Wednesday, April 17
5:04 p.m. – 100 block of E. Kline St., two residents reported an on-going menacing situation involving a neighbor. According to the report, one of the victims said she has been physically intimidated by the neighbor, stating that he will walk onto her property and look at her apartment. She told police that the man threatened a guest as they were leaving her complex.
7:30 p.m. – 300 block of S. State St., police were dispatched for suspected drugs found in the Sunoco Gas Station parking lot. According to the report, the caller found an envelope on the ground while pumping gas. Police said the envelope contained a bag with white powder and brown powder in a druggist fold.
Friday, April 19
1:29 a.m. – Liberty Street and Carlton Street, police pulled over a vehicle for not having headlights on. According to a police report, the driver, Max Eaton, told police that he was on his way home from Royal Gardens and had one drink. When Eaton and the passenger were asked to get out of the vehicle, a straw with white residue inside fell out of the passenger side door, the report stated. Police said they found 11 hypodermic needles, bags with suspected heroin, two spoons with residue and suboxone in passenger Danielle Maker’s purse during a search. According to police, Eaton said he did not know about the drug paraphernalia. Police say Eaton did not pass sobriety field tests. He was charged with operating a vehicle under the influence and Maker was charged with drug paraphernalia and drug abuse.
11:23 p.m. 1300 block of N. State Street, Manuel Alfredo Herrera Garcia, was charged with OVI, open container and criminal trespass. According to police, they were dispatched to a suspcious vehicle in the Bruster’s Ice Cream parking lot. During a search, police said they found five 12 oz. beer cans in the car. Garcia told police that he had one beer and he did not pass field sobriety tests, the report stated.
Disclaimer: These reports don’t represent all calls made to the Girard Police Department. This public information was provided in reports from the Girard Police Department. Items reflect charges filed, not convictions.