Police reports for Sept. 19.

Police reports for Sept. 19:

INCIDENTS
MAN CITED FOR POSSESSION, PARAPHERNALIA — Andrew Davidson, 18, of 22 Farview St. was cited for possession of a small amount of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia after he was stopped by police in a 2000 Honda Civic on Gordon Ave. at 11:05 p.m. on Aug. 15. Police found a marijuana pipe containing a small residue of marijuana in his backpack. Officer William Wolfe filed the report.
MAN, WOMAN ARRESTED FOLLOWING FIGHT — Patrick Houghtaling, 29, and Seneca Curtis, 35, both of 45 Pearl St. #2, were arrested on assault and other charges, including disorderly conduct, harassment, and public drunkenness, after causing a disturbance by fighting at their residence at 11:16 p.m. on Aug. 17. Officer Dominick Andidora filed the report.
MAN ARRESTED FOR FALSE REPORT — Dewey Engroff, 44, of 55 Belmont St. was arrested on Aug. 18 for filing a false report with law enforcement authorities after he reported a burglary in progress at his residence when there was no such crime being committed. Sgt. Brian Bognatz filed the report.
MAN CITED FOR HARASSMENT — Kenneth Zintel, 38, of 168 Lincoln Ave. was cited for harassment after making threatening statements by phone to Dawn Cobb, 42, of 155 Westgate Dr. L-1, at 8:20 p.m. on Aug. 18. Sgt. Patrick Lawler filed the report.
MAN ARRESTED FOR THEFT — Patrick Wagner, 21, of 50 Birkett St. was arrested for theft and receiving stolen property after taking $70 that didn't belong to him off the bar at a tavern at 11 p.m. on Aug. 20. Officer Jeffrey Arthur filed the report.
WOMAN CITED AS DRUNK AND DISORDERLY — Tammy Glanzel, 47, of 46 Reynolds Ave. was cited for public drunkenness and disorderly conduct after causing a disturbance outside her residence while in an intoxicated condition, resulting in several 9-1-1 calls, at 12:14 a.m. on Aug. 23. Officer Fred Colonna filed the report.
DECORATIVE LAMP DESTROYED — Robert McDonnell Jr., co-owner of McDonnell's Restaurant, reported that someone smashed a decorative lamp mounted on the wall of the entrance to the restaurant parking lot on South Main St. sometime between the night of Aug. 24 and morning of Aug. 25. Sgt. Patrick Lawler filed the report.