— On Nov. 1, officers had been dispatched to the Vista Motel for elimination of a feminine topic.
— On Nov. 1, officers responded to a Moore Avenue residence for a report of somebody kicking in a door on a vacant residence. Officers made entry into the residence and located two suspects, Jeffrey Powers and Lindsey Beebout, who had been taken into custody for felony trespass. Officers additionally discovered after looking Powers a number of baggies in his pocket that contained suspected meth, fentanyl and unknown tablets.
— On Nov. 2, officers performed visitors cease for loud automobile and issued the driving force a quotation for driving and not using a license and faulty exhaust. The passenger, Gage Gough, was taken into custody for an energetic warrant. Officers searched automobile and marijuana paraphernalia.
— On Nov. 2, after conducting a visitors cease on a automobile with darkish tinted home windows, officers gave the driving force a verbal warning.
— On Nov. 3, officers took a report of theft from a porch at a Morton Avenue residence. A resident mentioned she obtained discover from Fed Ex stating a bundle was delivered. A neighbor said he discovered bundle with the resident’s deal with on it beneath his automotive broken and positioned the bundle on her porch.
— On Nov. 3, a male got here into the station to request his daughter be retrieved from her grandmother’s home since custody was not established with the grandmother. The daughter was returned to father.
— On Nov. 6, a feminine reported suspects police arrested beforehand had been again at a Moore Avenue residence. Officers checked and made no contact.
— On Nov 6, police obtained a name that somebody had damaged right into a vacant rental property on Avondale Avenue and was stealing copper wire. Suspects fled the scene.
— On Nov. 6, police obtained a name of a cellphone being stolen out of a automobile parked on Jennings Avenue.
— On Nov. 7, a caller suggested of a horse trailer blocking view when pulling out of Charles Avenue onto Rubicon. Officer checked and suggested motorists had been capable of have a transparent view.
— On Nov. 7, officers responded to a disturbance criticism at a Wilbert Avenue residence, discovering a home dispute. A male was instructed to depart and left.
— On Nov. 7, officers responded to a name from a mom stating her son was depressed and eager to kill himself. Upon officers’ arrival, the son was being loaded into an ambulance.
— On Nov. 7, officers responded to home dispute at a Lincoln Avenue residence.
— On Nov. 7, officers responded to a name of a younger boy alone in a Maine Boulevard car parking zone. The juvenile was turned over to his aunt.
— On Nov. 7, officers responded to a name from the planning division with reference to a condemned home on Monroe Avenue with an individual presumably inside. The resident was suggested to have property cleaned up by Friday.
— On Nov. 8, officers had been dispatched to a School Avenue residence for a report from a feminine of somebody coming into her residence and taking her garments.
— On Nov. 8, officers dispatched to a Brightview Drive residence by a feminine who reported her cameras give up working to verify the residence.
— On Nov. 8, a male got here into police division to report being threatened over Fb. A male was suggested on find out how to file for a safety order.
— On Nov. 8, officers responded to a break in and theft report at a Brightview Drive residence. A resident reported somebody pushing up the safety digicam and taking an X-box, clothes and different gadgets.
— On Nov. 8, a college bus driver reported seeing a male handed out in truck close to the Erie and Maryland bus cease. Officers spoke with a male who determined to nap in his truck earlier than heading to work.
— On Nov, 9, officers had been dispatched to North Elementary for a juvenile caught smoking marijuana within the toilet. The kid admitted to taking marijuana from his mom’s drawer and studying find out how to roll a joint by watching his mom. The mom was known as to the varsity and suggested she may face attainable little one endangering costs.
— On Nov. 9, an officer responded to a home dispute at a West Eighth Avenue residence.
— On Nov. 9, a feminine got here to the station to report her automotive being keyed.
— On Nov. 9, officers had been dispatched to Michigan Avenue by mother and father for a son who was performing out. The son had marijuana on him and was issued quotation and court docket date.
— On Nov. 9, officers responded to a home incident at Shady Lane residence.
— On Nov. 10, officers had been dispatched to the realm of East Liverpool Metropolis Hospital for a suicidal male that ran away from the hospital.
— On Nov. 10, officers had been dispatched to a Hill Avenue residence for a welfare verify on a suicidal juvenile.
— On Nov. 10, officers had been dispatched to state Route 39 for a ladder within the roadway.
— On Nov. 10, officers had been dispatched to Pennsylvania Avenue for an alarm.
— On Nov. 13, officers obtained report of a reckless driver on Dresden Avenue.
— On Nov. 13, an officer obtained a report of a black Chevy Avalanche lacking from Bates Avenue.
— On Nov. 13, officers obtained a name from a feminine saying her ex-boyfriend wrecked her home and broke home windows.
— On Nov. 13, officers responded to Smith Oil for a request to take away a male from the car parking zone.
— On Nov. 17, police responded to an Eighth Avenue residence for a theft report. The resident reported his grandson’s canine as stolen.
— On Nov, 18, officers responded to an alarm at a Broadview Circle residence.
— On Nov. 19, officers obtained a name from New Day Restoration reporting a male who walked away from the remedy middle and workers had been involved for his welfare.
— On Nov. 19, whereas checking visitors speeds, an officer famous a automotive touring quicker than posted velocity restrict. The officer performed a visitors cease and wrote a quotation.
— On Nov. 19, whereas checking automobile speeds, an officer performed a visitors cease on a automobile going above the velocity restrict and found plates had been expired and license plate gentle wasn’t working. A quotation was issued and a court docket date given for the expired plates.
— On Nov. 20, police responded to a personal property crash on Pennsylvania Avenue.
— On Nov. 7, officers had been dispatched to a disturbance of a dispute between juveniles on Tenth Avenue.
— On Nov. 8, officers took a report for harassment by cellphone and social media.
— On Nov. 10, officers responded to a three-vehicle crash at McDonalds. No accidents had been reported.