On The Record

Warren

Intimidation of witnesses or victims. City of Warren police report charging David Oberg, 53, with intimidation of witnesses or victims on Nov. 13.

Open burning. City of Warren police report citing Michael Fredericks, 41, with open burning on Nov. 14. According to police, Fredericks was found burning refuse within the city limits.

Careless driving. City of Warren police report charging William Ward, 23, Pittsfield, with careless driving on Nov. 14 after an accident in which a parked vehicle was struck.

Retail theft. City of Warren police report charging a juvenile with retail theft on Nov. 7. According to police, the juvenile attempted to steal merchandise totaling $2.50 from a local retailer.

Fugitive from justice. City of Warren police report charging Charles King, 57, Thousand Oaks, Calif., with fugitive from justice on Nov. 17. According to police, King was found to have a warrant for his arrest from California. King was placed in the Warren County Jail on $50,000 bail.

Harassment. City of Warren police report charging Tommaso Clement, 33, and Desirae Merritt, 25, with harassment on Nov. 17 following a domestic dispute.

Aggravated assault. City of Warren police report charging Kristan Seyfang, 24, with aggravated assault, simple assault and recklessly endangering another person on Nov. 3 following a domestic dispute. Seyfang was arraigned before District Justice Laura Bauer and placed in the Warren County Jail on $500 bail.

Harassment. City of Warren police report charging Lucille Talentinow, 21, with harassment on Nov. 11 following a domestic dispute.

Escape. City of Warren police report charging Alexander L. Rosenburgh, 19, Grand Valley, with escape and institutional vandalism on Nov. 18. According to police, Rosenburgh attempted to escape from the Warren County Jail. Rosenburgh was arraigned before District Justice Glenn Carlson and remanded to the Warren County Jail on $25,000 bail.

Clarendon

Criminal mischief. Warren-based state police report investigating an incident of criminal mischief which occurred between 3 p.m. on Nov. 12 and 11 a.m. on Nov. 18 at a construction site behind 9 Center St. According to police, someone smashed the windshield of a Kobelco 8008 backhoe belonging to Wilson Excavating of New Wilmington. Damage is estimated at approximately $300.