Take him away: Police were called to a home on South Sixth Street due to an unruly juvenile, Monday. The juvenile’s mother told police her son continues to “act out against her” and was screaming at a video game at approximately 3:45 a.m., the report said. Police said the woman asked the officers to “take her son” due to his repeated behavior. Police advised the woman that her son did not meet “the criminal threshold.” Police spoke with the juvenile and told him to mind their mother.
Not supposed to be there: A property manager on South Court Alley reported trespassers, Monday. According to a report, the manager said his company had recently taken over the property in question and discovered people had been living there. He told police he locked a security gate across the door, then discovered someone had broken the window. When the manager returned to board up the window, the report said he heard people on the porch and he observed them drinking beer. Police arrived and observed the individuals exiting the fence to the property. Dominic Meto, 59, no fixed address, and Theresa Elder, 47, 731 Brady Ave., were both cited for criminal trespassing.
Messed with: An Oregon Avenue resident reported her door knob had been damaged, presumably by someone trying to gain entry into her home while she was not there, Monday.
Taken in: James S. Blackwell, 42, 711 Oakmont Ave., turned himself in on a bench warrant, Monday; Millard Fordham, 46, no fixed address, was taken into custody on a warrant for felonious assault, Monday.
Cited: Jacob M. Brunoni, 29, 765 Kendall Ave., cited for an expired operator’s license; Ugurcan Dagill, 29, 2703 Cleveland Ave., cited for no operator’s license.
Jefferson County sheriff
Booked: Curtis Shriver, 40, 424 North Sixth St., Steubenville, charged with receiving stolen property, Monday; Richard Phillips, 33, 1916 Sixth St. Southwest, Canton, charged with assault and aggravated assault, Monday.