– A Wheathill Road, East Palestine, resident reported at 12:27 p.m. Tuesday her live-in boyfriend’s cousin came to the house while her boyfriend was at work and struck her. She told deputies the cousin then threatened her for the second time in the past 24 months on her property.
– A deputy on patrol found three vehicles and five teens in the parking lot near the stadium at Crestview Schools at 2:39 a.m. Wednesday. Their parents were notified and the drivers were sent home and the passenger in one vehicle was given a ride.
– Rick Hall of Buck Run Aggregate, Negley, reported at 7:04 a.m. Tuesday when he came to work he found someone entered the office overnight by sliding a window open, entered a file cabinet and took $186.
– An Academy Street, Salineville, resident reported at 5:34 a.m. Tuesday sometime overnight someone, possibly her daughter, took her car. While gathering information her 19-year-old daughter pulled into the drive. She had not had permission to take the car. The daughter said she took the car to try to retrieve her brother’s wallet after someone she knew took it. The mother decided not to prosecute.
– A Brookfield Road, Lisbon, resident reported at 11:52 p.m. Tuesday he has been receiving numerous text messages from someone he knows. Deputies attempted to contact the man, but only were able to leave a message.
– A Depot Road, Lisbon, resident reported a domestic dispute at 10:33 p.m. Tuesday. When deputies arrived, the resident’s daughter, Cora Jenkins, 28, was standing next to her vehicle with her 4-year-old daughter. She then began screaming at the resident. Deputies attempted to learn the cause of the argument, which had something to do with a laptop Jenkins wanted to use. However, Jenkins refused to calm down or cooperate so deputies could get more information. She was charged with disorderly conduct and transported to the county jail.
– A Wildwood Drive, Beloit, resident reported at 4:31 p.m. June 19 someone stole his boat on Westville Lake. He found it on the other side of the lake later and the person had attempted to sink the boat by pulling the plug. Several items were taken from the boat including a new, black Marinecraft battery, two blue soft-cushioned chairs and two silver and black oars.
– A Teegarden Road, Lisbon, resident reported at 7:28 p.m. June 19 he was assaulted by two women. However, deputies spoke to several witnesses who claimed the resident probably received the injury to his lip when he assaulted the man he rents from and they both lost their balance falling to the ground. The resident was intoxicated and was told to go sleep it off.
– Wes Burt, state Route 517, Lisbon, reported at 12:50 p.m. Saturday a small red car pulled into his driveway and up toward the barn while he was sitting on the front porch with his daughter. They noticed someone from the car was taking pictures of the house. He got in his vehicle and drove toward them and the red car took off at a high rate of speed toward LIsbon. He provided deputies with the license plate number.
– A state Route 558, Leetonia, resident reported at 2:53 p.m. Saturday his daughter’s ex-boyfriend showed up at their home, yelling at them and driving through the bean and corn fields. The ex-boyfriend is reportedly 16 years old but does not have a license.
– Sherry Goddard, no address listed, reported a domestic dispute between her son and his girlfriend at 12:01 p.m. Saturday. Brian Gribble, 29, Middle Street, Homeworth, told deputies he was in the process of moving out when his soon-to-be ex-girlfriend started an argument with him. She reportedly tried to remove his dirt bike from the back of the truck he had loaded it into, started spitting on him and grabbed him around the neck. After choking him, she then allegedly pushed him into the trailer outside and struck his forehead, where he had ice applied while talking to deputies. The girlfriend, Tiffany Nixon, 29, told deputies the dirt bike belongs to her children. She admitted to grabbing him by the throat and choking him, but claimed it was because he kicked her in the chest causing a red mark and both were spitting on each other. Statements were also taken from witnesses and both Gribble and Nixon were charged with domestic violence.
– Deputies checked a home on Butcher Road, Salem, at 10:23 p.m. Friday after both the front and back door were left open. Nothing appeared to be out of place.
– A woman was reported walking along the roadway toward Summer Fun Pools near West Point at 8:25 p.m. Friday. Sandra Guerro, Guy Road, Lisbon, told deputies she and her live-in boyfriend, David Locke, had an argument and she left to calm down. Deputies had two warrants for Locke and he was taken into custody.
– A Ridge Road, East Rochester, resident reported at 2:27 p.m. Friday someone stole several tools from his garage some time after Tuesday.
– A Pittsburgh, Pa., resident reported at 2:38 p.m. Friday she was looking at items near a stand at Rogers Sale when a truck’s passenger mirror struck her right arm. Another person followed the vehicle and got the license plate number. The driver was identified as a Hubbard man. Hubbard police spoke to the man, who reportedly admitted to being at the sale and said while he was driving through one of the lanes someone ran into his truck.
– A Madison Avenue, Salineville, resident reported at 7:40 a.m. Saturday she and her husband had a disagreement and he broke the coffee pot and her children’s assistance card. He left before deputies arrived, and she declined to press charges.
– A, state Route 644, Kensington, resident reported at 8:56 a.m. Saturday, a vehicle was parked in the church parking lot on Canal Street. Deputies located the vehicle and identified the two people inside. They told deputies the vehicle was overheating and they were waiting for it to cool down.
– A Salem 16-year-old girl reported at 2:59 a.m. Tuesday she stayed the night at a girlfriend’s home on Campbell Road, Hanoverton, on June 8 when she received a call from her ex-boyfriend, Brice Cushman, asking her to come outside. He had reportedly been drinking and was yelling at her about their failed relationship. He then allegedly beat and kicked her vehicle in anger, making dents. She told him to leave and went inside, then he reportedly wrecked his vehicle into the ditch while leaving. The home’s owner reported the ex-boyfriend also yelled and cursed at him. Deputies had found the vehicle that night and towed it. They reported multiple beer cans scattered around the vehicle in the ditch. Cushman, 19, Pearce Circle, Salem, was charged with criminal damaging.
– A state Route 517, Columbiana, resident reported at 2:27 p.m. Friday someone left the gate open, and his cows got onto the roadway. The resident told deputies his brother, who lives with him, is going through a divorce, and his wife lives next door. He said he placed a padlock on the gate to prevent it from being opened again. Deputies spoke to the brother’s wife, who claims the gate to the fence is on her property and there were never any cows in there before. Deputies warned her if the gate is left open intentionally and the cows get hit on the roadway, it could result in criminal charges.
– A Martha Street, East Liverpool, resident reported at 4:27 p.m. Friday the county road department parked its equipment on her property on Teegarden Road. The road department was closed, and she left a message there. Deputies told her who to call in morning.
– A Bouquet Street, Negley, resident reported at 3:51 a.m. Thursday someone was hiding in the shadows around the church on Richardson Avenue. Deputies did not find the person, who the resident said she recognized and has seen there several times before.
– A Rose Drive, Lisbon, resident reported at 2:02 a.m. Thursday an intoxicated neighbor came over and began pounding on their door. The resident denied claims by the neighbor that she had been calling her repeatedly. The neighbor was told by deputies to go home and stay there.
– A Washington Street, Salineville, resident reported at 4:21 p.m. Wednesday that a West Spruce Street, Lisbon, resident was backing from a parking space in the Sparkle parking lot in Lisbon, when he struck his vehicle. Both men exchanged insurance information.
– Several people were reported to the Mahoning County Sheriff’s Office for arguing at the Butler Mobile Park on U.S. Route 62, Salem, at 8:33 p.m. Wednesday. Deputies spoke to several of the people involved, who said there was an argument between some children and then some adults got involved. They had worked everything out before deputies arrived.
– Someone reported at 6:01 p.m. Wednesday someone needed removed from an Endley Road, Lisbon, home . Deputies found Billy Brown coming off the porch, intoxicated and refusing to listen when they arrived. Brown, 51, Endley Road, Lisbon, was charged with criminal trespassing and disorderly conduct.