Crime

East Liverpool crime activity: Police say pregnant woman bit boyfriend's arm over Playstation

East Liverpool police investigated the following incidents from Nov. 26 - Dec. 1

Monday, Nov. 26

6:50 p.m. - 300 block of Haywood St., reported trespassing. A man reported to police that the same person keeps walking across his yard even though “no trespassing” signs are posted. According to a police report, when the man finally confronted the person, he was told to “go f*** himself.”

Thursday, Nov. 29

3:30 p.m. - 300 block of N. Shadylane Dr., Drew Eaton, 24, charged with violating a protection order. Police were called to Heights Manor on reports of a possible domestic violence situation. According to a police report, the two were heard arguing, but the woman said no violence occurred. Police found that Eaton was in violation of a protection order petitioned by the woman in 2017.

7:07 p.m. - 330 block of N. Shadylane Dr., Kala Buckel, 19, charged with domestic violence. According to a police report, Buckel's boyfriend said that as he was trying to gather his Playstation and other belongings and leave, Buckel jumped onto his back and bit his arm. Police said the bite mark was visible and that Buckel admitted to it. Buckel told police that the Playstation was hers so she tried to stop her boyfriend from taking it, causing him to push her and put her in a chokehold, the report states. Police said she had no visible injuries but because she is pregnant, she was taken to the hospital for evaluation.

7:58 p.m. - 600 block of Jefferson St., Brad Kaminski, 20, charged with three counts of menacing made toward officers. Police received reports of several people spray painting hate crime symbols and slogans onto buildings near the Dialysis Clinic. One suspect was caught on Jefferson Street. According to a police report, two juveniles and Kaminski were then seen running through yards with masks and spray paint cans to get away from police. The juveniles were eventually caught and Kaminski later turned himself in to police. The report states that the juveniles told police that Kaminski had stolen alcohol from Giant Eagle and shared it with them. While in custody, Kaminski made several threats toward police and tried to get out of his handcuffs, the report also says. Additional charges may be pending for Kaminski.

Friday, Nov. 30

4:54 p.m. - 400 block of Jackman St., reported juvenile assault. A mother reported to police that her daughter had been punched in the face by another kid while on the bus ride home. The incident was referred to a LaCroft Elementary School resource officer.

Saturday, Dec. 1

1:51 a.m. - 100 block of St. Clair Ave., Shaquana Moore, 25, of Youngstown, charged with possession of marijuana. Police said they pulled over the car Moore was driving for traveling left of center. According to a police report, they could smell marijuana coming from the car, and after searching it, they found a marijuana cigarette inside of a cup. She was given a verbal warning for her traffic violation.

Disclaimer: These reports do not represent all calls made to the East Liverpool Police Department. This public information was provided in reports from the East Liverpool Police Department. Items reflect charges filed, not convictions.


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