– New Waterford EMS and deputies checked the area of Creek Road after someone reported a vehicle in a field with the driver passed out at 8:53 p.m. Sunday. No vehicle was found.
– A Lower Elkton Road, Columbiana, woman reported at 10:11 p.m. Sunday she and her husband had argued for the past few days and when she left on Sunday she was locked out of the house. Deputies spoke to her husband, who said he believed his wife’s pregnancy was causing the arguments and agreed to go to his mother’s for the night. Both said they are only arguing with no violence or threats.
– A Georgetown Road, Salem, woman reported at 4 p.m. Sunday there was a suspicious item on the porch. Deputies recovered a plastic cup containing eight insulin syringes, some appearing used.
– A Linda Way, New Waterford, woman reported at 8:31 a.m. Monday sometime over the weekend someone accessed her debit card account with charges made at three locations in Illinois on June 22 – Jewel for $306, Footlocker for $98 and Office Max for $381.
– A Haiti Road, Salineville, woman reported at 7:16 a.m. Monday she and her children have placed all their things in a U-Haul to move to South Carolina, but her 13-year-old daughter was refusing to go. The mother had made arrangements so the teen could stay with her grandparents in Ohio, but the teen wanted to live with her father in Salem. After deputies explained her options were her grandparents in Ohio or her mother in South Carolina, the girl decided to move with her mother.
– A Global Pak, Columbiana-Lisbon Road, Columbiana, man reported at 10:09 a.m. Monday there were three piles of decaying cut grass left on the lawn and a large pile of fresh cut grass on the picnic table along with a warning note regarding a property stake being pulled and a telephone pole’s location. The man said he was going to go talk to the neighbor, but decided it may cause a confrontation, so he asked deputies to speak with the neighbor instead.
– A Waterford Road man reported at 3:54 a.m. Monday there were people in the field at the pond across the road causing noise. Deputies spoke to someone there, who said it was his grandfather’s property and he had permission to be there. He was warned to keep the noise down.
– A state Route 644, Salineville, man reported at 10:02 p.m. Sunday his ex-wife was sending him cursing text messages and he wanted a protection order. He was told he must go through the court.
– A Hazel Run Road, Salineville, man reported at 3:17 p.m. Sunday someone was setting off some type of bomb in the area and it shook the house. Deputies checked the area, but did not find anyone.
– A Smith Road, Negley, man reported at 2:12 p.m. Sunday someone smashed his mailbox and pulled it from the ground. He found his box further down the road with his mail strewn about. The neighbor’s mailbox was damaged as well.
– A state Route 164, Lisbon, man reported at 11:06 a.m. Monday he found the man door on his garage was ajar earlier and his table saw had been pulled toward the front door.
– A Dunn Road, East Liverpool, man reported at 2:11 p.m. Monday someone vandalized his fence. Deputies spoke him later Monday evening and learned he had since spoke to his neighbor, who has offered to pay for the repairs.
– A Springfield Road, North Lima, man reported at 11:45 a.m. Monday he placed several sets of two-tone purple lilacs on his wife’s grave at Crest Haven Cemetery in March. The flowers were there on Thursday, but gone when he returned on Sunday. Flowers on the graves of his other family members were still there.
– A Westville Lake Road, Beloit, man reported at 11:15 a.m. Monday someone entered his property on U.S. 62, pulling an old heating oil tank from the high weeds and placing it into the field. He said someone spray-painted on the tank, telling him he has until a certain date to get the area cleaned up.
– A state Route 164, Lisbon, man reported at 10:06 a.m. Monday he noticed a man door on the east side of a building behind his home was open at 6 a.m. and found a plasma cutter missing from the building.
– A Malone Road, Salineville, woman reported at 11:55 p.m. Monday someone was throwing eggs at cars near the pizza shop on Main Street. No one was located.
– A U.S. 30, Minerva, woman reported at 7:05 a.m. Monday someone stole a lawn mower sometime overnight. The mower had been sitting in her yard for sale.
-A Conkle Road, Salem, woman reported suspicious activity Thursday night, but deputies searched and found nothing out of the ordinary.
– A Scotts Mill Road, Rogers, man reported suspicious activity Thursday afternoon on state Route 154 between Negley and Rogers, but deputies found nothing.
– Deputies responded Thursday evening to state Route 170, East Palestine, where a man reported a dispute with his girlfriend whom he wanted to move out. He was advised he would have to go through the eviction process.
– Deputies were dispatched Thursday night to a vacant residence on Hatcher Road for a possible burglary, but they found everything secure.
– A man from Old Monroeville Heights, Salineville, reported Thursday his wife left him for another man. He called to talk to his wife and the other man asked to speak to him then began yelling at him and telling him he had better not see him. He wanted a report on file.
– A Neeld Road, East Palestine, woman reported Thursday a man she knows has been telling her to kill herself and that he is going to take her kids. He has also posted other comments on Facebook about her, she reported, saying her attorney wanted her to file a report.
– A Holmeswood Drive, Winona, woman reported Thursday she had posted a horse saddle for sale on horseclick.com and received a response from a man who agreed to pay $350. He sent a check for $1,950 by FedEx then text her to say he had written the wrong amount on the check and for her to cash it, send him $1,550 and keep an additional $50 above the price of the saddle for her trouble. She followed his instructions and then found his account did not have sufficient funds for the check he had written, according to deputies. The bank advised her the account is being investigated by the FBI. She was advised by deputies to contact her bank’s fraud department.