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Daily Happenings 5-12-20

Police reports Steubenville police Shots fired: Police responded to an individual being shot outside of a business on Mall Drive, Sunday. According to the report, the victim was removed from the scene by Ambulance Service Inc. The report said officers located a witness and gathered ...

Today’s birthdays

Alexis Bennington, Mingo Junction. Taylor Bennington, Mingo Junction. Paula Montgomery, Toronto

Police reports

Steubenville police Unhappy ex: A woman, who police said appeared to be intoxicated, said her ex-boyfriend struck her in the face after she refused advances, Friday. The woman said when she tried to leave, he hit her in the face with a broom. Her ex-boyfriend said after she refused his ...

Daily Happenings 5-10-20

Police reports Jefferson County sheriff Arrested: Nicholas Biondillo, 55, 3347 West St. (rear), Weirton, possession of drug paraphernalia, and Joseph Randy Madeira, 59, 200 Fourth St., Follansbee, possession of cocaine, Saturday. Ohio State Highway Patrol Arrested: Kenneth Dorsey Jr., ...

Daily Happenings 5-9-20

Today’s birthdays Michelle Filberto, of Wellsburg. Nathan Zanieski, of Weirton. Police reports Steubenville police Disturbance: Police said a man wearing a hospital gown jumped out of an ambulance transporting him to Trinity East, darting between houses in the 700 and 800 blocks of ...

Police reports

Weirton police Arrested: John D. Clark, 3059 Elm St., Weirton, fugitive from justice, April 21 Arrested: Taylor Williams, 507 Heathermore Drive, Weirton, domestic violence, battery, April 27 Twania Bennett, 642 South 6th St., Steubenville, domestic violence, battery, April 27 Arrested: ...

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Brooke County sheriff Arrested: Edwin T. Hilt, 48, 100 Windsor Ave., Wellsburg, delivering a controlled substance, April 27. Arrested: Bruce W. Yost Sr., 50, 4500 Bealls Ridge Road, Wellsburg, possession of a controlled substance, April 24. Arrested: John F. Miller, 20, 2092 Northview ...

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Jefferson County sheriff Not returned: A Salem Township man reported license plates stolen, Monday. According to the report, the man said he sold the vehicle through an online app and the purchaser refused to return the license plates. The man said he has received several tickets in the mail ...