injuries.


Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0117 02 
Date: 02/04/2020 12:06:00


Reckless Operator
SR14/Pine Lake Road


Police responded to SR14 near Pine Lake Road for a report of a reckless operator. 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: 20 0113 02 
Date: 02/02/2020 15:47:00


Juvenile complaint
1133 Prospect, #18A

Caller/Complainant: Jonathan Shaffer


Police responded to a report of an 11 yo female who left her residence without permission. 
Complainant stated that his daughter left through the window and went to he friends house. 

Officer responded to the area and located the juvenile approximately 3 doors down from the 
residence. Officer gave the juvenile a curtesy transport back home and she was counseled. 
Officer cleared without incident.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0112 02 
Date: 02/02/2020 14:27:00


Assist other unit
Marc's 2487 E. State St.

Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Police responded to the 2400 blk of E. State St. for a report of a young child left unattended 
in a vehicle. 

Upon arrival police found a 12yo juvenile sitting in the vehicle waiting for their mother. There 
were no problems.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0111 02 
Date: 02/01/2020 21:41:00


Domestic complaint
1360 W. State Street, #6


Police responded to 1300BLK of W. State for a report of a domestic complaint. Upon arrival 
police spoke with the resident who stated there was a verbal argument and the Male half 
had left. 

Salem Police checked the area, negative contact.


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: 20 0111 02 
Date: 02/01/2020 21:41:00


Domestic complaint
1360 W. State Street, #6


Police responded to 1300BLK of W. State for a report of a domestic complaint.

Upon arrival police spoke with the resident who stated there was a verbal argument and the 
Male half had left. Salem Police checked the area, negative contact.


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: 20 0107 02 
Date: 02/01/2020 11:23:00


Identity Theft /Fraud
701 Stewart Rd.


Police spoke to a female from the 700 blk of Stewart Rd. on station in reference to fraud on 
a recent PayPal purchase. The female advised that she paid for her item and was sent a 
different, much less expensive item. 

She has already contacted PayPal and they are going to refund the money but they need a 
police report to do so.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0110 02 
Date: 02/01/2020 19:58:00


Traffic offenseAM - Arrest Made
1827 S. Lincoln Ave

Caller/Complainant: Perry PD


While on patrol, dispatch advised officer of a white jeep containing a subject with a warrant 
heading to Circle K South. Officer observed a white Jeep Grand Cherokee bearing CA-
6PUB578 pull into the parking lot of Circle K South. A registration check of said vehicle 
showing expired, and the driver who was later Identified as Gloria E Lykens (29) out of 
Salem OH. to have a suspended license. 

During the traffic stop officer conducted a probable cause search of said vehicle locating 
drug paraphernalia .

Lykens was arrested for Obstruction, drug paraphernalia, and transported to Columbiana 
County Jail and issued a traffic citation #23095 for operating a vehicle with a License 
Forfeiture suspension, expired plates and given a mandatory court date of 02-03-2020 @ 
0830 in the Columbiana County Municipal Court.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927
Jonathan Smith 928


External Agency(s)
Kaiser - Kaiser Towing




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0109 02 
Date: 02/01/2020 18:57:00


Disabled vehicle
US62 SR45 near Goshen


While on patrol Police observed a disabled vehicle on US62 SR45 near Goshen Road. 

Police stood by until TLC Towing arrived and removed the vehicle from the scene.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0108 02 
Date: 02/01/2020 17:25:00


Disabled vehicle
45 at New Garden

Caller/Complainant: PTL J Smith


While on patrol Police observed a disabled vehicle on SR45 at New Garden Road. Police 
stood by until the registered owner resolved the issue.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0106 02 
Date: 02/01/2020 02:08:00


Shots fired
1192 Elberon Ave

Caller/Complainant: Krista Papale


Police responded to the above address for a shots fired report. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the complainant who advised that someone had fired a gun 
into the side of her house. The bullet (s) penetrated the southside of the residence going 
through two additional interior walls and came to rest below the kitchen sink. 

Police checked the area outside for bullet casings which nothing was found however, bullet 
fragments were collected at the scene one being under the kitchen sink, one being in the 
laundry room, and one being in the initial entry point photos was taken of all damages on 
scene and the bullet fragments was logged into evidence. 

The complainant advised when she realized what had happened she did not see anyone 
outside or a vehicle in the area.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0105 01 
Date: 01/31/2020 14:42:00


Burglary
1257 W. State St., #1


Police responded to the 1200 blk of W. State St. for a reported burglary with forced entry. 
This incident is under investigation.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923
Michael Emigh 921
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0104 01 
Date: 01/31/2020 05:23:00


Traffic offense - Citation Issued
E. Pidgeon Rd near S. Lincoln ave


While on patrol, officer observed a Blue Chevy Cobalt bearing OH-HDR9806 traveling on E. 
Pidgeon Rd. near S. Lincoln Ave. 

A registration check of said vehicle showing valid but the registered owner Clinton Charles 
Gibson (31) out of Lisbon, OH. to have a suspended license. Officer conducted a traffic stop 
and Gibson was issued a traffic citation # 23094 for operating a vehicle with a non-
compliance suspension and given a mandatory court date of 02-06-2020 @ 0830 in the 
Columbiana County Municipal Court. 

Gibson's vehicle was inventoried incident to tow and towed by Davidson's Towing. Officer 
cleared without incident.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927


External Agency(s)
DT - Davidson's Towing




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0097 01 
Date: 01/27/2020 08:28:00


911 hang-up
1489 W. State

Caller/Complainant: Salem, PD


Police advised of (2) 911 hang up calls that were pinged in the 1400 Blk of W. State. 

Police checked the area and residence and were unable to find any caller.


Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0101 01 
Date: 01/29/2020 20:05:00


Juvenile complaint - Under Investigation
2198 N. Ellsworth Ave.

Caller/Complainant: Eric Baxter ,  Canton, OH


Officers met a complainant to take a report of possible child abuse. The complainant 
advised that he picked his child up from his child's mother at the Alliance Police 
Department, which is the designated pick up area for the custody exchange. He explained 
that when he put the child into his car he noticed marks on his leg and took him to an urgent 
care center to get checked out. 

He also wished to notify police of the marks. He explained that the child has been with his 
mother for the past few days which is in Perry Twp. 

This matter is under Investigation.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0100 01 
Date: 01/29/2020 12:36:00


Civil Complaint
187 Plymouth

Caller/Complainant: Paul Miller


Police was requested to call a male subject who had been evicted from a residence and 
wanted police to escort him to the residence. 

Police left a message for the complainant advising him that he has a Protection Order 
against him for that location and the Police were not going to escort him.




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0099 01 
Date: 01/28/2020 14:05:00


Traffic offense - Citation Issued
US62 / North Lincoln Ave

Caller/Complainant: PTL J. Smith


Police conducted a traffic stop on a 2001 Chevy Suburban (silver) on US62 at N. Lincoln 
Ave. The operator Calvin E. Ledger (61) of N. Bloomfield, Ohio, was found to be operating 
the vehicle while under a non compliance suspension. 

Ledger and his male passenger were unable to get someone to retrieve the vehicle, and 
walked from the scene to a job site just down from the traffic stop. Ledger was issued a 
citation for non compliance suspension with a mandatory court date of 1/28/2020 in the 
Columbiana County Municipal Court. 

Sinsley's 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


External Agency(s)
ST - Sinsley's Towing



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0098 01 
Date: 01/28/2020 02:01:00


Domestic complaint
1356 W. State St.

Police responded to the above address for a domestic issue between a mother and her 
juvenile daughter. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the juvenile complainant, who advised that her and her 
mother have been yelling at each other over whom she has been talking to via Facebook. 

Police spoke to the mother who stated the same thing. The juvenile wished to leave the 
residence for the night but the mother did not want her to go any where. Police advised both 
subjects to stay away from one another for the remainder of the night. The juvenile advised 
she would be going to bed. 

No physical violence reported or observed. Police cleared without incident.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Number: 20 0093 01 
Date: 01/25/2020 14:18:00


911 hang-up
1360 W. State St.


Police responded to the 1300 blk of W. State St. for a reported open 911 line. 

Upon arrival police found that a young juvenile was playing with the phone and there was 
no issues.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0088 01 
Date: 01/24/2020 00:31:00


Assist other unit
SR62 @ Ohio Ave


Caller/Complainant: OSP post #15


Police were dispatched to assist post #15 on a traffic stop in the Township. 

On arrival, officer made contact with the trooper who then advised he was going to conduct 
a PC search of the vehicle. After the trooper concluded the search, Officer cleared nothing 
further.



Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0096 01 
Date: 01/26/2020 23:21:00


Domestic complaint
1356 W State St.


Police responded to the above address for a domestic complaint. Upon arrival police spoke 
with a juvenile female who advised that her and her live in boyfriend had gotten into an 
altercation. She advised that the male individual pulled her hair. 

Police seen the females hair which seemed to be knotted up however there was no other 
visible injuries. Police advised the female of her options and it was decided that the male 
half would just leave for the evening to avoid further altercation. 

Once the male was picked up at the residence and 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 STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0095 01 
Date: 01/26/2020 00:06:00


Assist other unit
1976 S. Lincoln Ave.


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Salem PD advised they were going to the above address within the Twp. to speak with a 
male individual about a protection order violation. 

Upon arrival Salem PD spoke to the individual and it was determined that there was no 
violation due to the courts dismissing the protection order. Upon discovering that 
information all police personnel cleared.


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: 20 0094 01 
Date: 01/26/2020 22:35:00


Medical
109 Blossom Lane


Police responded to 109 Blossom Lane for a lift assist. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the complainant that stated they needed help picking up a 
patient that fell. Perry Township Fire Department and Police assisted with the lift assist.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928 
Ryan Connolly 930



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0092 01 
Date: 01/25/2020 12:59:00


Misdemeanor warrant - Arrest Made
2198 N. Ellsworth Ave


Caller/Complainant: Reynolds, Det.


Police responded to the 400 blk of Michigan Blvd. after being made aware of an active 
warrant out of Columbiana County .

Police made contact with the home owner who advised that the subject police were looking 
for no longer lived there. A short while later the subject turned themselves in and police took 
Joshua L. Donnalley (23) of Salem, OH, 44460 into custody on his warrant. 

Donnalley was transferred in the custody of the Columbiana County Sheriff's Dept. and 
transported to the Columbiana County jail.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0091 01 
Date: 01/25/2020 12:27:00


Assist other unit
1133 Prospect St., #17A


Caller/Complainant: Koehler, Ptl.


Police responded to the 1100 blk of Prospect St. at the request of the East Palestine Police 
Dept. Police made contact with a subject and adv them to call the East Palestine Police 
Dept.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0090 01 
Date: 01/24/2020 18:37:00


Suspicious vehicle
929 Canterubury Lane


Caller/Complainant: Pat Mango


Police responded to the 900 block of Canterbury Lane for a report of a suspicious vehicle. 
The complainant advised a red sunfire was parked on the private drive for a few days. 

Police attempted contact with the owner and were unable to get ahold of him.



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0089 01 
Date: 01/24/2020 00:32:00


Welfare Check
1875 Newgarden Ave.

Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Police responded to the 1800 block of Newgarden Ave. for a welfare check. 

Police checked the residence and were unable to locate the vehicle belonging to the 
subject in question.



Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0087 01 
Date: 01/23/2020 17:21:00


Domestic complaint
1801 Cider Mill Rd.


Caller/Complainant: Brittany Mercer


Officer responded to a reported domestic dispute at 1801 Cider Mill Rd. 

Officer arrived and spoke with the complainant and her husband Thad Mercer. The dispute 
was over the complainant coming back to the residence after she had moved out and was 
renting another residence. The complainant stated that she was advised by her attorney to 
go back to the residence. Both parties advised that there was no physical violence or 
threats. 

Officers advised both parties of their rights to marital property .

Both parties remained at the residence and officers cleared without incident.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922 
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0086 01 
Date: 01/23/2020 16:21:00


Speak with Officer
377 Lake Ave

Caller/Complainant: Ashley Brown


Officer spoke with the complainant by phone in reference to an extra watch on her 
residence. The complainant stated that she is concerned that friends of her boyfriend are 
going to come to her residence to persuade her not to testify against him in court .

The complainant stated that her boyfriend was arrested in Coral Springs, Florida for 
domestic violence and she fled here to get away from him. The complainant stated that she 
was contacted by Coral Springs PD and they advised her that the boyfriends phone calls 
were being listened to while he has been incarcerated. 

They advised the complainant that he has been trying to get people to come to the 
residence in Salem to stop her from testifying in court.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0085 01 
Date: 01/23/2020 16:03:00


Threats or harassment
1075 Andrew Ave

Caller/Complainant: Lindsay McGaffic


Officer spoke with the complainant by phone in reference to harassment. The complainant 
stated that her ex -boyfriend is calling and texting her. 

The complainant further stated that her ex -boyfriend also has threatened to get her fired at 
her place of employment. The complainant stated that she had obtained a protection order 
today against him. 

Officer confirmed that there was one issued today but it has not been served as of yet.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0082 01 
Date: 01/22/2020 14:25:00


Unwanted Subject
1915 Depot Rd


Caller/Complainant: Shane Seddon


Officer responded to a report of an unwanted male subject at 1915 Depot Rd. Officer 
arrived and was advised by the complainant that the male subject had left prior to officers 
arrival. The complainant stated that the male subject showed up at the residence in 
reference to an accident that had occurred on a previous date involving his son's vehicle. 
The complainant further stated that the male subject also showed up at his son's school 
prior to coming to the residence. 

Officer spoke with the Resource Officer at the school and he advised that he would be 
contacting the male subject.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0079 01 
Date: 01/22/2020 08:15:00


OH-1/Non Injury - Citation Issued
S. Lincoln @ Snyder


Police responded to a 2 vehicle accident on S. Lincoln Ave @ Snyder RD. Unit # 1 operated 
by Saida Espinosa age 23 of Salem was traveling north on S. Lincoln Ave when she failed 
to see Unit # 2 operated by Patricia Sheen age 73 of Salem who was stopped in traffic. Unit 
# 1 struck Unit # 2 from behind causing damage to both vehicles. 

Unit # 1 was towed from the scene by Sinsley's and Unit # 2 was driven from the scene. 

Police issued a citation to Saida Espinosa for Assured Clear Distance and set a court date 
of 01-28-20.


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: 20 0078 01 
Date: 01/21/2020 17:32:00


Juvenile complaint
1299 Elberon Ave

Caller/Complainant: Rosalee Dibacco


Police responded to the 1200BLK of Elberon Ave for an unruly juvenile. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the complainant that stated her grandson has been out of 
hand. Police spoke with the juvenile and advised him that he needs to obey his 
grandmother.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0083 01 
Date: 01/22/2020 14:40:00


Alarm drop
1238 W. Perry St.

Caller/Complainant: State Alarm


Officer responded to a reported residential alarm at 1238 W. Perry St. 

Officer arrived and found the rear door to the residence unsecure. Officer checked the 
residence and found no one inside. Officer spoke with the homeowner when she arrived. 

Officer cleared without incident.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0081 01 
Date: 01/22/2020 11:23:00


Investigate complaint
Quaker Manufacturing

Caller/Complainant: Employee


Police advised of a sink hole on W. State at the entrance of Quaker Manufacturing. An 
employee was walking back to the plant when he fell into the hole. 

Police contacted ODOT to see if they could check to see what caused the hole.


Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0080 01 
Date: 01/22/2020 10:43:00


Alarm drop
1681 Painter RD


Police responded to a alarm activation at the above location. 

Police arrived and found that the alarm might have been caused by a package delivery. 
Police checked the residence and secured the door.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0077 01 
Date: 01/21/2020 13:40:00


Traffic offense - Citation Issued
US62 near N. Lincoln Ave

Caller/Complainant: PTL J. Smith


Police observed a 2013 Cadillac XTS4 (gray) with the owner/operator to have a 
suspension. Police caught up with the vehicle in the City of Salem, and conduct a traffic 
stop on 2nd and Jennings. The owner Ellis Moody III (36) of Youngstown, was found to be 
operating the while while under a child support suspension. 

Moody was issued a citation for child support suspension and given a mandatory court date 
of 01/24/2020 to appear in the Columbiana County Municipal Court. 

Davidsons Towing responded to the scene and removed the vehicle with a court hold.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0071 01 
Date: 01/17/2020 18:32:00


Suspicious person
1297 E. PIdgeon Rd.


Police responded to a business in the 1200 block of E. Pidgeon Rd. for a report of 
suspicious person jumping into a dumpster .

Police checked the area and were unable to locate anyone.


Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925 
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0076 01 
Date: 01/20/2020 00:55:00


Assist other unit
377 Lake Ave.


Caller/Complainant: Coral Springs PD


Coral Springs PD, Coral Springs FL. requested Perry Twp to go to the above address to 
make contact with a parent of an individual that was involved in an incident down in their 
jurisdiction. 

Police spoke with the sister whom got ahold of her dad via phone. Perry Twp spoke with the 
father and advised him to contact Coral Springs PD.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0075 01 
Date: 01/19/2020 17:31:00


Traffic offense - Citation Issued
E. Pidgeon Rd. near S. Lincoln Ave


While on patrol, officer observed a Red Chevy Malibu bearing OH-EVF6810 with a green 
sticker displayed on the plate traveling southbound on E. Pidgeon Rd. near S. Lincoln Ave. 
A registration check of said vehicle showing expired 2-29-19 on a Teal Cadillac and the 
registered owner William G. Barr Jr. (52) out of Salem OH to have an expired license as of 
9-29-19. 

Officer conducted a traffic stop on said vehicle and a VIN check showed the registered plate 
OH-GEW4581 to be expired as of 6-23-17. Barr was issued a traffic citation #23090 for 
operating a motor vehicle with an expired license, expired registration and fictitious plates. 
Barr was given a mandatory court date of 01-24-2020 @ 0830 in the Columbiana County 
Municipal Court. 

Said vehicle was towed by Kaiser towing and Barr was released no further incident.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927


External Agency(s)
Kaiser - Kaiser Towing




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0074 01 
Date: 01/19/2020 07:50:00


Speak with Officer
Perry Twp. Police Dept.

Caller/Complainant: Robert Reckner


Police spoke with a male subject, via telephone, in reference to an ex -girlfriend. The 
complainant wanted to speak with police about issues currently going on.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0073 01 
Date: 01/19/2020 02:33:00


Assist other unit
881 E Pine Lake Rd


Caller/Complainant: PCSO


Perry Twp Police was requested by PCSO to respond to the above address to try and make 
contact with an individual believed to be involved in an incident that happened in their 
jurisdiction. 

Upon arrival police tried several times knocking on the door no one answered. 

Due to negative contact 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: 20 0072 01 
Date: 01/18/2020 11:29:00


OH-1/Non Injury - Citation Issued
Egypt Rd. at 1800 Blk


Police responded to the 1800 blk of Egypt Rd. for a reported single vehicle accident. Upon 
arrival police found that a 2007 Toyota Yaris (Silver) driven by Sara I. Mcintosh (19) of 
Salem, OH, 44460 was southbound on Egypt Rd., lost control of the vehicle and struck a 
utility pole. 

Mcintosh was issued a citation for Failure to Control and given a court date of 1-31-2020 at 
8:30 am to appear in the Columbiana County Municipal Court. The vehicle sustained 
disabling damage and was removed from the scene by AAA towing. No injuries were 
reported.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923


External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service
Mahoning County - Goshen Twp. PD




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0070 01 
Date: 01/17/2020 11:25:00


Suspicious person
Cunningham Rd. at SR 344


Police responded to the area of Cunningham Rd. at SR 344 for a report of a suspicious 
person moving a wire across the roadway. 

Upon arrival police found that the subject had ran a heavy duty extension cord across the 
roadway for his electric chainsaw.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0069 01 
Date: 01/17/2020 10:52:00


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 1999 Honda Civic (White) driven by Tyler J. Davis (27) of 
North Lima, OH, 44452 was southbound on SR 45 and struck a 2013 Ford Escape (Red) 
driven by Brandon J. Johnson (32) of Salem, OH, 44460 who was stopped at the stop sign 
eastbound on Georgetown Rd. and pulled in front of the Honda Civic. 

Johnson was issued a citation for Failure to Yield from a Stop Sign and given a court date 
of 1-31-2020 at 8:30 am to appear in the Columbiana County Municipal Court. 

Both vehicle sustained disabling damage and were towed from the scene. No injuries were 
reported.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923
Michael Emigh 921


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: 20 0068 01 
Date: 01/17/2020 05:18:00


Traffic offense - Citation Issued
S. Lincoln Ave near E. Pidgeon Rd.


While on patrol, officer observed a Grey Pontiac Grand AM bearing OH-HWU9006 traveling 
northbound on S. Lincoln Ave. A registration check of said vehicle showing valid but the 
registered owner Taylor Dalton Snyder (19) out of Washingtonville, OH. to have a 
suspended license. 

Officer conducted a traffic stop and Snyder was issued a traffic citation # 23088 for 
operating a vehicle with a non-compliance suspension and given a mandatory court date of 
01-23-2020 @ 0830 in the Columbiana County Municipal Court. 

Snyder's vehicle was inventoried incident to tow and towed by Sinsley's Towing. Officer 
cleared without incident.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927


External Agency(s)
ST - Sinsley's Towing



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0067 01 
Date: 01/16/2020 18:05:00


Suspicious person
Georgetown Rd/Prospectect St. Ext.


Officers responded to the area of Georgetown Rd. near Prospect St. Ext. for 3 subject 
walking in the roadway. 

Officers searched the area and had negative contact with the subjects.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0066 01 
Date: 01/16/2020 16:09:00


Assist other unit
Cunningham Rd. at Butcher Rd.

Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Police assisted Salem Police Department shut down Cunningham Rd. near Butcher Rd. for 
a downed powerline pole across the roadway. 

Police stood by until the roadway could be safely opened.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0064 01 
Date: 01/16/2020 11:31:00


Felony warrant - Arrest Made
2234 N. Lincon Ave


Police along with the Columbiana County Sheriff's Dept. responded to the 2200 blk of N. 
Lincoln Ave after being made aware of an active felony warrant out of Columbiana County. 

Upon arrival police subsequently arrested, Ted J. Ingledue (29) of Salem, OH, 44460. Mr. 
Ingledue was transported to the Columbiana County jai complex by Sheriff's Deputies.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923 
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: 20 0063 01 
Date: 01/15/2020 18:09:00


Disabled vehicle
Andrews Cycle


Officer responded to a semi truck stuck in the parking lot of Andrews Cycle on Benton Rd. 
Officer made contact with the driver of the semi truck. 

The female driver stated that she was attempted to turn her semi truck around when she 
became stuck in the ditch on the north side of the parking lot just off Benton Rd. Female 
driver stated that she had a tow truck enroute.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0062 01 
Date: 01/15/2020 13:52:00


Threats or harassment
Salem Acres 1133 Prospect St., #17A

Caller/Complainant: Marie Scheufele


Police responded to the 1100 blk of Prospect St. for a report of threats being made by an 
ex-spouse. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the complainant who advised that their ex-spouse called and 
threatened to harm them and take the complainants children after receiving paperwork from 
the child support office of Columbiana County. 

Police advised the subject to cease all contact with the ex-spouse and advised the 
complainant to call back if the ex-spouse tried to contact them again.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0061 01 
Date: 01/15/2020 11:52:00


Assist other unit
N. Ellsworth Ave at Wilson Dr.

Caller/Complainant: Karen Casino


Police responded to the 1200 blk of Andrew Ave reported accident. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the complainant and found that the accident occurred inside 
the Salem City limits. Police contacted Salem PD to respond to the scene and take a report 
.

The complainant was also complaining of neck pain and KLG Ambulance responded to the 
scene and transported the complainant to the Salem Hospital.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923


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: 20 0060 01 
Date: 01/14/2020 23:31:00


Felony warrant - Arrest Made
2077 Countryside Dr.


Perry Twp. Police along with Salem PD responded to the above address to serve a warrant 
on Eric D. Campolito (21) for Aggravated Possession of Drugs. 

Contact was made with Mr. Campolito and he was taken into custody without incident. Perry 
Twp. police then transported Mr. Campolito to a designated area where he was transferred 
into the custody of a Columbiana County Deputy. 

Once The deputy had custody of Campolito Perry Twp. Cleared the scene without incident.


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: 20 0065 01 
Date: 01/16/2020 13:27:00


Unwanted Subject
1133 Prospect 17A

Caller/Complainant: David Scheufele


Police called for a child custody dispute at the above location. The caller David Scheufele of 
E. Palestine was at his wife's apartment who he is not living with wanting to take the 
couples daughter with the wife refusing to give him the child. 

Both couples advised that it was civil and to take the matter up with lawyers.


Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0060 01 
Date: 01/14/2020 23:31:00


Felony warrant - Arrest Made
2077 Countryside Dr.


Perry Twp. Police along with Salem PD responded to the above address to serve a warrant 
on Eric D. Campolito (21) for Aggravated Possession of Drugs. 

Contact was made with Mr. Campolito and he was taken into custody without incident. Perry 
Twp. police then transported Mr. Campolito to a designated area where he was transferred 
into the custody of a Columbiana County Deputy. Once The deputy had custody of 
Campolito Perry Twp. Cleared the scene without incident.


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: 20 0059 01 
Date: 01/14/2020 20:24:00


Suspicious person
464 Springdale St.


Caller/Complainant: Missy Ruth


Police responded to the 400 block of Springdale St. for a report of an unknown elderly male 
subject in their driveway. The complainant advised the male subject seemed confused. 

Police spoke with the subject who advised he made a wrong turn and was just trying to get 
back home. Police cleared without incident.


Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0058 01 
Date: 01/14/2020 17:52:00


OH-1/Non Injury
SR 344 at Cunningham Rd


Officer responded to a report of a two vehicle accident with no injuries on SR 344 at 
Cunningham Rd. 

Officers arrived and found that Unit #1 a Gray 2008 Jeep Grand Cherokee driven/owned by 
Joe Gregory (39) of Leetonia was stopped on Cunningham Rd headed south. Unit #2 a 
Gray 2008 Kia Optima driven/owned by Charles Chambers (77) of Hanoverton was stopped 
on the south side of Cunningham Rd headed north. 

Unit #1 made a left turn onto SR 344 eastbound at the same time Unit #2 was crossing the 
intersection headed north. Unit #1 struck Unit #2 within the intersection. Both vehicles 
sustained disabling damage. All parties claimed to have no injuries and refused medical 
treatment. 

Both units were towed from the scene by Sinsley Towing. No citations were issued due to 
the conflicting stories and no witnesses.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922 
Channing Hank 925


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: 20 0057 01 
Date: 01/14/2020 14:07:00


OH-1/Non Injury - Citation Issued
1400 Blk of W. State


Police responded to a 2 vehicle accident in the 1400 blk of W. State. Unit # 1 operated by 
Jo Hana Chase age 26 of Salem was east on W. State when she failed to see Unit # 2 
operated by Marjorie M Densmore age 71 of Alliance was stopped for traffic heading east 
on W. State. Unit # 1 struck Unit # 2 causing damage to both vehicles. 

Police issued a citation to Jo Hana Chase for ACDA and set a court date of 01-27. Both 
vehicles driven from the scene and 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: 20 0052 01 
Date: 01/13/2020 11:37:00


Juvenile complaint
1133 Prospect St, #1A


Caller/Complainant: Diane Bates


Officer responded to a report of an unruly juvenile. The complainant reported that her 16 
year old granddaughter is being unruly.

Officer arrived and spoke with the complainant and her 16 year old female granddaughter. 
The complainant stated that she took her granddaughter to the doctor today and she was 
acting up in the doctor's office to the point that they were going to ask them to leave. The 
complainant wished for an officer to speak with her. 

Officer did speak with the granddaughter.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0055 01 
Date: 01/13/2020 20:09:00


Disabled vehicle
14F at Interchange


While on patrol police came upon a disabled vehicle on 14F at the interchange. 

Police stood by until the registered owner resolved the issue.



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0054 01 
Date: 01/13/2020 14:20:00


Vandalism
231 Plymouth Pl


Caller/Complainant: Amanda Larson


The complainant came on station to report vandalism. The complainant stated that 
sometime Saturday evening her rear drivers side tire on her Gray 2015 Jeep was slashed.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0053 01 
Date: 01/13/2020 14:07:00


Juvenile complaint
1262 Andrew Ave


Officer spoke with the complainant concerning child abuse while her two children are 
visiting the father. 

Officer found that the father lives in the City of Salem's jurisdiction. The complainant did file 
a report with Salem PD.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0037 01 
Date: 01/11/2020 11:26:00


Suspicious person
W. State St. at Georgetown Rd.


Police responded to the area of W. State St. near Georgetown Rd. for a report of a 
suspicious persons walking down the roadway. 

Upon arrival, Salem Police had already made contact with the subject inside the City limits. 
The subject, Lacey Shasteen, advised that she was walking to a friends residence.


Officer(s)
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: 20 0051 01 
Date: 01/12/2020 18:24:00


Property damage accident - Citation Issued
W. State St./ US-62-SR-45


Officers responded to the area of W. State St. and the bypass for a minor accident. Officers 
spoke to the driver of Unit # 1(Shonte Pipkin) who stated that she had rear ended the car in 
front of her. 

Officers did not observe any damage to Unit # 2 while Unit #1 sustained minor damage to 
the front end. It was discovered that Shonte was also had a suspended drivers license and 
was issued a citation. A valid driver arrived and was able to remove the car from the 
roadway.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0050 01 
Date: 01/12/2020 17:28:00


Threats or harassment
257 W. Wilson Ave.


Officers were requested by Salem Police department to assist with a harassment report due 
to them being tied up on calls at the time. 

Officers met with the complainant who stated that she had honked her horn for her husband 
to come out of the household and two juveniles walking by had made a remark towards her. 
Officers advised both parties to go their separate ways for the night and officers cleared the 
scene.



Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930


External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0044 01 
Date: 01/12/2020 03:32:00


Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
Egypt Rd


Police responded to the above area for a tree down in the roadway. 

Upon arrival police drove the whole length of Egypt Rd to the Twp. limits locating no tree in 
the roadway.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0033 01 
Date: 01/10/2020 18:36:00


Drunk
1735 S. Lincoln Ave.


Police responded to a business in the 1700 block of S. Lincoln Ave. for a report of a 
intoxicated male subject. Police made contact with the male subject sitting in his vehicle. 
The subject was called a cab and was taken home. 

Security at the business advised the subject could leave his vehicle overnight in the parking 
lot.


Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0032 01 
Date: 01/10/2020 17:30:00


Drunk
Fresh Mark


Police responded to the 1700 blk of S. Lincoln Ave for a report of a drunk subject walking 
down the roadway. Police checked the are but did not locate anyone.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0049 01 
Date: 01/12/2020 16:06:00


Assist other unit
875 Granite Ave.


Officers were requested by Salem Police Department to assist them with a possible 
shooting that had just taken place. Officers met with the Salem Officers in the 800 block of 
Granite Ave. Due to the high number of people coming out of the household officers 
assisted Salem in detaining subjects. 

Officers on scene were notified that 4 subjects, possible the suspects had fled out of the 
back of the household. Perry officers remained with the detained subjects and Units from 
CCSO and Salem PD were able to take the four other subjects into custody. Once Salem 
advised that they had the scene under control Perry officers cleared without incident.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930


External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department 
Post#15 - OSP
Mahoning County - Goshen Twp. PD
CCSO - Columbiana County Sheriff's Office




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0048 01 
Date: 01/12/2020 15:51:00


Vandalism
1075 Andrew Ave.


Caller/Complainant: Lindsay McGaffic


Officers spoke to a complainant regarding vandalism done to her car. The complainant 
stated that she believes her car had been keyed sometime between now and Thursday of 
last week. 

She stated that she just wanted a report on file and the damage to be documented.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0047 01 
Date: 01/12/2020 13:07:00


Alarm drop
1637 N. Lincoln Ave


Caller/Complainant:  ATC Alarm


Police responded to the 1600 blk of N. Lincoln Ave for a reported residential alarm. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the realtor of the residence who was in the process of 
showing the house to potential buyers.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0046 01 
Date: 01/12/2020 04:41:00


Assist other unit
32206 Carey Rd


Caller/Complainant:  Post 15


Post 15 requested Perry Twp. PD to the above area to look for a tree down in the roadway 
that fell on a car. 

Upon arrival police observed a large tree crossing the entire roadway. The appropriate road 
crew was called to the scene to remove the tree. Police cleared without incident.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police 
Call Number: 20 0045 01 
Date: 01/12/2020 03:56:00


Fire
Bypass @ W. Pidgeon Rd.


Police responded to the above area for sparks coming from electric wires. Upon arrival 
nearby trees were on fire. Police requested the Perry Twp. FD to the scene to assess the 
fire. 

Ohio Edison was called to the scene as well for the wires. The fire extinguished itself.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0043 01 
Date: 01/12/2020 00:03:00


Recovered property
Circle K 1827 S Lincoln Ave.


Police responded to the above address for a recovered property report. Upon arrival the 
store cleared gave police a wallet that was left at the store. 

Contact was made with the property via phone. It was advised he would pick up his wallet 
at the PD the following day.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0041 01 
Date: 01/11/2020 20:19:00


Reckless Operator
12000 block US-62


Officers responded to the area above in reference to a reckless driver. Officers were not 
given a proper location from the complainant and attempted to locate the area from the 
description given. 

Officers searched the area and had negative contact with a vehicle matching the description 
given by dispatch.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0040 01 
Date: 01/11/2020 18:38:00


Traffic offense - Citation Issued
SR45 near SR9


Police conducted a traffic stop on SR45 near SR9 on a 1996 Ford E150 (blue) and found 
the operator Freddie Elkins Jr. (48) of Alliance, Ohio to be operating the vehicle suspended. 
Police got consent to search and found marijuana in the vehicle. Elkins Jr. was 
subsequently charged with driving under a non-compliance suspension, fictitious plate, two 
headlights required, and possession of marijuana. 

Elkins was given a mandatory court date of 1/14/2020 to appear in the Columbiana County 
Municipal.

Davidson's Towing responded to the scene and removed the vehicle with a court hold.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928 
Ryan Connolly 930


External Agency(s)
DT - Davidson's Towing




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0039 01 
Date: 01/11/2020 17:06:00


Disabled vehicle - Citation Issued
Cunningham near 344


While on Patrol police came upon a disabled vehicle on Cunningham Road. Police spoke 
with the owner /operator and found the driver Karla Calvinoaks (53) of East Rochester, Ohio 
to be suspended. Calvinoaks stated she had driving privileges but had no paperwork from 
the courts. 

Calvinoaks was issued a citation and given a mandatory court date of 1/14/2020 at 8:30 AM 
in the Columbiana County Municipal Court. Kaiser Towing responded to the scene and 
removed the vehicle.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0038 01 
Date: 01/11/2020 14:45:00


Suspicious person
Blossom Nursing Home


Caller/Complainant: Jack Nordquist


Police spoke with a complainant from the 100 blk of Blossom Dr. in reference to a 
suspicious person entering a residential facility and the subject was no longer allowed on 
the property. 

Police located the subject and served them with a trespass notice and advised them if they 
retuned they would be arrested.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0036 01 
Date: 01/11/2020 10:15:00


Threats or harassment
1267 Georgetown Rd.


Caller/Complainant: Chase Hoperich


Police spoke with a male complainant, via telephone, in reference to threats being made via 
text message. The complainant advised that they did not want to pursue charges but 
wanted police to advise the subject that they wanted no further contact .

Police made contact with the other party who advised that threats were made on both sides 
but they also did not want to pursue charges. 

Police advised both subjects to avoid contact with the other side and to block each other's 
phone numbers.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0035 01 
Date: 01/11/2020 09:00:00


Threats or harassment
1357 Elberon Ave


Caller/Complainant: Dawn Howe


Police responded to the 1300 blk of Elberon Ave for a report of harassment. Upon arrival, 
police spoke with the complainant, who advised that their ex-boyfriend would not leave 
them alone and was constantly calling and showing up at their place of employment. Police 
advised the complainant to block the subject on all social media and the subjects phone 
number. 

Police attempted to make contact with the ex-boyfriend but were unable too. A message 
was left for the ex-boyfriend to contact the station.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0034 01 
Date: 01/11/2020 02:21:00


Suspicious person
SR45 near the Golf Club


Police responded to the above area for a male individual walking in the roadway. Upon 
arrival police spoke with a male individual who advised he was on his way home from Circle 
K on S. Lincoln Ave. it was advised he lived just right up the road.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0031 01 
Date: 01/10/2020 13:56:00


Property damage accident - Citation Issued
S. Lincoln Ave at 1800 blk


Police responded to the 1800 blk of S. Lincoln Ave for a reported two vehicle accident. 
Upon arrival police found that a 2005 Ford Escape (Silver) driven by Courtney N. Hill (30) of 
East Liverpool, OH, 43920 was southbound on S. Lincoln Ave and failed to stop and struck 
the rear of a 2008 Toyota Scion (Blue) driven by Bonnie M. Kendall (50) who was also 
southbound on S. Lincoln Ave. 

Hill was issued a citation for ACDA and given a court date of 1-24-2020 at 8:30 am to 
appear in the Columbiana County Municipal Court. Both vehicles sustained minor damage 
and was 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: 20 0030 01 
Date: 01/10/2020 13:22:00


Injury accident - Citation Issued
S. Lincoln Ave at 1700 blk


Police responded to the 1700 blk of S. Lincoln Ave for a two vehicle accident with injuries. 

Upon arrival police found that a 2011 Chevrolet HHR (Black) driven by Terriann J. 
McFarland (54) of Salem, OH, 44460 was northbound on S. Lincoln Ave and failed to stop 
and struck the rear of a 2016 Ford Fusion (Blue) driven by Raquel M. Mullen (30) of 
Columbiana, OH, 44408 who was also northbound on S. Lincoln Ave. 

McFarland was issued a citation for ACDA and given a court date of 1-24-2020 at 8:30 am 
to appear in the Columbiana County Municipal Court. 

Mullen sustained injuries and was transported to the Salem Hospital to be evaluated. Both 
vehicles sustained minor damage. McFarland drove her vehicle away while Mullen's vehicle 
was removed by Sinsley's Towing.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923


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: 20 0042 01 
Date: 01/11/2020 21:37:00


Speak with Officer
1203 Depot Rd.


Officers responded to the 1200 block of Depot Rd. to speak with a complainant regarding a 
protection order violation. The complainant advised that her neighbor had violated his 
protection order because he had been yelling derogatory remarks at them earlier in the day. 

Officers asked if they had any proof that the subject had violated his protection order and 
they stated that they did not. Officers also advised the complainants to notify the police if 
the issues continue.




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0027 01 
Date: 01/08/2020 11:50:31


Assist other unit
230 W. Pidgeon


Caller/Complainant: S.O. Lisbon, OH


Police requested to stand by while a Columbiana County deputy attempted to make contact 
with a male subject who resides in the township.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921
	
	




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0024 01 
Date: 01/07/2020 15:56:00


Threats or harassment
290 Idaho Ave


Caller/Complainant: Amanda Hines


Police spoke with a resident about harassment at the Perry Township Police Department. 
The complainant stated to police her ex has been harassing her through phone calls at 
home and work. 

Police have a report on file.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0026 01 
Date: 01/07/2020 19:02:00


Welfare Check
Cunningham Rd


Caller/Complainant: County 911


Officer responded to a report of a male subject staggering along Cunningham Rd headed 
northbound from SR 344. 

Officer arrived and found that Salem PD located the male in the 1200 block of Cunningham 
Rd. The male subject was identified as Arron Wolford of Leetonia. 

Upon further investigation, it was found that Leetonia PD was attempting to locate the 
stated male after he had walked away from a group home in Leetonia. Leetonia PD 
responded to the scene and transported the stated male back to Leetonia.


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: 20 0025 01 
Date: 01/07/2020 17:31:00


Domestic complaint
496 W. Pidgeon Road


Police responded to the 400BLK of W. Pidgeon Road for a report of a domestic complaint. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the residence. Police heard both sides of the story and 
determined everything to be ok.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0023 01 
Date: 01/07/2020 15:31:00


Welfare Check
1557 SR 9


Caller/Complainant: Jay Klein


Police responded to the 1500BLK of New Garden for a welfare check. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the complainant who stated he could hear a male inside the 
residence but they would not come to the door. Police found the door to be unlocked, police 
yelled for the resident and he responded and met with the complainant.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0017 01 
Date: 01/05/2020 23:56:00


Assist other unit
1000 Blk W State St.


Perry Twp. Police assisted Salem PD on a traffic stop. 

Police stood by for the duration of the stop and 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: 20 0016 01 
Date: 01/05/2020 16:12:00


Disabled vehicle
US 62 / SR 45 north of SR 14


While on patrol police observed a disabled vehicle on US 62/ SR 45 north or SR 14. 

At the operators request Sinsleys Towing was contacted and 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: 20 0015 01 
Date: 01/05/2020 00:54:00


Assist other unit
35283 Salem Grange Rd


Columbiana County Sherriff's Office requested assistance at the above area for a possible 
burglary. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the home owner and it was advised all was ok at the 
residence.


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: 20 0014 01 
Date: 01/04/2020 23:23:00


Traffic offense - Citation Issued
S. Lincoln Ave @ E. Pidgeon Rd.


While on patrol officer completed a registration check on a silver Dodge Charger bearing 
OH-HXL1606 showing valid but the registered owner Andre LC Vincent Hallman (30) out of 
Youngstown OH to have a suspended license. 

During that time, officer observed a male subject matching the BMV photo on the MDT to 
be Hallman enter said vehicle and drive away. I then conducted a traffic stop and Hallman 
was issued a traffic citation #23085 for operating a vehicle with a License Forfeiture 
suspension and given a court date of 01-09-2020 @ 0830 in the Columbiana County 
Municipal Court. 

Hallman's vehicle was towed by Davidson's Towing and stored at their secured location. I 
cleared no further.



Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927
Zachary Sanford 924


External Agency(s)
DT - Davidson's Towing



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0013 01 
Date: 01/04/2020 19:38:00


Welfare Check
1714 SR 344 Franklin Ave


Caller/Complainant: Chad Thomas


Police responded to the 1700BLK of SR 344 Franklin Ave for a welfare check. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the complainant and he stated he had not spoke with his 
uncle in a few days. Police make entry into the home, negative contact.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0012 01 
Date: 01/03/2020 17:50:00


Investigate complaint
1826 S. Lincoln Ave


Caller/Complainant: Stefani Calabrese


Police spoke with a female complainant on station from the 1800 blk of S. Lincoln Ave in 
reference to an issue with their mail. The complainant advised that she believes her mail 
isn't being delivered to their mailbox. 

The complainant has spoken with the postal service about this incident but they required a 
police report to investigate the matter. 

Police will attempt contact with the postal service.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0011 01 
Date: 01/03/2020 17:28:00


Alarm drop
1375 Brookview Dr.

Caller/Complainant: Ring Alarm


Police responded to the 1300 blk of Brookview Dr. for a reported residential alarm. 

Upon arrival police checked the residence finding all door and windows secure.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0010 01 
Date: 01/03/2020 09:07:00


Suicide attempt
410 Benton Rd, #2A


Officer responded to a report of suicidal threats at 410 Benton Rd 2A. Officer arrived along 
with KLG and spoke with the complainant. The complainant stated that she felt suicidal and 
wanted transported to the hospital. 

KLG transported the complainant to Salem ER. 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: 20 0009 01 
Date: 01/03/2020 05:04:00


Traffic offense - Citation Issued
1742 S. Lincoln Ave


While on patrol, officer observed a white Pontiac Terrain bearing OH-HDC2772 traveling 
southbound on S. Lincoln Ave cross over the double yellow line driving left of center. 

Officer conducted a traffic stop on said vehicle being operated by a male subject. Officer 
made contact with the male driver where he identified himself as Domecio Perez Perez (23) 
of Salem OH. with a Guatemalan ID card and stated that he did not have a driver license. 

A records checked confirmed his statement and Perez was issued a citation #23083 and 
given a court date of 01-09-2020 @ 0830 hrs in the Columbiana County Municipal Court. 

The vehicle was towed and stored with Sinsley's Towing and officer cleared nothing further.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927


External Agency(s)
ST - Sinsley's Towing



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0001 01 
Date: 01/01/2020 01:37:00


Assist other unit
The Foundry, 530 S. Braodway Ave.


Caller/Complainant:  Salem PD


Police responded to the above business for a fight. Upon arrival Police spoke with a few 
patrons who were standing outside who did advised that a fight did take place but after it 
was done the individual fighting left the scene. 

The patrons did not know any names of the individuals fighting. 

Police cleared with 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: 20 0003 01 
Date: 01/01/2020 22:23:00


Property damage accident
979 Georgetown Rd.


Officers responded to the 900 block of Georgetown Rd. for a Car V Horse crash. Officers 
spoke to the drive a Zachary Bush of East Rochester who stated that he was driving west 
bound on Georgetown Rd. when a horse came from the south side of the roadway and 
struck his vehicle. 

Officers observed damage to the front passenger side of the vehicle. Davidsons Towing 
was requested to remove the deceased Horse from the roadway. 

Officers attempted to locate the owner of the horse but were unable to do so at this time. 
Once the horse was removed from the roadway the roadway was reopened and officers 
cleared.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930


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



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0002 01 
Date: 01/01/2020 13:51:00


Theft
1826 Depot Rd


Caller/Complainant: David Rice


Officer responded to a reported theft at 1826 Depot Rd. Officer spoke with the complainant 
and he stated that he found that one of the company's truck was missing a catalytic 
converter. The complainant stated that the White 2001 Ford box truck was last used a few 
months ago.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0005 01 
Date: 01/02/2020 05:22:00


Property damage accident
US62 near Goshen Rd.


Police responded to Dunkin Donuts (West) for a report of car vs. deer accident report. 

Upon arrival, officer made contact with the operator April Lude (24) of Ellsworth OH. Lude 
stated she was driving her 2015 white Chevy Cruz southbound on US62 just south of 
Goshen Rd. when a deer entered the roadway causing her to strike the deer. 

Officer documented the damage with photographs and issued a report number. 

Officer cleared nothing further.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 20 0004 01 
Date: 01/02/2020 04:40:00


Traffic offense - Citation Issued
S. Lincoln Ave near Snyder Rd.


While on Patrol, Officer observed a white Pontiac Sunfire bearing OH - HTY4142 traveling 
northbound on S. Lincoln Ave with no license plate light. 

Officer conducted a traffic stop on said vehicle being operated by a male subject. Officer 
made contact with the male driver where he verbally identified himself as, Steven R. Barns 
(38) of Salem OH and stated he had no license due to it being suspended. 

A records check confirmed his statement and he was issued a traffic citation # 23083 and 
given a court date of 01-09-2020 @0830 hrs. in the Columbiana County Municipal Court. 

The vehicle was towed and stored by Kaiser Towing and officer cleared nothing further.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927


External Agency(s)
Kaiser - Kaiser Towing



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1287 12 
Date: 12/30/2019 14:28:00


B & E
1879 Garfield Rd


Officer spoke with the complainant by phone in reference to breaking and entering. The 
complainant stated that he is a Fannie Mae employee doing work on a foreclosure home. 

The complainant stated that today he noticed that the new furnace was missing from the 
house along with a new gas stove. The complainant stated that there was no signs of 
forcible entry to the house.




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1290 12 
Date: 12/31/2019 06:18:00


Suicide attempt
1133 Prospect St, #16A


Police were dispatched to a report of a suicide attempt in the Salem Acres apartment 
complex called in by a male subject who has a protection order against him by the female 
half. 

On arrival, officer made contact with that female, who was apparently attempting suicide. 
The female advised she was in bed sleeping with her children and appeared to be in good 
health. 

Officer advised dispatch that is was negative on any suicide attempt and to cancel FD and 
EMS. 

Case will be forward to prosecutor for review, where possible charges may be filed. 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 1289 12 
Date: 12/31/2019 01:11:00


Medical
1942 S. Lincoln Ave, #1


Police were dispatch to assist medical with an elderly female advising that she feels weak 
and was alone at that time. 

Officer arrived on scene and made contact with the female and stood by until medical 
arrived. After medical arrived, officer cleared with 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 1288 12 
Date: 12/31/2019 00:39:00


Assist other unit
286 Ohio Ave


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Police were dispatch to assist Salem PD on a domestic in progress at 286 Ohio Ave in the 
city of Salem. 

On arrival, officer was advised by Salem Officers that it was under control and verbal only. 
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 1286 12 
Date: 12/30/2019 13:01:00


Domestic complaint
1133 Prospect St, #9A


Officer responded to a reported domestic at 1133 Prospect St 9A in Salem Acres. Officer 
arrived and spoke with the complainant, Christina Seeley. The complainant stated that her 
husband, Joshua Seeley, showed up at her residence yelling at her. The complainant did 
not want Joshua at the residence and called before anything could escalate. 

Joshua left prior to officer's arrival. The complainant stated there was no physical violence 
or threats. 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 1285 12 
Date: 12/29/2019 21:35:00


Alarm drop
1327 Highlan Ave. W.


Officers responded to the 1300 block of Highland Ave. W. for an alarm. 

Officers made contact with a key holder who stated that it was accidental. Officers cleared 
without incident.




Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1284 12 
Date: 12/29/2019 11:46:00


Civil Complaint
187 Plymouth Place


Police responded to the 100 blk of Plymouth Place to speak with a subject regarding a 
protection order /eviction and property. 

The subject had paperwork from the court stating that they could retrieve their breathing 
apparatus from their residence. Police stood by until the machine was loaded into the 
vehicle.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1283 12 
Date: 12/29/2019 08:29:00


Threats or harassment
1097 Jones Dr.


Caller/Complainant: Richard Steeves


Police spoke with a male complainant on station in reference to alarming messages he 
received from his soon to be ex -wife. The complainant advised that his soon to be ex-wife 
sent him a multiple messages with vague threats of harm in them. 

Police responded to the residence and spoke with the wife who advised that she did not 
wish to harm herself or anyone else and is only having a hard time with the issues going on 
in their marriage.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1282 12 
Date: 12/29/2019 00:48:00


Animal complaint
562 Taylor Ave.


Caller/Complainant: Connolly, Ptl.


While on patrol officers came across a K9 running around the 500 block of Taylor Ave. 
Officers located the owner and advised them that their dog was in the roadway. 

The owner was able to get the K9 back into the and officers cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1281 12 
Date: 12/28/2019 23:03:00


Noise Complaint
2334 N. Ellsworth Ave


Caller/Complainant: Stephanie Everson


Police checked the area for a noise complaint. The complainant advised of people possibly 
in her pasture yelling. 

Upon arrival police couldn't hear any noise 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 1280 12 
Date: 12/28/2019 22:08:00


Assist other unit
1867 SR-344


Caller/Complainant: Daivd Wise


Officers responded to the 1800 block of SR-344 for mail boxes that had been struck. 

Officers spoke to the complainant who stated that their and their neighbors mail boxes had 
been struck by a vehicle. As officers were taking photographs Ohio State highway Patrol 
arrived on scene and advised officers that they had a vehicle stopped that appeared to 
have been in an accident .

Officers met with the OSP troops down the road and it was discovered that OSP had the 
female detained under suspicion of OVI. 

Officers stood by while OSP conducted field sobriety tests on the female until she was 
placed under arrest for OVI.



Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930


External Agency(s)
Post#15 - OSP



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1279 12 
Date: 12/27/2019 00:14:00


Suspicious vehicle
Cunningham Rd South Of Butcher Rd


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD transfer


Police were dispatch to Cunningham Rd South Of Butcher Rd for a report of a vehicle in the 
driveway of a residences home with it flasher on. The complainant who was a passerby 
stated that it was suspicious. 

Officer arrived in the area and checked Cunningham Rd South from Butcher Rd to shining 
tree Ln but were unable to locate and vehicle with its flashers on. Officer cleared unfounded 
nothing further.



Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1278 12 
Date: 12/26/2019 17:02:00


Civil Complaint
187 Plymouth Pl


Caller/Complainant: Paul Miller


Officer responded to a civil issue between husband and wife at 187 Plymouth Pl. Officer 
arrived and spoke with the complainant Paul Miller. 

The complainant stated that his wife came to the residence with her daughter to retrieve 
some of her belongings .  The wife, Sandra Miller, previously was at the station in reference 
to her husband's behavior and her safety concerns. 

Officer made the complainant aware of the laws of marital property and that his wife could 
come to her own house as she pleases . The complainant was also advised that his wife 
could have anyone she wanted at the residence with her. 

Officer stood by while Sandra gathered a few of her belongings. 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 1277 12 
Date: 12/26/2019 15:46:04


Investigate complaint
1013 Liberty


Caller/Complainant: George Tyson


Police spoke with complainant reference his brother taking his car with permission and took 
off to Tennessee with it and wont call him back. 

The complainant was given his options to file charges against his brother or try to locate the 
vehicle on his own.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1276 12 
Date: 12/26/2019 15:10:00


Threats or harassment
187 Plymouth Pl


Caller/Complainant: Sandra Miller


Officer spoke with the female complainant that came on station wanting to speak with an 
officer. The complainant stated that she has been staying at her daughter's residence due 
to her not being comfortable staying at the residence with her husband, Paul Miller. The 
complainant states that her husband has loaded guns in the house. 

The complainant further stated that her husband broke numerous items in house. 

Officer explained the laws of marital property and advised her that we could not make him 
leave the residence. Officer advised the complainant to call if there was a problem at the 
residence while she was there.




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1275 12 
Date: 12/26/2019 14:10:11


OH-1/Non Injury - Citation Issued
Goshen Road @ 62/45 bypass


Police called to a 2 vehicle accident at the intersection of Goshen Road and SR 45/62 
bypass, Unit # 1 operated by Thomas Logan age 77 of Canfield was stopped at the stop 
sign on Goshen Road when he entered the intersection striking Unit # 2 operated by 
Andrew Sitko age 65 of Salem who was traveling south on the bypass. 

Both vehicles disabled from the crash and towed from the scene. 

Police issued a citation to Mr. Logan for Failure to Yield from stop sign and set a court date 
of January 4th 2020. Perry Township FD also responded. No injuries reported at time of 
report.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921


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 1271 12 
Date: 12/25/2019 16:22:00


Assist other Agency
E. State and Lincoln


Caller/Complainant: S.O. , Lisbon


Police attempting to locate a vehicle that was driving very erratic heading north on S. 
Lincoln Ave. Salem PD observed the vehicle and initiated a traffic stop. 

The officer requested a nearby unit for assistance, Officer stayed with the Salem unit until 
back up arrived.


Officer(s)
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 1267 12 
Date: 12/24/2019 00:45:00


Traffic offense - Citation Issued
E. Pidgeon Rd @ S. Lincoln Ave


Caller/Complainant: Perry PD #927


While on patrol, officer completed a registration check on a blue Buick Century bearing OH-
HJU4293 showing valid but the registered owner Aaron Jon Ketler (44) out of Alliance OH 
to have a suspended license. During that time, officer observed a male subject matching 
the BMV photo on the MDT to be Ketler enter said vehicle and drive away. 

Officer conducted a traffic stop and Ketler was issued a traffic citation #23081 for operating 
a vehicle with a non-compliance suspension and given a court date of 01-02-2020 @ 0830 
in the Columbiana County Municipal Court. 

Ketler's vehicle was towed by Kaiser Towing and stored at their secured location. 

Officer cleared no further.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927


External Agency(s)
Kaiser - Kaiser Towing


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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1270 12 
Date: 12/25/2019 10:27:00


Animal complaint
SR 14 F W.B.


Police advised of a injured deer that was stuck in a fence on the 4 lane. 

Upon arrival police spoke with a male subject who stated that he stopped to check on the 
deer when a male subject unknown to him stopped and shot the deer in the head and drove 
off. 

Vehicle registration was obtained and will be forwarded to the game warden. Police 
released the deer to the male subject.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1269 12 
Date: 12/24/2019 19:03:00


DOA
1302 Gerogetown Rd


Officer responded to a report a son finding his father lying on the floor of his residence at 
1302 Georgetown Rd. 

Officer arrived and found Henry Roelen lying on the bedroom floor with no signs of life. The 
son just drove in for the holidays from Nashville and had spoken to his father around noon 
today. 

KLG arrived on scene and arraignments were made with the family for transport.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922


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




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1268 12 
Date: 12/24/2019 04:40:00


Traffic offense - Citation Issued
S. Lincoln Ave @ E. Pidgeon Rd.


While on patrol, officer completed a registration check on a black Hyundai Sonata bearing 
OH-HXZ8197 showing valid but the registered owner Marco A. Perez Ajanel (18) out of 
Salem OH to have a suspended license. 

During that time, officer observed a male subject matching the BMV photo on the MDT to 
be Ajanel sitting in the drivers seat. Officer conducted a traffic stop and Ajanel was issued a 
traffic citation #23082 for operating a vehicle with a non-compliance suspension and given a 
court date of 01-02-2020 @ 0830 in the Columbiana County Municipal Court. 

Ajanel's vehicle was towed by Sinsley's Towing and stored at their secured location. 

Officer cleared no further.



Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927


External Agency(s)
ST - Sinsley's Towing



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1266 12 
Date: 12/23/2019 17:17:00


Dog bite
243 Plymouth PL


Caller/Complainant: Angelina Sebbio


Officers responded to the 200 block of Plymouth Pl for a report of a dog bite. Officers spoke 
to the complainant who stated that they were walking their dog when another dog jumped 
over a fence and started to follow them. The complainant stated that they picked their dog 
up and the other dog attempted to bite their dogs tail. In the attempt to bite their dogs tail 
the dog bit the complainant in the leg. 

Officers made contact with the owner of the dog who stated that the dog is up to date on it's 
shots and has a license. Officers advised the owner that the dog warden would be doing a 
follow up home visit in the next few days to assess the dog.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930


External Agency(s)
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1265 12 
Date: 12/22/2019 23:59:00


Suspicious person
Salem Chrysler Jeep Dodge


Complainant on station reference a suspicious vehicle at the Dodge dealership. It was 
advised that it appears that someone is sleeping in their vehicle at the dealership. 

Perry Twp advised Salem PD and they responded to the scene. There was a male 
individual sleeping in the vehicle. the male stated he did not yet have permission to sleep in 
the parking lot. Police advised him to move it along until he was granted permission from 
the dealership.



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 1264 12 
Date: 12/22/2019 22:29:00


Domestic complaint - Citation Issued
1356 W. State St.


Police respond to a report of a domestic between Joseph Long (42) of Salem OH, and a 
(16) juvenile female who resides at the same location. 

On arrival, both parties were separated and neither had any visible injuries. The juvenile 
female was later found to be the aggressor and was cited into the Columbiana county 
juvenile court. 

Officers cleared nothing further.



Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927
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 1263 12 
Date: 12/22/2019 22:14:00


Suspicious vehicle
Cry Baby Bridge


Caller/Complainant: Brian Regal


Police responded top a report of a suspicious vehicle at Cry Baby Bridge . 

The complainant stated that a female exited the vehicle and attempted to flag him down 
while there was a male subject appeared to be on his phone. The complainant stated that it 
was a dark colored car. 

Officer arrived in the area but was unable to locate any vehicles or subjects in the area. 

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 1261 12 
Date: 12/21/2019 21:08:00


Alarm drop
1327 Highland Ave W


Caller/Complainant:  21st Century


Police responded to the 1300BLK of Highland Ave West for a report of an alarm drop. 

Upon arrival police found the home owners caregiver at the residence. Police spoke with 
the caregiver and found everything to be ok.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928
Channing Hank 925




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1260 12 
Date: 12/21/2019 07:44:00


Investigate complaint
410 Benton Rd., #2A


Police responded to the 400 blk of Benton Rd. for a report of a subject locking themselves 
out of their residence. 

Upon arrival police found that the landlord was already on scene with a key.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1259 12 
Date: 12/21/2019 03:35:00


Property damage accident - Arrest Made
Georgetown Rd. @ Prospect St.


Police responded to the above area for a report of a vehicle in a ditch. 

Upon arrival police observed the 2017 Gray Ford Fusion in the ditch. Police spoke to the 
operator Chad Croston (22) Minerva OH 44657, who advised he was following his friend 
when his friend came to an abrupt stop and he swerved to miss that vehicle and ended up 
in a ditch. Police asked if he had been drinking in which he stated he had been not, police 
could also detect no odor of alcohol on his person or in the vehicle. 

However Mr .Croston did give police consent to search his vehicle and police did find four 
THC cartridges in the center consul which were confiscated. When police asked about the 
cartridges, Croston did admit to them being THC. Police issued Croston a traffic ticket for 
Failure to Control and also a minor misdemeanor citation for the THC tubes. 

Sinsley's Towing did respond to the scene and was able to remove the vehicle from the 
ditch. The vehicle suffered minimal damage and drove from the scene without further 
incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1258 12 
Date: 12/20/2019 15:39:00


Domestic complaint
187 Plymouth Place


Police responded to the 100 blk of Plymouth Place for a reported domestic dispute. 

Upon arrival police spoke with both parties who advised that the dispute was verbal and no 
physical violence occurred. The female half decided to leave for the night until everything 
calmed down.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1262 12
Date: 12/22/2019 19:54:00


Reckless Operator
Bypass @ Benton Rd.


Police were dispatch to a report of a reckless driver on the Bypass going south bound. 
Complainant stated that the driver was in a grey Chevy traverse on the Bypass at Benton 
Rd still heading South bound. 

Officer was waiting at W. State and the Bypass but said vehicle was never located so 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 1257 12 
Date: 12/19/2019 23:19:00


Noise Complaint
1278 Elberon Ave

Police were dispatch to a report of a subject sitting in their vehicle with it running and 
playing their music extremely loud. 

On arrival, officer observed a vehicle running with the occupant later identified as Misty 
Mathna exit said vehicle and enter the residence. Officer made contact with Mathna and 
advised her of the complaint. 

Mathna went back into her residence and officer cleared.



Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1256 12 
Date: 12/19/2019 19:32:00


Disabled vehicle
1800 block SR-45

Caller/Complainant: OH-21


Officers responded to the 1800 block of SR-45 for a a disabled vehicle. Officers spoke to 
the driver who was unable to get the vehicle moving again and requested Davidsons 
Towing. 

Once Davidsons had the vehicle officers gave the subject a courtesy transport to the 800 
block of N. Union Ave. due to the cold weather.



Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1255 12 
Date: 12/19/2019 18:35:00


Alarm drop
1388 Higland Ave.

Caller/Complainant: 21st


Officers responded to an alarm in the 1300 block of Highland Ave. Officers checked the 
exterior of the residence which was secured. Officers cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly  930



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1254 12 
Date: 12/19/2019 04:50:00


Animal complaint
N. Lincoln Ave @ Old Farm Rd.

Caller/Complainant: SALEM PD


Police were dispatched to the area of S. Lincoln Ave near Fresh Mark for a report of an 
injured deer in the roadway. 

Officer arrived in the area and checked but was unable to locate any injured animals. 
Shortly after, officer received a call regarding a deer in the roadway on N. Lincoln Ave near 
Old Farm Rd. 

On arrival, officer observed a deer in the roadway, so officer removed the deer 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 1253 12 
Date: 12/19/2019 00:04:00


Property damage accident
S. Lincoln Ave near Chestnut Grove Rd


Police responded to a report of a train verse a passenger car. 

Upon arrival, Officer made contact with a male subject later identified as Ross Crenshaw 
(25) out of Youngstown OH. Crenshaw stated that he was fine and declined all medical 
treatment .

Citation was issued for failure to control and the vehicle Crenshaw was operating was 
towed from the scene at his request 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
Kaiser - Kaiser Towing



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1252 12 
Date: 12/18/2019 22:32:00


Property damage accident
Georgetown Rd.


Caller/Complainant: Audie Syppko


Officers spoke to a complainant over the phone who stated that they had struck a deer on 
Georgetown Rd. in Perry Township .

The complainant stated that they did not notice any damage but would check in the 
morning.



Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1251 12 
Date: 12/18/2019 18:37:00


Vandalism
1386 Johnson Ave.


Caller/Complainant: Kevin Newcome


Officers responded to the 1300 block of Johnson Ave. for a vandalism report. 

Officers spoke to the complainant who stated that someone had cut open a package that 
they had received in the mail. They stated that nothing was taken and wished to make 
officers aware that someone was doing it in the area.



Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1249 12 
Date: 12/17/2019 15:30:00


Alarm drop
204 W Pidgeon Road

Caller/Complainant: Guardian


Police responded to the 200BLK of W Pidgeon Road for an alarm drop. 

Upon arrival police checked the residence, the residence was secure.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1250 12 
Date: 12/18/2019 10:16:00


Alarm drop
1713 State Route 344

Police called to the 1700 blk of SR 344 for a residential alarm activation. Police checked the 
residence and found that it was secure. No key holder responding and police cleared.


Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1247 12 
Date: 12/17/2019 12:19:10


Juvenile complaint - Under Investigation
621 W. Pidgeon

Caller/Complainant: Daniel Clark


Police spoke with complainant reference his 13 year old daughter who may be seeing a 18 
year old male without his permission. The complainant states that he has observed the 
daughter leave a residence inside the city. 

Information to be sent to juvenile prosecutor for review.


Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1244 12 
Date: 12/16/2019 13:02:00


Medical
410 Benton Rd, #3


Officer responded to a medical call at 410 Benton Rd apt #3. Officer arrived along with first 
responders. 

The tenant, Mark Conroy, was found on the bathroom floor by the landlord (complainant). 
Mr. Conroy was conscious and transported to Salem ER by EMT for medical treatment.


Officer(s)
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 1249 12 
Date: 12/17/2019 15:30:00


Alarm drop
204 W Pidgeon Road


Caller/Complainant: Guardian


Police responded to the 200BLK of W Pidgeon Road for an alarm drop. Upon arrival police 
checked the residence, the residence was secure.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1248 12 
Date: 12/17/2019 13:41:00


Domestic complaint
1097 Jones Drive


Caller/Complainant: Richard Steves


Police responded to the 1000BLK of Jones Drive for a report of a domestic dispute. 

Upon arrival police spoke to the complainant who stated his wife had left the residence. 
Police took a report and have it on file.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1246 12 
Date: 12/17/2019 10:29:33


Alarm drop
347 W. Pidgeon

Caller/Complainant: ADT


Police responded to the 300 blk of W. Pidgeon for a residential alarm, Police checked and 
found the residence secured with no key holder responding.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1245 12 
Date: 12/16/2019 16:41:00


Stolen vehicle
1819 S. Lincoln Ave


Officer responded to a report of a stolen vehicle. 

Officer arrived and spoke with the complainant, Lousie Grande. The complainant stated that 
her son, Louis Steven Grande, had taken her rental car without her permission. The vehicle 
is a White 2019 Dodge Durango (TN 7N49A6) rented through Enterprise in Salem. 

Matter is under investigation.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1243 12 
Date: 12/15/2019 22:12:46


Suspicious person
1859 Depot Rd.


Caller/Complainant: Katherine Sacco


Officers responded to the 1800 block of Depot Rd. for suspicious activity. Officers were 
advised that a store employee heard someone at the locked back door and that they 
attempted to gain entry to the business. 

Upon officers arrival the subjects were found to be gone on arrival and the complainant was 
outside with a family member. there were no signs of forced entry to the door the 
complainant stated they attempted to gain entry. The complainant was unable to give a 
description or direction of travel of the possible subjects.



Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1242 12 
Date: 12/15/2019 18:59:00


Suspicious person
Sophia Womens Center, 1826 S. Lincoln Ave.


Officers responded to the 1800 block of S. Lincoln Ave. for a suspicious person in the area. 

Officers made contact with the subject description provided by dispatch. The subject 
advised that they were just waiting for a family member to come and pick them up.



Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1241 12 
Date: 12/15/2019 16:07:00


Assault
401 Springdale Rd

Caller/Complainant: Bridgett Riley


Officers responded to the 400 block of Springdale Rd. for a civil custody dispute. 

Officers spoke to the complainant who stated that she was there to pick her daughter up. 
She stated that a physical altercation occurred when the juvenile was being placed into the 
car by the juveniles father. She stated that the she attempted to put the juvenile into the 
vehicle when a verbal argument started between her and the father of the juvenile, she 
stated that she was then pushed to the ground. 

Officers spoke to the father who stated that he only pushed her off of him after she grab his 
arm as he was the one attempting to put the juvenile into the vehicle and she became 
impatient and tried to move him out of the way. 

Officers gathered written statements from the complainant and father and advised them that 
it would be sent to the prosecutors office for review.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930


External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1240 12 
Date: 12/15/2019 14:05:00


Speak with Officer
1133 Prospect St., #19A

Caller/Complainant: Holly Green


Police responded to the 1100 blk of Prospect St. for a report of a subject whishing to speak 
with an officer. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the complainant who advised that she and the maintenance 
supervisor had were having issues regarding the furnace at the apartment. The complainant 
advised that the maintenance supervisor was raising his voice and yelling for no reason and 
she was worried about her safety. 

Police spoke with the maintenance supervisor who denied raising his voice and stated he 
was only caution her about using her stove to heat her apartment.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1239 12 
Date: 12/14/2019 19:52:00


OH-1/Non Injury
SR-344/Cunninham RD


Officers responded to the area of SR-344 and Cunningham Rd. for a hit skip without injures. 
Officers spoke to the driver of Unit #2 who state that she was traveling westbound on SR-
344 when Unit #1 which was traveling northbound on Cunningham Rd. ran the stop sign 
causing it to strike Unit #2. 

Unit #2 sustained disabling damage to the front driver side wheel. 

Unit #1 left the scene prior to officers arrival.



Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1238 12 
Date: 12/14/2019 17:59:00


Investigate complaint
1115 W. Perry Street


Caller/Complainant: Donald Hall


Police responded to the 1100BLK of W. Perry Street for a custody issue. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the complainant who advised police his mother and father 
were trying to take his children from the residence. 

Police advised the complainants parents of the legal action they would have to take to get 
custody of their grandkids.



Officer(s)
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 1237 12 
Date: 12/14/2019 16:03:00


Traffic offense - Citation Issued
North Lincoln Ave/US62


Caller/Complainant: PTL J. Smith


Police conducted a traffic stop on US62 near North Lincoln Ave on a 1997 Chevy Cavalier 
(red) and found the owner/operator Kimberly Wallace (45) of Louisville, Ohio was operating 
the vehicle while suspended. Wallace was issued a citation for License forfeiture 
suspension and expired registration. 

Wallace was given a mandatory court date of 12/17/2019 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. Wallace was taken to Circle K West until a family member could pick-up Wallace.



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 1236 12 
Date: 12/14/2019 12:28:00


Animal complaint
1774 SR 344


Caller/Complainant: David Price


Police responded to the 1700 blk of SR 344 for a report of an injured deer along the 
roadway. 

Upon arrival police checked on the deer and found that all four of it's legs were broken. 
Police humanely euthanized the deer. 

The complainant advised that they wanted the deer and were issued a state deer receipt.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1235 12 
Date: 12/13/2019 18:52:00


Welfare Check
1115 W. Perry St.


Caller/Complainant: Robert Hall


Officers responded to the 1100 block of W. Perry St. for a welfare check. Officers were 
advised by family members that the father of two juveniles was very intoxicated and unable 
to take care of the juveniles. 

Officers made contact with the complainants and the father at the above location. Officers 
could visibly see that the father was highly intoxicated. Officers advised the father that the 
juveniles were going to stay with the complainant for the night and he would be able to pick 
them up in the morning when he had sobered up. 

The father returned to inside his residence and officers cleared the scene without incident.



Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1234 12 
Date: 12/13/2019 16:35:00


OH-1 Crash Report/ Injury - Citation Issued
SR 9 (New Garden Ave) at Conser Dr.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923

REPORT NOT COMPLETED AS OF THIS POSTING DATE



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1233 12 
Date: 12/13/2019 13:03:00


Misdemeanor warrant - Arrest Made
1133 Prospect St., #5B


Caller/Complainant: Reynolds, Det.


Police responded to 1100 blk of Prospect St. for an active arrest warrant. Police 
subsequently arrested, Beth A. Hays (28), of Salem OH, 44460 for Child Endangering (M1) 
and Domestic Violence (M1). 

Ms. Hays was transported to the Columbiana County jail complex to await her court date of 
12-16-19 at 8:30 am in the Columbiana County Municipal 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 1232 12 
Date: 12/13/2019 04:08:00


Disabled vehicle
E. Pidgeon @ S. Lincoln


While on patrol officer observed a vehicle at the intersection of E. Pidgeon @ S. Lincoln 
break down. Officer activate overhead rear lights, parked the cruiser and assisted the 
motorist in pushing said vehicle out of the intersection opening the roadway back up. 

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 1223 12 
Date: 12/08/2019 05:01:00


Threats or harassment
1852 S. Lincoln Ave., #4

Caller/Complainant: Deborah A Shellenberger

Police responded to the above address to speak with the complainant about threating text 
messages she is receiving from her daughters boyfriend. Police read over the test 
messages and took photos of the conversation and also got a written statement from the 
complainant. 

Police advised the the incident would be forwarded to the Columbiana County Prosecutors 
Office for possible charges. Police further advised the complainant on how to file for a 
protection order. 

Once the written statement was filled out 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 1220 12 
Date: 12/07/2019 12:53:00


Welfare Check
1848 Allen Dr.


Police responded to the 1800 blk of Allen Rd. to conduct a welfare check on a relative. 
Police made contact with a relative who advised that he was okay.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1216 12 
Date: 12/06/2019 15:55:00


Welfare Check
1013 Liberty St.


Police responded to the 1000 blk on Liberty St. to conduct a welfare check on a subject who 
hasn't show up for work in three days. 

Upon arrival police made contact with the subjects brother who advised that his brother was 
fine and left for Tennessee earlier in the week.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1225 12 
Date: 12/08/2019 23:12:00


Suspicious person
Depot near Blossom


Police responded to the above area for a male subject who appeared to be disoriented 
walking in the roadway. 

Upon arrival to the area police checked the surrounding streets locating no one in the area. 
Police cleared upon making negative contact.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1224 12 
Date: 12/08/2019 15:15:00


Assist other unit
329 Newgarden Rd.


Caller/Complainant: Salem Police Dept.


Police were dispatched to assist Salem Police department in the 300 block of Newgarden 
Rd. While officer was enroot to that location, Salem PD advised that they had a traffic stop 
and Tod Ritchy who had active warrants fled on foot. Salem PD further advised that the K-9 
was deployed and was currently tracking Ritchy. 

Officers set a Perimeter but Ritchy was unable to be apprehended. Officer later 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 1222 12 
Date: 12/07/2019 20:04:00


Disabled vehicle
1400 block W. Pine Lake Rd.


Police responded to the 1400 block of W. Pine Lake Rd. for a disabled vehicle. Police spoke 
with the operator who advised he ran out of gas. 

Police stood by until the vehicle was able to leave the scene.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1221 12 
Date: 12/07/2019 18:13:00


Drunk
914 Canterbury Lane


Police responded to the 900 block of Canterbury Lane for a report of an intoxicated subject. 
The complainant advised his father is living with his grandparents and they want him to 
leave. 

Police advised they would have to get him evicted as he lives at the residence.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925
Jonathan Smith 928



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1219 12 
Date: 12/07/2019 11:23:00


Alarm drop
21st Century 801 Main St.


Caller/Complainant: 21st Century


Police responded to the 800 blk of Main St. for a reported residential alarm drop. Upon 
arrival police checked the building finding all doors secure.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1218 12 
Date: 12/07/2019 08:18:00


Vandalism
1575 Manor Dr.


Police responded to the 1500 blk of Manor Dr. for a report of vandalism to a mailbox. 

Upon arrival police found that the mailbox had been smashed with a blunt object. Police 
checked the surrounding areas and found multiple mailboxes smashed in the 1300 and 
1400 blk's of Manor Dr. and the 1200 and 1300 blk's of N. Union Ave.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1217 12 
Date: 12/06/2019 17:01:00


Speak with Officer
1881 Hunt Rd.


Caller/Complainant: Sara Houchins


Police spoke with a female complainant on station in reference to a possible fraudulent 
document sent to residence and place of employment. 

This incident is under investigation.




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1204 11 
Date: 11/30/2019 18:28:00

Welfare Check
1135 Cunningham Road


Police responded to the 1100BLK of Cunningham Road for a welfare check. Negative 
contact.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1207 12 
Date: 12/01/2019 20:31:00

Welfare Check
1115 W. Perry St.


Officers responded to the 1100 block of W. Perry St. for a check well being. Officers were 
advised that the homeowner was possibly suicidal and the caller was concerned for the well 
being of the juveniles inside the house. 

Officers made contact with the homeowner who stated that everything is fine and that it is 
an ongoing custody dispute between him and the juveniles mother. Officers cleared the 
scene without incident.



Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1206 12 
Date: 12/01/2019 18:07:00

Assist other unit
600 Block of N. Lincoln Ave.


Officers were requested to assist Salem Police Department in attempting to stop a vehicle. 
Officers were notified that the vehicle in question was north bound on N. Lincoln Ave. in the 
600 block and were continuing toward Perry Twp. Goshen Twp. Police Department was 
also notified as the officers entered their area. 

Officers assisted by calling directions of travel and roads for the Salem Officer utilizing the 
in car radios that allowed Perry Twp. to communicate with Salem. Salem terminated the 
pursuit due to weather and road conditions. Once Salem terminated the pursuit Perry Twp. 
did as well.



Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930


External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1205 12 
Date: 12/01/2019 00:41:00

Domestic complaint
1336 W. State St.


Officers responded to the 1300 block of W. State St. for a domestic dispute between a 
mother and her juvenile daughter .

Officers spoke to the juvenile who stated that her mother was angry with her because of a 
relationship she was having with an older male. Officers advised her that because she is a 
minor she has to listen to her mother. 

Officers spoke to anther subject at the house who was the older sister of the juvenile who 
stated that the juvenile could stay with her for the night until things cooled down. Officers 
asked the mother if this was ok and she stated that, that was fine. 

Officers cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1203 11 
Date: 11/30/2019 12:41:00

Alarm drop
1341 Johnson Ave


Caller/Complainant: ADT

Police responded to the 1300 blk of Johnson Ave for a reported residential alarm. 

Upon arrival police made contact with a contractor working on the residence. After speaking 
with the homeowner is was determined that the company was allowed to be there and 
came a few days earlier than expected.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1202 11 
Date: 11/30/2019 09:57:00

Alarm drop
810 Main St.


Caller/Complainant: 21st Century


Police responded to the 800 blk of Main St. for a reported commercial alarm. 

Upon arrival police checked the building finding all doors secure.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1201 11 
Date: 11/30/2019 01:15:00

Suspicious vehicle
Circle K 1827 S Lincoln Ave


Caller/Complainant: Store Clerk


Clerk at the store advised of a vehicle who was parked at the gas pump for an extended 
amount of time. 

Police spoke with the operator of the vehicle who advised he was coming from work in 
Cleveland headed to Lisbon and was taking a break from driving. The operator got fuel 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 1200 11 
Date: 11/29/2019 18:00:00

Unwanted Subject/ One to be Removed
1115 W. Perry St.


Police responded to the 1100 blk of W. Perry St. for a report of an unwanted subject to be 
removed. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the female that advised she was leaving and in the process 
of finding a ride home. A next door neighbor ended giving the female a ride to her 
residence.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1199 11 
Date: 11/29/2019 15:28:00

Vandalism
1715 Goshen Rd.


Caller/Complainant: Josh Schroepfy


Police spoke with a complainant, via telephone, in reference to their mailbox being 
smashed. The complainant advised that they are unaware of when it happened but it 
appears that someone ran over their mailbox with a vehicle.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1198 11 
Date: 11/29/2019 14:57:00

Threats or harassment
1001 Beechwood Rd


Caller/Complainant: Kerry Colian


Officers spoke to a complainant over the phone regarding domestic issues that she has 
been having. The complainant stated that she needed advise on what to do and steps that 
she could possibly take. Officers asked if the altercations she was having had been physical 
or only verbal. She stated that she had been pushed in the past but did not give an exact 
date. 

Officers explained that she could fill a written statement out if she wanted to, which she did 
but would be unable to as she was calling from work. Officers advised her that she could fill 
one out when she got off work at the Police Department if she wished do do so. 

She agreed and advised she would be in after work to fill one out.



Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1188 11 
Date: 11/27/2019 14:00:00


Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
Egpyt Rd


Caller/Complainant:  Salem PD


Officer responded to a report of a tree on the roadway on Egypt Rd. Officer checked the 
area but could not locate any trees in the roadway.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1191 11 
Date: 11/28/2019 01:04:00


Noise Complaint
910 Somerset Dr., #A


Police responded to a report of a possible underage drinking party at 910 Somerset Dr. 
Complainant stated that there is a lot of loud music and yelling going on. 

Officer made contact with Dylan Ulrich and 4 other juvenile male who were staying at that 
residence for the aunt/homeowner Debbie Emelo. Officer detected no alcohol emitting from 
any of the juveniles and further contacted Emelo and advised her of the complaint. 

Emelo stated they were all allowed to be there 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 1182 11 
Date: 11/25/2019 17:03:00


Crash Report/ Injury - Citation Issued
SR-45/Georgetown Rd.


Officers responded to the area of SR-45 and Georgetown Rd. for an accident with injuries. 

Officers spoke to a third party witness who stated that Unit #2 operated by Jennifer Ottinger 
age 43 of Salem who was traveling north bound and was struck by Unit #1 operated by 
Frank McMichael age 76 of Homeworth who had pulled out from a stop sign on the West 
side of the road. 

The driver of Unit #2 was transported to St. Elizabeth's Hospital for unknown injuries and 
the driver of Unit # 1 was issued a citation for FTY-Stop Sign.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1180 11 
Date: 11/25/2019 16:27:00


Animal complaint
US-62/Michigan


Officers responded to the area of US-62 and Michigan for a injured deer. 

Officers searched the area and had negative contact with the deer. Officers then cleared the 
scene.



Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1179 11 
Date: 11/25/2019 15:23:14


Animal complaint
1001 Cunningham Road


Police called for the second time in regards to cows loose on Cunningham road in the 800 
Blk. 

Police assisted with the owner of the cows in getting them back into the fence.


Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1178 11 
Date: 11/25/2019 07:20:00


Animal complaint
800 Blk of Cunningham Rd


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Police called to a report of loose cows in the 800 blk of Cunningham Road.  

Police made contact with the cows owner and advised him of the complaint. Police checked 
the area finding no more cows at large.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1181 11 
Date: 11/25/2019 16:50:00


Medical
1119 Jones Dr.


Officer responded to a report of a medical call at 1119 Jones Dr. 

Officers arrived with Perry Twp FD and found Vicky Steed laying on the floor of her 
residence. Vicky was transported to Salem ER by KLG.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922 
Ryan Connolly 930


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 1177 11 
Date: 11/24/2019 17:40:00


Alarm drop
1381 Southridge Dr.


Caller/Complainant: ADT

Police responded to a report of an alarm drop in the 1300 block of Southridge Dr. in Perry 
township. 

On arrival, Officer made contact with the resident homeowner Janet Mayfield and Thurston 
Bowden. Mayfield stated that she was late to shut the alarm off when she arrived home, 
and everything was ok. 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 1176 11 
Date: 11/23/2019 15:49:00


Investigate complaint
1120 Jones Drive

Caller/Complainant: Summit County Sheriffs Office

Police responded to 1100BLK of Jones Drive Per Summit County Sheriff's office, to contact 
their office. Police advised the residences of the situation.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1175 11 
Date: 11/23/2019 15:29:00


Investigate complaint
Circle K, 1827 S. Linocln Ave


Caller/Complainant: Circle K employee


Police received a call about an argument among two adults at Circle K south. 

Police were on domestic complaint on Springdale Street. Dispatch advised they would send 
Salem Police Department to handle the call. Salem advised no problem.



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1174 11 
Date: 11/23/2019 15:27:00


Vandalism
Fresh Mark INC


Caller/Complainant: Cristina Escobar

Police responded to Fresh Mark for a report of a vehicle vandalism. 

Upon arrival police spoke to the complainant who advised police someone had installing 
rocks in the rear tires valve stem. Police watched the security footage and have a report on 
file.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1173 11 
Date: 11/23/2019 15:08:00


Domestic complaint
348 Springdale Street


Caller/Complainant: Stefan Jarrett


Police responded to the 300BLK of Springdale street for a domestic complaint. 

Upon arrive police spoke with the complainant who advised police his girlfriend assaulted 
him. The complainant advised police he did not want to press charges, he just wants her to 
leave. Police spoke with the female subject and she stated she was waiting for a ride. 

Police advised both parties to stay away from one another and what can happen if charges 
were filed.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1172 11 
Date: 11/23/2019 13:36:00


Medical
1174 W. Perry St.


Police responded to the 1100 blk of W. Perry St. for a reported medical alarm. 

Upon arrival police found that it was a false alarm.



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 1170 11 
Date: 11/21/2019 19:06:00

Welfare Check
SR 14 F west of US 62/ SR 45


Police responded to SR 14 F west of US 62/ SR 45 Interchange for a report of an elderly 
female that was confused. It was determined she was lost and was escorted home by 
Goshen PD.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1171 11 
Date: 11/22/2019 15:33:00


Vandalism
Egypt Rd. at E. Pine Lake Rd.

Caller/Complainant: Randall Howells


Police spoke with the complainant over the phone in reference to vandalism. The 
complainant advised the locks to the gate on Egypt Rd. at E. Pine Lake Rd. had been 
damaged.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1166 11 
Date: 11/20/2019 01:53:00


Domestic complaint -  Arrest Made
1356 W. State St

Caller/Complainant: Christina Minger


Police responded to the 1300 block of W. State St. in Salem Ohio for a report of a domestic 
dispute. 

On arrival, officer made contact with the complainant who stated her boyfriend Joseph 
Andrew Long of almost 8yrs threw a chair at her striking her in the leg. The complainant had 
a visible hematoma on her left shin from where the chair hit her. 

Officer took statements from her and a witness as well a photos and attached them to the 
case file. Long was arrested and booked in Columbiana County jail on domestic violence 
charges. 

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 1169 11 
Date: 11/21/2019 01:51:00


Unwanted Subject
Circle K south

Caller/Complainant: Circle K Manager


Police responded to a report of 2 unwanted subjects at Circle K south. On arrival, officer 
made contact with the manager who stated that there are 2 subject that were in the store 
arguing and wanted them off the property. 

Officer made contact with the subjects sitting in the vehicle in the Circle K parking lot. 
Officer advised them to leave the property which they did 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 1160 11 
Date: 11/18/2019 20:05:00


Medical
1337 Benton Road


Police responded to the 1300 BLK of Benton Road for a medical emergency. 

Upon arrival police made contact with the residents, police advised the residence KLG and 
Perry Township Fire Department where on the way. 

Police stood by until KLG and Perry Township Fire Department arrived.


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 1163 11 
Date: 11/19/2019 16:21:00


Private Property Accident
816 Benton Road


Police responded to the 800BLK on Benton Road for a report of a pole sheared in half. 

Upon arrival police found Colian's Tree Service of Salem, Ohio 44460 had hit telephone and 
power lines in the parking lot of 816 Benton Road. Police closed the roadway until Ohio 
Edison removed power lines from the roadway. Police notified dispatch to contact AT&T. 

Police cleared the scene and opened the roadway.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928 
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1167 11 
Date: 11/20/2019 18:00:00


Vandalism
1203 Depot Rd.


Caller/Complainant: Rick Hickman


Police responded to the 1200 block of Depot Rd. for a report of vandalism. The complainant 
advised someone had put glue on the lock to their shed which does not allow them to gain 
access anymore. 

The complainant wanted a report on file.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1168 11 
Date: 11/21/2019 00:12:00


Assist other unit
Circle K south


Caller/Complainant: Ptl D. Craig #927


While on patrol officer observed POST #15 in the parking lot of Circle K south on a traffic 
stop with 2 subjects in the vehicle. During the stop POST #15 had an additional POST unit 
arrive as well as a Columbiana City K9. 

POST #15 conducted a probable cause search of said vehicle due to a positive alert from 
the K9. The search of said vehicle yielding negative results.

POST #15 gave the driver a verbal warning for the stop and all units cleared nothing further.




Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig927


External Agency(s)
Post#50 - OSP




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1165 11 
Date: 11/19/2019 23:17:00


Domestic complaint
1001 Cunningham Rd.


Police was dispatched to Salem PD for a domestic dispute that occurred in the Township. 

On arrival, officer made contact with the complainant and her 16 yo juvenile child. After 
speaking with all parties involved, it was determined that there was no domestic. 

The complainant was given civil options and officer 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 1164 11 
Date: 11/19/2019 18:40:00


Welfare Check
1143 W. Perry Street, #303


Police responded to 1143 W Perry Street for a welfare check. Police contact the 
complainant VIA phone and spoke with Ron Hoffman who was concerned about his 
daughter Rebecca Hoffman. 

Police spoke with Rebecca and everything seemed to be ok.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1162 11 
Date: 11/19/2019 07:30:00


Property damage accident
62/45 Bypass north of Benton Road


Police responded to a Car vs Deer accident on the 62/45 bypass. Operator of Unit # 1 Brian 
Groves age 44 of Hanoverton was north on the bypass when a deer entered the roadway 
colliding with Unit # 1. Unit # 1 received damage to the passenger side of the vehicle 
requiring it to be towed from the scene. 

The deer was killed and released to the towing operator.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921


External Agency(s)
Kaiser - Kaiser Towing




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1161 11 
Date: 11/19/2019 03:57:00


Disabled vehicle
62/45 bypass @ SR 62


Police were dispatched to the area of US62 and the bypass for a broken down motor home. 

Upon arrival police awaited Geary's Towing. The tow truck towed the vehicle to a auto shop 
in Alliance. Police cleared once the roadway was cleared.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1159 11 
Date: 11/18/2019 17:44:00


Domestic complaint
243 Plymouth Pl


Officers responded to a report of a domestic involving a juvenile female. 

Officers spoke with the complainant at 243 Plymouth Place. Officers then responded to 
speak with the juvenile's mother, Robin Troyer, at 1133 Prospect St apt 8B. 

Officers found that the incident involving the juvenile female occurred outside of the 
township at 2838 Depot Rd. The Sheriff's Office was advised of the information.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1157 11 
Date: 11/17/2019 16:19:00


Domestic complaint
1133 Prospect St., #21A


Police responded to a report of a child custody/domestic complaint. 

Officer meet with all parties involve, at which point they were counseled and given option. 
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 1147 11 
Date: 11/14/2019 18:08:00


Medical
1717 Devonshire Dr.


Police along with Perry Twp FD and KLG responded to the 1700 block of Devonshire Dr. for 
a report of an unresponsive elderly
male. 

Upon police arrival the male subject was being transported by KLG to the hospital.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925


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 1145 11 
Date: 11/14/2019 14:27:00


Medical
549 E. Pine Lake Rd.


Caller/Complainant: Pendant Alarm


Police responded to the 500 blk of E. Pine lake Rd. for a reported medical alarm. Upon 
arrival police found that it was a false alarm.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1156 11 
Date: 11/17/2019 15:30:00


Reckless Operator
SR62


Police were dispatch to SR62 for a reckless driver called in by POST 15 the vehicle 
description was a black Honda traveling eastbound on SR62. Officer checked that area but 
was unable to located said vehicle. 

Officer cleared with nothing further.



Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927


External Agency(s)
Post#50 - OSP



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1155 11 
Date: 11/17/2019 12:10:00


Vandalism
1262 Andrew Ave

Caller/Complainant: Jennifer Starcher


Police responded to the 1200 blk of Andrew Ave for a report of vandalism to a vehicle. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the complainant who advised that last night around 11:30pm 
subjects who they believe they know egged their vehicle. 

The complainant advised that the neighbor was able to get footage of the incident from their 
ring door bell and will be forwarding the footage to the Police Department.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1154 11 
Date: 11/17/2019 00:39:00


Assist other unit
1710 SR 344


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Officers were requested by Salem PD to help locate a 911 hang up call. Salem advised that 
they originally had gotten a call to the 100 block of Woodland Ave. for an unknown 911 call 
and were disconnected from it. They were able to ping the phone which came back to an 
area just outside of the city. 

Officers from both Perry Twp. and Salem PD searched the area and had negative contact.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930
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 1153 11 
Date: 11/16/2019 21:08:00


Alarm drop
1238 W. Perry St.


Officers along with the Fire Department to the 1200 block of W. Perry St. for a fire alarm. 

Officers arrived first and made contact with 2 juveniles inside the house. They advised 
officers that they had accidentally set it off and that everything was ok. Officers advised the 
FD and cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930


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




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1152 11 
Date: 11/16/2019 13:25:00


Injury accident
400 blk W. Pine Lake Rd.


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Police responded to the 400 blk of W. Pine Lake Rd. for a reported single vehicle fatal 
accident. 

Upon arrival police found that the accident occurred in Goshen Twp., Mahoning County.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923


External Agency(s)
Mahoning County - Goshen Twp. PD 
EMT - EMT Ambulance Service




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1151 11 
Date: 11/16/2019 00:19:00


Welfare Check
Salem Acres


Police responded to the above address for a well being check. Upon arrival police checked 
on the individual and her kids who all advised they were ok.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1150 11 
Date: 11/15/2019 12:20:00


Alarm drop
245 W. Pine Lake Rd


Caller/Complainant: Vector Security


Officer responded to a residential alarm at 254 W. Pine Lake Rd. 

Officers arrived and found the homeowners at the residence . Homeowners stated that they 
have been having problems with the alarm. 

Officers cleared without incident.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922 Yes
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police 
Call Number: 19 1149 11 
Date: 11/14/2019 19:34:00


664 W. Pidgeon Rd.


Police spoke with the juvenile complainant who advised their younger sister stole her cell 
phone. Police contacted the parent who advised they would handle it.


Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1148 11 
Date: 11/14/2019 18:45:00


Property damage accident
US 62 near Michigan Blvd.


Police responded to US 62 near Michigan Blvd. for a report of a car vs deer accident. 
Ronnelle Daley of 945 Canterbury Ln. Salem Ohio was eastbound on US 62 near Michigan 
Blvd. when a deer ran into the path of her vehicle. 

Damage was caused to the front of the vehicle. Photos were taken and the vehicle was able 
to be driven from the scene.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1146 11 
Date: 11/14/2019 15:58:00


Alarm drop
1284 Stewart Rd.

Caller/Complainant: Simply Safe


Police responded to the 1200 blk of Stewart Rd. for a residential alarm drop. Upon arrival 
police found that it was a false alarm.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1128 11 
Date: 11/09/2019 18:12:00


Investigate complaint
1862 Depot Road


Caller/Complainant: Lisa Bates


Police responded to the 1800BLK for for a report of found property. 

Upon arrive police made contact with the complainant who had several items that he had 
located at his residence. Police took possession of said items and later turned into 
evidence, and forwarded to department detective.



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 1127 11 
Date: 11/09/2019 14:34:00


Civil Complaint
647 E. Pine Lake Rd.


Caller/Complainant: Dan Clark , 3875 Henderson Rd.,  New Castle, PA


Police spoke with a complainant, via telephone, in reference to a civil issue regarding a 
license plate. 

Police spoke with the other party involved and found that they had already mailed the 
license plate back to the original owner.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923 
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1132 11 
Date: 11/10/2019 23:54:00


B & E
1253 Benton Rd.


Caller/Complainant: Patricia Murphy


Police responded to the 1200 block of Benton Rd for a report of a theft. On arrival officer 
made contact with the complainant who stated that her homemade Bluetooth was taken 
from her residence. Complainant stated that nothing else seems to be missing .

Officer advised the complainant if anything else is noticed missing to contact the 
department. 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 1130 11 
Date: 11/09/2019 22:54:00


Suspicious person
280 Benton Rd


Police responded to a report of a subject wearing a brown jacket attempting to enter Pop 
Jacksons. 

On arrival, Officers were unable to locate anyone in the area. Officer check that location for 
any tool marks or forced entry yielding negative results .

Officers cleared nothing further.



Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1129 11 
Date: 11/09/2019 21:24:00


Recovered property
Circle K, 1827 S. Lincoln Ave


Caller/Complainant: Salem Police Dept.


Police recovered property from Salem Police Department that was found at Circle K South. 
Police will attempt to make contact to return property.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1119 11 
Date: 11/05/2019 19:04:00


Disabled vehicle
1800 block of SR9


Police responded to the 1800 block of SR 9 for a report of a disabled semi truck. 

Upon police arrival the semi was moved from the roadway and was being repaired.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1117 11 
Date: 11/05/2019 19:07:01


Alarm drop
1135 Cunningham Road


Caller/Complainant:  ADT


Police responded to the 1100BLK of Cummingham Road for an alarm drop. 

Upon arrival police spoke with PPW Power washing and they just got finished power 
washing the property. Police checked the residence and found the residents to be secure.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1118 11 
Date: 11/05/2019 19:10:57


Investigate complaint


Police spoke with a Perry Township resident VIA phone about a possible telephone scam. 
Police advised the resident of his options.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1115 11 
Date: 11/05/2019 06:45:00


Private Property Accident
Perry Township Admin Building


Police while on station heard a vehicle accident in the parking lot of the Perry Township 
Administration Building. 

Upon speaking with the operator it was determined that he was trying to park his vehicle for 
voting when he struck a parked vehicle. 

Minimal damage was done to both vehicles. Police took photos and issued a report number.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1116 11 
Date: 11/05/2019 13:37:00


Investigate complaint
647 E. Pine Lake Road


Police spoke with Daniel Clack of Pennsylvania VIA phone about a vehicle he sold to a 
Perry Township resident. The complainant stated he sold his 2004 Mini Cooper and let the 
resident use his license plates to get the vehicle home. 

Daniel Clark wants his license plates back. 

Police advised the complainant of his legal options.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1105 10 
Date: 10/31/2019 21:57:00


Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
400 block of Michigan Blvd.


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Officer responded to the 400 block of Michigan Blvd for a report of a tree down on the 
roadway. 

Officer arrived and found a tree blocking both lanes of travel. Officer contacted township 
road department and they responded to the scene to remove the tree .

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 1102 10 
Date: 10/31/2019 17:15:00


Special detail
1605 E. 11th St.


Officer responded to 1605 E. 11th St. to assist the homeowner. 

Officer arrived and spoke with the homeowner. The homeowner asked if I could remove a 
large pot that had fallen from the brick post at the end of the driveway. The homeowner did 
not want anyone falling over it during trick or treat. 

Officer removed the large pot and placed it on the homeowners back porch.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1104 10 
Date: 10/31/2019 20:45:00


Burglary
1862 Depot Rd.


Police responded to the 1800 block of Depot Rd. for a report of a burglary. The resident 
advised he had some belongings missing from the house. 

No signs of forced entry were observed. This matter is under investigation.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925 
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1103 10 
Date: 10/31/2019 19:51:00


Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
754 Georgetown Rd.


Officer responded to a tree in the roadway in front of 754 Georgetown Rd. 

Officer arrived and found the tree blocking half of the road. Officer stood by until the tree 
was removed.


Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1101 10 
Date: 10/31/2019 17:11:00


Vandalism
1796 S. Lincoln Ave

Caller/Complainant: Brian Bell


Police responded to the 1700 blk of S. Lincoln Ave for a report of vandalism to property. 

Upon arrival, police spoke with the complainant who advised that a semi-tractor trailer was 
pulling of the church on S. Lincoln Ave and drove onto their property causing ruts in their 
yard. The complainant advised that the driver yelled that he would be back to fix the ruts but 
never returned. 

The complainant was unable to get a license plate from the truck.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1100 10 
Date: 10/31/2019 00:29:00


Domestic complaint
1663 Goshen Rd


Police responded to the Goshen Rd. and the Bypass for a silver Encore driven by Daniel 
Glista who was highly intoxicated called in by the neighbor. 

Officer arrived in the area but was unable to locate said vehicle. After several minutes 
officer located Glista who was not in his vehicle but was sitting at country saw and knife. 
Officer contacted his mother and Glista left with her .

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 1098 10 
Date: 10/30/2019 10:15:00


B & E
Frost Top


Caller/Complainant: Joseph Miller


Police advised by complainant that while moving items out of his business he observed that 
items appeared to be missing. Upon checking the owner noticed that a record machine had 
been damage. Also damaged was a building inside the city and Salem PD was advised.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921
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 1100 10 
Date: 10/31/2019 00:29:00


Domestic complaint
1663 Goshen Rd


Police responded to the Goshen Rd. and the Bypass for a silver Encore driven by Daniel 
Glista who was highly intoxicated called in by the neighbor. 

Officer arrived in the area but was unable to locate said vehicle. After several minutes 
officer located Glista who was not in his vehicle but was sitting at country saw and knife. 
Officer contacted his mother and Glista left with her .

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 1099 10 
Date: 10/30/2019 23:26:00


Suspicious person
S. Lincoln near Fresh Mark


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Police responded to a report of a elderly female with a walker and no pants walking 
southbound on S. Lincoln. 

Officer arrived in the area and check multiple locations as well as contacting the local senior 
living centers all yielding negative results. 

Officer cleared unfounded 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 1097 10 
Date: 10/30/2019 10:01:50


Threats or harassment
2092 Shamrock Arbor DR


Caller/Complainant: Lonnie Bobovnyik


Police spoke with complainant reference a female who has ben harassing her and her 
husband past year by phone text messages. The complainant was given the information 
needed to obtain a CPO against the female.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1096 10 
Date: 10/30/2019 06:43:00


Disabled vehicle
N. lincoln Ave / U.S. 62


Police discovered a disabled vehicle on N. Lincoln Ave near U.S. 62. Police spoke with the 
driver of the vehicle, Thomas Stewart Jr. 

Thomas stated he had a gas leak and ran out of gas. Thomas stated he was waiting on his 
parents to bring him gas. 

Police waited until Thomas was off of the road. 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 1093 10 
Date: 10/29/2019 16:06:00


Unwanted Subject/ One to be Removed
1360 W State Street


Caller/ Complainant:  Mike Kriss


Police responded to the 1300BLK of W. State street for a male subject to be removed. 

Police arrived on scene and advised the complainant police can not remove the subject, do 
to it not being his residence. Police advised the complainant of his options.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928 
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1091 10 
Date: 10/29/2019 12:34:00


Assist other unit
S. Lincoln Ave


Police requested to stop a vehicle heading north on S. Lincoln Ave from Lisbon Road. 

Vehicle description given along with registration. Police observed the vehicle as it was 
entering into the city limits and initiated a traffic stop. Police stood bye until OSP arrived and 
spoke with both parties.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921
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 1092 10 
Date: 10/29/2019 13:49:00


Traffic offense - Citation Issued
South Lincoln Ave at E Pidgeon


Police conducted a traffic stop on South Lincoln Ave on a 2013 Ford F250 (black) and 
found the owner/operator Christopher Campher (43) of East Canton, Ohio 44730 was 
operating the vehicle while suspended. 

Mr. Campher was issued a citation for license forfeiture suspension and given a mandatory 
court date of 11/1/2019 to appear in Columbiana County Municipal Court.

Sinsley's Towing responded to the scene and removed the vehicle and trailer with a court 
hold.



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 1089 10 
Date: 10/28/2019 17:09:00


Assist other Agency
2257 Goshen Rd


Officers were asked to attempt to make contact with a resident in the 2200 block of Goshen 
Rd. in order for them to claim lost property. Officers located the residence but had negative 
contact with the homeowner. 

Officers returned later in the evening and did make contact with the homeowner. The 
homeowner was given a number of agency requesting them to make contact and officers 
cleared the scene.



Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1095 10 
Date: 10/29/2019 19:32:00


Crash Report/ Injury - Citation Issued
SR 344 @ Cunningham Rd


Officer responded to a reported two vehicle accident with injuries on SR 344 at 
Cunningham Rd. 

Officer found that Unit #1 a Black 2012 Ford F-250 driven by Paul Geiger of Lisbon failed to 
yield the intersection of Cunningham Rd and SR 344 traveling southbound. Unit #2 a Red 
2015 Toyota Camry driven/owned by Tracey Spooner of Columbiana was traveling 
eastbound on SR 344. Unit #2 struck Unit #1 within the intersection. 

Unit #1 sustained minor damage to the vehicle's front driver wheel. Unit #2 sustained 
disabling damage and was towed from the scene by Sinsley Towing. 

Unit # 1 was cited for Failure to Yield Intersection and given a court date of 11-12-19 at 
0830 hrs in Columbiana County Municipal Court.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922


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 1094 10 
Date: 10/29/2019 16:40:00


Disabled vehicle

Caller/Complainant: PTL J. Smith


While on patrol police came upon a disabled vehicle on US62 near N. Lincoln Ave. Police 
contacted Sinsley's Towing for assistance.


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 1090 10 
Date: 10/29/2019 09:03:00


Suspicious vehicle
Saxon Club


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Police advised of a suspicious vehicle sitting the front entrance to the Saxon Club. 

Upon police arrival the vehicle in question was leaving and officer recognized the person as 
a board member of the club.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1088 10 
Date: 10/27/2019 23:16:00


Felony warrant - Arrest Made
1356 W. State St.

Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Police responded to 1356 W. State St. regarding a domestic dispute. 

On arrival, Officer made contact with all parties involved . During that time, the male subject 
was found to have an active felony warrant out of Columbiana County and Police 
subsequently arrested Lee Knight (23) of Salem, OH, 44460. 

Knight was transferred in to the custody of the Columbiana County Sheriff's Dept. where he 
was transported to the Columbiana County jail.



Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927


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 1087 10 
Date: 10/27/2019 23:13:00


Domestic complaint
1356 W. State St


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Police responded to 1356 W. State St. regarding a domestic dispute. 

On arrival, Officer made contact with all parties involved . Dispute was verbal only 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 1086 10 
Date: 10/27/2019 21:23:00


Suspicious vehicle
Circle K 1827 S. Lincoln Ave


Caller/Complainant: Clerk


Police responded to the 1800 blk of S. Lincoln Ave for a report of a suspicious vehicle. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the complainant who advised that the vehicle had left prior to 
police arrival.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1082 10 
Date: 10/27/2019 00:04:00


Medical
1916 S. Lincoln Ave


Caller/Complainant: Brookdale Staff



Police were dispatch to Brookdale senior living for a 93 yo combative male subject. 

On arrival officer made contact with the staff as well as Paul Smith. Staff stated that Smith 
is unaware of what he does or says do to his current medical condition. Officer spoke with 
Smith who was extremely corporative at which time Smith left with KLG on his own. Officer 
cleared nothing further.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927 
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 1085 10 
Date: 10/27/2019 17:21:00


Traffic offense - Citation Issued
E Pidgeon Road at S. Lincoln Ave


Caller/Complainant: PTL J. Smith


Police stopped a 1997 Buick Century (tan) on E. Pidgeon Road at S. Lincoln Ave. The 
owner/operator Richard Morgan (55) of Salem, Ohio was found to be operating the vehicle 
while under multiple open suspensions. 

Mr. Morgan was issued a citation for OVI suspension and given a mandatory court date of 
10/29/2019 in the Columbiana County Court, Municipal Court. 

Sinsley's towing responded to the scene and removed the vehicle with a court hold.


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 1080 10 
Date: 10/26/2019 18:43:00


OH-1 Crash Report/ Injury - Citation Issued
62 at N. Ellsworth


Police responded to a two vehicle accident on US62 at N. Ellsworth Ave. 

Upon arrival police found a 2011 Chevy Malibu (tan) driven by Shannon J. Wiant (21) of 
Warren, Ohio 44483 Shannon was southbound on N. Ellsworth Ave crossing over US62 
and was struck by a 2006 International Eagle, Tractor Trailer (gold), driven by Robert D. 
Cross of Sharon, PA 16146, who failed to yield on US62 westbound. 

Miss. Wiant and her passenger Justin R. Kenney (20) of Warren, Ohio 44483 were 
transported to St Elizabeth's Main in Youngstown, Ohio 44501 for possible minor injuries. 

Mr. Cross was issued a citation for fail to yield at intersection with a court date of 11/8/2019 
at 8:30 AM in the Columbiana County Municipal Court. 

Miss. Wiant's vehicle sustained disabling damage and was removed from the scene by 
Davidson's towing.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928 
Christopher Helsel 929


External Agency(s)
Post#15 - OSP
Salem City - Salem Police Department
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1088 10 
Date: 10/27/2019 23:16:00


Felony warrant - Arrest Made
1356 W. State St.


Caller/Complainant: Salem Pd


Police responded to 1356 W. State St. regarding a domestic dispute. 

On arrival, Officer made contact with all parties involved .  During that time, the male 
subject was found to have an active felony warrant out of Columbiana County and Police 
subsequently arrested, Lee Knight (23) of Salem, OH, 44460. 

Knight was transferred in to the custody of the Columbiana County Sheriff's Dept. where he 
was transported to the Columbiana County jail.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927


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 1078 10 
Date: 10/26/2019 09:40:00


Threats or harassment
771 W. Pidgeon Rd.


Caller/Complainant: Megan McHugh


Police responded to the 700 blk of W. Pidgeon Rd. for a report of harassment. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the complainant who advised that they believed their soon to 
be ex-husband violated his protection order and threw plants and vases into their driveway 
and yard. 

Police checked the security footage available but were unable to identify anyone.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1087 10 
Date: 10/27/2019 23:13:00


Domestic complaint
1356 W. State St


Caller/Complainant: Salem Pd


Police responded to 1356 W. State St. regarding a domestic dispute. 

On arrival, Officer made contact with all parties involved . Dispute was verbal only 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 1084 10 
Date: 10/27/2019 13:34:00


Juvenile complaint - Under Investigation
410 Benton Road, #15


Caller/Complainant: Alliance ER


Police spoke with the complainant over the phone in reference to a juvenile complaint. 

Police advised the complainant that police would speak with the mother of the juvenile and 
have a report on file. 

Police forwarded all information to children services.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1083 10 
Date: 10/27/2019 00:23:00


Traffic offense - Arrest Made
S.R. 45 Bypass / Depot Road


Police discovered a Chevy Silverado south bound on the S.R. 45 Bypass that failed to dim 
his High beam headlights when passing another vehicle. 

Police conducted a traffic stop on Depot Road near the S.R. 45 with a 2005 Chevy 
Silverado. Police spoke with the driver of the vehicle, Donald C. Shogren. Donald stated he 
was coming back from a concert in Akron. Donald stated he was drinking alcohol at the 
concert. 

Police conducted field sobriety checks on Donald. Donald was arrested for driving under the 
influence.


Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929 
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1081 10 
Date: 10/26/2019 22:34:00


Suspicious person
36022 Shining Tree Ln


Police were dispatched to 36022 Shining Tree Lane for an unknown male sleeping on the 
porch. 

Police arrived on scene and spoke with Paul Perkins. Paul stated he was walking from 
Pittsburgh to Cincinnati and needed to get some sleep. Paul stated he was on a mission to 
find his family.

Paul was transported to the other end of the jurisdiction to continue his trip. 

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 1079 10 
Date: 10/26/2019 16:46:00


Vehicle fire
Alchemy Acres 1859 Depot Road


Caller/Complainant: CCSO


Police responded to Alchemy Acres for a vehicle fire. 

Police arrived on scene along with Perry Township Fire Department, to find the vehicle fire 
to be out. Police cleared, Perry Township Fire Department remained on scene for further 
investigation.


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 1077 10 
Date: 10/25/2019 09:56:00


OH-1/Non Injury - Citation Issued
1400 Block of W. State


Police called to a 2 vehicle accident in the 1400 blk of W. State. Unit # 1 operated by Tina 
Dias age 51 of Leetonia was backing out of a private drive when she failed to see Unit # 2 
operated by Daniel Manning age 60 of Beloit who was traveling east on W. State. 

Unit # 1 struck Unit # 2 causing damage 2 both vehicles. Police issued a citation to Tina 
Dias for failure to yield from private drive. No injuries reported and both vehicles driven from 
the scene.


Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1073 10 
Date: 10/23/2019 02:17:00


Assist other unit
236 Stewart Rd


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Perry Twp. Police along with Salem PD responded to the above address in an attempt to 
make contact with an individual believed to be involved in a hit-skip accident with in city 
limits. Police attempted to make contact but no one came to the door .

The vehicle used in the hit skip accident was on the property hidden behind the garage. 
Police took pictures and 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 1072 10 
Date: 10/23/2019 00:18:00


Alarm drop
Plibrico  1729 S Lincoln Ave.


Police responded to the above address for an alarm drop. It was advised it came from a 
south bay motion alarm, Police checked the exterior of the business and all doors were 
secure.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1070 10 
Date: 10/22/2019 15:36:00


Identity Theft /Fraud
1859 Depot Road


Caller/Complainant: Emily Sacco


Police responded to Alchemy Acres Animal Sancturay for a report of Theft. Police arrived 
on scene and spoke with the complainant, the complainant stated someone opened an 
amazon credit card under Alchemy Acres Animal Sancturay's business with a $3,500.00 
credit limit. 

The complainant called Amazon and put a hold on the account. Police have a report on file.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1074 10 
Date: 10/23/2019 10:00:00


DOA
1851 S. Lincoln Ave, #3


Police called to a report of a male subject that was found deceased after the building 
manager entered into his apartment after not hearing from him since Sunday. 

Police contacted the county coroners who responded and took charge of the body. 

Family was notified and took possession of the apartment. The matter is under 
investigation.


Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921 
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 1075 10 
Date: 10/23/2019 11:09:00


Recovered property
Quaker Manufacturing 187 Georgetown RD.


Police contacted reference a weapon that was left in a rental vehicle by the previous renter 
who had called to report that the weapon was accidently left in the vehicle to the dealership. 

Police responded and took control of the weapon until the gun owner could response to the 
Police Department.


Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1071 10 
Date: 10/22/2019 19:36:00


Assist other Agency
Hartley Rd @ Georgetown Rd.


Caller/Complainant: Alliance PD


Officer responded to a report of a two vehicle accident on Hartley Rd at Georgetown Rd. 
The complainant stated that one driver was possibly intoxicated and attempting to leave the 
scene. 

Officer arrived with both vehicles at the scene. Officer made contact with Christine Costa 
until Post 15 arrived on the scene. Officer cleared without incident once both Post 15 units 
arrived.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922


External Agency(s)
Post#15 - OSP




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1063 10 
Date: 10/20/2019 00:33:00


Investigate complaint
1008 Stewart Rd.


Caller/Complainant: Kim Blazer


Police responded to the above address to investigate a loud bang in the house. The 
complainant believed there to be someone down in her basement. 

Upon arrival police checked the basement showing no one to be inside of it. Police also 
checked the out buildings showing no one there as well. Upon making negative contact with 
anyone other than the complainant police cleared without incident. 

Police got called to the same address an additional time for the same reason again locating 
no one in the residence. The complainant did request an ambulance respond to the scene 
to take her to the hospital to get checked out for kidney and stomach pain. KLG responded 
and transported her. 

Police cleared the scene without incident.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924 
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1059 10 
Date: 10/19/2019 19:55:00


Property damage accident - Citation Issued
US62SR45 at dead-end


Police responded to US62 SR45 at the dead-end for a vehicle that drop off the 
embankment. The operator of the vehicle Harry Gless (88) of Silver Lake, Ohio 44224 failed 
to see the roadway had ended. 

No damage to the vehicle and was removed from the embankment by Kaiser Towing. 

Gless was issued a citation for reasonable control with a court date of 11/1/2019 in the 
Columbiana County Municipal Court.


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 1057 10 
Date: 10/19/2019 00:03:00


Drunk
Speedway 157 W State Street


Officers discovered a drunk male inside of Speedway trying to buy Alcohol. The clerk 
refused to sell the male alcohol. The male left the building and began to walk through the 
parking lot. 

Officers stopped the male and identified him to be Rodney Grace Jr . Officers requested 
Salem City Police Department to handle the incident because the incident occurred in the 
city of Salem .

Salem arrived on scene Salem Police department called Rodney's brother to come pick him 
up. Rodney was taken to 1143 West Perry Street. 

Officer's cleared without further 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 1066 10 
Date: 10/20/2019 22:02:00


Neighbor complaint
1203 Depot Rd


Police responded to a report of an ongoing neighbor dispute between Ryan Armstrong and 
the neighbors Rick Hickman and his girlfriend Jan Menough. 

On arrival, officer made contact with Rick where he stated that his neighbor Ryan was 
listening to his conversation with Jan and was on their yard. Ryan stated that he was not on 
there yard but on his own property. 

Officer was unable to determine if any laws were broken. All parties were counseled due to 
the tight quarters of living space 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 1060 10 
Date: 10/19/2019 20:55:00


Crash Report/ Injury - Citation Issued
SR45/Depot Road


Police responded to a major accident at the intersection of SR 45 at Depot Road. 

Unit # 1 operated by Karie Koenitzer (20) of Carrollton, Ohio 44615 was traveling West on 
SR45 when she failed to stop at the red light for Unit # 2 operated by Denver N. Stonestreet 
II (30) of Salem, Ohio 44460 who was traveling North on Depot Road when he was struck 
by unit #1 going through the intersection. 

Both vehicles had disabling damage and were towed from the scene by Sinsley's Towing. 

Koenitzer was transported to Salem Community Hospital with unknown injury's. Koenitzer 
was issued a citation for disobeying traffic control device with a court date of 11/1/2019 at 
830 AM in the Columbiana County Municipal Court.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928 
Ryan Connolly 930


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 1058 10 
Date: 10/19/2019 00:39:00


Unwanted Subject / One to be Removed - Arrest Made
1143 W. Perry St., #104


Police responded to the above address for one to be removed. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the complainant /victim Alisa Groff, who advised that her 
fiancé and her fiancés brother, Mr. Rodney Grace Jr. (22) East Liverpool, Ohio had gotten 
into an altercation and when she tried to break them up was struck in the face by Rodney 
with a closed fist. 

Rodney's brother did not wish to pursue any domestic violence charges however Alisa Groff 
did wish to pursue Assault chargers from being struck by Rodney. 

Police gave the victim and the witness statement forms to fill out and while doing so police 
observed in plain view a small baggie containing a green leafy substance, when asked 
about it it was advised that it too was Rodney's with him admitting to it being his. Mr. 
Rodney Grace Jr. was subsequently placed into custody and transported to the Perry Twp 
PD for further processing on charges of Assault and Possession of Marijuana. 

Mr. Graces’s court date at the Columbiana County Municipal Court will be on Monday. 
October 21, 2019 at 8:30am. Once all paperwork was done at the PD Mr. Grace was 
transported to the Columbiana County Jail where he was released into their custody.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924 
Christopher Helsel 929




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1065 10 
Date: 10/20/2019 21:35:00


Suspicious person
Goshen rd @ Bypass


Police responded to a report of a suspicious female later identified as Bobbi Crookston 
walking in the roadway. 

Officer arrived on scene and made contact with Crookston, who was highly intoxicated. 
KLG arrived on scene and Crookston voluntarily left with them to be evaluated, and officer 
cleared with 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 1064 10 
Date: 10/20/2019 06:52:00


Medical
1393 SouthRidge


Caller/Complainant: EMT


Officers responded to 1393 Southridge Drive for a male that was unresponsive and not 
breathing. 

Police arrive on scene and discovered a elderly male with no sign of life. Arthur was 
transported by EMT. 

Police cleared without incident.


Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929


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 1062 10 
Date: 10/19/2019 23:36:00


Animal complaint
837 Cunningham Rd


Officers responded to the 800 block of Cunningham Rd. for cows in the roadway. 

Officers located the cows in the 1000 block off of the roadway. Officers were able to make 
contact with the owner who stated that he would get them back into their pen .

Officers cleared without incident.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1061 10 
Date: 10/19/2019 22:39:00


Noise Complaint
1223 Prospect St. Ext


Officers responded to the 1200 block of Prospect St. Ext. for a noise complaint. Officers 
spoke to the homeowner who advised that they were having a Halloween party and were in 
the process of shutting it down for the night. 

Officers cleared the scene without incident.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1053 10 
Date: 10/16/2019 21:32:00


Juvenile complaint
1213 Andrew Ave.


Police spoke with the complainant over the phone in reference to a juvenile complaint. The 
caller was advised to contact the case worker that is involved with this matter.


Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1051 10 
Date: 10/16/2019 16:41:00


Medical
2234 N. Lincoln Ave


Caller/Complainant: 911


Officer responded to a medical call at 2234 N. Lincoln Ave. Officer arrived and was advised 
by the FD that nothing was needed .

Officer cleared without incident.


Officer(s)
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 1050 10 
Date: 10/16/2019 14:17:00


Alarm drop
1327 Highland West


Caller/Complainant: 21st Century Alarm


Officer responded to a reported residential alarm at 1327 Highland West Officer found the 
front door ajar from apparently the wind. 

Officer made contact with the homeowner whom secured the door and advised that 
everything was fine. 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 1049 10 
Date: 10/16/2019 10:56:26


Identity Theft /Fraud
1709 Hearthside Drive


Caller/Complainant:  Mike Sinkovich


Police spoke with complainant reference unknown person opening a pay pal account using 
his Social Security Number. The complainant states that he has not lost any money and has 
contacted the credit bureau to monitor for any unusual activity.


Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1048 10 
Date: 10/15/2019 19:52:00


Suspicious vehicle
1937 Cider Mill Rd


Officer responded to the area of 1937 Cider Mill Rd for a report of a suspicious vehicle. 

Officer arrived and found no vehicle around the stated address. The complainant stated that 
the vehicle left prior to my arrival. 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 1047 10 
Date: 10/15/2019 17:26:00

Dispatch Date: 10/15/2019 17:26:00 / Arrival Date: 10/15/2019 17:26:00 /  Clearance Date: 
10/15/2019 17:47:00

Reckless Operator - Arrest Made
14F at the Interchange


Caller/Complainant: PTL J. Smith


While on patrol police observed a white Subaru WRX STI approaching at a higher rate of 
speed than the posted speed limit . Police activated the radar and locked the vehicle at 
100MPH in a 60MPH zone. Police activated the overhead lights and siren, The Subaru 
operated the motor vehicle so as willfully to elude or flee police. 

Upon further investigation the owner /driver of the White Subaru was identified as Jacob 
Furry of Alliance. Mr. Furry was located at his place of business Mac Trailer. Mr. Furry 
admitted to have been driving the White Subaru that had fled. Mr. Furry was given a 
summons for Failure to Comply along with citations for speed, reckless operation, and 
drag/street racing. 

Mr. Furry was given a court date of 10/29/19 at 0830 hrs. in Columbiana County Municipal 
Court.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1052 10 
Date: 10/16/2019 20:30:00


Investigate complaint
1185 Georgetown Rd.

Dispatch Date: 10/16/2019 20:30:00 / Arrival Date: 10/16/2019 20:39:00 /  Clearance Date: 
10/16/2019 20:42:00


Police responded to the 1100 block of Georgetown Rd. for a report of a suspicious garbage 
bag along the roadway. Police checked the bag and found it to be full of saw dust. 

Police cleared.


Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1046 10 
Date: 10/15/2019 08:00:00


OH-1/Non Injury - Citation Issued
Depot @ Bypass, #C


Police called to a 2 vehicle accident at the intersection of Depot Road @ 45 Bypass. 

Unit # 1 operated Richard Geul age 23 of Salem was traveling north on Depot attempting to 
turn west onto the bypass when he failed to see Unit # 2 operated by Allison Heverly age 19 
of Salem who was traveling south on Depot. Unit # 1 struck Unit # 2 causing disabling 
damage to both vehicles.

KLG along with Perry Township FD responded with Sinsley's towing removing both 
vehicles. 

Police issued a citation to Richard Geul for failure to yield from a left turn. No injuries 
reported at time of crash.



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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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1045 10 
Date: 10/15/2019 03:12:00


Medical
466 Stewart Rd


Police responded to the above address for a medical report. It was advised a male subject 
suffered a cut to his head from falling through a cabinet. 

Upon arrival KLG ambulance services was cleaning the cut up along with the Perry Twp FD. 
Due to the male individual possibly needing stitched he was transported the the Salem 
Regional Medical Center for treatment.


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 1044 10 
Date: 10/14/2019 22:21:04


Juvenile complaint
1133 Prospect St., #23A


Officers responded to the 1100 block of Prospect St. for a juvenile welfare check. Officers 
made contact with the parent of the juveniles who stated that they were with their father and 
not at home. 

After further investigation officers discovered that the original complaint was over an 
incident that happened on 10/11/19, which was a civil matter involving custody. Officers 
then cleared the scene.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1043 10 
Date: 10/14/2019 12:42:00


Property damage accident
Circle K South, 1827 S. Lincoln Ave


Officer responded to a private property accident in the Circle K South parking lot. 

Officer found that a Unit # 1 Maroon 2008 Chevy Impala driven by Patricia Brown of Lisbon 
was backing out of a parking space on the south side of the building. Unit # 2 a White 2012 
Honda Civic driven/owned by Heather Ogden of Hanoverton was driving through the 
parking lot on the south side of the building. Unit #3 a Silver 2008 GMC Savana owned by 
Adam Greene of Columbiana was parked in the parking space next to Unit #2. 

Unit #1 backed into Unit #2. Unit #1 then pulled back into the parking space that it backed 
out from and struck the passenger side of Unit #3.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1042 10 
Date: 10/14/2019 08:49:00


Animal complaint
SR 14 F


Caller/Complainant:  Salem, PD


Police advised of cows loose on the road somewhere on the 4 lane before the Goshen road 
overpass Police located the cows in Mahoning county and requested Goshen PD to 
respond do to the cows being in there jurisdiction. 

While waiting the cows owner responded and attempted to get the cows back into the field. 
The owner was able to get the cows back in the field while police stood bye due to Goshen 
PD failing to respond.


Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1030 10 
Date: 10/10/2019 20:17:00


Juvenile complaint
1360 W. State St., #23


Caller/Complainant: Jennifer Fridley


Officers responded to the 1300 block of W. Sate St. for a juvenile complaint. Officers spoke 
to the complaint who stated her daughter tried to sneak out with other juveniles. She also 
advised that she was able to get her daughter to come back into the house but the other 
juveniles stayed in the area. She stated that she did not know who the other juveniles were 
and that they left prior to officers arrival. 

Officers explained that she could file unruly charges through the courts if she wished to do 
so.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1032 10 
Date: 10/10/2019 21:06:00


Suspicious vehicle
Circle K 1827 S. Linclon Ave


Officers responded to the 1800 block of S. Lincoln Ave. for a suspicious vehicle. While 
enroute officers were advised that the vehicle had been in the parking lot for over 30 
minutes. 

Officers spoke to the driver of the vehicle who explained that his van had broken down and 
he was waiting on a family member to arrive and provide him with a jump.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1028 10 
Date: 10/10/2019 01:30:00


Assist other unit
S. Lincoln @ Eculid St


While on patrol Officer approached a vehicle that had lost control and struck a pole and 
knocked down a wire. The driver of the vehicle had fled the scene of an accident and was 
no where to be found. 

Officer advised the Salem Police dept. of the accident and secured the scene until relieved. 
Officer was relieved and cleared nothing further.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927


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



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1031 10 
Date: 10/10/2019 20:50:00


Suspicious person
S. Cunningham Rd. @ SR-344


Officers were requested to check the area near the railroad tracks on S. Cunningham Rd. 
for a suspicious person walking in the area. 

Officers searched the area and had negative with anyone in the area.



Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1029 10 
Date: 10/10/2019 19:51:00


Assist other Agency
Salem Commons 2551 Lexington Ave., #35


Officers were requested to respond to the 2500 block of Lexington Ave. to assist Salem 
Police Department with a possible B&E in progress. 

Officers conducted a search of the apartment that was supposed to be vacant and had 
negative contact with anyone inside. Once officers were no longer needed they cleared the 
scene.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930


External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1025 10 
Date: 10/09/2019 06:01:00


Disabled vehicle
N Lincoln Ave @ 4-Lane


Police responded to the above area for a DAV. Upon arrival police spoke with the driver who 
advised he ran out of gas. Police were able to push the vehicle off 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 1023 10 
Date: 10/08/2019 06:49:00


911 hang-up
645 E Pidgeon Rd


Police responded to the above address for an open 911 phone line. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the residence owner who advised she didn't call 911 and that 
she was ok.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1026 10 
Date: 10/09/2019 10:15:00


Assist other Agency
1167 W. Perry


Caller/Complainant: Jackson, PD


Police requested by Jackson Township PD to check for a vehicle that had been involved in 
a hit skip in Jackson Twp. 

Police located the vehicle at the residence but was unable to make contact with the owner.


Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1028 10 
Date: 10/10/2019 01:30:00


Assist other unit
S. Lincoln @ Eculid St


While on patrol Officer approached a vehicle that had lost control and struck a pole and 
nocked down a wire. The driver of the vehicle had fled the scene of an accident and was no 
where to be found. 

Officer advised the Salem Police dept. of the accident and secured the scene until relieved. 
Officer was relieved and cleared nothing further.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927


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




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1027 10 
Date: 10/09/2019 21:32:38


Neighbor complaint
1203 Depot Rd.


Caller/Complainant: Jan Menough


Officers spoke to a complainant over the phone regarding possible harassment. The 
complainant stated that while inside the city of Salem her neighbor was in the same area as 
she was and made a derogatory comment to her. 

Officers advised that because the incident happened inside the limits of the city, the Salem 
Police Department would be who she need to contact .

The complainant also advised of ongoing issues with the neighbor at her residence in the 
1200 block of Depot Rd. The complainant also stated that her landlord is aware of the 
ongoing issues and are working on a solution.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1024 10 
Date: 10/09/2019 01:35:00


Medical
1257 W. State St., #2


Police responded to the 1200 Blk of W. State St. for a reported overdose. 

Upon arrival police had found that a male had overdosed and was laying on the living room 
floor. KLG ambulance services arrived on scene and transported the male to the Salem 
Regional Medical Center for treatment. 

While on scene the complainant gave police a container with a clear plastic bag in it with 
and unknown powder substance inside of it and that what ever was inside the baggie may 
have been what caused the overdose. While on scene it was also advised that there was a 
5 month old baby there in the same room with the male who overdosed. 

Police contacted the on call children services worker and spoke with her about the incident. 
It was advised from children services that as long as the mother of the child was not on any 
type of drugs that the baby would be fine in her care .

Upon clearing the residence police responded to the hospital and due to the subjects 
condition gave the hospital staff a copy of the Overdose Immunity form to give to the 
subject or to his family member when they got to the hospital. Police then cleared without 
incident. 

A copy of this incident will be forwarded to the Columbiana County Children Services.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924


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
Call Number: 19 1009 10 
Date: 10/04/2019 20:10:00


Domestic complaint
1133 Prospect St., #23A


Caller/Complainant: Ashley Mackey


Officers responded to the 1100 block of Prospect St. for a possible domestic dispute. 
Officers spoke to the complainant who stated that they had gotten into an argument with 
their Ex boyfriend and that nothing physical had taken place. 

Officers spoke to the ex boyfriend who stated the same thing and that he was leaving for 
the night.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930
Richard Kimble 922



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1016 10 
Date: 10/06/2019 17:00:00


Juvenile complaint
1584 N. Lincoln Ave.

Caller/Complainant: Charles Corbett


Officers responded to the 1500 block of N. Lincoln Ave. for a runaway juvenile report. 
Officers spoke to the complainant who stated that his daughter had been missing since the 
early hours of 10/05/2019 and had not returned home. 

The complainant gave officers multiple locations the the juvenile could possibly be at and a 
description of what she was last wearing. Officers had the complainant fill out a missing 
persons form and advised that she would be entered as missing in LEADS.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1018 10 
Date: 10/06/2019 21:28:00


Traffic offense
SR 62


Officers responded to US 62 just east of Goshen Twp for a traffic complaint. 

Officers were advised that a vehicle was drive east bound toward Salem and shining a 
green laser at other drivers. 

Officers searched the area and had negative contact with that vehicle.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1017 10 
Date: 10/06/2019 21:06:00


OH-1/Non Injury
1760 Depot Rd.


Officers responded to the 1700 block of Depot Rd. for a tree in the road way. 

Once officers arrived on scene they found that a vehicle had struck the tree that had fallen 
into the south bound lane. The drive of the Unit # 1 stated that they were traveling south 
bound on Depot Rd. when they saw the tree in the roadway, they stated that they attempted 
to stop but due to the rain and wet surface they were unable to. 

Unit #1 sustained front end damage as well as damage to the undercarriage to the vehicle .

The driver of Unit #1 requested Sinsley's towing to tow their vehicle.


Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1015 10 
Date: 10/06/2019 14:46:00


Investigate complaint
Circle K, 1827 S. Lincoln Ave


Police responded to the 1800 blk of S. Lincoln Ave for a reported irate customer at a local 
convenient store. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the manager and customer who advised that they had 
already worked everything out prior to police arrival.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923 
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1014 10 
Date: 10/06/2019 08:36:51


Sex offense


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Police were contacted by the Salem Police Department in reference to an alleged Sex 
Offense that took place in the township. 

This incident is under investigation.




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1013 10 
Date: 10/05/2019 23:41:37


Disabled vehicle
SR45 @ 4-lane


Police noticed a vehicle in the above area with its four ways on. 

It was advised that the vehicle had broken down. Police were able to get the vehicle off the 
roadway to await a tow truck.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1012 10 
Date: 10/05/2019 14:00:00


Burglary
Salem Acres


Police responded to the 1100 blk of Prospect St. for a reported burglary to a residence. 

This incident is under investigation.




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1011 10 
Date: 10/04/2019 23:21:00


Suspicious person
Depot near Blosson Nursing Home


Police were dispatched to the above area for a male walking in the roadway. 

Police checked the area from the SR 45 bypass to the Twp limits finding no one in the area 
matching the description that was given. Upon negative contact 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 1010 10 
Date: 10/04/2019 20:27:00


Traffic jam/road blocked
US-62 Four Lane


Officers responded to the area of and SR-45 for a road obstruction. Officers located the 
obstruction and removed it from the roadway. Officers then cleared the scene.



Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1008 10 
Date: 10/04/2019 15:11:00


Alarm drop
1392 Highland Ave East

Caller/Complainant: 21st Century


Police responded to the 1300 blk of Highland Ave East for a reported residential alarm drop. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the home owner who advised that they alarm was set off 
accidentally.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1007 10 
Date: 10/04/2019 14:23:08


Assist other Agency
E.State west of Cunningham


Police assisted with traffic control for Salem PD who was investigating a 2 vehicle accident 
on E. State Street. Police cleared after vehicles had been 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 0999 10 
Date: 10/02/2019 22:04:00


Welfare Check
Grandview Cemetery


Caller/Complainant: Lake County SO



Officer was requested to check the Grandview Cemetery for a female that was making 
suicidal threats. The female, Karen Nihart of Concord OH, was supposedly driving a Black 
2106 Kia and heading to where family members were buried. 

Officer checked the cemetery but could not locate the stated female or vehicle.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1001 10 
Date: 10/03/2019 03:53:00


Investigate complaint
1133 Prospect St., #5B



Police were advised to contact Akron Children Main and speak with Social Worker Shannon 
Smith regarding 7yo juvenile female who was transferred and admitted to the burn unit. 

Officer contacted Smith VIA phone where she stated that said juvenile was transferred with 
significant burns to ankles and other parts of the body. Officer forward to Detectives for 
follow up.



Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 1000 10 
Date: 10/03/2019 00:34:00


Juvenile complaint
1584 N Lincoln Ave


Caller/Complainant: Charles Corbett


Police were advised to call Charles Corbett regarding his daughter whereabouts. Officer 
made contact, and Charles wanted to have a location checked to see if his daughter was 
there with Trevor Lodge in the city of Salem. 

Officer was advised by Salem Police that Lodge's no longer resides in Salem but provided 
an address in the TWP off E. Pine Lake. Officer went to said address and was told by the 
home owner that Lodges does not reside there. 

Officer contacted Charles and advised him that (JUVENILE) was not with Lodges. Charles 
stated that he would contact the diversion program and update them. 

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 0994 10 
Date: 10/02/2019 07:59:00


Welfare Check
1111 N. Union Ave



Police requested to check the well being of an elderly female after the mail carrier noticed 
that the mail had not been picked up for several days. 

Police spoke with the neighbor who advised the location of the female and confirmed the 
location and advised everything was alright.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0998 10 
Date: 10/02/2019 14:00:00


Theft report
1866 Cliff Drive


Caller/Complainant: Kim Raymond


Police spoke with complainant reference her neighbors selling peperoni rolls for a school 
fund raiser and never receiving the rolls after paying for them. 

Police advised that the complaints would be forwarded to the prosecutors office for review 
of possible charges since the mother failed to pay back the money as she had advised the 
police she would do.


Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0997 10 
Date: 10/02/2019 13:41:49


Traffic offense
1500 Blk of Depot Road.


Caller/Complainant: Emigh, Chief



Police advised of a roll off truck that was loosing its load while traveling down Depot Road. 

Police made contact with the operator of the truck who had pulled into the south station 
parking lot on Depot. Officer advised the driver that he had lost several mattresses along 
with other items and that he needed to pick them up. The operator picked up the items and 
then placed the tarp on the roll off. 

The operator Michael Freeland of Youngstown was given a waring for unsecured load.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0995 10 
Date: 10/02/2019 08:55:00


Recovered property
SR 45 bypass 500 blk


A resident of Perry Twp. turned in a women's hand purse which contained credit cards and 
other items that was found in her yard. Police did leave a message for the owner to contact 
the police and pick up her items.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0993 10 
Date: 10/01/2019 06:04:00


Property damage accident
SR45 @ Depot



Polcie responded to the area of SR45 and Depot Rd or an accident without injuries. 

Upon arrival police spoke with both parties involved and it was determined that Unit #1 a 
2003 Chevy Trail blazer owned/operated by Amber Riesen (19) Homeworth Ohio 44632 
was going eastabout on the SR45 bypass and failed to maintain a safe stopping distance 
and struck the rear of Unit # 2 a 2006 Suzuki Boulevard owned/operated by Robert Albright 
who was stopped at the light at SR45 and Depot and who was also going eastbound. 

Unit # 1 suffered no damage and Unit #2 suffered minor damage. Miss. Riesen was cited 
for assured clear distance ahead. 

Both parties advised no injuries at the scene. Police documented damages with photos and 
issued a report number for the insurance company's.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0991 09 
Date: 09/30/2019 20:47:00


Assist other unit
1389 N. Ellsworth Ave


Police initially responded to a report of a domestic in the 3100 block of N. Ellsworth Ave. It 
was later discovered that the domestic was actually occurring at 1389 N. Ellsworth Ave, in 
the City of Salem. 

Officer responded to that location to assist Salem. 

Upon arrival, the suspect was identified as Misty Waddell who had fled the scene. Officer 
checked a possible location in the TWP for Waddell with negative contact. Officer 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 0989 09 
Date: 09/30/2019 16:24:00


Theft
1733 Allen Rd


Caller/Complainant: Terry Riley



Officers spoke to a complainant over the phone regarding a theft report. The complainant 
advised that they had ordered pepperoni rolls from a local school function and never 
received them. 

Officers did make contact with the subjects on an earlier date who stated that they were 
going to pay the money back. As of 9/30/2019 the subjects still had not payed the money 
back and the complainant wished to file a report with the police. Officers asked the 
complainant if the wished to file any charges to which the complainant stated they were 
unsure at this time.



Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0990 09 
Date: 09/30/2019 18:48:59


Neighbor complaint
1141 Prospect St.


Caller/Complainant: Nicole Klemman



Officers responded to to the 1100 block of Prospect St. for a Neighbor Dispute. 

Officers spoke to the complainant who stated that while over at a neighbors house her 
daughter had gotten into an alcoholic beverage, and had gotten into an argument with the 
mother of the other daughter over the incident. 

Officers were able to make contact with the neighbor who stated that the kids were playing 
and had gotten into the garage when they found an old beer can. Officers advised both 
parties involved that they should stay away from each other for the time being.



Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0992 10 
Date: 10/01/2019 03:03:00


Investigate complaint
1360 W. State St, #27


Officer on patrol noticed the rear hatch open on a vehicle parked at the residence. 

Police attempted to make contact with the owner of the vehicle but no one came to the 
door. Police re secured the hatch 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 0987 09 
Date: 09/29/2019 10:12:00


Medical
1827 South Lincoln Ave


Caller/Complainant: Rebecca Myers


Police responded to the 1800BLK of South Lincoln Ave for a report of a medical emergency. 

Police arrived on scene and spoke with the complainant. Police advised dispatch of the 
situation until EMT ambulance service and Perry Township Fire Department arrive.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928


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 0988 09 
Date: 09/30/2019 14:14:00


Property Damage
531 W. Pidgeon Rd


Officers responded to the 500 block of W. Pidgeon Rd. for a property damage report. 

Officers spoke to the driver of Unit # 1 who stated they were dropping off a dumpster and 
stuck utility wires that were connected to the house hold. Officers gathered the vehicle and 
driver information. Ohio Edison was notified and officers cleared the scene.



Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0985 09 
Date: 09/28/2019 22:04:00


Private Property Accident
1735 S Lincoln Ave


Police responded to the 1700BLK of S. Lincoln Ave for a private property accident. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the complainant, Jessica Hubbs, of Alliance, Ohio who state 
her vehicle was a hit skip in the Fresh Mark parking lot. 

Police took photos and have a report on file.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0984 09 
Date: 09/28/2019 17:51:00


Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
State Route 14 South of Garfield


Caller/Complainant: Goshen Police Department


Police responded to State Route 14 South of Garfield for debris on the roadway. Police 
checked the area nothing found.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0986 09 
Date: 09/28/2019 23:52:00


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



Police responded to the above address for one to be removed. 

Upon arrival police ran the individual through dispatch showing the male involved, Mitchell 
Thomas (34) Alliance Ohio, 44601 to have an active warrant out of the CCSO for violation 
of a court order. Police took the male individual into custody on the warrant and transported 
him to the county jail. Salem PD also assisted on the call.



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 0983 09 
Date: 09/28/2019 15:36:00


Parking Complaint
999 Prospect Street



Police responded to 900 BLK of Prospect Street for a parking complaint. Police arrived on 
scene and found all vehicle to be off the roadway.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0977 09 
Date: 09/25/2019 23:28:00


Assist other unit
W. State @ 45/62 Bypass


Caller/Complainant: POST #15



Police responded to W. State and SR62 to assist POST #15 with a male subject in his 
underwear, later identified as James Farkas. 

Farkas was disorientated and unable to stand on his own. Farkas was transported by KLG 
to be evaluated. 

Officers cleared nothing further.



Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927


External Agency(s)
Post#15 - OSP
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 0972 09 
Date: 09/25/2019 10:35:00


Juvenile complaint
664 W. Pidgeon Rd


Caller/Complainant: Terri McFarland



Officer spoke with the complainant, Terri McFarland, by phone in reference to a juvenile 
complainant. The complainant stated that she has not had any contact with her 14 year old 
daughter since yesterday and today she found that she never showed up for school. The 
complainant stated that she looked for her last night but was unable to locate her. 

The complainant stated that she would respond to the office after she finished work to file a 
missing person report.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0974 09 
Date: 09/25/2019 14:41:00


OH-1/Non Injury - Citation Issued
1735 S. Lincoln Ave


Caller/Complainant: 911


Officer responded to a report two vehicle accident with no injuries in the 1700 block of S. 
Lincoln Ave. 

Officer arrived and found that Unit #1 a Black 2012 Jeep Liberty driven/owned by Rose 
Taylor of Canfield was making a left turn out of Fresh Mark north bound onto S. Lincoln Ave. 
Unit #2 a White 2013 GMC K2500 driven/owned by David Lautzenheiser of Salem was 
traveling south bound on S. Lincoln Ave. Unit #2 struck Unit #1 in the drivers side front of 
the vehicle. 

Both vehicles sustained disabling damage and were both towed by Sinsley's Towing per 
owners request. 

Unit #1, Rose Taylor,  was cited for failure to yield left turn and given a court date of 10-8-19 
at 0830 hrs in Columbiana County Municipal Court.



Officer(s)
Kimble Richard Kimble 922
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0976 09 
Date: 09/25/2019 19:28:00


Civil Complaint
1360 W. State St


Caller/Complainant: Clifford Mullin



Officer responded to a civil issue at 1360 W. State St. Officer spoke with the complainant 
Clifford Mullin. Clifford stated that the trailer park manager Michael Chriss is refusing him to 
take a 1990 camper trailer belonging to his Uncle John Merino. Clifford stated that his Uncle 
asked him to go and remove the camper from the trailer park which officer to confirm this 
with John Merino. 

Mr. Chriss stated that money for lot rent was owed and he had put locks on the trailer. Mr. 
Chriss further stated that Clifford or his Uncle did not own the camper. Mr. Chriss stated that 
Tim Trott owned the trailer. 

Officer confirmed through looking at the title and speaking with John Merino that it was 
owned by him. 

Officer advised Mr. Chriss that he could not deprive an owner of his property and any 
money owed would have to be settled through the civil process. 

The camper was removed from the property by the complainant.



Officer(s)
Kimble Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0975 09 
Date: 09/25/2019 16:58:00


Missing person
SR 45 bypass @ SR 9


Caller/Complainant: Samatha Bell



Officer responded to the area of SR 45 bypass and SR 9 for a report of a missing person. 
The complainant stated that Dave Bell was dropped off at the intersection of SR 45 and SR 
9 after he got mad while in the vehicle. The complainant stated that Mr. Bell has dementia. 

Officer was advised that the complainant called back into dispatch advising that Mr. Bell 
was located and back home at this time. Officer cleared without incident.




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0973 09 
Date: 09/25/2019 12:06:00


Property Damage
1098 Andrew Ave


Caller/Complainant: Patricia Gower



Officer responded to a report of property damage at 1098 Andrew Ave. Officer arrived and 
found downed wires from the pole to the house. The complainant stated that a Waste 
Management garbage truck went down the street and knocked the wires down. 

Ohio Edison responded to the scene and officer cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Kimble Richard Kimble 922
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0971 09 
Date: 09/24/2019 20:27:00


Juvenile complaint
2198 N. Ellsworth Ave.


Caller/Complainant: Jessica Carson


Police spoke with the complainant on station in reference to a runaway juvenile. The parent 
of the juvenile advised they were last seen on their way to school this morning and has 
been missing since then. 

Police took the information and entered the juvenile as a runaway. Salem PD later found the 
missing juvenile and the parents came and took them home.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0965 09 
Date: 09/23/2019 10:03:00


Animal complaint
1400 Blk of E. 11th


Caller/Complainant: Chief Emigh


Police were flagged down in the 1400 blk of E.11th by employees of Miller pipe line 
reference a husky attacking a small dog and that the employees had pulled the husky off 
and that it went east on 11th. 

Officer located the dog at 1583 E. 11th along with its owner Greggory Shadle of Painter RD 
who was trying to secure the dog. Officer obtained information on the dog and explained to 
Mr. Shadle of what had taken place and that the police were going to make contact with the 
other dogs owner and check on its wellbeing. 

Police responded to 1400 blk of E. 11th and spoke with the owner of the dog that was 
attacked Mrs.Hamilton and her husband. Mrs Hamilton advised police that the dog was not 
injured but was shaken up from the attack .

Police advised that a report would be on file in case the dog needed medical treatment.




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0964 09 
Date: 09/22/2019 22:41:00


Property Damage
1184 W. Perry St


Police were dispatched to a report of a vehicle striking a residence at 1184 W. Perry St. 

Officer arrived and spoke with all parties involve. It was determined that said vehicle came 
out of gear and backed into said residence causing minor damage .

Photos were taken and later attached to the case report and Officer cleared with nothing 
further.



Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0969 09 
Date: 09/23/2019 20:45:00


Suspicious person
1392 Highland East Ave



Police responded to a report of a unknown subject walking on the complainants property. 
Complainant stated that he opened his garage and observed a male subject walk by his 
garage. 

Officer checked the area around the house and area with negative contact. said residence 
was placed on close patrol 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 0968 09 
Date: 09/23/2019 20:15:00


Motorcycle/ATV complaint
Circle K, 1827 S. Lincoln Ave


Police responded to Circle K for a subject riding a moped on the curb with no light. 
Complainant stated that said subject was almost struck several times. 

Officer arrived and was unable to locate the moped. The area was checked 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 0970 09 
Date: 09/24/2019 01:16:00


Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
Egypt Rd


Caller/Complainant: Goshen PD



Police dispatched to the above area for a large tree in the roadway. 

Perry Twp. street Dept. came out and removed the tree opening 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 0967 09 
Date: 09/23/2019 18:51:00


Suspicious person
CAMPFS, 1859 Depot Rd.


Police responded to a report of a suspicious person rummaging through a vehicle that was 
dropped of for maintenance. 

Officer made contact with Brandon Zepernick as well as the RO of said vehicle. Officer was 
advised by the RO Melissa Zepernick. She stated that he was permitted to be in said 
vehicle. 

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 0966 09 
Date: 09/23/2019 11:01:00


Threats or harassment
11825 S. Lincoln Ave


Caller/Complainant: Jill Abdoo



Police spoke with the board president of Pawsitive Hope animal shelter reference a ex 
board member who has been causing problems at the shelter. 

Police advised the complainant of having a trespass notice filed against the subject and he 
could be served if her returns.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0961 09 
Date: 09/21/2019 21:45:00


Neighbor complaint
410 Benton Road


Caller/Complainant: 911 hang up



Police responded to 410 Benton Road for a neighbor complaint. 

Police spoke with both parties and advised them to keep to themselves. 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 0959 09 
Date: 09/21/2019 09:46:00


Alarm drop
1080 Beechwood Rd


Caller/Complainant: Simply Safe



Police were dispatched to 1080 Beechwood Rd for an alarm drop. 

Police checked the residence and found it and the other building on the property to be 
secure.



Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0960 09 
Date: 09/21/2019 16:26:00


Investigate complaint
1084 W. Perry Street


Police spoke with a resident VIA phone for a report of SCAM. 

Police advised the resident of the steps to take to secure her information that was provided 
to the scammer. Police have a report on file.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0958 09 
Date: 09/21/2019 01:03:00


Suspicious person
U.S. 62 Toward Salem



Police were dispatched to U.S. 62 for a male walking in the roadway with no shirt. 

Police made contact with the Nicholas Hoskins on U.S. 62 at the intersection of Slater 
Road. Hoskins stated he was mentally Challenged. I advised Hoskins he could not be 
walking in the middle of the road. 

Damascus EMT'S arrived on scene to check Hoskins. Hoskins was transported to his 
friends house for the night. 

Police cleared without incident.



External Agency(s)
EMS - Damacus




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0963 09 
Date: 09/23/2019 20:15:00


Assist other unit
Centennial park


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Police responded to a call to assist Salem PD with a fight in Centennial park with multiple 
subjects. 

Salem Pd requested that Officer stage near the park. Moments later Salem advised Officer 
that he could clear. 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 0962 09 
Date: 09/22/2019 01:01:00



Suspicious person
ohio edison


Caller/Complainant: Salem pd



Police was dispatched to the above area for a suspicious person who was laying there. 

Police made contact with the individual who advised he was just resting from walking. The 
individual left upon police request. 

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 0964 09 
Date: 09/23/2019 22:41:00


Property Damage
1184 W. Perry St


Police were dispatched to a report of a vehicle striking a residence at 1184 W. Perry St. 

Officer arrived and spoke with all parties involved. It was determined that said vehicle came 
out of gear and backed into said residence causing minor damage. 

Photos were taken and later attached to the case report and Officer cleared with nothing 
further.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0953 09 
Date: 09/19/2019 09:55:00


Identity Theft /Fraud
1848 Allen Road


Caller/Complainant: Arthur Bowker



Police spoke with complainant reference his elderly father may have given his wife's Social 
Security number out to person who called and claimed to be from Social Security. 

The complainant has contacted the banks to place a hold on the account for any fraudulent 
activity.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0956 09 
Date: 09/20/2019 02:46:00


Welfare Check
Area of Benton Rd


Caller/Complainant: Canton PD



Police responded to a welfare check in the Benton Rd area in an attempt to locate a 
Micheal Allen. The call came from Canton PD advising that Allen stated comments about 
suicide. 

Officer checked the Benton Rd area in efforts to locate Allen but yield negative results. 
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 0957 09 
Date: 09/20/2019 09:21:32


Investigate complaint
1143 W. Perry


Caller/Complainant: Officer Miller



Police contacted by Salem School resource officer reference a student who came to school 
with a bloody lip claiming his stepfather had punched him. 

Police made contact with the stepfather and the students mother. All information will be sent 
to juvenile prosecutor for review.



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0955 09 
Date: 09/19/2019 21:57:00


Investigate complaint


Caller/Complainant: Zachary May



Police spoke with the caller over the phone in reference to a juvenile calling his phone 
numerous times. 

Police contacted Salem PD to do a welfare check on the juvenile.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0952 09 
Date: 09/19/2019 06:19:00


Property damage accident
1151 Georgetown Rd.


Police responded to a property accident car vs deer. 

Officer made contact with the driver Eric Crawford, who stated that a deer struck his vehicle 
while driving. Photos of his vehicle were taken and later attached to the report. 

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 0954 09 
Date: 09/19/2019 14:46:57


Civil Complaint
611 Main St.


Caller/Complainant: James Marshall



Police spoke with complainant reference a civil case that was issued out of Stark County 
that required a skid loader be turned over to the complainant. 

The complainant was advised that the police could not stand bye due to the order being out 
of Stark county.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0953 09 
Date: 09/19/2019 09:55:00


Identity Theft /Fraud
1848 Allen Road


Caller/Complainant: Arthur Bowker



Police spoke with complainant reference his elderly father may have given his wife's Social 
Security number out to person who called and claimed to be from Social Security. 

The complainant has contacted the banks to place a hold on the account for any fraudulent 
activity.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0956 09 
Date: 09/20/2019 02:46:00


Welfare Check
Area of Benton Rd


Caller/Complainant: Canton PD



Police responded to a welfare check in the Benton Rd area in an attempt to locate a 
Micheal Allen. The call came from Canton PD advising that Allen stated comments about 
suicide. 

Officer checked the Benton Rd area in efforts to locate Allen but yield negative results. 
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 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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2019
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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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PUBLISHED 9:36AM July 10, 2019
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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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PUBLISHED 10:23AM JULY 4, 2019
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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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PUBLISHED 10:41AM July 1, 2019
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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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PUBLISHED 8:31AM JUNE 28, 2019
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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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PUBLISHED 9:52AM JUNE 27, 2019
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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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PUBLISHED 9:11AM JUNE 25, 2019
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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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PUBLISHED 11:19AM JUNE 24, 2019
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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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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.