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Brooke County sheriff

Arrested: Jeremy R. Degarmo, 35, 388 Rabbit Hill Road, Wellsburg, driving while license revoked for driving under the influence and no child restraint, May 18.

Arrested: Kyle T. Doyle, 43, Benwood, assault and reckless driving, Thursday.

Jefferson County sheriff

Confrontation: Dillonvale residents said a 48-year-old man became confrontational when he was asked to leave a residence because he wanted to do drugs, Sunday. They said two other adults that had brought the man to the residence left, but the man became jumped a 17-year-old and struck a 14-year-old. Both had visible injuries.

Broken: A Mount Pleasant township resident said she found a hole in her driver side window, May 22. She said there was an air soft pellet inside the vehicle.

Brilliant: A Mingo Junction resident told deputies her daughter’s boyfriend was trying to force his way into her house, May 22. Her daughter said the man is an alcoholic and gets physical when he’s drunk so she’d told him to leave. The man said he wanted to avoid an argument so he’d left when she’d asked him to but now, she wouldn’t let him back in the house. He eventually agreed to go to a hotel, but demanded she give him clothes and his dentures, but his girlfriend said he’d taken them with him the night before. The man insisted the dentures were in the home and if his girlfriend didn’t turn them over, he wanted her charged with theft.

Booked: Mitchell James Bramhall, 21, 813 High Ave., Canton, possession of drugs (marijuana) and trafficking marijuana, Saturday. Deputies said Bramhall’s vehicle was stopped after he allegedly passed two vehicles stopped at a stop sign on the right, then narrowly missed hitting a pedestrian when he swerved to pass another car. The deputy said he could smell raw marijuana, and when asked if he had marijuana in his car Bramhall allegedly handed the officer two marijuana nuggets. Bramhall’s license was suspended, so deputies searched the vehicle and found edible chips and gummies infused with THC. Deputies said they seized about 991 grams of THC products the man said he’d bought in Canton for a family member, but he didn’t identify that person. He said he’d planned to deliver them so he could get the $1,500 he’d spent back.

Booked: Laura Crothers, 43, 360 East St., Mt. Pleasant, petit theft, Sunday; Nicole L. Snyder, 38, 41 N. 8th St., Martins Ferry, failure to appear, Saturday; Mark Anthony McCourt, 35, 208 township Road 164, Amsterdam, failure to appear, probation violation and possession of drugs, Saturday; Michael Maher, 50, 3817 Grant St., Weirton, probation violation, Friday.

Fighting: A brawl erupted outside an Amsterdam property when three people went there looking for tools they’d left in a vehicle that turned out to have been stolen in Canton, Monday. The caller told deputies several people, including one person carrying a baseball bat, were involved in the melee, which took place in the middle of township Road 311. Ena Renee Miller, 24, 4044 county Road 75A, Bergholz, was charged with assault.

Argument: A Hopedale teen told deputies her father beat her and threw her out of the house because she hadn’t finished cleaning the living room before he returned from an outing with friends, Monday. She told deputies she’s afraid to be in the house with him and wants to press charges. The girl is staying with friends.

Booked: Two people were taken into custody Monday on warrants issued in connection with a May 12 incident involving a child, deputies said. Danielle Dawn Sheets, 47, 161 Parkview Dr., Wintersville, is facing two felony counts of permitting child abuse, two misdemeanor counts of domestic violence and two misdemeanor counts of child endangerment, deputies said. A companion, Jack Robert Lowther III, 28, 166 West McConnell Ave., Wintersville, is facing two counts of felonious assault and two misdemeanor counts of assault. The warrants were issued out of Wintersville County Court.

Theft: A Rayland woman who was booked on an outstanding warrant when she went to pick up her boyfriend at the Belmont County jail said that while she was in custody someone robbed their home, Monday. She said she’d left their door unlocked since she didn’t think she’d be gone long, but ended up spending several days in custody. The woman said her boyfriend noticed some things missing when he got home but didn’t think anything of it until she was released and took inventory of the missing items. She said a neighbor was at their home after she returned and was acting funny, and told deputies she suspects he and his live-in pilfered the items. They said a large quantity of clothing, jewelry, perfumes and electronics, including a flat screen TV, an Apple TV connector and phone chargers, were stolen.

Robbed: A Tweed Avenue resident said he discovered someone broke into his home while he was away, Monday. Missing were an Xbox XS, PlayStation 5, a laptop, an iPad, Xfinity cable boxes and modems, food items, 18-inch rims and a CPAP machine with accessories.

Booked: Mitchell Rayshawn, 29, 1336 Oregon Ave., Steubenville, gross sexual imposition and sexual imposition, Monday.

Steubenville police

Heating up: Shots were fired at Seventh Street and Franklin Avenue, Monday. Police located a parked vehicle that had been stuck by the gunfire and collected evidence. Shots also were fired on Market Street in the vicinity of Heritage Place Apartments. Police also located that incident scene and gathered evidence. Both incidents remain under investigation.

A bad sign: A Pennsylvania Avenue woman told police a neighbor had posted obscene signs in a window facing hers, Monday. The woman said she’d filed for a protection order against the other woman, but wasn’t sure if it had been served. Police said when they spoke with the other woman she said she had been served but didn’t know signs could be a violation of a protection order. The sign-poster told police she feels as if the neighbor is harassing her by calling police all the time and said she was actually out of town on occasions in the past when the woman claimed she’d harassed her. She also said the other woman and her male friend stare out their window at her and direct racial slurs at her.

Unexpected: A Ridge Avenue resident said a woman who asked her for a ride pulled a Glock out of a bag she was carrying after she called a cab for her, Monday. She said the woman didn’t threaten her verbally. Police were unable to find the gun in the woman’s bag or in the homeowner’s side or back yard, where she was pacing prior to their arrival.

Stolen: Employees at Walgreens said a man walked into the store with an Army-style backpack that he left in the restroom before leaving, then another man walked in and got the backpack and walked to Bob Evans, Monday. Employees at the restaurant said the man walked inside and used the restroom, then left. Police checked the restroom and found the backpack tucked under the sink, which contained 16 bags of Tide pods from Walgreens valued at $101.

Direct hit: A woman in the 600 block of Grandview Avenue said she was struck by rocks thrown at her by a juvenile, Monday.

Found: A bag with a white, powdery cocaine-like substance was found in the street near the VFW on South third Street, Monday.

Vandalized: An Alvaredo Boulevard resident found a hole in the sidewall of his tire, Monday.

Served: Royce P. Brown, 53, 1307 Jefferson St., Steubenville, failure to appear, Monday.

Booked: Jess L. Turner, 39, 1213 Claire Ave., Steubenville, possession of drugs, Monday.

Booked: Jason L. Jones, 36, 1306 Arlington Ave., Steubenville, criminal trespass, Monday. A Welday Avenue resident claimed Jones tried to remove a weed eater off his front porch but dropped it when he gave chase.

Code issues: Notices of violation were sent to owners of properties at 2515 Cleveland Ave., 2618 Cleveland Ave., 1321 Maryland Ave., 733 N. 5th, 710 N. 6th, 819 Buena Vista, high grass.

Booked: Bryan Colbert, 20, 1648 Ridge Ave., Steubenville, obstruction (pending), Monday; Daniel Tweedle, 18, New Brighton, Pa., obstruction (pending), Monday; Mandy M. Schiffman, 28, no fixed address, two counts of criminal trespass and failure to appear, Sunday; Jason Lee Jones, 36, no fixed address, criminal trespass, Monday.

Booked. William Earl Kindt, 26,736 S. 9th St., Cambridge, possession of a drug abuse instrument, Monday. Police initially were told a male was at residence on S. 3rd Street and refused to leave. Once there they spoke with Kindt, who they described as “highly impaired and unable to control his body movements as he was constantly twitching.” Fearing he was overdosing in front of him, Steubenville firefighters transported Kindt to Trinity West. The officer said he admitted ingesting Neurotin and said he had a hypodermic in his pocket.

Yorkville police

Booked: Donovan t. Brooks, 25, 320 Sinclair Ave., Yorkville, failure to appear, Saturday.

Ohio State

Highway patrol

Booked: Jeffrey M. Dotson, 42, 125 Ravine St., Mingo Junction, OVI and failure to appear, Sunday.

Toronto police

Booked: Jason Ely, 39, 906 Daniel St., Toronto, OVI, Sunday; David Scott Rawson, 51, 2705 county Road 47, Toronto, OVI, resisting arrest and operating a vehicle with wanton disregard for safety, Saturday; Charles Leon Ross, 24, 104 Pierce Ave., Toronto, OVI, leaving the scene and operating an unsafe vehicle, Saturday;

Mingo Junction

Booked: Candi Patton, 42, 117 Steuben St., Mingo Junction, failure to appear, Sunday.

Harrison County sheriff

Booked: Joseph Newett, 30, 501 Country Club, Cadiz, breaking and entering, Friday; Alexander Bacon, 31, 85801 Dawson Road, Cadiz, possession of drugs and obstructing official business, Saturday.

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