City record


Police log


-8:12 p.m.: disorderly conduct. Police arrested Jason Dooley, 36, 729 Countryside Lane, at the Wilson Memorial Hospital emergency room on a charge of disorderly conduct.

-2:21 p.m.: warrant. Police arrested Steven Hunter, 40, 1208 Hazelnut Drive, on a warrant from the Coshocton County Sheriff’s Office.

-11:19 a.m.: breaking and entering. Edward Middlemiss, 426 S. Ohio Ave., reported someone broke into his garage and stole a generator, valued at $325.

-9:08 a.m.: abandoning animals. Police served a summons to Crystal Donnelly, 30, 504 N. Main Ave., on a charge of abandoning animals.

-8:49 a.m.: theft. Kathryn Gossard, 311 W. Parkwood St., reported the theft of gasoline.


-7:20 p.m.: burglary. Jasmine Shawler, 836 Park St., reported a cell phone and jewelry, valued at $55, were stolen from her residence.

-2:37 p.m.: theft. Police charged Elizabeth M. White, 43, 410 E. Poplar St., with theft. She was charged in connection with a Nov. 18 incident in which Sidney Daily News personnel reported a witness observed someone pay for one newspaper from a vending machine outside the Ollie’s store and then take multiple papers.


Ethan J. Neu, 17, 324 E. Robinwood St., was cited with failure to yield after an accident Tuesday at 7:37 a.m.

Neu was stopped eastbound on Queen Street at Main Avenue. He pulled out and the pickup truck he was driving was hit by an auto that was northbound on Main. The driver of the other auto was Kaitrin O’Leary, 16, 895 S. Main Ave. O’Leary had possible injuries.

• Sherry Tracy, 48, 17622 Sharp Road, was cited for a traffic light violation after investigation of an accident that occurred Nov. 5.

Through a subpoena, police obtained a video from a semi rig that was involved in the accident. Police said the video showed Tracy ran a red light on state Route 47 at Interstate 75 and her auto collided with a semi rig that was turning left onto the I-75 from state Route 47. The driver of the semi rig was Nicholas Woodas, 57, of Findlay.

• Ralph Richardson, 61, 13981 County Road 74, Quincy, was cited with a traffic light violation after an accident Monday at 1:43 p.m.

Richardson was westbound on state Route 47 and ran a red light at the Sixth Avenue intersection. His auto hit a car that was turning left from Sixth onto state Route 47. The driver of that car was Virginia Chambers, 43, 1146 Morris Ave.

Fire, rescue


-4:04 a.m,: alarm. Firefighters were called to 2000 Schlater Drive. It was a false alarm.

-3:31 a.m.: mutual aid. Firefighters provided mutual aid to Port Jefferson Fire in the 18000 block of state Route 47 East.

-12:42 to 2:26 a.m.: Medics responded to two calls.

-12:36 a.m.: fire investigation. Firefighters conducted a fire investigation at 1620 Ferguson Court.


-1:53 to 9:44 p.m.: Medics responded to four calls.

-8:58 p.m.: gas leak. Firefighters were called to 839 N. Main Ave. to investigate a possible gas leak.

-5:47 p.m.: illegal burn. Firefighters were called to 737 Crescent Drive for an illegal burn.

-2:24 p.m,: alarm. Firefighters were called to 2400 Industrial Drive. It was a false alarm.


-1:28 p.m.: carbon monoxide. Firefighters were called to 222 N. Pomeroy Ave. on a report of carbon monoxide. None was found.

-6:23 a.m.: gas odor. Firefighters were called to 807 Chestnut Ave. to check for a gas odor outside. Nothing was found.

-5:07 a.m.: alarm. Firefighters were called to 1910 Fair Road by a fire alarm. It was accidental.


-8:53 a.m. to 8:24 p.m.: Medics responded to two calls.

-6:16 p.m.: open burn. Firefighters were called to an open burn in the area of East Ridge Boulevard and Dingman-Slagle Road.


Compiled by Michael Seffrin.

Compiled by Michael Seffrin.