Disorderly conduct. Warren City Police filed a non-traffic citation charging Rose M. McEvoy, 916 Lincoln Ave. Apt. A., after officers were dispatched to her residence at 1:02 a.m. Friday for a loud music complaint.
Charged. Warren City Police took John W. Soderberg, Warren, into custody at 11:25 p.m. Thursday after he was observed attempting to gain access to several vehicles parked along the street in the Conewango Ave./ Jefferson St. area. Police said once in custody Soderberg was found to be in possession of marijuana and paraphernalia. Soderberg has been charged with criminal attempt at theft from a motor vehicle, loitering and prowling at night time, possession of a small amount of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. Soderberg was taken for arraignment before District Justice Gregory by the PA State Constables.
Parole violation. Officers of the Warren County Adult Probation Department arrested Robert V. Gurry, 47, Warren, on a charge of violation of parole. Gurry who was originally placed on parole on a charge of DUI, was arrested on a Supervisor's Warrant and committed to the WCP pending further court action.
Probation violation. Officers of the Warren County Adult Probation Department arrested John P. Anderson, 41, Warren, on a charge of violation of probation. Anderson, who was originally placed on probation on a charge of Unauthorized use of automobiles, was arrested on a Supervisor's Warrant and committed to the WCP pending further court action.
Theft. Warren-based state police responded to Althom Road where Larry Coleman, 44, Cuyahoga Falls, Oh., reported a theft. Police said sometime between January and Thursday someone removed 100 gallons of fuel oil from a fuel tank at a camp owned by the victim. Anyone with information can contact Warren-based state police or Warren County Crime Stoppers.
False alarms. Warren-based state police responded to the Sugar Grove Medical Center on Forrest St. at 5:13 p.m. Thursday. Police have cited the Medical Center with failure to control alarm devices and automatic dialing devices after police responded to a false alarm. The Medical Center has permitted more than 3 false alarms in a 12 month period.