– Merlynn Jensen, no address listed, asked deputies to check on her husband at Barnett’s Motel, U.S. Route 62, Salem, at 3:08 a.m. Sunday. Deputies spoke with him and told him to call his wife.
– Jarrod Chestnut, Depot Road, Lisbon, reported at 1:05 a.m. Sunday a domestic dispute on Parkview Drive. Deputies spoke to a woman and her live-in boyfriend, who both told deputies they were arguing out in the yard but did not assault each other.
– Lori Tuttle, Monroeville Heights, Salineville, reported a domestic dispute at 11:59 p.m. Friday. When deputies arrived she told them they had worked everything out and she was leaving for the evening. The husband agreed to seek medical attention.
– Deputies were called to a home on Mick Road, Wellsville, at 1 a.m. Sunday for a possible drug overdose. A woman was found dead, lying on the floor with drug paraphernalia and drugs in plain view around her, the report said. She was identified as Cynthia Hilditch, 56, Kelly Avenue, East Liverpool.
– KLG requested assistance on Steubenville Pike at 6:33 p.m. Sunday after they had responded to a domestic dispute and had a man in the back of the ambulance, who had jumped from a moving vehicle. The driver of the pickup, Tamara Bookman, state Route 558, Leetonia, had stopped right after Michael P. Schneller, state Route 558, Leetonia, had jumped. Bookman had called for the ambulance while Schneller lay in the ditch. He was transported to Salem Community Hospital. Bookman told deputies he had been involved in an argument earlier and she was asked to give him a ride, but he started yelling at her and jumped while she was driving at about 25 to 30 mph.
– Wade Hayes, Girard, reported a possible domestic dispute at 7:18 p.m. Saturday in the parking lot of John and Helen’s Bar in Hanover Township. Deputies spoke to the bartender and one woman sitting at the bar, who told them “defensively there were no problems” and she had never been outside.
– Cheyenne Rowbotham, Canfield, reported at 7:43 p.m. Sunday someone struck her car while she was parked at the Save-A-Lot in Rogers.
– Jim Carlton, Carrollton, reported at 9:25 a.m. Friday the youth center on West Main Street, Salineville, was broken into sometime after Tuesday. Someone took a TV, DVD player, surround sound system and mounting bracket. The front door was pried open and paint was splattered across the bathroom walls.
– Susan Robbie, state Route 517, Lisbon, reported at 1:53 p.m. Friday someone vandalized her Ferris zero-turn mower.
– Tanya Johnson, state Route 14, East Palestine, reported at 2:40 p.m. Friday someone vandalized her daughter’s car on Thursday evening at Crestview High School, writing a derogatory word on the window.
– Mark Frederick, state Route 45, Lisbon, reported at 1:30 p.m. Saturday sometime overnight someone shot a vehicle on his lot with a pellet gun, damaging the driver’s side door and a headlight.
– Ray West, Youngstown, reported at 8:15 a.m. Saturday he is working for Heavy Duty Industrial Services, assigned to the work site in Kensington. West claims his supervisor is harassing and taunting him and he felt threatened by a comment the supervisor made about hoping his car brakes do not go out. West also reported someone stole $75 from his truck while he was there.
– Molly Wolfe, Pritchard Avenue, reported at 7:25 p.m. Friday she believed her daughter may have taken some pills. It was found the girl had ingested 15 sleeping pills about 30 minutes before police arrived, and she was transported by KLG.
– Heather Delbert, no address listed, reported at 7:53 p.m. Friday she was at the BP gas station and her 14-year-old daughter was refusing to get out of the car to go with her. Delbert claimed she has custody of her daughter during the summer months, but did not have the paperwork with her showing the dates. Police explained it is a civil issue.
– Curt Raffel, Walnut Ridge Road, Salineville, reported at 11:24 p.m. Friday while he was driving on North Market at the North Beaver Street split he saw a couple children throwing something which appeared to be a rock. His vehicle was damaged. Justin Robraugh, St. Jacobs-Logtown Road, Lisbon, reported at 11:28 p.m. Friday while he had been driving on North Market Street, his vehicle was struck by a rock, which caused a sizable dent. Robraugh saw a couple of children go into a house and said they were looking out the window. Police found three children inside their home in the area, who admitted to being out playing when the vehicles were struck but denied any involvement.
– Travis Wallace, South Lincoln Avenue, reported at 10:35 a.m. Saturday there were people in a rental property belonging to his father, and he wanted them removed.
– Casey Davis, no address listed, reported at 11:28 a.m. Saturday her daughter’s phone was damaged at school Friday.
– Deputies on Sunday amended a report from Saturday involving a woman who was flown to a Pittsburgh hospital following an incident at the Red Bud Mine on state Route 45. Initially, deputies reported the victim’s name as Shelby Allgood, but said Sunday her name is actually Shelda M. (Allgood) Keefer, 45, of state Route 45, Lisbon. She was reportedly dragged by an off-road vehicle being driven by her boyfriend, William E. Vandyke II, 48, same address, after a verbal altercation. Deputies reported Saturday that Vandyke was charged with criminal trespass, and on Sunday reported he now has also been charged with domestic violence. Keefer had been reported in stable condition on Saturday.
– Lisa McKee, DeSellem Road, Lisbon, reported Sunday her neighbor’s bull was running loose again, tearing up her yard and garden. A deputy could not reach the neighbor, who lives on Applegate Road.
– Tim Billie, Hillcrest Road, Wellsville, reported Saturday a neighbor is coming on his property and using his water for his horses.
– Jessie Madison, Sixteen School Road, Irondale, reported a 19-year-old man she knows threatened to burn down her house. Deputies spoke with the man, who said he wanted to die and began hitting himself in the face with his fist. He was handcuffed until Tri-County ambulance crews could transport him to East Liverpool City Hospital for evaluation.
– Deputies were called Saturday morning to the home of Elizabeth A. Taylor, 54, state Route 45, Lisbon, for a person to be removed. There, Jessica Ann Kastor, 20, same address, said she and her husband are in the midst of a divorce and he keeps stalking and harassing her. This day, he came to her mother’s house and began threatening her friend, instigating a fight, Kastor alleged. He had left five minutes prior to deputies’ arrival. Neither Taylor nor Kastor wanted charges filed, just a report.
– Dennis Dotson, Steubenville Pike, Lisbon, reported Friday morning a woman who has been staying with him came from across the road and wanted to stay the night. When he told her to go back from where she had come, she bit him in the arm. Dotson didn’t want charges filed but told deputies there is a warrant for the woman, but she could not be located at the home across the street nor walking along the road after residents there claimed she had walked off.
– The 13-year-old grandson of Jim Clark, Churchhill Road, Lisbon, was charged with domestic violence and transported to the Tobin Center Friday after a dispute. Clark told deputies his grandson got mad and began throwing things, and Clark was struck in the head. He refused to give a statement or allow deputies to take photos of his injuries, according to reports.
-Brittany Phillips, Main Street, Hanoverton, reported Friday that she and her 2-year-old son walked to Thomas’ Market, where she was confronted by her cousin, who was screaming, yelling and trying to engage Phillips in a fight. She asked for information on obtaining a protection order.
– Russell Lighter, Foundry Hill Road, Salineville, reported Friday a rock thrown through a glass door. He told deputies he has been having problems the previous night with some people.
-While parked at Rogers Community Auction Friday, a truck owned by Ray McCoy, Lodge Road, Leetonia, was reportedly struck by a vehicle driven by Kenneth Taylor, Freedom, Pa.
-Albert Beal, Foundry Hill Road, Salineville, reported an attempted burglary Saturday, saying a window was broken in the front door but no entry was gained.
– What appeared to be a bullet hole was found Saturday by Joe Pastore, Old Monroeville Road, Salineville, in the man door of his garage.
– Michael Feltner of Austintown reported Saturday having purchased a Kindle Fire from the Rogers Sale for $80. When Feltner called Amazon to activate the Kindle he learned it had been reported stolen/lost.
– Victor Lynn, Grafton Road, Leetonia, called for a deputy after arriving home at noon Sunday to find a pickup truck in his driveway and no one around. While the deputy was en route to the scene, two people emerged from the woods behind Lynn’s house, one of whom was his neighbor and the other a surveyor. The neighbor said they had parked there to survey his property after being unable to reach Lynn, and he did not think Lynn would mind. Lynn declined to press charges.
– Aaron Tucker, Old Route 45, Madison Township, reported Sunday his 1990 Crown Victoria was stolen from his property, along with eight to 10 batteries and a torch cart.
– A man who lives in the Twin Oaks Trailer Park, state Route 45, Lisbon, called for a deputy at 7:13 p.m. Saturday because his teenage stepson was refusing to listen to him. The deputy told the boy he should mind his stepfather or he could be charged in county juvenile court with being unruly.
– Amanda J. Scott, 34, of East Liverpool, reported Saturday she was driving her ex-boyfriend, the father of her daughter, to Boardman when he began to smoke in her car after she asked him not to. Scott pulled over in the Save A Lot parking lot in Rogers and ordered him to get out, which he did. The ex-boyfriend then tried to get their daughter out of the car, which resulted in an argument with Scott. The ex then grabbed Scott’s phone from her and threw it, striking her in the head. Scott declined to press charges.
– Ronald Richards Jr., 46, state Route 7, Madison Township, called for a deputy at 5:32 p.m. Saturday after getting into an argument with his wife upon learning she signed up for welfare despite the fact he has a full-time job. Mrs. Richards said she was trying to get health care because her husband refused to sign up for health insurance at work despite having a well paying job. The wife left with the children and went to her mother’s.
– Troy Lindesmith, Lindesmith Road, Hanoverton, reported at 8:59 a.m. Wednesday, he found a van parked along the roadway and his lawn that morning. Three people inside the van appeared to be sleeping. The van took off in a hurry when he backed up to get a plate number. A dispatcher checked the license plate number, which was valid and the owner had no warrants.
– The manager at Dollar General in Rogers reported at 9:01 a.m. May 2 a regular customer was caught attempting to leave the store without paying for coffee and two Red Bull drinks. The woman had paid for other items while the coffee and drinks were in her purse. When confronted she returned the coffee, but claimed she bought the drinks elsewhere. Video surveillance showed her taking the drinks.
– Holly Hughes, Wheathill Road, East Palestine, reported at 7:41 a.m. Wednesday her ex-boyfriend has been calling her and harassing her, including 20 calls she did not answer on Tuesday and 18 more missed calls overnight. Wednesday morning he reportedly came to her door, repeatedly knocked and called her names. Deputies spoke to the ex-boyfriend, Gary Taylor, who claimed it did not happen as Hughes said and he only came there to get his personal items she left on the porch for him. He was warned not to return.
– Daniel Dattilio, state Route 558, Leetonia, reported at 8:23 a.m. Wednesday that at around 3:30 a.m. he heard a bang on the roadway. He looked out at the time, but did not see anything. In the morning it appeared his mailbox and paperbox were stuck by a vehicle overnight, which drove through his lawn for about 100 feet and just missed a telephone pole.
– Rick Kyler, manager at the East Palestine Country Club, Carmel Achor Road, Negley, reported at 5:36 a.m. Tuesday he came to work and found someone had broken a window on the north side of the club’s store. The person stole $150 from a cash register and a case of Bud Lite. Additionally, someone attempted to break into the safe. Utilizing keys to the garage, someone stole an EZ Go golf cart. Kyler called back later to report a woman told him she saw a man she could identify driving a golf cart on Monday night.
– John Stewart, state Route 517, Lisbon, reported at 4:02 p.m. Tuesday numerous items were stolen from his storage garage over the weekend. He totaled the value of the items at more than $14,200. Items included computer equipment, tools, kitchen appliances, gas cans, lawn equipment, televisions, camping items and bicycles.
– Rose Wade, Hazel Run Road, Salineville, reported at 5:32 p.m. Tuesday her boyfriend came to the house and became upset with her for having contact with other men. He reportedly slapped her in the back of the head. Deputies explained her options and she declined to prosecute.
– A possible domestic dispute at a Trinity Church Road, Hanoverton, address was reported by an anonymous person at 10:04 p.m. Tuesday. Deputies spoke to Denise Hays, who said she and Joe McVay had an argument but he left before they arrived.
– William McGuckin, West Main Street, New Waterford, reported at 2:05 a.m. Sunday a 16-year-old old boy, who is the cousin of McGuckin’s ex-girlfriend, called him at 1 a.m. saying ignorant things to him. McGuckin said this is not the first time the boy has done this and he wanted deputies to speak with him about stopping.
– A deputy found an open gate at HMF Recycling, Industrial Drive, Lisbon, at 1:06 a.m. Wednesday. The owner was notified. Nothing was found to be missing at the time.
– Gerald Eddinger, Rochester Road, North Georgetown, reported at 7:37 p.m. Tuesday his girlfriend’s daughter called him when he got home from work and claimed they were going to call the sheriff on him for threatening them. Eddinger claimed he did not threaten anyone. Deputies also spoke to the mother, who said she has been trying to get Eddinger to leave for some time. Deputies explained to her the options available.
– After taking Tiffany Walls, Pritchard Avenue, Lisbon, into custody on a bench warrant Monday evening, deputies checked her for weapons and asked her if she had anything she was hiding. After dropping her off at the county jail, deputies were asked to return at 7:45 p.m. Monday after correction officers reportedly caught her attempting to ingest a number of pills she had concealed in her bra. Seven of the pills were still able to be identified as generic oxycodone.