- Police officers broke up a fight at the location of the former Geneva Elementary School at Park and South Eagle streets on Saturday.
- A citizen reported a water main break on North Broadway on Saturday. The fire hydrants in the area were shut off for a short time while repairs were made to the system.
- Subway restaurant employees reported an abandoned Honda Accord in the parking lot on South Broadway on Saturday. The car had been left in the parking lot for several days.
- A man was lying in a Water Street driveway on Saturday.
- An Eastwood Street woman said she heard someone knocking on her back door early Sunday morning. Officers were unable to locate anyone in the area.
- An Eastwood Street man reported his American flag stolen on Sunday.
- A raccoon was “acting crazy” on South Ridge Road on Sunday.
- Two motorcycles struck a vehicle on Route 534 in front of the Medieval Faire entrance on Sunday. At least one person was transported for medical attention.
- Jonattan Bora of Cleveland was arrested on a warrant Sunday.
- Coins and paper money were stolen from a South Eagle Street home, the owner reported Sunday.
- Charles Lamb of Madison was arrested on a warrant Monday.
- A shoplifter was apprehended at the Giant Eagle store on South Broadway on Monday.
- Library employees have had problems at the Sherman Street library after hours, they reported Tuesday. A pot of dirt was upended at the back door, someone vomited on the porch, used condoms were left in the after-hours book drop and someone poured a bottle of soda into the book drop.
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- A Geneva Township man’s neighbor threatened him with a baseball bat after the man stopped to inquire how he was doing Tuesday evening. According to the report, the 43-year-old man was riding his bicycle through a trailer court when he saw the 54-year-old suspect talking with a neighbor. The cyclist stopped to talk to the two men, and the 54-year-old warned him that he was in a bad mood, approached the man and punched him in the face. The victim left for his trailer on foot. The 54-year-old visited the trailer and pulled out a short baseball bat from his pants. He took an unsuccessful swing at the neighbor, and the 43-year-old attempted to defend himself with a walking stick. The suspect staggered back after being struck by the stick and left the property. A witness in the mobile home stated that he heard the suspect threaten to shoot himself and the victim. The deputy could not make contact with the suspect, however, it was discovered that the 44-year-old neighbor to whom the suspect was originally talking when the incident began had an outstanding warrant. He was arrested. The suspect in the baseball bat incident faces charges of burglary and felonious assault in Western County Court.
- A 22-year-old male required medical treatment at the hospital after a deputy had to use his Taser weapon on him. Deputies were called to the Route 307 West, Harpersfield Township, residence early Wednesday morning when a home alarm system was tripped. The owner saw a male going toward the woods and followed him with a shotgun. Shots were fired, according to the report. A deputy found the suspect in a fetal position on the edge of the woods. After making several requests for the man to show his hands, the deputy fired the Taser at him. Two probes made contact, one in the right leg, one in the upper right chest. Emergency medical personnel who were called to the scene recommended that the man go to the hospital to have the probes removed. The suspect, believed to be the son of the property owners, had been removed from the property earlier in the morning and told not to return. He faces criminal trespassing and resisting arrest charges in Western County Court.
- A 20-foot black utility trailer valued at $1,000 was reported missing from RTS, Industrial Drive, in Austinburg Township. The trailer was last seen at the manufacturing plant on July 20.