Drug issues: A woman found unconscious by the basement steps to a residence in the 1200 block of Ridge Avenue was revived by Narcan, Friday. Police said there was a hypodermic next to her arm and she also had a crack pipe.
Pinocchio: A man having a medical emergency at the Steubenville Marina denied using drugs and told police he was having a seizure, Friday. He eventually admitted taking percocets and vicodin and was taken to Trinity West for treatment.
Cold shoulder: A man said his girl friend had locked him out of their house and asked police to convince her to let him in, Friday. Police said the woman still refused to open the door so they took the man to a friend’s house for the night.
Drinking: A man in the 400 block of Dresden Avenue told officers responding to a domestic disturbance call his girlfriend had been drinking and things got out of hand, Saturday. The man, who had scratch marks on his face, told police his girlfriend had been yelling and screaming. They found a loaded magazine on the floor, though the boyfriend insisted there were no guns in the house. Police said food was strewn throughout the space and doors were damaged.
Friendly type: A man tried to kick in the front door of a home on Linduff Avenue, Saturday. The homeowner said he wanted to fight the occupant, a female. A friend pulled him into a vehicle and drove him away before police arrived, she said.
Arrested: Ernest J. Johnson, 64, 1233 ¢ Arlington Ave., Steubenville, bench warrant, Friday.
Arrested: Christopher Gilmore, 20, 731 Oxford Blvd., Steubenville, domestic violence, Friday.
Arrested: Dana Marie Bauman, 33, 1241 Tweed Ave., Steubenville, petit theft, Friday.
Arrested: Shaylene Johnson, 32, 1062 Clifton St., Follansbee, possession of drugs, possession of drug paraphernalia and tampering with evidence, Friday.
Arrested: Vanessa D. Solisz, 36, 903 Sherman Ave., Steubenville, operating a vehicle under the influence, Friday.
Arrested: William Louis King Sr., 37, Winchester, Oh., disorderly conduct and obstruction, Saturday.
Arrested: Ernest Lacko, 43, and Jessica Sears, 31, both of 2215 Commercial Ave., Mingo Junction, petit theft, Monday. Police allege the couple was leaving the store without paying for $864 in food, clothing and electronics they had in their cart. Police said the male also admitted taking a belt he was wearing, and they found a watch and a Red Bull stuffed in the woman’s purse.
Cited: Robert Spera, 40, 490 Burgoyne Ave., Apt. 11, Follansbee, driving under suspension and loud exhaust.
Jefferson County sheriff
Peeper: A Richmond resident said someone was looking in her bathroom window while she showered, Sunday. The woman said she noticed a light, and when she looked out the window she saw a man wearing dark clothes and white sneakers running across the yard and jumping over a fence.
Yelling: A woman said her neighbor yelled obscenities at her daughter when she stepped into her backyard to retrieve a piece of trash that had blown into it, Sunday. The neighbor complained to deputies that they were always on her property and “they cut her grass.”
Argument: A mother claimed her 13-year-old daughter was being unruly, but deputies said the daughter was the one who had scratches and blood on her when they arrived on scene, Thursday. The girl said she’d turned to walk away to avoid an argument and her mom grabbed her, pushed her to the ground and pulled her hair. The mother claimed the girl had punched her in the face, pulled her hair and bit her hand, though she had no marks on her face nor could they find bite marks on her hand. The mother initially refused to allow the girl to go to her father’s house, claiming he wouldn’t take care of her and insisting the girl just needed “to stop disrespecting her and lying.” She eventually changed her mind after CPS got involved.
Finger pointing: A man told police he was fearful of his girlfriend’s erratic driving, and said when he got out of the car she put the vehicle in reverse and hit him, Saturday. The man said he was trying to get away when his girlfriend’s father got out of his car and punched him in the face, telling them he couldn’t give them a written statement because he had a head injury and needed treatment. His girlfriend told deputies he’d assaulted her and threatened to kill her and her unborn baby, and had put a cord around her neck. Her father stopped short of admitting he’d punched the younger man but said his daughter had been assaulted and he had defended her. Deputies said there were no visible markings on the woman, but her boyfriend did have superficial abrasions on his arm. All three were arrested.
Arrested: Daytin Fuller, 20, 211 Lovers Lane, Steubenville, failure to appear, Monday.
Arrested: Christopher Lollathin, 29, 63 Rize St., Dillonvale, breaking and entering and probation violation, Saturday.