The following activity occurred Sunday, April 24, to Wednesday, June 1, as reported by the Youngstown Police Department.
Sunday, April 24
•440 block of Fieldcrest Drive, parking problem. A parking problem was reported in the area. The owner of the parked trailer was not found at his residence.
Monday, April 25
•3400 Block of Creek Road, vehicle problem. Patrol checked area for a disabled vehicle with negative results. Patrol cleared area.
Tuesday, April 26
•560 block of Main Street, follow up call. Police continued its search for an unknown male suspect accused of aggravated harassment. The male's phone was traced to the listed area, but when police arrived, the male was not on site.
Friday, April 29
•480 Block of Lockport Street, larceny. Patrol received report of possible larceny from a vehicle at the listed location. A report was taken; investigation is pending.
Saturday, April 30
•900 block of Lake Road, vehicle accident. A single vehicle accident was reported in the area. The driver fled the scene before patrol arrived. A police report was taken.
•220 block of Elm Street, fire. Police responded to an object on fire at a house at the location. The patrol spoke to the homeowner and advised him to extinguish the fire.
Sunday, May 1
•350 block of Howard Drive, mental health issue. Police assisted with a mental health issue at the location. The patient was transported to Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center by a Rural Metro ambulance.
•Mountain View Drive, Lewiston, suspicious vehicle. Police attempted to locate a suspicious vehicle based on a call from listed location. The caller saw a bike hanging out of the vehicle's trunk and heard a small child yell for help. Patrol searched for the vehicle from Lockport Street to Center Street, but found no results.
Monday, May 2
•Veterans Park, juvenile problem. Police responded to a roller hockey game involving juveniles on the tennis court in the park. The issue was resolved.
Wednesday, May 5
•3520 block of Ransomville Road, harassment. Patrol assisted the Niagara County Sheriff's Office on a possible harassment issue. A juvenile was threatening another juvenile. Patrol handled the dispute.
Saturday, May 7
•Balmer Road, reckless driving. Police attempted to locate a reckless driver on Creek Road from Balmer Road. Police checked Balmer Road to Route 104 with negative results.
•310 block of Carrollwood Drive, bad check complaint. Police received a complaint about receiving a bad check. The issue was resolved by the patrol.
•Ransomville Road, harassment. Police assisted NCSO with a harassment charge at a bar. The issue was resolved by patrol.
Monday, May 9
•3700 block of Ransomville Road, domestic violence. Police responded to a report of domestic violence. The NCSO will file a direct report.
Friday, May 13
•Lockport Street, found property. Lost property was found in the area. Patrol returned the property to the manager of a store.
Sunday, May 15
•Lower River Road, animal problem. Police notified of a stray black dog in the area. The SPCA was contacted and the area was secured.
Friday, May 20
•Veterans Park, juvenile problem. Police were notified that juveniles had started a trash can fire. Police extinguished the fire.
Saturday, May 21
•120 block of Chestnut Street, larceny. A complainant notified police that a grill had been taken off their porch in the area. The home was added to the police's house watch list and an investigation is pending.
Tuesday, May 24
•Howard Drive stop sign/possession of illegal substances. Patrol assisted NCSO with a man stopped for unlawful possession of marijuana.
•1600 block of Lake Road, dispute. A dispute between a tenant and landlord occurred at the location. Patrol attended to the problem and the issue was resolved when the landlord agreed to tend to the complainant's animals until June 24.
Saturday, May 28
•Porter and Center Road, missing bikes. Police attempted to locate three sport bikes in the area. The bike's direction of travel was unknown and the bikes were not observed in the village.
Monday, May 30
•1400 block of Lake Road. Patrol assisted NCSO with finding a suspicious vehicle. The driver of the vehicle was reported to have been taking pictures of the area out of his car. Patrol checked the area with negative results.
Wednesday, June 1
•90 block of Lake Street, suspicious calls. Police received a complaint from a woman receiving calls with music. The number calling her home was identified, contacted and the issue was resolved.