On The Record
Charged. City of Warren Police charged Kendra Powell, 28, and Burdette Thomas, 41, both of Warren, with recklessly endangering another person, tamper with of fabricate evidence and possession of drug paraphernalia after officers responded to their residence to investigate an incident on Sunday, Aug. 5.
Assault. City of Warren Police charged Jessie Lyons, 28, of Youngsville, with aggravated assault and terroristic threats on Monday, Aug. 13, after officers responded to a report of an assault.
Cited. City of Warren Police cited Tyler Christeson, 26, of Warren for public drunkenness on Saturday, Aug. 11, after officers responded to a convenience store for the report of a male subject sleeping in the bathroom.
Trespass. City of Warren Police charged Dillon Howard, 18, of Warren, with defiant trespass after police responded to a report of a known male in a residence without permission.
Harassment. Warren-based state police reported that on July 21 at 2:30 p.m. Sean Doytek, 30, East Lake, Oh., urinated on a known four-year-old male at a camp in Brokenstraw Township. Police said he was charged through District Justice Todd Woodin’s office.
False identification. Warren-based state police reported that they responded to a private residence for a reported verbal domestic dispute on August 15 at 1:29 a.m. on Allegheny Dr. Upon arrival, police said the male, Edward Colestock, 35, New Castle, gave false identification information multiple times. Police said his identity was discovered and he was found to have multiple warrants throughout Pennsylvania. He was taken to the Warren County Jail on the warrants and charged with false identification to law enforcement through District Justice Laura Bauer’s office.
Burglary. Corry-based state police reported that sometime between August 3 and August 13 someone entered a detached garage of a Lottsville Niobe Rd. residents through an unlocked door and stole a 2014 John Deere D125 riding lawn mower belonging to a known 59-year-old male, Bear Lake. Anyone with information is asked to contact Corry-based state police.
Criminal mischief. Warren-based state police reported that they were dispatched on August 12 at 1:20 p.m. to a Conewango Ave. residents for a report of criminal mischief. Police discovered that the rear car window of a vehicle belonging to Tammy Swartz, 51, Warren, was broken. Police said the investigation will continue pending further investigation.
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Theft by deception. Warren-based state police reported that on July 23 Robert Saxman, 30, Russell, reported he had purchased a tractor on eBay for $10,500 but never received a tractor. Police said the payment was made to “GLIGOR” and that the investigation is pending.