Police reports

Steubenville

Cited: Ryan T. Andresen, 35, 503 Union Ave., driving with suspended license and improper turn; Brandon J. Saunders, 25, 1527 Oregon Ave., driving with suspended license, stop sign and possession of marijuana; Donald W. Myler, 44, 2124 county Road 47, Toronto, failure to signal; Saber Higgs, 18, 401 Labelle St., Brilliant, no license; Isaac W. Bauman, 18, 1706 Oregon Ave., following too close; Michael Z. McCain, 18, 1014 Hukill St., Brilliant, following too close; and Matthew Dobbin, 24, 294 Sunshine Park Road, Wintersville, expired registration.

Arrested: Kristina Lucas, 31, Martins Ferry, possession of drug paraphernalia, Tuesday.

Arrested: Francis E. Shriver, 41, 508 N. Third St., Toronto, stop sign, possession of crack cocaine and possession of drug paraphernalia, Tuesday.

Theft: PlayStation, drone and cash taken from residence in the 1300 block of Oak Grove Avenue during the past several days.

Arrested: Linsey R. Sivdak, 24, 108 Dak Lane, Follansbee, petit theft warrant and contempt of court, Wednesday.

Arrested: Michael L. West, 41, 142 N. Sixth St., criminal trespass and littering, Wednesday.

Jefferson County

sheriff

Arrested: Jeffrey A. Caniff Sr., 49, 735 Della Drive, Bloomingdale, violation of protection order, Tuesday.

Arrested: Aaron Thompson, 24, 315 Spring St., Toronto, probation violation out of Jefferson County Common Pleas Court, Tuesday.

Ohio State Highway Patrol

Arrested: Alexander Cochrun, 19, 4504 Fairway Drive, Steubenville, operating vehicle under the influence and possession of drugs, Tuesday.

Brooke County sheriff

Arrested: Jeffrey R. Jordan, 40, 1109 Stipandic St., Windsor Heights, driving while suspended- administrative, leaving the scene of an accident with damage to a highway fixture, improper registration and no proof of insurance, Sunday.

Arrested: Robert J. Higgins, 42, 537 Rockdale Road, Follansbee, driving while suspended- administrative, Dec. 27.

Toronto

Arrested: Anthony J. Decesare, 59, 626 Henry St., Toronto, operating vehicle under the influence and weaving, Monday.

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