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Police reports

Toronto

Charged: Julia S. Scott, 20, Apartment 28, 901 Bank St., and Jamie E. Myers, 35, 561 N. Fifth St., both for failure to appear; Bradley J. Allison, 28, 312 Seventh St., driving under the influence; Michelle L. Fardis, 49, 2003 Fairmont Ave., Steubenville, red light violation; Justin J. Donahue, 33, Apartment 103, 425 N. Fifth St., criminal mischief; Dominic J. Irwin, 22, Toronto, expired registration; Gary P. Stock, 51, 611 Main St., public intoxication and possession of marijuana; Carissa D. Burchfield, 40, 713 W. Fernwood Drive, fictitious registration; Chantz Cassella, 24, 113 Woodcrest Mobile Manor, Follansbee, and Brandon Nichols, 27, 7744 state Route 213, both for disorderly conduct; Sarabeth A. Tucker, 34, 545 N. Fifth St., and John D. Woolmaker, 57, 713 N. Fifth St., both for driving under the influence; Adam S. Polk, 42, Hernanda, Miss., failure to control and leaving the scene of an accident; and Alicia L. Barnhart, 42, Littlestown, Pa., disorderly conduct and public intoxication.

Jefferson County Sheriff

Three’s a crowd: A Mingo Junction man brought two women with him to get his belongings from his ex’s house, sparking arguments Thursday. The ex’s mother called police because her daughter didn’t approve of the two women he brought with him and said they were “antagonizing a fight.” When she called authorities, she said the women got back in the car but didn’t leave. The man waited for deputies, but they told him to come back with friends that his ex would allow on her property.

Alarmed: A Rayland resident reported seeing a man walking allowing Narrows Road “close to cars,” Thursday. The man was dressed in dark clothing and carrying a backpack.

The homeowner believed the individual was acting in a suspicious manner, but deputies patrolled the area and said they didn’t find the man or see anything out of the ordinary.

Booked: Steven Williams, 33, 410 Lincoln Ave., Mingo Junction, probation violation, Thursday.

Steubenville Police

Tit for tat: A woman walking on Adams Street said she was harassed by a male who then went inside the bus terminal Thursday.

She told police the man had made several comments that were threatening in nature, so she yelled back at him.

The male said he was arguing with someone on his phone when the woman started cussing and yelling at him so he responded in kind and told her to mind her own business. Both were advised to stay away from each other.

Identified: A man wearing a tan jacket and red and blue toboggan walked out of Kroger’s with a bottle of Jack Daniels he didn’t pay for, Thursday. Police were able to identify him when they watched the store surveillance video and looked at screen shots.

Eyesore: A vehicle parked on a city-owned lot in the 200 block of South Fifth Street will be towed, Thursday.

The vehicle’s registration is expired and it is disabled, officers said, though he said it appears someone is storing junk in it or possibly living out of it. No one was there at the time. Litter and junk left on the property will also be removed when the ground dries out.

Cited: Maiya R. Rodriguez, 21, Edinburg, Pa., stop sign.

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