Oil City Police Calls: Drug Paraphernalia, Disorderly Conduct, Harassment

| January 22, 2019

OIL CITY, Pa. (EYT) – The Oil City Police Department responded to the following calls:

Drug Paraphernalia on Pine Street

Oil City Police responded to a residence on Pine Street around 8:45 p.m. on Friday, January 18, for a report of a domestic dispute.

Upon their arrival, the officers spoke with the complainant who advised that she was on parole and was upset because her significant other, Timothy Sibble, had various drug paraphernalia within the residence.

The officers spoke with Sibble who stated he had a few pipes and marijuana grinders in the kitchen cupboard. The officers seized the paraphernalia and Sibble agreed to leave the residence for the night.

Sibble was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia.

Disorderly Conduct on East Second Street

Oil City Police responded to East Second Street around 4:40 p.m. on Friday, January 18, for an assault in progress.

Upon their arrival, the officers made contact with a known man who stated he and David Sterner had a verbal dispute that led to Sterner pushing him.

According to police, due to the known man’s statement and the statement received from a driver who had witnessed the assault, Sterner was charged with disorderly conduct.

Disorderly Conduct on Glenview Avenue

Oil City police responded to a residence on Glenview Avenue for a neighbor dispute.

The officers made contact with the caller who stated that Michael Wood had been yelling in the area due to her dogs barking. Wood also allegedly backed up his vehicle in front of the complainant’s residence and played loud music and set his car alarm off for about an hour.

According to police, the complainant had videos that corroborated her statement and showed Wood’s vehicle in front of the residence with the alarm going off and the music playing loudly.

Wood was charged with disorderly conduct.

Harassment in Oil City

Oil City Police received a report from a local resident on Saturday, January 19, that she has been being harassed by Edward McIntyre. McIntyre allegedly traveled to the victim’s workplace and left a note on her vehicle to call him because he wanted to speak to her.

Oil City Police received a similar report in December when McIntyre had allegedly driven past the victim’s house and her workplace. McIntyre was advised, in December, to cease contact with the victim.

McIntyre was charged with harassment.


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