Daily Happenings 9-21-20
Becky Zatezalo, Reynoldsburg.
Andy Strohmeyer, Mingo Junction.
Tom Pritchett, Mingo Junction.
Forged: A woman in the 1100 block of Riverview Avenue told police a man who’d lived with her stole the title to her car and transferred it into his name, forging her signature on the documents, Thursday.
Haul away: A U-Haul was reported missing from a lot on North Seventh Street, Thursday. The truck had been checked in Aug. 31, and when the business owner went to check it out he realized it was gone.
Kids hit: A juvenile driving in the 400 block of North Fourth Street said she was traveling through the intersection of North Fourth Street and Logan when two kids ran into the street in front of the car, Thursday. Both juveniles and a witness corroborated the information, police said. One child was treated at the scene and the other was taken to Trinity West.
She said, he said: A woman said a man on Lawson Avenue grabbed her by the neck and threw her to the ground when she argued with him about leaving the residence, Thursday. The woman’s head was bloodied, and she said to defend herself she picked up a rock and conked her assailant with it. She also claimed a second man who lived in the residence threatened to harm her. The man, who also was bleeding, told police they’d had a disagreement and she hit him with a rock.
Arrested: Brian Digman, 34, 707 Market St., Apt. 207, Steubenville, failure to appear, Wednesday.
Arrested: Roscoe Wilson, 41, 699 Rolling Acres, New Cumberland, possession of drug instruments and possession of drug paraphernalia, Wednesday.
Arrested: Cora Crabtree, 36, 801 Township Road 204, Toronto, possession of drug abuse instruments and possession of drug paraphernalia, Wednesday.
Cited: Jeffrey W. Tharp, 27, 602 Township Road 621, Toronto, expired plates.
Cited: Andrew Hython, 57, 457 McLister Ave., Mingo Junction, driving under suspension and red light violation.
Jefferson County sheriff
Shrinking suspect pool: A Bloomingdale woman reported her .38 caliber Ruger had been stolen while she and her husband, had been away, Thursday. The woman said she discovered the theft when they returned home Sept. 6 but waited until they had the serial number for the handgun to report it. She said the individual who robbed them would have to know where to look for her spare key, so they think they know who did it. The thief also took seven pieces of jewelry valued at $4,000, including an $1,800 gold necklace, a $5,000 tennis bracelet and a $1,000 gold tennis bracelet, plus cash.