– A Whipporwill, Hanoverton, resident 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.
– Ruth Brown, state Route 517, Lisbon, reported at 12:36 p.m. Sunday a telephone box was ripped off the side of her house. Brown 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.
– John Stromp, Padgett Road, East Palestine, 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, resident 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.
– A Woodsdale Road, Salem, woman reported at 2:19 p.m. Thursday she believed her neighbor was following her.
– A state Route 9, Kensington, resident reported at 11 a.m. Friday his wife took their vehicle.
– Don Wilson, Hanoverton Township trustee, reported at 2:50 p.m. Friday a truck and trailer was dumping behind the township garage.
– An Endley Road, Lisbon, resident reported at 2:21 p.m. Tuesday the people at his rental house had a protection order out against him but someone at the property was taking things out of the garage.
– A deputy went to a Mattix Road, Lisbon, home at 2:48 p.m. Wednesday on a report of an unruly juvenile. The woman said her 15-year-old daughter had left the home earlier and was upset because she did not want to clean her room. The girl was at the home when the deputy arrived.
– Mary Scarberry, state Route 14, East Palestine, reported at noon Friday someone spray painted KKK in red on her storage container sometime during the night.
– Paul Welsh, Black Road, Lisbon, reported at 12:45 p.m. Friday a neighbor came to his home and was causing a problem. Welsh said the man was upset with him because people were turning around in his driveway to get to the yard sale Welsh was having. Welsh also reported the man attempted to entice him to fight. A deputy spoke with the neighbor, who said he never attempted to entice a fight but was upset people were turning around in his driveway. The deputy advised him that Welsh had no control over whether people were turning around in the driveway.
– Responding Saturday morning to a report of a van at the rear of the Ray Lewis Company, a deputy found everything secure and only company vans on the property.
– Called Saturday morning for juveniles playing on the railroad tracks along state Route 30 near Minerva, a deputy found no one around.
– Keeli Kosonovich, Pancake-Clarkson Road, Rogers, reported returning home Saturday to find an air conditioner and camping equipment missing, and she called her ex-boyfriend, who had moved out three weeks prior, saying he admitted having the items. Kosonovich wanted to pursue criminal charges but was advised that, since her ex-boyfriend’s name is on the lease, it is still technically his residence. She was advised to complete a statement to be sent to the prosecutor’s office but never came to do so, according to reports.
– Bonnie Adams, Allen Drive, Lisbon, reported being sent a $3,750 check with instructions to cash it so she could receive $150,000. She was advised this is a scam.
– Christina Southers, Bayard Road, Minerva, complained about a missing bicycle, which she found down the road. She blamed two people she knows for taking the bike, and deputies spoke with them but they denied it. All parties were advised to stay away from each other, with several calls being made to the sheriff’s department from these people in the past couple weeks.
– Ashley House, Depot Road, Lisbon, reported Friday night her husband had kidnapped their youngest daughter and when she ran to his vehicle, he struck her with it. Her estranged husband, George House, called the sheriff’s department as deputies were speaking to Mrs. House, saying his girlfriend drove him to pick up his children for visitation and his wife “started going crazy,” running at them. He said she jumped onto the car’s driver and passenger doors. Mr. House advised he had his mother and another person sitting across the street in case there was a problem as his wife had tried to cause problems before. Both completed statements that will be forwarded to the prosecutor to review.
– A Leetonia woman reported her intoxicated mother was abusing her 10-year-old daughter, having been advised by her daughter her grandmother hit her and grabbed her arm. Deputies spoke with the child, who said her grandmother grabbed her, showing what appeared to be an old bruise. The mother asked for a report to be filed.
-Patricia Krepts reported she is renting a house on state Route 172 in Hanoverton and it appeared someone had tried to break in, with corners of the window screen pulled out and an outer window pane broken.
– Employees of the Dollar General on state Route 62, Alliance reported a shoplifter Friday. They said when the man was approached, he got into a vehicle and backed onto the highway, continuing to drive backward eastbound. Employees were unable to obtain a license plate number since there was no plate on the front of the vehicle.
– Johnette Teli, South Freedom Avenue, Alliance, reported at 12:33 a.m. Thursday her vehicle was disabled in high water on South 12th Street at Buck Road. The North Georgetown Fire Department helped her from her vehicle and it was left there until the water receded.
– Bruce Willis, West Oregon, Sebring, reported at 8:44 p.m. Wednesday his vehicle was struck while parked in the Dollar General lot on U.S. 62 in Knox Township. He exchanged information with the other driver, who was reportedly Samantha Poteet, Johnson Avenue, Alliance.
– Edie Kemper, state Route 7, New Waterford, reported at 4:50 p.m. Wednesday sometime overnight someone smashed her mailbox.
– Anthony Mariol, Berry Road, Kensington, reported at 1:37 a.m. Thursday he was driving on state Route 644 near Mechanicstown Road when something hit his passenger door window, shattering it. He thought someone may have been running through the woods when he stopped.
– Amber Sherwood, Bethesda Road, Hanoverton, reported at 12:15 p.m. Tuesday she has been noticing some of her diet medication missing from the pill bottle. On Tuesday only one was remaining when she pulled the pill bottle from its hiding place. Over the past 10 days about 21 pills have disappeared.
– Tim Stevens of Tri-County Security reported at 2:15 p.m. Saturday that the Chesapeake sign at 51711 state Route 517, Negley, had five shotgun holes in it. A neighbor said it occurred June 26 and an SUV was seen in the area at that time.
– Richard Stoffer, Laura Road, Homeworth, reported Saturday someone shot the back door of his garage at about 8:30 p.m. Friday.
– A deputy at 8:45 p.m. Friday responded to a dispute on Guy Road, Lisbon, where Sonia Gurrera and her daughter wanted to leave and David Locke did not. No threats were made and the two women left.
– Leah Klusch, U.S. 30, Lisbon, reported an explosion at 6 p.m. Friday. It was probably fireworks.
– A deputy responded to a custody dispute on West South Range Road, Salem, at 4:45 p.m. Friday. Andria Keller was told it was a civil matter.
– Denise Grimm, Canal Street, East Rochester, reported at 9:54 p.m. Friday someone took one of her solar lights and threw it against the front door.
– Deputies responded at 9:30 p.m. Friday to a Richardson Street, Negley, home where a woman said her brother was going crazy and breaking out the windows of his vehicle. The man agreed to be taken by KLG to St. Elizabeth’s in Boardman.
– Brad Heckathorn, state Route 164, Lisbon, reported a burglary at 8:40 p.m. Friday. As a deputy was en route, Heckathorn called back and said he worked everything out with his brother.
– A deputy responded to Salem hospital at 8:45 p.m. Friday and spoke with Gregory Banner, Butler Grange Road, Salem, who accidentally burned himself on the right arm when using gasoline to burn some brush.
– A deputy who responded to a third party report from Amanda Chardon of a domestic on Georgetown Road at 3:50 p.m. Saturday was told by the couple everything was fine.
– Jeff and Rhonda Coil, state Route 45, Lisbon, made a fireworks complaint against their neighbors at 9:40 p.m. Thursday. Rhonda said they had been shooting off fireworks all day and then started shooting bottle rockets at them. The neighbors also started a fire in the back yard so she called the fire department on them. The neighbors said they started a fire to cook some s’mores for the kids and the next thing they knew the fire department was there. They went across the street and yelled at Coil for calling the fire department on them, but denied shooting any fireworks toward their house. They also said the Coils have harassed them since they moved in.
– Jason Dunlap, West School Street, East Rochester, reported at 10:10 p.m. Thursday David Gromley came to his home and was trying to fight with him. He wanted a report on file.
– Daryl Kibler, Mardiz Road, Kensington, reported at 9 p.m. Friday David Gromley came to his home and assaulted him.
– Deputies responded to a Rose Drive, Lisbon, apartment at 11:30 p.m. Friday where a 9-year-old allegedly had been assaulted by a neighbor, who also had been in an argument with her boyfriend. Later, deputies found Marie Heninger back in her apartment, throwing her boyfriend’s clothes of the house, and took her into custody.
– Jamie Smith, Denver Street, East Liverpool, was charged with disorderly conduct after deputies were called at 12:30 a.m. Sunday to a home on Wallace Road, Lisbon. Smith, reportedly intoxicated, allegedly was belligerent to other party-goers and later with deputies.
– Bob DeLuca of the Flying Finn Campground, Brushville Road, East Palestine, reported Friday the child of one of his campers was causing problems and he warned the youth he was going to contact the parents. The deputy told DeLuca to call back if he had any more problems.
– A Yeager Road, Wellsville, woman reported Friday her deceased husband’s brother was acting in an aggressive manner toward her after she retrieved her husband’s truck from her. The brother-in-law said the only thing he has done is drive by woman’s house and they stare at each other. He was advised to stay away from her.
– An East Liverpool Road, Madison Township, resident reported she and her husband awoke at 5 a.m. Saturday to find a farm tractor missing from their property. She said the tractor had been sitting for sale in their yard.
– A deputy was called to Timashamie Campground, Georgetown Road, Butler Township, at 12:25 a.m. June 30 in regard to complaints from campers about a man yelling at them and waving a gun around. The deputy spoke with a man by the name of Joseph in his yard, and he denied having any firearms on him but said he did speak with the campers about being too loud. He was told the next time to call the sheriff’s office. A camper called the sheriff’s office the next day to say the man did threaten to shoot anyone who set foot into the creek at the edge of the campground. Another camper said they also heard a gun go off that afternoon.