– Deputies intercepted a 17-year-old runaway boy at the corner of Jackson and East Washington streets just outside Lisbon at 1:09 p.m. Monday. The boy, who lives in the nearby Twin Oaks Trailer Park, said he had packed his things and left for a friend’s house because his mother had been yelling at him all day about doing his chores and then took his cell phone. The deputy took the boy home, and arrangements were made for him to go to his aunt’s home in East Liverpool.

– A Steubenville Pike Road, Lisbon, man reported at 2:07 p.m. Monday his brother, who lives next door, had threatened to cut his throat because he was erecting a fence along the property line. The brother said they had been arguing for years but he never threatened him. The parties were advised to stay away from each other.

– A woman called at 12:11 a.m. Tuesday to say she was punched in the face by her daughter. When asked for an address, Hayes said she was at a friend’s house and demurred about getting the address before hanging up. The deputy called back but was unable to reach her.

– A deputy was called to the home of Darryl Davis, Sprucevale Road, Rogers, at 2 p.m. Monday, where Davis’ ex-girlfriend, Cindy McHugh, was in the process of moving out and was being assisted by her sister, Kelly Komo, when a dispute occurred. According to the report, McHugh and Komo grabbed at Davis’ daughter, and Davis told them to take his pickup and leave. After his arrival, the deputy waited for them to return the truck, and when they failed to do so, he filled out a stolen vehicle report. The deputy left but was called back to the home after learning the truck had been returned and McHugh and Komo were refusing to hand over the keys. The pair handed the keys over the deputy after he arrived and then said they had been assaulted during the original confrontation but will decide later whether to pursue charges.

– A Bowman Road, Homeworth, woman reported Monday being involved in a dispute over her ex-husband wanting her to move out of the residence. The parties were advised this was a civil matter.

-A caller reported finding furniture and other items dumped off Walters Road in West Township at 5:39 p.m. Monday.

– A Foundry Hill Road, Hanoverton, man reported arriving home at 4:20 p.m. Monday to find his home had been entered, ransacked and some items stolen. Entry was believed to have occurred through an unlocked bedroom window.


– A resident of Beard Road, New Springfield, reported at 2:09 a.m. Monday someone was shooting off a propane cannon every five minutes and it was keeping him awake. The deputy arrived and could hear the cannon and determined it was coming from the Leonard Ridzon property. The deputy went to the Ridzon residence and also left a message.

– A Parkview Road, Guilford Lake, man reported a drunken man by the name of Brian stumbled into his home at 5 a.m. Sunday, advising he was there to stay. The homeowner managed to force the man back outside, where the deputy found him around a nearby bonfire. Brian had apparently attended a wedding held nearby and had too much to drink. The caller declined to file charges, and the other people in the group assured the deputy they would put Brian to bed.

– A resident of Dyke Road, Rogers, reported at 12:16 a.m. Monday her boyfriend and his brother were selling drugs from the property. When she told them she disapproved, her boyfriend’s brother threw her to the ground twice. Then the boyfriend became irate and shoved his girlfriend to the ground and then the brother began threatening her. After pulling out the phone lines and disabling her cell phone, the boyfriend and his brother left, with the brother taking her vehicle. Theft charges are being pursued.

– A Stateline Road, Negley, woman reported at 10 p.m. Sunday a man walked into her home but turned around, saying was looking for the White Thorn Lodge, which is across the road.

– A Leetonia Road, Salem, woman reported there was a suspicious vehicle next door at 10:24 p.m. July 26 but it turned out to be new tenants moving in. A deputy arrived and confirmed it was the new tenants.

– A barking dog complaint was received on Virginia Avenue, New Waterford, at 8:49 p.m. Sunday. A deputy sat stationary for a period and all was quiet.

-A Spring Valley Road, Salineville, man reported suspicious activity at 5:10 p.m. Sunday, but it turned out to be some people mowing grass.

– A Whipporwill Road, Hanoverton, woman reported ATV riders were on the road at 3:35 p.m. Sunday, but the deputy did not see any such activity when he arrived. She had also called the day before.

– A 17-year-old girl who lives on James Drive, Wellsville, reported being punched by her older brother at 10 p.m. Sunday, but she declined to press charges.

– An Alliance man reported Saturday his camper at Westville Lake had been broken into, and stolen were a mattress, fishing poles, TV converter, lawn chairs, and towels.

– A woman from Woodsdale Road, Salem, reported July 25 she believes she is being stalked by her neighbor, who showed up where she was shopping and then waited for her to leave. She said there were other incidents to make her think he was stalking her.

– A Hanoverton woman reported at 3:23 p.m. Saturday a neighbor was riding his four-wheeler on the road. Police warned the man not to ride on the road.

– A state Route 517, Lisbon, woman reported at 12:36 p.m. Sunday a telephone box was ripped off the side of her house. She told a deputy she believed the recent storm brought the wires down but noticed the box ripped off earlier that day. The deputy found the wires and determined a vehicle westbound on state Route 517 snagged them and pulled them down. There was no evidence the wires had been cut.

– A Padgett Road, East Palestine, man reported at 11:16 a.m. Sunday cows were loose on the property. The cows were corralled before a deputy arrived.

– A McKaig Road, Hanoverton, man reported at 1:56 p.m. Saturday he wanted his girlfriend removed from the home. A deputy told him he would need to evict her if he wanted her out, since she currently lives at there.

– A woman reported at 2:57 a.m. Saturday that while driving past Rogers Food and Fuel on Depot Street in Rogers she saw a bald man pumping gas and then attempt to pull on the doors to get inside. A deputy checked the area but the man was gone.

– A Rogers Food and Fuel employee reported at 7:13 a.m. Saturday another employee has been caught stealing items from the workplace by other employees and the store owner refuses to terminate her.

– Someone reported at 3 a.m. Saturday fireworks were being set off on Center Avenue in Lisbon. A deputy checked the area and found no one setting off fireworks.


– An argument was reported at a Minerva home at 3:39 a.m. Friday. Deputies found a woman intoxicated, yelling at her boyfriend and waking up the children. Deputies told her to go to bed and if they had to come back she could face criminal charges.

– A Winona Road, Salem, woman reported at 12:02 p.m. Thursday her 16-year-old son is receiving threatening text messages from another 16-year-old boy, because the two boys are interested in the same girl. Lt. Alan Young saw the text messages contained threats from both boys and noted if one boy was charged, both would be charged.

– A Roseland Drive, Lisbon, woman reported people arguing in the field at 8:10 p.m. Thursday. Freddie L. Levenhagen, 45, Rose Drive, Lisbon, was charged with disorderly conduct after deputies were called back a third time and after deputies had warned the people there, including Levenhagen to stop yelling at each other prompting other residents to call the sheriff’s department.

– A Votaw Drive, Lisbon, man reported at 5:24 p.m. Thursday his friend had used heroin and then collapsed in the kitchen. KLG transported the friend to Salem Community Hospital. He regained consciousness enroute.

– A James Street, East Palestine, woman reported at 4:33 p.m. Thursday her 13-year-old son had called her at about 8:40 p.m. Wednesday claiming his father was on a rampage, threw food at him and he was hiding in the woods. He begged her to pick him up and she found he had no shoes and bites all over him. She called her son’s father to tell him she had picked him up and he reportedly stated he did not care and was done with him.

– A Pancake Clarkson Road, Rogers, man reported at 8:20 a.m. Wednesday she was concerned because her neighbor was shooting guns. A deputy explained as long as the neighbor was following safe handling rules and had a proper backdrop, there was nothing to be done. Kennedy was unhappy with the explanation. The neighbor told deputies he was only shooting into the ground.

– Two neighboring residents on Davner Road, Lisbon, reported in the afternoon of July 15, someone destroyed their mailboxes overnight.


– Patty Egon, state Route 14, East Palestine, reported at 10:51 p.m. Tuesday there was a suspicious person in a vehicle in the parking lot of her business Simply French. Someone was banging on the front door. Deputy found the man had been attempting to contact the business owner to let them know his vehicle was broke down in their parking lot, and he had help on the way.

– A Teegarden Road, Lisbon, woman reported at 8:17 p.m. Wednesday her landlord caught her dog chasing sheep, took it and would not return the dog.

– A U.S. Route 30, Minerva, man reported at 7:44 p.m. Wednesday his neighbor was cutting his grass, struck the fence with the lawn mower while the dog was up to the fence barking. The dog’s nose was injured.


– A Chestnut Lane, Hanoverton, man reported at 7:49 a.m. Friday he has been having ongoing problems with the neighbors and now they are video taping him while he is out working on his property. Deputies spoke to the neighbors, who said sheriff’s deputies had told them to record the man if he was harassing them or acting strangely. Deputies told both sides to refrain from antagonizing each other.

– A Hammondsville Road, Irondale, woman reported at 9:33 p.m. Tuesday a white vehicle with duct tape on the rear bumper stopped in front of the home and someone was attempting to talk to her grandchildren. One of the grandchildren described the driver as a white teenage boy with black hair. The vehicle has reportedly been going past the house slowly for a couple of days.

– A Riffle Road, Rogers, woman reported at 5:21 p.m. Tuesday a woman has been harassing her, wanting property from the home she stays in. The owner of the property died. Deputies spoke to the woman, who said she only wanted to get an item from the home she had given to the property owner. She had already contacted a family member of the deceased home owner and did not plan to return to the home.

– East Liverpool City Hospital reported at 4:05 p.m. Tuesday a woman came to the hospital wanting her medication changed and when the doctor would not do so, she threatened to kill herself by injecting a bunch of insulin. A dispatcher contacted the woman’s husband, who said he would take her to the hospital. Deputies could not reach the couple. Alliance Community Hospital was contacted and it was learned the woman was brought into the emergency room at 5 p.m. and discharged by 5:40 p.m. with her main complaint being she wanted her medication changed.


– A state Route 558, Leetonia, woman reported at 4:34 p.m. Monday she got an online loan two years ago and paid it off. Now someone has been calling her claiming they were from an Ohio police department and she had not paid her bill. Her caller ID read only 911. Deputies told her not to give the person calling any information.

– A Hawkins Road, New Waterford, woman reported at 5:35 p.m. Monday her daughter was at her home for supervised visitation. During that time, her daughter went to the bathroom several times. She later found about 60 of her Vicodin prescription pills were missing from the cabinet. When confronted by deputies the daughter denied taking anything from her mother’s house.

– A Woodsdale Avenue, Hanoverton, woman reported at 6:08 p.m. Monday her grandson was reported missing by his step-brother in Erie, Pa. She said the step-brother also wanted her to file a report with her local police so they could trace a phone, which belongs to the woman, but she allows her grandson to use.

– Jessica Nash, Solon, and Joel Thomas, Hillcrest Road, Hanoverton, reported at 7:40 p.m. Monday someone from Chardon has been posting threatening and abusive photos and comments on Facebook. Additionally, the man has reportedly been making romantic advances toward Nash. Thomas told deputies it has been going on for three months and he has sent numerous texts requesting the man stay away from him and his girlfriend.

– Marsha Camp, state Route 45, Lisbon, reported at 9:15 a.m. Monday a semi truck struck the fuel pump at the Valero Gas Station damaging both the pump and the trailer of the truck. Two tires on the trailer blew out. The driver of the semi truck was Richard Sorrell of Sidney, Ohio.

– Abby L. Willis, 19, McGavern Road, Salineville, reported at 1:20 a.m. Saturday she went to a party with boyfriend, Virgil K. Garreston, 23, Oak Street, East Palestine. She drove her Jeep to the party, which was in the woods somewhere off state Route 45 just past West Point. While she was sitting on a rock by the creek Garreston reportedly came up, yelled at her and threw her Jeep keys somewhere in the creek. When she yelled for him to find her keys he reportedly grabbed her by the throat and threw her to the ground twice. Willis told deputies she walked out to state Route 45 and called her mother for help. Deputies attempted to help her find the party again to find the Jeep, but she could not remember where the entrance was to the woods. An assault charge was filed against Garreston.


– A Brown Street, Negley, woman reported at 12:12 a.m. Monday a few days earlier she and her husband went to leave and found someone had put tar on their door. They had to scrape the tar off in order to get out of the house. Sunday night when they came home, the door had been sealed with white caulking. Deputies suggested putting up a security camera to try to catch the person.

– A Randel Road, Hanoverton, woman reported at 3:09 p.m. Thursday the neighbor has been accusing her dogs of biting her horses. She claimed the neighbor also watches the family with binoculars and has taken the family to court about the dogs. Deputies explained the matter is a civil one.

– Brian D. Curran, 44, an inmate at the Columbiana County Jail reportedly at about 8 a.m. Friday pulled his tracheal tube required for him to breathe properly and threw it into a toilet with urine in it. He had to be transported to the Salem Community Hospital emergency department to have it reinserted. Curran had also done a similar thing on April 19, flushing the tube down the toilet. This time he was charged with disorderly conduct.

– A U.S. Route 62, Salem, man reported at 5:35 p.m. Sunday his live-in girlfriend hit him in the chest and was “wigging out” on him and his adult son. The two have been together about four years and he said he just wants her to leave. Deputies spoke to the girlfriend who claimed she hit him because he was in her face. She agreed to leave for the night.

– A Quay Road, Negley, woman reported at 6:13 p.m. Sunday her soon-to-be ex-husband came to the house to pick up the children for visitation. They argued and he claimed he could come and go as he pleased because it was still his house. She claims he moved out in December, but continues to follow her when she has the children and to work.

– A Georgetown Road, Salem, man reported at 4:40 p.m. Saturday sometime Friday night someone took the motorcycle from his property.

– A Emerick Road, Kensington, man reported at 1:22 p.m. Saturday sometime since Monday his utility trailer was stolen, as well as several items in the barn including a zero turn mower and a lawn tractor.

– A Darlington Road, Negley, man reported at 5:50 p.m. Sunday sometime in the past week someone broke into his unoccupied home taking clothes, alcohol and commercial-grade pots.

– A Brookfield Avenue, Lisbon, woman reported at 8:30 p.m. Saturday, four wheelers were on the roadway. Deputies checked the area, but did not find anyone on the road.

– A state Route 14, East Palestine, woman reported at 2:44 a.m. Sunday her roommate was moving out and woke her up to do so. Deputies explained if he threatened her or got physical with her she could call deputies, but not just because he woke her up while moving out.


– Stephen Clunk, state Route 62, Damascus, was charged Friday with domestic violence after deputies were called to the residence, where they found Clunk coming out of a garage. According to reports, Clunk had called family members while they were away from home to bring him pills for pain from surgery. At one point, he reportedly made a comment about killing one of the family members and a physical altercation also took place between Clunk and another family member.

– Greg Hruby, Bethesda Road, Hanoverton, reported he was expecting a dairy truck to come up his driveway but it was blocked by a parked vehicle. He was advised to contact a towing company to remove the vehicle if it was on his property.

– Brittany Trimble, Lisbon Street, Hanoverton, reported Saturday a man she knows against whom she has a no contact order drove a four-wheeler onto her property. When she opened the door and advised he was not allowed at her house, the man sped off, she reported.

– Deputies were called to a Black Alley residence in Salineville to remove a woman, who left without incident when advised the home owner did not want her there.

-A Chain School Road, East Palestine woman called to say a representative of the Counseling Center had visited her home and seen bruises left by her 14-year-old grandson. She has custody of her grandson, who is in counseling but who she said has been assaulting her. A report will be sent to the juvenile prosecutor for review.

– Brian Petronsky, Richardson Avenue, Negley, reported Saturday four-wheelers on state Route 154. Deputies patrolled the area but found no four-wheelers on the street.

– Marshella Richards, Union Ridge Road, Negley, reported Saturday she has been staying with her niece and her boyfriend but advised them she was moving out. The boyfriend reportedly told her to get all her things out that night or he would burn them. Richards told deputies she has a houseful of furniture and other belongings stored in his garage and would get them as soon as possible. The man was contacted and told deputies he didn’t mean what he said and will give Richards time to remove her things.


– A Bayard Road, Minerva, man reported Wednesday afternoon that while outside he saw his former nurse, whom he fired, sitting in a car in the church parking lot across the road. He said she drove off upon seeing him.

– Tim Luers of Green Pro Environmental reported Wednesday 40 to 50 straw bales were stolen from their truck parked near Forest Lanes outside Hanoverton.


– A Roberts Road, Leetonia, man reported at 9:25 a.m. Thursday his mailbox was knocked off the post last Sunday night. It was the third time in recent weeks his mailbox, which cannot be seen from the house, has been damaged.

– Deputies were called by New Waterford EMS personnel who were responding to a home on Peace Valley Road for a possible overdose at 12:44 a.m. Thursday. Deputies did not locate any signs of narcotics or drug paraphernalia. The unresponsive man was transported to a hospital for treatment.

– A domestic argument was reported at a Hill Street, Lisbon, home at 8:33 p.m. Wednesday. Deputies found the woman walking along the roadway. She left for a while after arguing with her boyfriend. The boyfriend told deputies he wanted Fisher and the children to move out of the house. Deputies explained he would have to evict them unless they went willingly.


– Megan Morrow, Maple Street, Lisbon, reported at 9:47 a.m. Wednesday she is in the process of breaking the relationship with the father of her 2-year-old daughter and called him Tuesday to make arrangements to pick up some of the child’s clothes and her 2002 Mini Cooper in the garage at his home on state Route 45, Lisbon. She had AAA en route to pick up the vehicle, but it was behind closed doors. Deputies could not get her ex-boyfriend to answer the door.

– A Homeworth Road, Homeworth, woman reported at 8:49 a.m. Wednesday she was notified on Monday by the IRS that someone used her name and Social Security number to file a tax return in Louisiana. The caller, who is retired, had not needed to file a tax return herself in the past few years.

– A Spillway Road, Lisbon, woman reported at 5:10 p.m. Tuesday a dog had been left in a van at a Rose Drive address. Deputies spoke to a couple who were there visiting the woman’s mother. They told deputies the dog had only been left alone in the van for a few minutes. Deputies saw the windows were down, the dog had food and water inside the van and it did not appear to be suffering from the heat at that time.

– A Cream Ridge Road, Lisbon, woman reported at 5 p.m. Tuesday she found five bags of garbage dumped on her property. Deputies attempted to contact the two people whose names and address appeared on the mail inside.

– A Bayard Road, Minerva, woman reported at 2:33 p.m. Tuesday a neighbor has been driving up and down the road yelling at her and her family, including making threats regarding her cars, children and house.

– An East Liverpool Road, Lisbon, woman reported at 1:55 p.m. Tuesday a man she has known for years has recently been coming to her house and asking her to have sexual relations with him. She wanted deputies to contact him and tell him to stop bothering her.


– A domestic dispute was reported at 12:11 a.m. Tuesday by Heather Courtney, Parkview Drive, Lisbon. Courtney, who had retreated to her mother’s house, told deputies her live-in boyfriend had been drinking a lot. She did not want him to drive the car he had just bought, so she took the keys and paperwork from him. He then reportedly began yelling at her, threw and broke her phone and began hitting her. She then drove the car to her mother’s house. Deputies spoke to Stephen L. Nelder, 24, Parkview Drive, Lisbon, who said Courtney took the car and they had problems, but denied touching her. He was charged with domestic violence.

– A Steubenville Pike, Lisbon, woman reported at 2:21 a.m. Tuesday while she had been at a Foundry Hill Road address she left the keys in the ignition of her car and someone took the keys.

– A Pleasantview Drive, Lisbon, woman reported at 11:42 a.m. Friday while she was away from the house for about an hour someone took $260 and multiple DVDs.

– A deputy contacted a woman who lives on Cherry Street, Homeworth, at 9:35 a.m. Monday and discovered she needed some mental help. Her son and her counselor was notified so someone could check on her.

– A Hartley Road, Homeworth, reported at 12:48 p.m. Monday he saw someone taking photos of his home and he followed the vehicle and got a plate number. Deputies contacted the owner of the vehicle, who explained she works for an asset management company which takes photos for the banks. Deputies told the homeowner, who stated they had just applied for a loan.

– A U.S. Route 30, Minerva, woman reported at 1 p.m. Monday a neighbor called Children Services about her and now when she goes outside the neighbor yells at her and calls her names. Deputies tried to reach the neighbor, but were unable to do so.

– A Circle Drive, Minerva, woman reported at 5:30 a.m. Monday there was a suspicious vehicle in the church parking lot next to her vehicle. Deputies found a pickup truck with New Hampshire plates. The driver and a woman were sleeping in the cab. They told deputies they were on their way to pick up a trailer and stopped to rest.


– Randy Loudon, Walnut Street, Damascus, reported at 9:58 a.m. Sunday a car owned by Christine Loudon was stolen from their garage. The keys were in the vehicle, described as a green 1997 Pontiac Grand Am GT.

– A Y and O Road, Wellsville, man reported at 7:58 p.m. Sunday sometime during the day someone stole a push mower from his yard.

– A Chestnut Street, Hanoverton, man reported at 7:43 p.m. Sunday he found a bullet lodged in his home.

– A state Route 45, Lisbon, woman reported at 2:27 p.m. Saturday her 14-year-old son told her the man she plans to marry was calling him names like useless. She wanted to know what to do about the situation.

– An Old Lincoln Highway, Lisbon, man reported possible domestic violence in the area of Filmore Trucking on East Liverpool Road at 5:06 a.m. Sunday. A car pulled into the lot and someone reportedly began to yell at a woman in the car. No car or people were there when deputies arrived.

– Kathy Talamantes, Walnut Ridge Road, Salineville, reported at 8:23 p.m. Sunday her boyfriend damaged the fender of her car by kicking it. Deputies spoke to George Surmaceviz, who said the vehicle is his and in his name. Both were told to stay away from each other.

– A Rollercoaster Road, Lisbon, woman reported at 3:14 p.m. Sunday she and her husband are going through a divorce and she just wanted to get her belongings and leave. Her husband was sitting in the barn and said they argued and he came outside.


– People at a address on state Route 172 reported at 8:11 p.m. Saturday they had just taken the keys from a drunk man. Deputies found the man sitting in a Jeep and he told them he wanted to die. Someone in the home told deputies he took a handful of pills and threw the bottle at the house. The man was transported to Salem Community Hospital.

– Mary Chuey, Y Camp Road in Madison Township, reported at 1:36 p.m. Saturday ATVs have been going up and down the road, throwing gravel. Deputies found someone in a red four-wheeler and spoke to him and his grandmother about staying off the roadway.

– Brian Wilson, U.S. Route 30, Hanoverton, reported at 3:05 a.m. Sunday a pickup got stuck in the mud on his property and then the man left walking toward Hanoverton. Police found the pickup with a large electric welder in the bed stuck in the mud with large ruts and a can of beer around the truck. Inside the truck was a cooler of cold beer and ice. Deputies went to the registered owner’s home, but did not find him there. A wrecker was called to remove the truck.

– An intoxicated man was reported at Buffalo Hollow at 1:24 a.m. Sunday. Staff members told deputies a volunteer staff member had started acting paranoid, began swinging at people and foaming at the mouth. He was lying on the ground, highly intoxicated when deputies arrived. After he was checked by medics, he was allowed to stay and sleep it off in the camper as long as he continued to behave.

– A domestic dispute was reported at the home of John Andrews, state Route 170, Negley, at 12:50 a.m. Sunday. Andrews told deputies his son had been arguing with his girlfriend, but the two went their separate ways before deputies arrived.

– Joshua Watkins, no address listed, reported a child custody dispute at 11:48 p.m. Friday. Watkins, who was intoxicated, met deputies at the Guilford Grille and claimed when he got home from work his soon-to-be ex-wife and her sister would not leave him alone or allow him to visit with his daughter. The wife told deputies he had been out all night drinking and became irate when he came home. He grabbed her by her hands so her sister threw him out. Deputies suggested Watkins find another place to stay for the night.

– Leah Klusch, U.S. Route 30, Lisbon, reported at 11:32 a.m. Saturday her neighbor came to her home demanding money for some wood put through the sawmill at the neighbor’s house. Klusch said her employee had left $100 at the residence when he picked up the wood, but she paid the neighbor again. She did not want the neighbor back at her home and deputies told this to the neighbor. The neighbor brought a $100 bill back to the dispatch window and left it there. Klusch was notified to pick it up.

-Jeff Seaman, Eastlake Road, Lisbon, reported at 5:50 p.m. Saturday on July 5 he found money had been taken from his savings account and transferred to his checking account. Then the money, $4,692, was sent to Spak Bruxells, Belgium.


– While driving northbound on state Route 45 at 7:56 a.m. Thursday, Deputy Brandon Hoppel saw the passenger of a vehicle about 50 yards in front of him throw a white cup of something from the window near Stookesberry Road. The deputy stopped the vehicle and cited the passenger, Donnelle Taylor, no address listed, for littering.

– Albert Beall, Foundry Hill Road, Salineville, reported at 11:44 a.m. Thursday a caller informed him he was in default of a loan. Beall told deputies he had not open any accounts, but did have checks stolen in 2008 or 2009. The caller claimed the loan was opened in 2009.

– A detective from the Fayettville, N.C., police department was looking for a Roy Collins at a state Route 14, East Palestine address. At 11:40 a.m. Thursday, deputies checked with the current resident, who said he had never heard of Roy Collins, but Andrew Sandora lives at the home. Sandora was given the number to call Fayettville.

– Mary Ellen Arabe, Gaston Road, Negley, reported at 1:53 p.m. Thursday while she was shopping on July 9 she learned someone had accessed her debit card account charging $614 to Lenova Group in Morrisville, N.C.; $713 to Tiger in Florida, and $6 to LE-Nero at an unknown location.

– Gertrude Biser, Metz Road, New Waterford, reported at 6:07 a.m. Friday her 14-year-old daughter left during the night and went to a home on St. Jacob-Logtown Road. Biser wanted deputies to go and arrest the person who drove her daughter there. Deputies told her charges would depend on if anything happened to her daughter.

– Dee Herban, Scott Drive, Alliance, reported at 12:39 p.m. Friday some of the neighborhood children saw a 10-year-old throw a rock and crack her car window. Deputies spoke to the neighbors, who said they saw the boy responsible, who had been throwing rocks at a girl and had been told to stop throwing rocks when it happened. Herban told deputies she did not want to get anyone into trouble, just get her window replaced.

– Allissa Rozenski and her sister Gloria Lykens, Elkton Road, Lisbon, reported at 2 p.m. Friday they are having problems with a man, who came to the house earlier yelling at Rozenski and then left a letter in the mailbox threatening Lykens if she did not leave him alone.

– Joshua Tennant, no address listed, reported at 7:37 a.m. Saturday his grandfather Elmer Swick used to live at a home on Y and O Road, but had moved elsewhere to live with family. He left items behind. On Saturday, four old vehicles he left there were discovered missing from the yard.


– Deputies went to a state Route 45, Salem home at 2 a.m. Friday for a report of domestic violence. A resident reported his girlfriend came home drunk and began to tear the apartment apart and at one point took a large kitchen knife and threatened him with it, at which point he left and called police. The man told deputies he believed he heard her pants rip as he left and was concerned she may have cut herself. Deputies checked the home but did not find her there. He did not wish to file charges.

– Someone reported at 11:49 p.m. Thursday a horse and donkey were loose on Fairmont Road in Lisbon. A deputy found two animals wandering in the grass and frequently crossing the road. The owners were contacted and took possession of the animals.

– An Old Irondale Road, Wellsville, woman reported at 1:23 p.m. Thursday an unauthorized purchase was made on her debit card.

-A Torma Road, Lisbon, woman reported at 12:20 p.m. July 9 her boyfriend’s ex-girlfriend sent her boyfriend a threatening text message directed at her after an incident in East Liverpool that the East Liverpool police are already investigating.

– A state Route 170, East Palestine, man reported at noon Thursday he was awakened by noises coming from his garage and found his landlord’s son inside again without permission.

– Deputies conducted a welfare check on a man and woman at a Parkview Drive home in Lisbon at 9:45 p.m. Thursday. Shortly after, deputies were called back for a verbal neighbor dispute.

– A Steubenville-Pike, Lisbon, woman reported at 8:55 p.m. Thursday someone drove up to her porch and appeared to have messed with her door in an attempt to gain entry into the home.

– A Fairfield School Road, Columbiana, woman reported at 6:16 p.m. Thursday her 16-year-old ran away again after she had filed unruly charges against him earlier that day and she believed he was headed toward Rogers. Deputies checked the area but did not find him.


-A U.S. Route 30, East Rochester, man reported at 12:27 p.m. Tuesday his credit card was used online by someone he did not know. Before he closed the account, fraudulent charges were reportedly made to Discount Tire, $608; Jegs 190 Auto Parts, $484; Kinugawa, $874; and Kick Start Motors, $840.

– A state Route 45, Lisbon, man reported at 2:57 p.m. Monday sometime between June 23 to June 29 someone took a log splitter from his home. When he saw it was missing he thought someone he knew may have borrowed it, then learned that was not the case.

– A U.S. Route 30, Lisbon, man reported at 4:46 p.m. Tuesday scrap was taken from his yard, including about $200 in aluminum rims and radiators. In the past few days, Milhoan reported other items were also taken, but he had not previously reported them. A Snap On electric impact gun was taken from his garage, which was valued at $650. A van sitting in his driveway held about $700 in old motor vehicle parts, which were also taken recently.

– Brad Hawk of Salineville Carryout reported at 6:54 a.m. Tuesday when he opened that morning he found someone pried the air conditioner duct from the back window opening and entered the building sometime overnight. The office was ransacked and the ceiling torn up, but nothing appeared to be missing.


– Nicole Jones, Depot Road, Salem, reported at 8:41 a.m. Monday she has been having problems with her neighbor using her driveway. Jones said the neighbor was involved in a domestic dispute with her brother and there is a protection order protecting the neighbor from Jones’ family. The neighbor, Margaret Keen, called deputies reporting she was harassed by Jones, who reportedly placed a large rock in the drive to prevent her from using it. Keen reported Jones then started yelling while carrying a garden hoe, which she threatened to bury into Keen’s head. Both were told to come to the sheriff’s department to give statements, but neither had as of Tuesday morning.

– A Camp Boulevard, Hanoverton, woman reported at 3:44 a.m. Tuesday she has been talking to a man online from Kentucky, who has also started messaging her so often she felt awkward about it and requested he stop. However, he refused until deputies called and told him to cease immediately.

– A Middle Beaver Road, Lisbon, man reported at 9:57 p.m. Monday he believed he heard a gunshot and then a man yelling for help across the street. Deputies checked the area, but did not find anyone around.

– A Francis Drive, Wellsville, man reported at 8:07 p.m. Monday two young children found a marijuana plant in the woods. Deputies removed the marijuana plant, which was about three feet tall.

– A Grant Street, Lisbon, woman reported at 5:31 p.m. Monday someone stole tomatoes from her garden. She also said motorcycles have been speeding past her home all hours of the day.

– A caller asked deputies to check on her brother at 9:10 p.m. Monday, after she became concerned about him due to a break-up with his girlfriend. Deputies found the brother passed out lying headfirst out the front door of his home on state Route 170, East Palestine. A spent .45-caliber casing was found next to him and a loaded .45-caliber gun was lying on the living room couch. He told deputies he fired into the ceiling and had been drinking. The bullet hole confirmed the story. He agreed to be transported for an evaluation. Both the handgun and seven live rounds were taken by deputies for safekeeping.

– Damascus Farmers National Bank employees reported at 10:31 a.m. July 2 they received a call from Anthony Yoho alerting him he was coming to take money from his mother’s account. According to bank employees, Yoho has come to the bank to do this before while intoxicated and has been aggressive with the tellers. Yoho’s name is not on the account, but his sister’s name is and she had told the bank he is not allowed to take money from the account. Deputies found Yoho has a warrant from Portage County. Deputies waited in the area for about 15 minutes, but then left to answer other calls. He arrived shortly after they left and deputies returned to take him into custody on the warrant. The bank’s manager also informed Yoho he is no longer welcome at the bank.

– Deputies checked on a 12-year-old boy in the Beloit area at 12:36 p.m. July 2 after receiving a call from someone concerned he may be being left home alone. Deputies checked on the child and learned the neighbors were watching the boy while his mother was at work.


– Someone reported a domestic dispute at a home on Maple Street, Kensington, at 10:20 p.m. Friday. A woman there told deputies she argued with the father of her child, but there were no violence or threats.

-Angela Guidoo, Dinch Road, Salineville, reported at 11:08 p.m. Sunday her fiance had been drinking for hours, became upset with her and took her car keys and cellphone. She grabbed a spare set of keys and went to a friend’s home. Later he reportedly came to her friend’s house pounding on the door and stole her company laptop computer from her car. Deputies spoke to the boyfriend, who was intoxicated. He gave them the laptop, but denied taking the keys or the cellphone. Deputies also explained Guidoo wanted to come get some of her clothes and he threatened to throw her out if she came there. Deputies explained a proper eviction process.

– After East Palestine police arrested Alex Farnsworth III, Bates Street, East Liverpool, charging him with possession of marijuana and taking him into custody on a warrant out of Beaver County, the booking department of the county jail found an additional small, marijuana cigarette inside his cigarette pack at 4:33 a.m. Monday.

– A Metz Road, New Waterford, woman reported fireworks at 5:49 p.m. Sunday. Deputies waited in the area for about 15 minutes without hearing any.

– A Macklin Road, Lisbon, woman reported at 2:56 p.m. Sunday her ex-boyfriend moved out two months ago, but called Sunday requesting the lawnmower at her home. She did not want to give it to him, because he still owes her $800. Deputies explained she could take him to civil court to get her money back.

– Tim Maple, Hazel Run Road, Salineville, reported Saturday his neighbors were again on his property cutting his grass. He believes his property line runs right beside the neighbor’s home and if they use a mower wider than 16 inches, they are on his property. This report was added by deputies to previous reports of mowing disputes between the neighbors from June.


– Tracy L. Wright, state Route 170, Negley, reported at 1:17 a.m. Friday she received a message on Facebook from an ex-boyfriend and the man she currently lives with, Dominic Stacey, started arguing with her about it. He struck her in the nose and mouth, began to choke her and threw her onto the bed. She went into the bathroom and called her aunt, who called the department and at some point he tried to slap her phone out of her hands, causing it to strike her forehead. Stacey reportedly told deputies this happened about four times this week. He was charged with domestic violence.

– A Beach Street, Beloit, woman reported at 2:18 a.m. Thursday someone entered her parked vehicle and went through the glovebox and console.

– Fred Wilkinson, no address listed, reported an accident in a field off of Winona Road and Westville Lake Road at 1:05 a.m. Thursday. A woman was sitting in the van with her two sons, who she had called after the crash. She told deputies she was uncertain what happened. She had been driving down the road and when she realized Westville Lake Road deadended, she thought she was applying the brakes, but it continued into the field and a fire started under the dash. She had thrown items out of her vehicle believing the van was on fire. Deputies did not detect any smell of alcohol.

– A North street, Beloit, man reported at 12:12 a.m. Tuesday someone stole his son’s iPod from their home and now they are receiving text messages from the iPod from someone claiming they are using their iPad.

– A disturbance was reported at the Rose Drive Apartments at 11:25 p.m. Monday. Deputies spoke to the grounds manager, who said there had been a confrontation before deputies arrived, but he had asked the disputing parties to leave.

– A man reported at 4:15 a.m. Friday there were cattle on and off the roadway in the area of Whinnery and Schneider Roads. Deputies checked the area, but found no loose cattle.

– Someone reported a teen walking along state Route 154 at 3:56 a.m. Friday. The 16-year-old had left the home of a family member who had become intoxicated and was walking up the state Route 154. Deputies found the boy and took him to meet his grandmother in Rogers.

– A Lakewood Drive, East Palestine, woman reported at 11:44 a.m. Wednesday her ex-boyfriend keeps calling her. She had blocked his cell phone, but now he was calling from another number. Deputies spoke to the ex-boyfriend, who said he has not called her and deputies could subpoena his phone records if they chose to do so. He claimed she has been texting him.

– A Smith Road, Negley, woman reported at 11:02 a.m. Wednesday her two sisters have been living with her, but they are tearing up her house by moving items around. Deputies explained the eviction process to them.

– Ron Rager of Tervita Co., North Front Street, Negley, reported at 3:04 p.m. Tuesday five Caterpillar batteries were delivered last week for some of their equipment and over the weekend someone entered the property and took the batteries. The batteries weigh about 200 pounds each and the total value of the five is $750.

– Frances and Holly Able, Front Street, Kensington, reported at 8:19 p.m. Tuesday they looked out to see a tractor trailer in their yard. The truck driver reportedly told them his GPS told him to turn up their road. The truck, owned by Western Express Trucking of Nashville, Tenn., became stuck in the yard causing multiple ruts and damage.

– A Pine Hollow Road, Lisbon, man reported at 10:45 p.m. Tuesday he heard suspicious activity and a noise which sounded like gun shots. Deputies found someone at a nearby property setting off fireworks.

– A Steubenville Pike, Lisbon, man reported at 1:15 p.m. Wednesday his Cub Cadet tractor, tree trimmer and chainsaw were missing from his garage. He last saw them on Monday and they were gone on Tuesday.

– A Quay Road, Negley, man reported at 6:07 p.m. Thursday he heard a loud explosion outside and found someone blew up his neighbor’s mailbox. He heard a vehicle leaving the area, but did not see it.

– Lloyd M. Westfall, 63, North Canton, was cited with OVI at 3:56 p.m. Thursday after he reportedly was coming northbound in a southbound lane on Jackson Street in Lisbon while approaching a police cruiser driven by Deputy Brandon Hoppel. The deputy reportedly swerved in order to avoid having a possible head-on collision with the Corvette driven by Westfall.

– While investigating a possible OVI in Lisbon at 3:56 p.m. Thursday deputies were confronted by the resident of an East Lincoln Way home. Patricia Bell reportedly walked toward deputies, claimed they were on her property and refused to cooperate with requests for her to stay out of their way and on her porch. Finally, she grabbed a bottle with a Weed Be Gone label and began spraying the police cruiser with a suspect from the OVI inside. She argued with instructions for her to leave and was charged with obstructing official business.

– A Depot Road, Lisbon, man reported at 12:57 p.m. Thursday there was suspicious activity in the area. Deputies found a black, Chevy pickup at a home in the area without a license plate on it. Deputies waited in the area for several minutes and other vehicles left the property. Deputies warned the property owner the driver of the black pickup will face a citation if found driving on the roadway or recklessly on private property.

– A Bayard Road, Minerva, woman reported at 12:56 a.m. Friday neighbors were running around the area intoxicated and one of them was attempting to get inside her vehicles by pulling on the door handles. Deputies went to the neighbors’ home and after about 20 minutes of seeing them hide and peek through the blinds, threatened to get a warrant if they did not come out to speak with deputies. The two were intoxicated and unable to stand up properly. They were warned to stay off the neighboring properties or they would be charged.

– Ross Chaplow, Metz Road, Columbiana, reported at 3:13 a.m. Friday there was a fight and people needed to be removed. Deputies found Chaplow with a torn shirt and bloody mouth and another woman with blood on her neck. The woman, Amanda Wilson, claimed she and her brother, Robert Crespo had been drinking when Chaplow and her brother began fighting. She attempted to stop it and Chaplow struck her in the mouth. She declined to pursue charges. Her van had scratchmarks on the side, which she said her friend did.

– A U.S. Route 62, Damascus, woman reported at 10:51 a.m. Thursday she is being harassed by someone she knows on Facebook. The other woman was reportedly making comments about her friendship with another person. Deputies contacted the woman, who agreed not to contact her again.

– A state Route 45, Wellsville, man reported at 1:55 p.m. Thursday he had been cleaning his rental house he is selling and noticed two bullet holes in the roof and one in the window seal. He also reported he found marijuana in the house when the tenents moved out, but he threw it away.

– A County Airport Road, East Liverpool, man reported at 2:58 p.m. Wednesday he found someone used his debit card from Home Savings and Loan to make eight purchases in New Jersey. Between June 25 and June 29 someone made the purchases totaling $1,858.

– A state Route 14, East Palestine, woman reported at 2:06 p.m. Wednesday she found her son took three of her checks and cashed two of them for $210, but did not have permission to cash them.

– Laurie Limbach of the East Rochester Post Office, Rochester Road, East Rochester, reported at 1:17 p.m. Wednesday sometime between noon and 1 p.m. someone entered the post office lobby, urinated on the carpet and tore down all the posters on the walls.

– A Longs Crossing, Leetonia, man reported at 10:56 a.m. Wednesday his name is on his father’s checking account and he was going through the checkbook when he noticed several checks missing. None of the checks had been cashed and he canceled them.

– A Bell Road, Lisbon, man reported at 11:15 a.m. Wednesday he had ordered an e-Cigarette from a company in Miami Beach, Fla., sending them $4.95 to cover the shipping as requested. However, they billed his account for another $110, which was not authorized. He did receive the product.


-Deputies responded to the 25000 block of Sandy Spring Road in Minerva at 1:46 a.m. Thursday where the complainant advised two 4-wheelers on her road and saw them get off and walk around, Two deputies checked the area but were unable to locate anything suspicious.

-A deputy responded to the7400 block of state Route 45 in Lisbon at 8:52 a.m. Thursday in reference to a stolen vehicle. The complainant and her husband said their 2006 Chevrolet Monte Carlo was missing from the garage this morning. The keys were in it and there are no current suspects.

-A deputy responded to the 300 block of W. Chestnut St. at 9:07 a.m. Wednesday in reference to a missing elderly person who left at approximately 8:30 a.m. in his car. A friend said the man was having trouble remembering things and was confused on some things and that he may have driven to Sharon, Pa. He was later found at Guilford Lake.

-A deputy responded to the Arbaugh Mini Storage in the 22000 block of U.S. 62 at 2:58 p.m. Tuesday where the complainant advised that over the past month an unknown person had changed the locks on several storage units. None of the renters have reported anything missing and there is no suspects. The complainant said one renter advised him that her lock was changed and someone had rummaged through the unit. A deputy attempted to contact the person but the voice mail was not working.


– A Westville Lake, Beloit, woman reported at 5:02 p.m. Tuesday she was at the Damascus Auction between 1:30 and 2 p.m. when someone struck her F-250 pickup on the passenger side back end.

– A Hunters Camp Road, Lisbon, man reported at 4:42 p.m. Tuesday someone attempted to use his Chase card in Winsor, N.J., at a WalMart for $352. The bank denied the transaction and notified him.

– An Alderlick Road, Salineville, woman reported at 3:13 a.m. Tuesday she could hear someone in her barns on her intercom. Deputies checked the area, but did not find anyone.


– A Woodville Road, Leetonia, woman reported at 1 p.m. Friday she and her husband are trying to sell a time share in Palm Beach County, Fla. and she received a call from someone posing as an officer of the court. They convinced her to send $2,200 in court fees to release the money from the sale of the time share. In retrospect she realized all the information they gave her is available in an online public record. She was concerned about losing a total of $2,370 and her bank account number.

– An East Liverpool woman reported at 4:28 a.m. Tuesday that at 2:30 a.m. she went to pick up her brother in Wellsville to give him a ride to work. He seemed like he may have been impaired and she asked him why he was going to work this way. He reportedly threatened her, drawing back his fist like he was going to punch her while she drove and telling her he would burn the car if she refused to continue transporting him to work.

– A woman was reported passed out in the grass in the area of Rose Drive Apartments outside Lisbon at 4:19 a.m. Tuesday. Deputies checked the area, but did not locate her.

– A state Route 45, Lisbon, resident reported at 7:14 p.m. Monday she received a phone call from a woman and told her it was a wrong number. The woman continued to call and text, even after the resident told her to stop. Deputies talked to the woman and explained if she continued to call and text she could be charged with telecommunication harassment.

– A Oakridge Road, Wellsville, man reported at 7:04 p.m. Monday there were suspicious vehicles at the Oakridge Church. Deputies headed in that direction, but he called back to report they left.

– A state Route 164, Lisbon, resident reported at 3:57 p.m. Monday he received a threatening phone call from a man. He does not know the person, but was concerned for his family’s safety.

– A U.S. Route 30, Hanoverton, woman reported at 3:27 p.m. Monday she talked on the phone to a man from John and Helen’s Bar in Hanoverton and he threatened her. Deputies spoke to the man, who said he did not make a threat. He knew her and wanted to tell her they had nothing to do with the fireworks or possible gun shots the other night. Deputies told the man to have no further contact with her.

– A Homeworth Road, Alliance, man reported at 2:35 p.m. Monday he was having problems with a neighbor, who when he was mowing came out yelling. The neighbor claimed he extended the pasture to be spiteful, but he said he extended it to pasture his horses. He admitted he mowed around some pine trees onto the neighbor’s side of the property line, but thought he was doing the neighbor a favor. The neighbor threatened to send his sons over.

– A state Route 9, Kensington, woman reported at 1:43 p.m. Monday her ex-boyfriend has been calling her and her family. She dropped him off in Lisbon on Monday and he called her mother telling her he was sorry, then sent her mother a text message stating he is not sorry, but he will be. He also reportedly called her and told her she can’t watch her back at all times and calls her names.

– A Main Street, Leetonia, resident reported at 12:04 p.m. Monday sometime overnight someone had stacked about 15 used tires in a yard on Signal Road. The caller also reported someone has been slicing pools in the past several weeks in the same area.

– A First Street, Hanoverton, man reported at 11:07 a.m. Monday sometime overnight someone broke into his garage and stole two Suzuki dirt bikes. The man door to the garage had been pried open.

– A Lower Elkton Road, Columbiana, man reported at 10:21 a.m. Monday a woman he knows took his truck on Saturday night and has not returned it. When he came home on Monday he had a message on his answering machine from her saying she would be back in a few hours. He decided to wait to see if she returns it before pursuing any charges.


-Robert Brandt, Winona Road, Hanoverton, reported at 8:49 a.m. Sunday, someone has been taking the three foot by five foot flags the Winona Historical Society puts out. He has been replacing them, but seven were missing from Coffee School Road. The flags have a 10-foot pole attached and are pushed into the ground.

– A Macklin Road, New Waterford, man reported at 9:10 p.m. Saturday he received threatening messages from someone he knows. Deputies contacted the other man, who is married to the callers’s ex-wife, and he claimed it is caller making remarks all the time.

– Deputies checked the area of the covered bridge on Teegarden at Eagleton after someone reported at 8:21 p.m. Saturday there was suspicious activity there. No one was found.

– A East South Range Road, New Springfield, man reported his 15-year-old son works for a vendor at Rogers Sale and last Friday a man approached his son and his friends offering to sell them television sets bought on clearance in Pittsburgh, Pa., The boys reportedly each put in $575 and got a receipt. Deputies are awaiting additional information to complete the investigation.

– A Beard Road, New Waterford, woman reported at 2:04 p.m. Sunday a suspicious person was passed out in a ditch at an intersection on state Route 14. Deputies found the person awake and walking along the road. Another person said she saw the woman lying in the ditch and threw some water on her to wake her up. New Waterford EMS checked the woman of Unity Road, New Springfield, who said she had been out picking up aluminum cans on state Route 14 and had not eaten all day. Her blood sugar was low. Deputies transported her to a friend’s home on West Martin Street, East Palestine.

– An East Rochester man reported at 10:07 p.m. Sunday his 15-year-old daughter went to a church camp in Michigan with a group and had sex twice with a 19-year-old man. He was told to contact police in the jurisdiction where the rapes alleged occurred in Michigan.

– A Rinker Road, Minerva, woman reported at 4:33 p.m. Sunday someone scammed her by telling her she won a $50,000 Powerball in North Carolina. First she was asked to send them $970 and then they requested $16,000 in order for her to get her money.

– A Pinehollow Road, Lisbon, man reported at 5:25 p.m. Saturday someone may be shooting at small gun onto his property. He followed the vehicle himself and the occupants claimed they had thrown a firework into his field.

– Deputies were called to a fight at a home on state Route 644, Summitville, at 9:34 a.m. Saturday where Michael Pitts reportedly removed his grandmother from his home and pushed her off the porch. Randal Pitts, Michael Pitts’ uncle, then reportedly came over to find out why his mother had come home sore and crying. A fight ensued leading to both men being charged with assault.


– Julie Galbreath, U.S. Route 30, Kensington, reported at 1:23 a.m. Sunday gunshots and fireworks could be heard in the area of John and Helen’s bar. A deputy checked the area and found nothing.

– A man reported at 1 a.m. Sunday a domestic was occurring at a state Route 172, Hanoverton, residence. A deputy went to the home and spoke with the man and woman who said they had been in an argument over who was going to be sleeping in the bed. The woman reported her husband grabbed her by the arms and neck and she began to kick at him. The man reported he never touched her neck but did grab her by the arms to stop her from kicking him. The couple did not wish to press charges against each other.

– Craig M. Randolph, County Road Home, Lisbon, was arrested for domestic violence at 12:59 a.m. Saturday at his home.

– Terry Lewis, Church Street Extension, Salineville, reported at 8:20 a.m. Saturday his 1994 white Geo Prism was parked in the yard of a home on Steubenville Pike and sometime after 3 a.m. Saturday it came up missing. Lewis was told his vehicle was towed after it had crashed into a pole and cement gate because it had not been in gear.

– Michael and Randal Pitts were arrested for assault at 9:33 a.m. Saturday on state Route 644 in Franklin Township.

– Clara Allgood, Hibbetts Mill Road, Wellsville, reported at 10:23 p.m. Friday she and a man she knows got into a verbal argument and he left. She did not wish to file charges.

– Howard Bott, Osbourne Road, Wellsville, reported at 9:17 p.m. Friday someone broke into his back door and took an X-Box 360, controls, rechargeable battery and the game Sleeping Dogs.

– Christy Zimmerman, Blacks Road, Lisbon, reported at 8:32 p.m. Friday she could hear people wailing in the woods. A deputy checked the area but found no one.

– Katherine Brown, Clarkson Road, Rogers, reported at 4:44 p.m. Friday two ex-tenants removed a round pin and a fence from her property.

– Raymond Leonard, Kirk Road, Columbiana, reported at 8:52 a.m. Saturday he was being harassed by a man who had attempted to sell him illegal drugs.