On The Record


Theft. City of Warren police report Randi Eck, 29, of Warren was charged with forgery, theft by unlawful taking and theft by deception following an investigation into a stolen paycheck. She was arraigned on Jan. 8 before Magisterial District Judge Zydonik and placed in the Warren County jail in lieu of $10,000 bail.

Driving under the influence. City of Warren police report Marilyn Dahlgren, 72, of Warren was charged with driving under the influence – general impairment, DUI involving an accident, DUI with the highest rate of alcohol, careless driving and hit and run accident on Jan. 7 after officers responded to a report of a hit and run crash.

Harassment. City of Warren police report Karl Louis, 36, of Warren was cited for harassment and disorderly conduct on Jan. 7 after officers responded to a report of a neighbor banging on a door.

Sheffield Twp.

Stolen property. State police at the Warren barracks are seeking information about items stolen from a backpack. A 44-year-old Grove City woman reported multiple items were stolen some time between Jan. 4 and Jan. 5 in the area of High Street in Sheffield. The items listed as stolen include: a key to a shelter, a Samsung Straight Talk Galaxy J7 Sky Pro, ZTE model N9137 state assistance phone, adult coloring books, gel pens, coloring markers, prescribed medications including Ativan, Trazadone pill, Hydrochlorothiazide, Celexa, Augmentin, Neurontin, Naproxen, Adderall, a medicine bottle, a food Access card and a $20 bill. The estimated value of the items taken is $285. Anyone with information should contact police at 728-3600 or Crime Stoppers at 800-832-7463.


Endangering the welfare of children. Youngsville police report Tierra Card, of Youngsville was arrested on a felony count of child endangerment on Jan. 8. Card was also charged with possession of a small amount of marijuana and drug paraphernalia. She was arraigned before Magisterial District Judge Woodin and committed to the Warren County jail.

Scam/theft. Youngsville police report a Youngsville citizen reported a scam involving a large amount of cash sent by mail to what was believed to be a public defender in another state. The citizen was told their grandson was in jail and needed money for bail. Youngsville police are investigating with assistance from other law enforcement agencies. Police warn all citizens to be aware of possible scams and urge everyone to call all parties involved or local police before sending any money or information.