ON THE RECORD

Warren

Harassment. City of Warren police report citing Stephanie Phanco, 26, and Kipp Spencer, 26, with harassment on July 29 after officers were dispatched to an report of a physical domestic dispute.

Disorderly conduct. City of Warren police report citing Chad Lang, 30, and Melissa Lang, 26, with disorderly conduct and harassment on July 29 after officers were dispatched to a domestic dispute.

Public drunkenness. City of Warren police report citing Benjamin Oneill, 53, with public drunkenness and disorderly conduct on Aug. 2, after officers were dispatched to a report of an unconscious male lying in a roadway.

Terroristic threats. City of Warren police report charging Mikael Wismar, 32, Columbus, with terroristic threats, harassment and disorderly conduct on Aug. 3 following an investigation. Wismar was arraigned before District Judge Glenn Carlson and placed in the Warren County Jail in lieu of $15,000 bail.

Aggravated assault. City of Warren police report charging Stephen Giunta, 56, with aggravated assault, terroristic threats, and harassment on Aug. 3 after officers responded to a report of a domestic dispute. Giunta was arraigned before District Judge Glenn Carlson and released on $50,000 unsecured bail.

Public drunkenness. City of Warren police report citing Ryan Markey, 30, for public drunkenness on Aug. 3 after officers were dispatched to a report of a man acting suspiciously.

Public drunkenness. City of Warren police report citing Karly Sorensen, 27, for public drunkenness and disorderly conduct on Aug. 4 after officers were dispatched to a report of a female rolling around in the caller’s yard.

Public drunkenness. City of Warren police report citing Robert Widrig, 53, for public drunkenness on Aug. 5 after officers were dispatched to a report that a man had fallen in a parking lot.

Harassment. City of Warren police report citing Tiffany Clayton, 24, for harassment on Aug. 5 after officers were dispatched to a report of a domestic dispute.

Escape. City of Warren police report charging a male juvenile with escape on Aug. 8 after officers were dispatched to the Warren County Courthouse in response to a report that the juvenile had fled from the custody of the Warren County Sheriff’s Office during a hearing.

Burglary. City of Warren police report charging Laura Tomasone, 50, with burglary and criminal trespass on Aug. 6 following an investigation by police.

Disorderly conduct. City of Warren police report charging Ryan Blankenship, 20, Ludlow, with disorderly conduct on Aug. 8 after officers responded to a report of a disruptive male.

Reckless endangerment. City of Warren police report charging Reina Champlain, 19, Spartansburg, with recklessly endangering another person, disorderly conduct and confinement and housing of dogs and transfer of dog license or tags and Richard Livingston, 22, Spartansburg, with recklessly endangering another person and disorderly conduct on Aug. 9 following an investigation by police. Champlain and Livingston were arraigned before District Judge Glenn Carlson and placed in the Warren County Jail in lieu of $2,500 bail.

Conewango Twp.

Hit and Run. Conewango Township Police report investigating a hit and run accident which occurred on August 6, at Aldi’s. According to police, the driver of a red Jeep struck the passenger side of a 2012 Hyundai sedan while it was legally parked. It is unclear if the Jeep was in motion or when the door was opened struck the sedan. Anyone with information is asked to call Township Police at 814-726-0725.

Phone Scam. Cconewango Township Police report receiving a complaint related to a phone scam at approximately 3 p.m. on Aug. 9. According to police, a North Warren resident contacted them claiming he had received a phone call from Jamaica with the caller stating that the resident ad won $1.5 million. The caller then stated that the resident had to pay $400, or one percent of the insurance for the prize, and that he had an individual in the area that could meet him at the CVS or Rite Aid drug stores. The caller stated that at that time, the resident would receive a green dot scratch card to claim his prize. Police caution residents not to give out any personal information or meet any unknown individuals.