Brooke County Sheriff
Suspect: Joseph A. Pinacchio, 27, 3643 Morgan Drive, Weirton, driving under the influence and stopped – Administrative Thursday.
A recurring theme: A Maryland Avenue resident was charged Thursday with the fourth-degree offense of operating a vehicle under the influence, felony OVI, driving while stopped, and violating a stop sign. Police initially put Dahl Keith West (45, 1317 Maryland Ave. (rear)) in Jefferson County Jail where he spent eight hours intoxicated, but in district court during a ten-hour trial he was sentenced to three. After learning that he had been convicted of OVI twice, he was released without bail. – 2012, 2013, 2018 – He subsequently pleaded guilty to felony OVI in Jefferson County General Court.Police claimed to have seen West drive in and out of his lane past stop signs on Langley Avenue and Sunset Boulevard, and when West got out of his car, he smelled alcohol and told him he was driving. said he noticed his eyes were bloodshot and glass-like. “a glass of beer,” However, he reportedly struggled with the field sobriety test and refused to take the sobriety test.
QUESTION: A 400 block resident of Dresden Avenue told police that his 14-year-old son-in-law and his girlfriend, both minors, had broken into his residence. He said the two lived in his basement and after he and his own girlfriend left for Cleveland earlier in the day, “I broke into the second floor.” And he showed the police how he locked himself in the basement by putting a board in the bottom of the door and pushing it into the wall. When he admitted that the door was undamaged and that the basement had no kitchen or bathroom for the children to use, the police told him they couldn’t be locked up in the basement. son said he and his girlfriend went upstairs because they needed to use the restroom. I said I took it for overnight storage. Again, you can’t lock yourself in a basement without access to a bathroom or food and water.
Pedestrian Collision: A motorist searching for a parking space near a Walmart told police he collided with a pedestrian on Thursday. As he turned the aisle, his sister yelled at him to stop. He said he never saw anyone walking while he was turning. The pedestrian was loading his car and walking down the aisle when he was hit by a car and injured his left leg, he said. Steubenville firefighters/EMS took him to the hospital. Security camera footage showed the pedestrian was not crossing the pedestrian crossing at the time of the accident, police said.
TWO FAR: A woman who reported a disturbance at her Wellesley Avenue residence was taken into custody Thursday on an unpaid warrant, along with a man she said was causing trouble for his children. He said he hadn’t seen it, but when she asked him about it, he said “He started acting aggressive and crazy.” She said she allowed the man to stay with them the last few weeks, but he was causing too many problems. Devon Turner, 42, and Clifford D. Garrison, 38 , both at 1324 Wellesley Avenue, were incarcerated in the county jail on warrants for probation violations.
Street fight: A man who parked his car in front of his Wilkins Street apartment on Thursday said someone had left a note on his windshield threatening to have his car towed because he didn’t live there. Said. Police told him the vehicle would not be towed as long as it was legally parked on the street.
On foot: Officers heading to the call found the wrecked gold Chevrolet Impala on Thursday in Garrett and Railroad streets. He said there was extensive damage to the guardrail at the corner of Lincoln and Garrett, a utility pole had also been hit, and the car was sideways on the street with damage to the front driver’s side. and the windshield shattered. The driver fled the scene before police arrived, so he was towed and held until he or Shaw showed up.
Left: A red Volvo semi was abandoned in a marina on Thursday. There was no plate on the vehicle, but police said there was paperwork in some of the windows with his VIN number and other information.
It never ends: After a landlord finds a former tenant who walked out of a burnt-out dwelling on the 1400 block of Pennsylvania Avenue, the window is broken and a table with chairs pushed up against it. Said he found it. Makeshift ladder, Thursday. He told police he thought the former tenant had broken the window.
Freaky: A woman walking the 1000 blocks of North Sixth Street told a man she didn’t know “frustrating” For no reason, Thursday took off his clothes and started walking towards her, threatening to kill her.
Bad timing: A man was taken into custody Thursday after police responded to reports of a disturbance on the 1000 block of Wilson Avenue. The victim said she was fine and she didn’t need help, police said, and she refused to say what happened. The man, identified as Reginald Johnson, 21, 1019 Wilson Ave., was booked in the county jail anyway after police discovered he had an outstanding warrant for failing to appear. it was done.
Water Outage: On Thursday, a Commercial Avenue resident told police that a downstairs neighbor had turned off the water and refused to turn it back on. He said he has a baby and needs access to water. A downstairs neighbor said water was leaking into her residence. Police had the man turn off the water to the toilet and had the downstairs neighbor turn the water back on. They were told to contact their landlord to have the leaky circuit fixed.
Reserved: Walmart employees told police Thursday they caught a man trying to leave the store with more than $110 in unpaid meat. Sir Anthony Boston, 27, 525 Logan Avenue, Mingo Junction has been booked for petty theft.
Not how it works: Police suspect two individuals who borrowed items from a local business “Pawn, Sell, Unpaid” For goods, Thursday. Store employees are transferring rental agreements, receipts, and inventory of stolen goods.
RESERVED: Mark J. Brancato, 45, 28 Township Road 281, Steubenville, Felony Theft, Thursday. Police said they found Brancart entering his 400-block residence on South Sixth Street and served a warrant.
Unsightly: Policeman responding to trash complaints at 1517 Foster Place said he found “Junk and Garbage” The backyard was littered with sofas, recliners, TVs and other junk.
Code Issue: A violation notice was sent to the owner/occupant of a property with upholstered furniture on the sidewalk at 730 Kendall Ave.
Citation: William King, 39, 121 Grandview Ave., Mingo Junction, DUS and red light violations. Ethel Legrand, 23, Bieber, W.Va., DUS. Jeffery T. Robinson, 53, 306 Fairview St., Apt. 6, Weirton, DUS.
Jefferson County Sheriff
SOS: On Dec. 30, a man in eastern Palestine called 911 for help after getting lost at the Yellow Creek campground. He told the dispatcher he was coming from Saleenville when he got lost around 11pm. “And it was 5 a.m. now, so he was out of gas and frozen.” Authorities were able to locate him near an area known as the campground’s free zone. He said he found it stuck in a ditch a few yards up the hill behind the road. “I got lost and moved from the forbidden zone to the free zone.” But didn’t get stuck. Saline Township Fire and EMS responded to assist the man who was “undergoing some kind of medical emergency” at the time.
Theft: A woman in the process of moving said a car was stolen Thursday from her property in Springfield Township. She said she was at her new residence and found the car gone, along with her two tires and rims of a Ford F-150, her antique black pickup truck and her cab. The thief also unlocked her storage unit and stole random household items and her heater in her two spaces, she said.
Sorry Safety: A caller reported a man who appeared to be unresponsive at the Steubenville Park and Ride on Thursday. Deputies said the man appeared to be asleep and did not answer when asked about his identity or what he was doing there. He said they were worried they might hurt him, but they told me the person who called had said he was in medical pain. He told them his ex-girlfriend had kicked him out and he was now homeless. The family told Ohio Highway Patrol that they were worried he wasn’t taking prescribed medication for his mental health issues. “drug problem” She thought he overdosed. TEMS took him to the hospital for evaluation.
BEHAVIORAL ISSUES: A Richmond man told his agent Thursday he had not allowed him into the home so his family could get his belongings. he was gone but his family said he was gone “I’ve noticed items going missing around his house.” I suspected the young man, only to find him stealing that day. He said they had an argument, and the young man finally gave him $300 and left. “Today was good” And I don’t want anything to happen to him.
Think before you act: A man in Smithfield asked for help Wednesday when his wife was at work and he started feeling sick while watching his young son. He told paramedics that he felt sick after smoking marijuana. He was taken to the emergency room and taken into police custody. His wife quit her job to go home with her children.
Breakup troubles: An Amsterdam woman told a representative that she and her boyfriend were in the process of breaking up after 20 years together and he had returned home. “It was a famous drug house, and I was drunk… yelling at her.” Monday. She said she called her 911 first because he was verbally abusive to her, but she had no intention of calling back. She sat down and she said her phone had been redialed by mistake. She said her ex left home when she asked him out.
Cat fights: A Toronto woman suspects her longtime troubled neighbor entered her backyard without her permission to retrieve her dog, possibly throwing something at her house. She said a neighbor had previously come to her property and broken a trap he had set to catch the female cat to safety. Police found no damage to the house and that another neighbor had taken in the woman’s dog.