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– Brent A. Delmont, 50, Rose Drive, Lisbon, was cited for domestic violence at 11 p.m. Friday.

– Someone reported at 1:18 a.m. Saturday kids were loitering near the Ruritans Hall in Hanoverton. A deputy checked the hall and neighboring streets and did not see anyone.

– At 3:38 a.m. Saturday a deputy found a crashed vehicle at the end of Steubenville Pike near state Route 39 in Washington Township. The vehicle was unoccupied but came back to a Terry Lewis of Church Street, Salineville. The deputy attempted to make contact with Lewis in Salineville but was unable.

– Christy Childress, Hillcrest Road, Wellsville, reported at 2:27 p.m. Friday she was not happy with how Children’s Services was handling her case and that her ex who now lives in Tennessee was stalking her, and was having members of the church he is attending there stalking her as well.

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Heather Anderson, state Route 45, East Rochester, reported at 6:15 p.m. Thursday she argued with her boyfriend, which led to him pushing her down. She hit her head and was knocked out. Other witnesses at the home confirmed Dustin Chase pushed her, she fell down a small flight of steps and hit her head. Chase, 29, Bonnieview Avenue, Minerva, was taken into custody by Minerva Police and charged with assault.

– A Depot Road, Lisbon, woman reported at 11:04 p.m. Thursday her son and his girlfriend are harassing her and threatening her daughter. Deputies spoke to the son, who claimed he is not making threats, but there is a small family dispute going on. Deputies warned him to not contact his mother.

– A Rose Drive, Lisbon, woman reported at 10:58 p.m. Thursday there was an assault in the parking lot of the apartments between two other women. Deputies spoke to one woman, who claimed her neighbor had been outside calling her profanities. She claimed she was on her way to her mailbox when the other woman punched her in the face. Deputies spoke to the other woman, who was intoxicated and at first denied she was around the other woman at all, then admitted they argued, but denied hitting her.

– An Applegate Road, Lisbon, woman reported at 7:38 p.m. Thursday her daughter has been receiving calls from a blocked number claiming they were from the Lisbon police department and asking for her father. The names of the people the caller were claiming to be no longer work with the Lisbon police department.

– A Lippincott Road, East Rochester, woman reported at 3:52 p.m. Thursday she and her ex-husband both have paperwork claiming rights to their past home together and she was there attempting to move all of her belongings. However, her ex-husband reportedly put a fence up in the driveway. Deputies spoke to the ex-husband, who was upset because he said he feels women always get what they want. Deputies explained the matter is a civil one regarding marital property.

– A Haiti Road, Salineville, man reported at 3:34 p.m. Thursday he returned after about four hours to find his coins and money missing from multiple places in the home. Some of the containers the money was in were found in the backyard. He estimates $350 was taken. There was no sign of forced entry.

– A Westville Lake Road woman reported at 3:46 p.m. Thursday her grandfather was scammed for about $1,200, which he believed to be going to a war veteran. She was able to get the check back through Fed-Ex before it was delivered.

– A Macklin Road, New Waterford, woman reported at 10:05 a.m. Thursday someone took an orange pottery chimney with a leaf design from her back porch several months ago.

– A domestic dispute was reported at the home of Louis and Lori Tuttle, Monroeville Heights Road, Salineville, where they had agreed to separate and he refused to let her take the undergarments he had bought for her. She threatened to slam him against the door if he did not let her out of the bathroom and reportedly struck him in the middle of his chest and scratched him. He reportedly threw a knife out the window which was sitting on the table where she was seated. Lori Tuttle, 41, was charged with domestic violence.

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– A Forbes Road, Wellsville, woman reported at 2:19 a.m. Tuesday she heard someone kick her door and jerk on the door handle. She thought she recognized the voice, but did not see anyone. Nothing was damaged, but she had four bags of Miracle Grow stolen from her porch.

– At 11:27 p.m. Monday a domestic dispute was reported at a Mahoning Avenue, Alliance, home. Michael J. Martin, 26, Mahoning Avenue, Alliance, was charged with domestic violence after he reportedly was manhandling, choking and beating his girlfriend, Billie Jean Presley. Martin’s sister reportedly tried to stop him and he pushed her to the ground at which point she and Keith Robinson told him they were calling police. Martin and Presley hid together in the woods, but were found by deputies, who took him into custody. An upset Presley, who was covered with scrapes and marks, told deputies she has been treated this way for about a year but did not want Martin to get into trouble.

– A Depot Road, Lisbon, woman reported at 12:57 a.m. Tuesday there were some unusual people walking around the building in the development. Deputies checked the area, but did not find anyone.

– A Steven Drive, Alliance, man reported at 12:34 a.m. Tuesday someone from another lot came over and was causing a disturbance. The man was accusing someone the caller knew of threatening to burn down his trailer.

– A Center Avenue, Lisbon, man reported at 6:50 p.m. Monday someone with a red pickup without a tailgate or license plate was driving around the neighborhood baja-ing.

– Amy Bailey, an employee of Rogers Food and Fuel, reported at 8:38 p.m. Sunday that earlier a dirty looking man came into the store and made a sexual comment to her.

– A Spillway Road, Lisbon, woman reported at 7:52 p.m. Monday her 16-year-old daughter went to talk to someone she is not supposed to have contact with due to a court order. She was told to contact the court.

– Randi Wick, U.S. Route 30, Hanoverton, and her mother reported at 4:04 p.m. Monday a neighbor saw a water truck nearly strike another neighbor then swerve off the road striking seven mailboxes. Deputies spoke to the woman who saw it happen and she said she had already reported the incident to the highway patrol.

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– Deputies responded Sunday morning to Jimtown Road in East Palestine for a report of four-wheelers being driven recklessly on the highway. They saw no one at first then parked the cruiser, turning off the lights, when a four-wheeler came toward the cruiser on the road. The driver, Keith Allen of Niles, reportedly told deputies he was visiting family and took the ATV “for a spin.” He was advised his actions were illegal. Allen reported someone had shot him in the forehead with a BB while he was driving the four-wheeler, but he declined medical treatment. Deputies followed him back to his family’s property and advised him not to bring the four-wheeler back out.

– Deputies responded Saturday night to reports of shots fired on state Route 14 in East Palestine but found nothing amiss.

– Candy Bishop, state Route 14, New Waterford, reported Saturday night her father-in-law came to her home, threatening her and her family. A deputy attempted to reach him but was unsuccessful.

– Traci Amelung, U.S. Route 30, Kensington, reported a silver 1974 boat trailer taken from her front yard.

– Scott Cunningham, South 12th Street, Beloit, reported Saturday night his neighbor was setting off fireworks and cursing. He was advised there wasn’t much deputies could do if the man was cursing in his own yard but told Cunningham to call if he started letting off fireworks again.

– Sharon Murphy, state Route 154, Negley, received calls from Macy’s telling her someone was trying to increase the credit limit on her account and from Discover, saying a man in Chicago had applied for a duplicate credit card on her account. She filed a fraud report.

– Deputies responding Saturday night to a security alarm activated at Beaver Local High School found a door to the band room ajar. He and a keyholder checked the building and found employees inside.

– Jennifer Engler, Salem-Alliance Road, Salem, called Saturday about people breaking glass on the roadway. Deputies spoke with Adam L Tyson, who said he had broken the mirror on his headboard while carrying it to his car after Engler told him to get his belongings. He told deputies when he arrived, Engler began yelling at him, and deputies reported she was yelling in their presence until told to stop or be arrested.

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-Deputies were called Thursday night to the Traveler’s Motel on state Route 45 in Lisbon where the manager, Matt Brittner, said Josh Stahl, 27, Newberry, Fla., had been harassing other patrons. Stahl was told by deputies to leave and not return or he would be charged with trespassing. Stahl left, but deputies were called again to the motel on Friday, where he was charged with trespassing. That afternoon, Kim Ladany, acting manager of the Frola Motel on state Route 45, Lisbon, reported Stahl had rented a room the previous night and, although check-out time was 10 a.m., he was still “standing around” outside at noon. Stahl told deputies he was waiting for a ride with a friend, who also had a room. They left while deputies were still there.

-Janice Morgan reported Friday she had recently moved to Colorado, and she has learned items have been stolen from her property on state Route 170 in Middletown Township.

-Debra Bloor, Slater Road, Salem, reported finding a fraudulent charge on her bank account of $360 to a California company. She needed a report completed.

– Jennifer Engler, Salem-Alliance Road, Salem, reported Saturday she had allowed her cousin’s family to move in with her and they are now not getting along, so she wants them to leave. Engler was advised she would have to go through the proper eviction process, but her cousin’s husband advised deputies they were in the process of moving. Deputies stood by while they packed up and left since the two families were still arguing.

– George Baird, state Route 9, Hanoverton, reported Saturday he went to the bank and learned there was a large sum of money missing, with several unauthorized transactions made out of state since March.

– Ron Wisbeth, Low Road, Rogers, reported someone trespassing and tampering with his property. Deputies checked the area in cruisers and on foot but found no one.

-Linda Scott, Guy Road, Lisbon, reported signing a contract with a man from a home improvement company, and she now believes it may have been a scam because she has not since heard from him or a person who was supposed to come to her home.

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-Deputies were called Thursday night to the Traveler’s Motel on state Route 45 in Lisbon where the manager, Matt Brittner, said Josh Stahl, 27, Newberry, Fla., had been harassing other patrons. Stahl was told by deputies to leave and not return or he would be charged with trespassing. Stahl left, but deputies were called again to the motel on Friday, where he was charged with trespassing. That afternoon, Kim Ladany, acting manager of the Frola Motel on state Route 45, Lisbon, reported Stahl had rented a room the previous night and, although check-out time was 10 a.m., he was still “standing around” outside at noon. Stahl told deputies he was waiting for a ride with a friend, who also had a room. They left while deputies were still there.

-Janice Morgan reported Friday she had recently moved to Colorado, and she has learned items have been stolen from her property on state Route 170 in Middletown Township.

-Debra Bloor, Slater Road, Salem, reported finding a fraudulent charge on her bank account of $360 to a California company. She needed a report completed.

– Jennifer Engler, Salem-Alliance Road, Salem, reported Saturday she had allowed her cousin’s family to move in with her and they are now not getting along, so she wants them to leave. Engler was advised she would have to go through the proper eviction process, but her cousin’s husband advised deputies they were in the process of moving. Deputies stood by while they packed up and left since the two families were still arguing.

– George Baird, state Route 9, Hanoverton, reported Saturday he went to the bank and learned there was a large sum of money missing, with several unauthorized transactions made out of state since March.

– Ron Wisbeth, Low Road, Rogers, reported someone trespassing and tampering with his property. Deputies checked the area in cruisers and on foot but found no one.

-Linda Scott, Guy Road, Lisbon, reported signing a contract with a man from a home improvement company, and she now believes it may have been a scam because she has not since heard from him or a person who was supposed to come to her home.

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– A deputy was called to a home on Carmel Achor Road, Rogers, at 2:33 a.m. Friday, where a 16-year-old girl reported being assaulted by her friend earlier in the evening while at the friend’s home on Kirk Road, Columbiana. The girl said her friend was showing her some video on her cell phone that she found offensive and told the friend so. Things escalated and the friend ended up striking the girl in the face. The deputy then went to the Kirk Road address and arrested the 16-year-old female friend, who admitted striking the girl because she kept calling her names after viewing the video.

-A Foundry Hill Road, Salineville, man reported at 4:38 p.m. Thursday someone he knows showed up and began threatening him after being told to leave.

– JA McCloskey Road, New Waterford, woman reported at 3:44 a.m. June 15 someone was banging on her door and house, but the deputies who responded did not find anyone around.

– A Carey Road, Salem, man reported at 12:30 a.m. Thursday there was a domestic dispute at a neighboring home. Deputies was met in the driveway by a woman who claimed everything was fine and they were all going to bed. The husband agreed they had argued, but there was no longer a problem.

– A woman reported a domestic dispute at a home on Walnut Ridge Road, Salineville, at 10:15 p.m. Wednesday. Deputies spoke to a woman at the home, who said she and her husband are in the process of getting a divorce and he had been drinking that evening. She described an incident where he headbutted her in the forehead, but she declined to press charges and decided to leave for the night.

– A state Route 644, Kensington, woman reported at 8:46 p.m. Wednesday the father of her daughter had moved out on June 7, but came back on Wednesday to take an X-box and computer. He reportedly sent her text messages telling her he did this and also threatening to come back and take the television.

– A Jimtown road, East Palestine, woman reported at 8:31 p.m. Wednesday a teen she is the guardian of had been argumentative and refused to listen, but had calmed down a short time later.

– A state Route 7, East Liverpool, man reported at 7:40 p.m. Wednesday he believed the paving crew on his road damaged his mailbox. When he came home, the mailbox post had been broken off.

– A Brown Street, Lisbon, man reported at 5:41 p.m. Wednesday someone was shooting somewhere along Ganders Flat Road, shooting toward the creek and state Route 154. Deputies checked the area, but did not see anyone. The caller said he and his father had been canoeing in the creek and heard a shot, which went between them.

– A Francis Drive, Wellsville, woman reported at 3:56 p.m. Wednesday her grandson, who she has custody of, is refusing to take his medication and acting unruly. An ambulance also arrived and the 11-year-old boy was taken to East Liverpool City Hospital.

– Veronica Wood, L and M Greenhouse, Columbiana Waterford Road, Columbiana, reported at 11:52 a.m. Wednesday a suspicious vehicle drove through the business lot and one person inside asked if they had any cabbage plants as they drove past.

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– Performance GMC, state Route 7, Columbiana, reported Wednesday that sometime overnight someone stole the tail lights from a truck on the sales lot, a 2008 Ford F-350. Replacement value of the lights will be about $250.

– A Hanover Road, Salineville, woman reported at 1:03 a.m. Wednesday she and her husband heard a loud thump and her husband went outside and saw two white men with blonde hair in their late teens or early 20s running down the street. The night before she had reported someone threw eggs at her car when she was driving past the pizza shop on Main Street. Her husband had gone down near there again and someone threw eggs again, which landed in the street near the car. The eggs came from the direction of behind Rukart’s.

– Derek Marotta, minister of Oakridge Church, reported a loud party on Oakridge Road in Yellow Creek Township at 12:12 a.m. Sunday. Deputies went to the party where there were several people on the back porch. All produced identification showing they were of legal age to be drinking.

– A Hoffee Road, Lisbon, woman reported at 7:31 a.m. Saturday her sister had been texting her since 11 p.m. Friday threatening to come beat her up. Additionally, her sister reportedly stated she would bring their aunt and mother with her to break the windows out of her car and house. She told deputies her sister has been driving up and down the road, sitting in front of her home for long periods of time and she believed her sister may have been just waiting for her husband to go to work before coming up to the house.

– A Pioneer Road, Negley, man reported at 11:53 p.m. Tuesday someone stole his prescription bottle of Xanex from the pocket of his pants he had been wearing the entire time. He took two pills since he got the prescription of 90 pills filled.

– A Brookfield Avenue, Lisbon, woman reported at 4:10 p.m. Tuesday someone charged $27 through Budget Rental and the Virginia Department of Transportation to her debit card account.

– A Depot Road, Salem, woman reported at 9:48 p.m. Tuesday she is in the process of removing her belongings from the house where she was housesitting and caring for the pets on Brentwood Drive in Unity Township, when her ex-boyfriend and another woman came claiming they were going to call police and have her arrested. The stayed around and annoyed her until she left. She was concerned because she had to go back there to get the rest of her belongings, but was taking her aunt and boyfriend with her.

– A U.S. Route 30, Minerva, man reported a loud noisy party at 5:45 a.m. Sunday in the Town and Country Trailer Court. Deputies found four people behind a trailer with a burn barrel still smoking. They were drinking alcohol and two showed deputies their military identifications showing they were home on leave. They admitted the truck stereo had been playing earlier, but they turned it off about 30 minutes ago and agreed there would be no more noise.

– A night supervisor at Opportunity Homes, state Route 45, Lisbon, reported at 5:09 a.m. Sunday two of the residents heard someone knocking on the far northeast door of the facility. There were wet footprints on the cement near the door. There was no damage found to vehicles. Deputies checked the area, but did not see anyone.

– Joan Cook, a manager at Dollar General, state Route 45, Lisbon, reported at 6:53 p.m. Tuesday the store had received a possible counterfeit $20. The person who used the bill told Cook he received it from a bank in Lisbon.

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– A state Route 7, Lisbon, woman reported at 1:55 p.m. Monday she had been in her bathroom about 20 minutes earlier when her brother began yelling at her about the dishes not being done and then punched her in the face. She went to say something else and he reportedly slammed her head on the floor. Statements were taken from the woman and two others. Her brother left the house before deputies arrived.

– A 10th Street Extension, Wellsville, resident reported at 8:44 a.m. Monday someone called asking about her retirement accounts on June 7 and set up an appointment with her on June 10. The woman came to her home and requested her Social Security number and AARP number to set up an annuity account with her company, Seniors First. After receiving both numbers, the woman asked for $10,000 to start the process. At that point, the resident asked her to leave. Deputies called a telephone number given by the woman, which was picked up by an answering machine with several different extensions.

– A Whinnery Road, Hanoverton, man reported at 3:15 a.m. Sunday his son told him his girlfriend was at a drinking party on state Route 154, became violent with him and he left the party on foot. His children remained at the party with their mother. Deputies checked on the girlfriend and the children, who were tucked in asleep.

– A Yeager Drive, Wellsville, woman reported at 1:15 a.m. Sunday her 11-year-old grandson called her and told her his mother had been drinking and pushed him. The boy said his mother is going through alcohol rehabilitation, but had been out drinking. She reportedly argued with him because she believed he was giving her an attitude. She followed him into the bathroom, picked him up by his neck and threw him down causing him to hit his head on the toilet. His mother denied the allegations. The boy elected to stay at his grandparents’ house for the night.

– A Bayard Road, Minerva, woman reported at 12:05 a.m. Saturday there was a loud noise keeping her awake. Deputies checked the area, but heard nothing.

– Deputies checked on a couple at a Bentwood Road, New Waterford home at 12:22 a.m. Friday at the request of a caller. A woman there claimed she and her boyfriend had been arguing and she was acting out of control so he grabbed her wrists to calm her down. The boyfriend explained the woman is bipolar and was striking herself so he stopped her.

– A Crews Road, Wellsville, woman reported at 7:44 p.m. Sunday her brother has been stealing from the family to support his drug habit and on Sunday took her debit card. He returned it when she confronted him, but she wanted the incident on file in case he refuses to stop.

– An Iowa Street, Wellsville, woman reported at 7:55 p.m. Sunday her neighbors have been racing up and down the road in their vehicles, a large monster type truck and a large flat bed truck.

– A Georgetown Road, Homeworth, woman reported at 8:57 p.m. Saturday her 17-year-old son has been in a lot of trouble recently, has not been taking his medication and has court dates in Mahoning and Stark County courts this week. On Saturday he and his girlfriend were arguing in the house and he kicked over a fish tank near his 3-month-old child. Police spoke with the boy, who seemed respectful and calm at the time. He was holding his child and told deputies there would be no more problems.

– A state Route 45, Lisbon, man reported at 5:09 p.m. Sunday sometime between 8 p.m. Saturday and 9:45 a.m. Sunday someone stole items out of his vehicle.

– Deputies were called to a home on McCormick Run Road, Lisbon at 10:27 p.m. Saturday where a man was reportedly threatening to harm himself. Deputies found a man walking down the road with a small caliber handgun. When they approached he threw it down and told them he did not want to go on anymore. He was transported to Salem Community Hospital and the handgun was given to a relative for safekeeping.

– A North Lincoln Avenue, Salem, woman reported at 6:58 p.m. Saturday she misplaced her medications, possibly leaving them at the Y Inn in Rogers.

– A Bowman Road, Homeworth, man reported at 9:40 p.m. Friday sometime in the past five days someone entered the side door at the house, stealing a Craftsman 20-inch lawnmower and a hand-held rototiller.

– A McDonald, Pa., man reported at 8:26 p.m. Friday sometime in the past week someone stole a 12-volt Sears battery charger and a D cell battery from his storage shed at Paradise Lake.

– A Georgetown Road, Salem, man reported at 6:22 p.m. Friday someone was shooting in the woods at the Timashamie Campground. He reported seeing a man in jeans and a hoodie with a camo backpack in the woods shooting with a small handgun. Deputies found a man, who lives beside the campground who told deputies he was shooting into a secure backstop.

– A Lisa Lane, Lisbon, woman reported at 3:26 p.m. Sunday her ex-boyfriend was sending messages on Facebook, claiming he has a new toy and wants to use it. She believes he means a gun. He also reportedly told her he hopes the brakes go out in her car.

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– Jeremy Green, Northlake, Texas, reported at 9:17 a.m. Wednesday, while he had been parked at a construction site on state Route 644 in Kensington, another contractor backed into his rental car. The other driver, John Jones, Geneva, told Green about the accident.

– Terry Hoffman, state Route 14, East Palestine, reported at 10:18 a.m. Tuesday he has been receiving harassing phone calls on his business phone for the past week, about 10 times a day with the person calling saying ignorant things.

– Juvenile court requested at 11:02 a.m. Monday deputies check on a mother living at Columbiana-Waterford Road, New Waterford, after learning her 15-year-old son had been acting out after being in court earlier. The woman reported there were no more problems.

– Mark Johnson, Y Camp Road, Lisbon, reported at 1:12 p.m. Wednesday he has been having problems for the past several months with teens riding four wheelers on the roadway. On Wednesday the four wheelers went by several times and he motioned for them to keep going by waiving his arms. Shortly after that a man in a car stopped in front of his house and began arguing with him about the children riding on the roadway, claiming they have every legal right to do so.

– Salem Community Hospital reported at 2:23 p.m. Tuesday a woman was there, who they believed to have been assaulted. Deputies spoke to the woman, who refused to cooperate with any investigation of her injuries.

– Deputies checked a home on state Route 39, Wellsville, at 4:47 a.m. Wednesday after receiving a hang up 911 call from the home and then no answer to two phone calls made back to the house. The owner’s vehicle was in the driveway, but no one would respond to the door. However, one of the doors opened on its own despite being locked. Checking room to room, deputies found a woman sleeping in the bedroom and explained to her why they were there. She thanked deputies for checking on her.

– John Masters, Center Road, Beloit, reported an intoxicated teen at 5:39 a.m. Tuesday. A 15-year-old relative had spent the night at his home and drank multiple wine coolers. Masters also reported a jar of change missing from beside the microwave. Deputies found the 15-year-old in the driveway, intoxicated and denying he drank. Masters claimed the boy has done similar things before with nothing being done and became angry at the suggestion a report would be filed with juvenile court. Deputies took the boy to his mother’s home and woke her up. While there, the boy challenged his mother’s boyfriend to a fight and declared he no longer wanted to live. He was taken to Alliance Community Hospital for evaluation.

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– Tabbithia Boyd, East Chestnut Street, Lisbon, reported at 12:52 p.m. Friday she was at a party on Pleasant View Drive, Lisbon, on Thursday evening. Because she had been drinking, she elected not to drive and got a ride home from a friend. She told the homeowner she was leaving her car with the keys lying on the driver’s front seat at the end of the driveway and would come back for it. When she called back at noon on Friday the homeowner informed her the car was gone. Boyd reported the car stolen, but the Highway Patrol had already recovered the vehicle on Thursday night.

– George Ross, Kirk Road, New Waterford, reported at 2:29 p.m. Monday he heard a gunshot north of his home and heard a projectile traveling through the vegetation around him. Deputies walked through the hay field north of the house and found a recently birdshot “zombie” target laying in the hay.

– Charles Barnes, an employee of the Sarchione Car Dealership, U.S. Route 62, Alliance, reported at 7:42 p.m. Monday he saw a woman slap a man in the face in the car lot. Deputies spoke to the man, Charles Mayle Jr., who named the woman who slapped him, but did not want to press charges. She had left before deputies arrived.

– Larissa Giles, Boyd Road, Wellsville, reported at 4:12 p.m. Monday her soon-to-be ex-husband has a protection order against her and he called her twice in the past two hours. She did not pick up the phone.

– Chad Linkous, Lippincott Road, East Rochester, reported at 5:56 p.m. Monday someone stole his Apple MP3 player, Stynheister headphones and Oakley sunglasses from his vehicle sometime overnight.

– Julie Gattrell, Torma Road, Wellsville, reported at 5:06 a.m. Saturday Kyle Gatrell was waving a gun at household members. Deputies charged Gatrell with menacing and his grandfather, was charged with obstructing official business.

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– Elton Wayne Buchannon, 37, Tupelo, Miss., was cited with passing on the double yellow line and no license after deputies reportedly saw him passing a red pickup on U.S. Route 30 west of Trinity Church Road at 9:57 a.m. Monday.

– Todd Johnson, Davner Road, Lisbon, reported at 7:23 a.m. Monday someone accessed his debit card account at PNC and took $1,344 on Sunday. Purchases were made in Arizona, California and Mexico.

– Phillip Devine, Votaw Drive, Hanoverton, reported at 12:08 a.m. Sunday he has been having issues with another man and had asked him to stop starting trouble, but the other man texted threats telling him to lock his doors. Deputies called the other man, Jack Snyder, who claimed both were guilty of threatening each other and stated he had no plans to harm Devine.

– A deputy found a vehicle sitting stationary in the middle of the road at 9:30 p.m. Sunday. The owner, Amanda Lodge, told deputies she was driving and arguing with her boyfriend. He reportedly put the vehicle in park, took the keys and threw them into the woods. She said there was no threats or violence. The keys were found and she went home.

– Tina Javcic, Latta Road, East Palestine, reported at 10:34 p.m. Sunday she had two four wheelers go through her yard, do doughnuts and take off down the road.

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– Tracy Durr, Depot Road, Lisbon, reported Sunday her 13-year-old son’s ex-girlfriend was slandering him by posting lies on Facebook. Durr was advised this was a civil matter, and she said she intends to speak with the girl’s parents.

– Brooke McKenzie, state Route 39, Wellsville, reported Sunday finding an abandoned Cadillac on her property along the road. The deputy found a note on the vehicle explaining the Cadillac had broken down, and he advised McKenzie she could wait until the owner returned or she could have it towed at the owner’s expense.

– Lisa Giordano of Jeanette, Pa., reported Sunday seeing a dog walking along state Route 14 in Fairfield Township and determined it belonged to Ward Showalter, Beeson Mill Road, Leetonia. She took the canine to the home but no one came to the door, so she left the dog tied up outside. Giordano asked the deputy to check on the situation, which he did, and all was well at the residence.

– A deputy was called to a domestic dispute on Fife Coal Road, Wellsville, at 1:49 p.m. Sunday, where a 17-year-old boy reportedly threatened his father with a rock. The deputy spoke with the boy, who apologized to his parents and promised there would be no further problems.

– Tom Donnelly reported seeing a truck on Kelly Park Road in Fairfield Township either removing water from a stream or dumping something in it at 10 a.m. Sunday. The truck was gone by the time a deputy arrived, but the roadway was still wet, leaving the deputy to surmise the company was obtaining free water for drilling.

– Tina Pitre, Green Street, East Rochester, reported a smoke bomb was set off near her home on Saturday night.

– A deputy responded to a report of a traffic accident in the Woodland Cemetery just outside Salineville at 2:40 a.m. Sunday. The deputy found a car belonging to Betty A. Rush had run over a grave and gone a over a cliff after cresting a hill, coming to rest on a metal pole and tearing off the bumper in the process. Rush, 44, of Salineville, was clearly intoxicated and admitting drinking many beers that night. Rush said she and her friend, John Thomas, had gone to the cemetery and the car brakes gave out.

– Rayanne Cutwright, Endley Road, Lisbon, reported at 10:13 p.m. Saturday she wanted a man removed from her property but he left prior to the deputy’s arrival. Cutwright said the man’s name was Steve and he lived in the woods behind her property, and a neighbor told her he is a sex offender. Another deputy reported two nights before getting a call about a man sleeping in a motor vehicle and identified the person as a registered sex offender from South Carolina, which had a warrant for his arrest. South Carolina was not interested in having him returned, however, because it was outside their pick-up range.

– Amber Westfall, Harry Street, Lisbon, reported Saturday her dog was missing and she believes it was abducted, even though the canine was running loose when it turned up missing.

– Tera Reed of Rochester, Pa., reported Friday being stalked by her ex-husband, who lives on Pine Hollow Road, Elkton. Reed was advised to consider obtaining a protection order in her home county and to call back if she is in Columbiana County and he begins following her around.

– Newspaper delivery person George Eaton reported coming across a car with its light flashing in the parking lot of Walt’s Auto Body, state Route 7, Columbiana, at 2:35 a.m. Friday. The deputy determined there did not appear to be anything wrong but advised the dispatcher to contact the owner.

– Richard McCullough, manager of the Frola Motel, state Route 45, Lisbon, reported Thursday having problems with a customer over a rented room when the man began making threats.

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– Alvin Carnes, Riffle Road, Rogers, reported Saturday his ATV was stolen from the property.

– Brenda Hawk, Hazel Run Road, Salineville, called for a deputy at 12:43 p.m. Saturday in regard to a property-line dispute with her neighbor, Tim Maple, over mowing. Maple showed the deputy the survey, and the deputy advised the parties to stay away from each other. He also told the Hawks to stay away from the property line when mowing.

-A deputy was called to the home of Christopher Fritz, North Street, Beloit, at 2 a.m. Saturday in regard to a possible burglary. The deputy arrived and charged Steven B. Smarr for burglary.

– A deputy was called to Paradise Lake Campground in Hanover Township at 9:20 a.m. Saturday, where Shirl Berry of Carrollton reported someone drove her golf cart through the mud, damaging a tire. Other campers said there was a prior incident involving juveniles driving someone else’s golf cart.

-Thomas Kellogg, a foreman for Norfolk-Southern Railroad, reported finding vandalism Saturday on the side track near the Salineville sewage treatment plant.

– Brian D. Shaner was cited for speeding for driving 52 mph in a 40 mph zone on state Route 154 in Negley at 12:33 p.m. Saturday.

– Amanda N. Hinton, 38, was cited for speeding for driving 76 mph in a 65 mph zone on state Route 11 in Madison Township at 10:07 a.m. Saturday.

– A deputy was called to an accident in the parking lot of the 7 & 30 Superette, state Route 7, Madison Township, at 9:25 a.m. Saturday, where employee Aimee E. Benton was moving a U-Haul truck when she struck the rear of a Cadillac belonging to William Baer.

– Margaret and Gary Gorby, state Route 164, East Palestine, reported their house trailer was burglarized between 4:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. Friday, and two DVDs and a TV were stolen. Entry was gained by breaking a bedroom window.

– Steve Able called for a deputy to patrol the grounds around Hall Park, Whinnery Road, Salem, at 7:11 p.m. June 3 after an irate parent was ejected from the game.

– Paul Simmons of Peace Valley Orchards, Adams Road, Rogers, reported June 3 that several trees were stolen, and this has occurred before.

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– A Hibbetts Mill Road, Wellsville, woman reported her boyfriend took her vehicle while they were in the CF Bank parking lot in Wellsville. She was advised to contact Wellsville police to file a report.

– A Churchhill Road, Lisbon, man reported a burglary at a home he owns on Applegate Road which has been empty for two months while he prepares to move into it. Someone removed the copper plumbing from the house and batteries from a mower and excavator and a weedeater from the barn across the street.

– A Steubenville-Pike Road, Lisbon, man reported he has been having problems with for two years with his niece and her husband who live behind him on adjoining property. Most recently, he reported, they mowed two feet onto his property along a 40-foot strip of land. He told deputies he wants it to stop or there will be problems. He was advised not to be making threats. Deputies spoke to his niece and her husband, telling them they are not wanted on his property. They agreed, saying they plan on having a survey done to determine the property line.

– Brian McCormick, Poland, reported going to his ex-girlfriend’s home on Winona Road to pick up his children but they were not there. Her boyfriend came out, yelling and trying to start a fight and told McCormick to get off the property. When McCormick said he could not make him leave, his ex-girlfriend then yelled at him to leave. As he walked to his vehicle, McCormick reported, the boyfriend started yelling and wanted to fight but went back into the house when he heard McCormick talking to the sheriff’s department. He was advised to speak to an attorney about an alternative method of picking up the children.

– Deputies were dispatched to Steubenville-Pike Road near Endley Road in Lisbon for a man passed out in a vehicle. They found A Endley Road, Lisbon, man sleeping in his truck. He said the battery was dead and was given a courtesy ride home.

– An Eastlake Road, Lisbon, woman reported a man out of control at the Causeway Campground, but he was gone when deputies arrived.

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– Someone reported suspicious vehicles at the Highlandtown Methodist Church on Steubenville Pike in Highlandtown at 9:54 p.m. Wednesday. Deputies checked the area around the church, but found nothing out of the ordinary.

– Don Mullins, Hamilton Road, East Palestine, reported at 4:13 p.m. Wednesday a vehicle pulled into his driveway and the man in the passenger seat began yelling at him about cutting up a minnow net in the creek. Mullins told the man he did not know what he was talking about, which led to an argument and the other man allegedly threatened to kill both Mullins and his cattle. Mullins told deputies he just did not want the person back on his property and gave them the license plate number. The plate number was traced to a man on West Street in East Palestine, who admitted he and his wife were there and someone had cut up his net, which has happened before. Deputies told him not to return to Mullins’ property.

– Lisa Whaley, Conkle Road, Salem, reported at 5:09 p.m. Wednesday someone was breaking into her home at that time. Deputies found Robert Sterling and Roxannie Cope in the driveway. Sterling, Whaley’s ex-boyfriend, had recently sold the property to Cope and had moved out about a week ago. Deputies have previously told Cope she needs to evict Whaley, but Cope said her attorney told her she could go there and into the house without notifying Whaley. Whaley and the children showed deputies pry marks they claimed were made by Sterling attempting to get inside the back sliding door. After consulting with the prosecutor’s office, deputies reiterated to Sterling and Cope they need to evict Whaley and they cannot break into the house while people are living there.

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– A state Route 7, New Waterford, man reported at 9:31 a.m. Tuesday his girlfriend, who has schizophrenic mental issues, stopped taking her medication about three or four days ago and has become irrational. Early Tuesday she reportedly packed her clothes and said she was going back to Texas to save the children. After listening to several bizarre stories from the girlfriend and seeing her become rather agitated, deputies had her sent for medical evaluation.

– A Fairfield School Road, Lisbon, woman reported at 4:50 a.m. Tuesday there was a disturbance at a neighbors home with three or four people arguing and one walking toward the woods. Deputies spoke to the neighbor who said he and a man he knows had been drinking and after the man left he found Ritalin pills missing. Deputies checked the area, but did not find the man. Later Tuesday afternoon, the man called deputies again to report he located his misplaced medication.

– Ken Baer of Rogers Sale, old state Route 154, Rogers, reported at 2:55 p.m. Monday his maintenance person discovered an older model green Ford F-250 pickup behind one of the trailers. It reportedly had not been there two days earlier when the same person mowed the grass. The pickup had been reported stolen from the Rogers Sale on May 13. Dispatchers called the owner, Leslie Lechman, Rochester, Pa., who went to get the truck on Tuesday and claimed the tailgate, ladder racks and an air compressor were missing from the truck.

– Niles police requested deputies check a Jimtown Road home for a 17-year-old girl who was being reported as a runaway at 12:55 p.m. Tuesday. Deputies found the girl at the residence and dispatchers contacted her mother, who came and took custody of her.

– A Teegarden Road, Salem, man reported at 7:56 a.m. Tuesday a man he did not know came to his house at 7:15 a.m. claiming he ran out of gas.

– A state Route 39, Wellsville, woman reported at 6:41 p.m. Monday sometime between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. someone stole two rocking chairs off her front porch. She also believed someone tried to get into her garage and broke her Craftsman garage door opener.

– Scott Caron, Performance GMC, state Route 7, Columbiana, reported at 1:25 p.m. Monday on April 30 the dealership sold a used truck to a man from Columbus. While the paperwork was completed the man took a dealer license plate from the salesman’s desk. Caron has called the customer several times and requested the plate be returned. The customer reportedly admits he has the dealer plate, but claims it was given to him by the salesman.

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– An Endley Road, Lisbon, man reported at 6:24 p.m. Monday his neighbor continues to come onto his property and refuses to leave. The neighbor left before deputies arrived.

– A man reported two girls standing in the roadway in the area of Lisbon Road and St. Jacobs Logtown Road at 4:51 p.m. Monday. Deputies found three young teens standing along the roadway near a memorial. Deputies reminded them to stand off the road while paying their respects to avoid an accident.

– A state Route 45, Wellsville, woman reported at 3:38 p.m. Monday a woman called her claiming she was from a collection agency called ERS trying to collect for sex hotline calls charged to her address. The Wellsville resident explained she did not make any phone calls and refused to send them information the woman requested because she was uncertain whether ERS is a legitimate company.

– A Buck Road, Beloit, woman reported at 2:16 p.m. Monday someone stole between 30 and 36 alprazolam and 15 to 18 prozac tablets from a lock box in her bedroom.

– A Bethesda Road, Hanoverton, woman reported at 2:13 p.m. Monday a man she knows continually calls her. On Monday she texted him and told him to stop. At that point, he seemed to have stopped.

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– The Mahoning county Sheriff’s Department reported at 11:20 p.m. Saturday a suspicious vehicle was reported in the area of Farmers Bank, U.S. Route 62, Damascus. No vehicle was there when deputies arrived.

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– George Bell, state Route 62, Salem, reported at 8 a.m. Sunday someone attempted to break into his shed.

– Deputies went to a Y&O Road, Lisbon, home at 1:47 p.m. Saturday and spoke with Frank Cornell who said he and his wife had an argument earlier and she left and so he told her that he had taken some blood pressure pills hoping she would come back home. Cornell said he did not take any pills or try to hurt himself in any way. Victoria Cornell told deputies her husband had told her he had taken 20 blood pressure pills so she called 911 and came home. Deputies warned Mr. Cornell of the consequences of reporting false allegations to his wife or anyone else. Mr. Cornell again said he had no intentions of hurting himself or anyone else.

– Katherine Delauder, Johnson Road, Madison Township, reported at 6:38 a.m. Saturday she was awoken by someone beating on the front door and looked outside to see a man swinging a crowbar at the door. She said she also saw the man hit the passenger side rear of her mother’s vehicle that was in the driveway.

– William May, state Route 62, Salem, reported at 8:29 a.m. Sunday his vehicle was entered while parked in the garage although nothing was found missing.

– William Fraley, Clarks Mill Road, Salineville, reported at 6:44 a.m. Saturday his garage was egged and toilet paper was thrown about his yard.

– Jeanie Dilling, Churchill Road, reported at 9:30 p.m. Saturday people were riding four-wheelers on the road. A deputy checked the area but did not find any ATVs.

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– Jerry P. Jackson, state Route 45, Lisbon, reported at 12:58 a.m. Saturday his live-in girlfriend was throwing things at him and had struck him with a glass cigarette ashtray. He did not wish to press charges.

– Gregory S. Cummings, 22, Madison Drive, East Liverpool, was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia on Saturday from a Dec. 16 vehicle accident he was in on Y&O Road.

– Brenda Palmer, Hazel Run Road, Wellsville, reported at 1:50 p.m. Friday someone stole her wallet at Rogers Community Auction.

– Jerry Petros, Cypress Avenue, Louisville, reported at 3 p.m. Friday he bought a silver bar that was marked as such at the Rogers Community Auction but he later found it to be a silver plated copper bar.

– Tracy Possage reported at 12:16 p.m. Friday that while at her mother’s house on Hillcrest Road in Wellsville, her brother threatened to kick her dog and threatened her with a knife as well as threw a dresser drawer at her 10-year-old daughter. She also reported he has threatened to burn down her mother’s house on more than one occasion. Deputies took Justin L. Baker, Hillcrest Road, Wellsville, in custody.

– Allen Johnson, address not listed, reported at 8:54 a.m. Friday he hired a man a month ago to put a new metal roof on a building on Hammond School Road. The man had completed the roof until he came to the edging fascia, which would not fit correctly so Johnson said he went to return the piece but had returned the wrong fascia and had to wait for a newly ordered one to come in at Lowe’s and when the man hired to replace the roof returned he could not complete it because the piece had not come in and so he left to return another day. In the meantime Johnson said he hired another person to finish the roof and the original man he hired returned Friday and an argument ensued over the ladder he had been using. A deputy spoke with the man who said he had not signed a contract with Johnson for the work.