– A West Lincoln Way, Lisbon, woman reported at 3:55 p.m. Thursday, her 17-year-old son grabbed her by the throat and choked her. Her daughter then grabbed him, and he threw her against the wall before starting to hit her. The boy was taken to the Tobin Center and will be cited into Juvenile Court on domestic violence charges.
– Eddy Mike, Park View Drive, Wellsville, reported at 5:09 p.m. Thursday a young neighbor boy, about 6 or 7 years old, keyed his vehicle from the door to the bumper. Mike spoke with the boy’s mother and they asked the boy if he did it. At first he denied it, but then admitted it, and the mother offered to pay for the damages. Mike wanted a report on file.
– A Grant Street, Lisbon, woman reported at 5:32 p.m. Thursday she was selling a motor on Craig’s List and a man calling himself Gregg Jenson of Austin, Texas, offered to buy it. He sent her a check to cover the shipping and price of the motor and she sent the money to an Indiana address to schedule pickup as requested. Now the check was canceled and she is out $2,054.
– A Harvey Avenue, East Liverpool, woman reported at 2:31 a.m. Wednesday two days earlier her ex-husband came to her home and took her daughter. She has attempted to call him for the past two days, but he will not return her calls. He also failed to take her to school for testing and she was concerned he also would not take her for the first day of school. There is no custody set up through the court. Deputies contacted the father, who said the daughter is fine and would be going to school.
– Crystal Pugh, Y and O Road, Wellsville, reported a possible overdose at the home at 4:22 p.m. Wednesday. Deputies found West Point first responders performing CPR on Chad Tice. EMTs from Tri County Ambulance arrived and checked Tice. After calling a doctor, CPR was stopped and the coroner’s office was called. A relative was contacted by the coroner’s office.
– A Lynchburg Road, Minerva, woman reported at 9:55 p.m. Wednesday someone hacked her computer. A screen popped up claiming the FBI locked it and she had to pay $300 to get it unlocked. Deputies explained the issue is a computer virus.
– A state Route 170, East Palestine, man reported at 9:28 p.m. Wednesday his ex-wife showed up at his home to pick up their child, but was extremely intoxicated. He refused to let his child go with her and told her to leave. She was beating on the door, refusing to go, but left before deputies arrived.
– A Grant Street, Lisbon, woman reported at 7:50 p.m. Wednesday her husband was assaulted by her grandson, but called back before deputies arrived to tell them everything had been worked out. The husband told deputies he did not want to pursue charges after his grandson pushed him down during an argument.
– A Bayard Street, Homeworth, woman reported at 6:21 p.m. Wednesday her 10-year-old son is being unruly and punching items in the home. He also was threatening to run away to his father’s home. Deputies spoke to the boy about his behavior.
– Janet Hargreaves, Union Ridge Road, Rogers, reported at 7:04 p.m. Wednesday her 14-year-old granddaughter took a car, leaving a note on the door stating she was taking a friend to East Liverpool City Hospital for an emergency. The girl’s mother called the hospital, but the girl was not there. About 30 minutes later the girl returned and deputies were notified. However, deputies were called again due to the girl fighting with her brother. Deputies found blood on the girl’s face and she claimed her brother attacked her for taking his car, kicking her in the stomach and hitting her in the face. The 15-year-old brother was taken to Tobin Center and domestic charges will be filed. The girl was taken to Salem Community Hospital.
– RA state Route 45, Lisbon, man reportedly called 911 at 9:25 a.m. Wednesday. Dispatchers heard yelling, and then the man hung up. Dispatchers called back, and the man reported his son came to his home causing problems. The son had already left, and he did not want deputies to respond.
– A Buck Road, Salem, woman reported at 9:32 a.m. Wednesday her 15-year-old daughter is being bullied by five other teens. She showed deputies a copy of some of the Instagram messages sent to her daughter.
– A Crestview Road, Columbiana, man reported at 12:25 p.m. Wednesday his daughters just told him someone tried to break into his home between 2 and 3 a.m. His daughters had been up watching a movie and saw headlights halfway up his driveway. Someone attempted to open all three doors to the house, but did not get inside.
– A South Mahoning Avenue, Alliance, man reported at 9:50 p.m. Tuesday someone entered his attached garage and took two power tools.
– Danielle Billman, Buffalo Road, Kensington, reported at 2:26 a.m. Wednesday a domestic dispute at her home. Deputies found Billman had a possible knife wound in her left thigh and she was treated by EMTs and transported to Alliance Hospital. All parties involved had been drinking and gave changing and conflicting stories about what happened, but the argument may have included both a knife and a shotgun, which was taken from one man, Steve Paul. The matter remains under investigation.
– Fred Joy Sr., Fife Coal Road, Wellsville, reported at 11:59 a.m. Tuesday he checked his garage at 10 p.m. Monday and it was locked up, but at 10 a.m. Tuesday he found the door open and his four-wheeler gone.
– Darcie Williams, Columbiana-Lisbon Road, Columbiana, reported at 2:27 p.m. Tuesday she and her ex-husband’s divorce has been final, but he has not given her all the items she was awarded. Williams claimed he took two toddler beds to Once Again Kids in Columbiana and sold them to the store.
– Rita Hukills, Louisville, reported at 3:40 p.m. Tuesday there was a theft at the Rogers Sale in May and she reported it to personnel at the sale, but did not report it to the sheriff. A Swan Ice Shaver valued at $2,500 was reportedly stolen from her Tropical Ice Cart and she recently learned it was listed on Craigslist.
– Bethany Yocum of Dollar General, U.S. Route 62, Alliance, reported at 5:59 p.m. Tuesday there were women inside the store stealing merchandise. Deputies were busy at the time and unable to come immediately. They asked Yocum to check with her manager about procedures for handling thefts.
– Raymond Meek, Fredricktown Clarkson Road, Negley, reported at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday that on Aug. 12 his wife noticed the pool was empty. The children were swimming the day before and it was assumed the liner ripped, but on Aug. 17 the pool repairman discovered it had been purposely cut. Repairs were quoted at $2,300.
– Kerry Wilson, Grant Street, Newell, W.Va., reported at 6:01 p.m. Tuesday a custody dispute at a Quay Road residence. Philip Belleville told deputies he came to pick up his children and his ex-wife would not allow him to have them. Amanda Belleville told deputies she missed a recent visitation because she was sick and her attorney told her she was entitled to make up that time. Philip Belleville said makeup time does not apply in this case. Deputies told both it is a civil issue.
– Patricia Beery, Lisbon-Canfield Road, Salem, requested one person be removed at 7:15 p.m. Tuesday. Dana McGilvary was upset she was not allowed to visit her son, but the child’s father, Josh Beery, refused to allow her to see him because of her current condition. An open beer bottle was found on the sidewalk, which McGilvary admitted was hers. She was given a ride back to her home in Salem.
– Kim Moore, Winona Road, Salem, reported at 8:28 p.m. Tuesday a woman in a white convertible was driving past yelling at her husband, alleging they are neglecting their dog. Deputies checked the area, but did not find the vehicle.
– Christa Graves, Jimtown Road, East Palestine, reported at 3:35 p.m. Monday she had an old bunk bed ladder she used as a decorative gardening item, and came home to find it moved under her bathroom window.
– Dan Galeoti, Dan Smith Road, Wellsville, reported at 4:39 p.m. Monday someone broke the windows on an excavator he uses for his business, Extreme Demo and Trucking. Several hand tools and about $400 in diesel fuel were taken. The excavator was parked at a job site on East Liverpool Road in Madison Township.
– A Madison Avenue, Salineville, man reported at 3:39 p.m. Monday a 13-year-old son was being unruly.
– A Washington Street, Salineville, woman reported at 4:14 p.m. Monday she believes someone she knows took her Samsung Galaxy tablet, which had been sitting on the back of her couch plugged in.
– A Carey Road, Salem, man reported at 11:26 a.m. Tuesday someone stole a Northwoods Realty sign from his property, possibly last Saturday night.
– A deputy saw Rafael Colon, 37, Carey Road, Salem, walking in the woods of a neighbor’s property, where he did not have permission to go. Colon had a warrant for failure to appear on a previous disorderly conduct charge. He was taken into custody on the warrant and additionally charged with criminal trespassing.
– A Parkview Drive, Lisbon, woman reported her neighbor was intoxicated and yelling at the drivers of vehicles passing the house at 5:43 p.m. Monday. She also believed he was letting children drink on his property. Deputies spoke with the neighbor, who said he yelled at one vehicle, which was speeding up the road. Deputies did not see any children drinking and warned him to stop yelling at passing vehicles.
– A Hilltop Drive, Lisbon, woman reported at 5:50 p.m. Monday she saw a suspicious gray truck with two men inside going around her neighborhood. Deputies checked the area, but did not locate the vehicle.
– An Endley Road, Lisbon, man reported at 2:41 p.m. Monday someone has been riding four wheelers through his fields and he has kicked one man and his friends off several times. He said he does allow people to ride there, but only those who let him know first.
– Harry Pitts of Rosebud Mining, Foundry Hill Road, Hanoverton, reported at 7:23 a.m. Monday the company is missing several items from a dozer from a mine site on Willard Road. The items were taken on Monday, although there were also some items taken two weeks earlier, which were not reported.
– A state Route 154, Rogers, woman reported at 1:21 p.m. Monday her brother has been harassing her about the home her mother owned, which she got through probate court and the brother is reportedly unhappy about the result.
– A Salem Alliance Road, Salem, man reported at 12:50 p.m. Friday he and his neighbor are having a dispute and he was concerned about a threat his neighbor made about putting up a target in the backyard and shooting toward the yard where his children play.
– A Kelly Park Road, Leetonia, woman reported at 5:04 a.m. Tuesday there was a dog in the ditch barking. The dog was found by deputies, scared, wet and whimpering. Its eyes are fogged as if he was blind. Dispatchers called the number on the tag and the owner happily came from a couple properties away. The dog is 19 years old and in bad health.
– A 16 School Road, Wellsville, woman reported at 12:30 a.m. Monday she heard gunshots in the area. Deputies heard no shots when they arrived.
– Deputies checked two addresses for a woman after Minerva police reported at 4:32 a.m. Sunday she may be in danger from her past roommate. She was not at either address when deputies were there.
– Rachael Sanor, Mountz Road, reported possible domestic violence at 12:27 a.m. Sunday. She told deputies she and her husband had both been drinking and they got into a confrontation at the Stage Coach Bar in East Rochester. The dispute turned into a pushing and shoving match. When she jumped into his truck, he reportedly began to speed up and stop several times. Deputies explained both were technically in violation of domestic violence laws and she declined to pursue criminal charges.
– A Leetonia Road resident reported at 11:27 p.m. Saturday there was an open door at the home. Deputies checked the home and did not find any signs of intruders.
– A King Road, Salem, woman reported at 3:05 p.m. Sunday, her husband had found $340 missing from a larger sum he had inside his truck. Nobody but her husband reportedly knew the money was there.
– An Edward Circle, Columbiana, woman reported at 5:55 a.m. Friday she received a disturbing text message from someone claiming to be watching her. Deputies called the phone number, but received no answer.
– Ron Dillon, North Fort Myers, Fla., reported at 7:23 a.m. Thursday he parks his vehicle in a construction employee lot at the corner of Mechanicstown Road and state Route 644 and on Thursday found someone had taken his $500 stabilizer hitch from the back of his pickup. He believed it may have happened Wednesday afternoon.
– Bonnie McDade, Colonial Drive, Columbiana, reported at 11:10 a.m. Friday her truck was repossessed by Performance GMC. She said the finance person at the dealership had told her not to make the first payment because they were going to get her a different loan. She bought the truck on June 8. A representative from Performance GMC called after learning McDade had called deputies and claimed the bank repossessed the pickup, not the dealership.
-A Oak Grove Road, Salineville, woman called with a suspicious vehicle complaint at 8:27 p.m. Wednesday. A deputy searched the area but failed to find any suspicious vehicles.
– An Elkton Road, Lisbon, woman reported seeing a strange vehicle in her neighbor’s driveway on Wednesday afternoon and then later leave. She was told to call back if the vehicle returned.
– A Hanoverton-area man reported at 5:11 p.m. Wednesday he needed a deputy to meet him at a home on Center Avenue, Lisbon, because his 17-year-old daughter was refusing to go with him. The girl said she was pregnant and did not want the stress, but the deputy told her so had to leave with her father, which she did.
– Richard Parrish, Center Avenue, Lisbon, reported at 2:03 p.m. Tuesday a van pulled into an alley off Arter Street outside of Lisbon with four flat tires. A man and woman, later identified as Tony Hilton, East Eighth Street, East Liverpool, and Shannon Thrasher, Youngstown, were seen walking away. Lisbon police located Hilton and Thrasher on Center Street. Hilton claimed the owner of the vehicle, Richard McCarty, traded him the van in exchange for Hilton’s car. However, deputies were unable to reach McCarty immediately and towed the van. When McCarty was later reached he informed deputies the van had been stolen.
– A state Route 518, Lisbon, man reported at 8:12 a.m. Wednesday he heard someone on the roof and saw two people waiving firearms in front of the windows. Deputies checked the area, but did not locate anyone.
– A state Route 45, Lisbon, man reported at 1:18 a.m. Wednesday he heard someone trying to get into his trailer by trying the door knob. Deputies checked the area, but did not find anyone.
– A state Route 154, Lisbon, man reported at 10:50 a.m. Tuesday he learned on Friday about an overdraft on his account and on Sunday was denied use of his debit card. He went to the bank on Tuesday and learned someone used his account number on Aug. 13 in two places in Europe for eight transactions totaling $2,376.
– A Hillcrest Circle, East Palestine, woman reported at 11:29 a.m. Tuesday on Monday between 4:30 p.m. and 5 p.m. she saw a white woman between 30 and 40 years old and black man in his 20s, both of whom she did not know, walking in her neighborhood. She spoke to them and they claimed they were with ADT. They looked legitimate, she told deputies, but their actions did not.
– Marsha Fletcher, 46, Canterberry Court, Columbiana, was cited with passing on a double yellow line at 3:11 p.m. Tuesday after a deputy reported seeing her go completely left of center, crossing the lines and passing a Robert Bycroft school bus, which was slowing to turn onto County Home Road from U.S. Route 30. In an attempt to get out of the ticket, Fletcher reportedly claimed the father of her children is a Mahoning County deputy.
– A Hatcher Road, East Palestine, woman reported at 6:51 p.m. Tuesday she purchased a home about three weeks ago and it was unoccupied. Despite replacing the locks, they found two doors of the home open and two door knobs broken off on Tuesday. They found a sheet of paper on the table with the name Safe Guard Properties on it and called the company, which said there is no way the house was mistaken as still vacant.
– Gloria Moffett, Union Ridge Road, Negley, reported at 10:32 p.m. Monday there were four wheelers in the area, but deputies did not locate any.
– A Pine Hollow Road, Rogers, woman reported at 7:31 p.m. Monday someone stole her body wash from her home.
– An East Liverpool Road, East Liverpool, man reported at 9:45 p.m. Monday there was shooting in the area of the state Routes 7 and U.S. 30 Superette. Deputies checked the area, but did not locate any shooting.
– An Echo Valley Road, East Liverpool, woman reported at 10:19 p.m. Monday the neighbors across the road were fighting. Deputies spoke to John Shields and Tina George, who had been drinking and were arguing about a broken cell phone. There were no signs of violence. Deputies gave George a ride to her home on Lincoln Street.
– A Struthers woman reported at 5:48 p.m. Monday her 21-year-old daughter dropped off friends in the Salem area and was supposed to come straight back to her New Waterford home, but had not returned. Deputies checked the area between New Waterford and Salem, but did not see the young woman or her car.
– A Whipporwhill Avenue, Hanoverton, woman reported at 6:24 p.m. Monday she heard a gunshot in the area of Whipporwhill and Geurla Street. Deputies checked the area, but did not find anyone shooting.
– A Youngstown Pittsburgh Road, Petersburg, man reported at 9:48 a.m. Tuesday his uncle is driving truck out of town and he had found his uncle’s SUV had a broken rear tail light. It appeared someone backed into the SUV, which was parked near the intersection of Boardman Street and state Route 45 near New Waterford.
– Valerie Rockenberger, North Market Street, East Palestine, reported at 3:52 a.m. Monday she heard a four-wheeler on her property and saw it being driven without lights. She was concerned because she has a restraining order against someone and believed the activity might be drug-related. Deputies did not see or hear anything.
– Paul Jarvis, Morris Road, Lisbon, reported at 8:50 a.m. Monday he left his vehicle at his home being remodeled on last Tuesday and when he returned Monday morning, the vehicle had been burnt. Someone also scratched a peace sign and a derogatory word into the driver’s side bed of the pickup.
– Glenn Bowers, Miller Road, in Fairfield Township, reported a man pinned between a tractor and backhoe attachment in a garage nearby at 10:22 a.m. Aug. 11. Deputies, Bowers and Columbiana Firefighters and EMS assisted worked to free the man and he was flown by STAT Medivac to a local hospital. Bowers told deputies he did not know the man’s name, but heard him yelling for help from his back yard, which is some distance away and through a wooded area.
– Melinda Merryman, Gavers Road, Hanoverton, called deputies at 8:21 a.m. Friday, but did not answer when they called her back. Deputies called her husband, who said they have been separated for about a year and when he went to the house, she would not come to the door, even though he knew she was at home.
– Jack Parr, state Route 558, New Waterford, reported at 2:01 p.m. Aug. 11 he wanted his girlfriend removed. Then by the time deputies arrived he wanted to work things out and the two were talking.
– Tom Monday, state Route 7, New Waterford, reported at 1:59 p.m. Aug. 11, his family is moving from that home and when he went back to the house on that day he found someone had removed the window air conditioner and opened the front door. Nothing appeared missing or broken.
– Scott Haney, Broadway, Wellsville, reported at 6:21 a.m. Friday a person was lying in the roadway in the area of County Airport Road near Y and O Road. Deputies checked the area, but did not find anyone.
– Joseph E. Riggs, 55, Trinity Church Road, Lisbon, was charged with domestic violence after deputies were called to his home at 1:54 a.m. Friday. His wife, Roxanne Riggs reported an altercation between the two of them led to her husband putting her in a chokehold, until she was able to push him away with her knee. She then went to her parent’s house next door.
– Ashley Hill, 18th Street Heights, Wellsville, reported at 12:34 a.m. Saturday when she came home from a concert her husband, James Hill Jr., 36, punched her in the mouth. He was charged with domestic violence.
– John Sarchione, South Mahoning Avenue, Alliance, reported at 7:05 p.m. Saturday a man was on the property and is not allowed to be there. Sarchione had purchased the property and legally evicted all the previous tenants. Robert Adams, 62, South Mahoning Avenue, Alliance, was charged with criminal trespassing.
– Kelly Ketchum, Gavers Road, Hanoverton, reported at 8:59 p.m. Sunday an attempted abduction of a child. A 10-year-old boy told deputies he was in front of the house, when he noticed a man across the road, who looked like he was running toward the boy’s younger brother at the side of the house. He said he yelled at the man, who then started toward him, so the boy ran to the front door and knocked because it was locked. The man ran into the woods. Deputies checked the area, but did not find anyone matching the description.
– Suzanne Baker, Old Monroeville Heights, Salineville, reported at 5:41 p.m. Saturday someone broke into her home sometime between 11:30 a.m. and then. Deputies found a rear window was broken out. Someone took a 37-inch flatscreen valued at $1,331.
– Gloria and Roy Moffett, Union Ridge Road, Rogers, reported at 9:17 p.m. Saturday someone has been riding a red four-wheeler on the property and in the past someone had burned down a trailer belonging to the family. Deputies checked the area, but did not locate anyone.
– A 15-year-old Jennings Avenue boy was cited for no license and improper starting/backing after he reportedly hit three vehicles in the United High School parking lot at 6:43 p.m. Saturday. The boy’s grandmother, Patricia Colian, told deputies she gave him the keys to put shirts inside the vehicle and was not there when the teen decided to put the keys into the ignition. The damaged vehicles are owned by Joy C. Seese, Paris; Sondra Gamble, East Third Street, Salem; and Vicki C. Rockhold, Lucille Lane, Lisbon.
– A Dyke Road, Negley, man reported Thursday someone used his bank card to make two sets of purchases totaling nearly $1,000 at a Walmart in Virginia.
– A Millrock Road, New Waterford, woman reported Thursday being harassed by someone who tried to perpetrate a fraud on her by providing her with a check for more than what she was asking to sell her vehicle. The man told her to cash the check and send her the excess money, but she refused and now the man is threatening to call the FBI. The deputy said he would be glad to call the man who is harassing her.
-A deputy was called to a home on Speidel Road, Hanoverton, at 9 p.m. Thursday, where a woman reported being struck in the face by her boyfriend. She showed no signs of being struck, and she declined to press charges.
– A Mill Street, Rogers, woman reported Thursday $25,000 in jewelry is missing, and there no signs her home had been broken into.
– A Glasgow Road, Salineville, man reported there were suspicious vehicles in the area at 12:42 a.m. Thursday. A deputy located the vehicles and determined they belonged to the property owner where they were found parked.
– A Ganders Flat Road, Lisbon, man called with a loud music complaint at 1:10 a.m. Thursday. A deputy arrived but did not hear any loud music.
– Brian Paugh, Heritage Drive, Beloit, reported Wednesday his 14-year-old daughter, Alexis, had run away while he was at work. She is described as blonde with blue eyes, 5-foot, 4-inches tall and 120 pounds.
– Christopher Smith, who operates By The Way Cafe on U.S. Route 30, West Township, reported at 4:16 p.m. Wednesday he is having problems with the employees at Grant Trucking located next door. He said the employees get drunk at night and ride around on dirt bikes and ATVs, damaging his property. The deputy spoke to a truck company official and warned them charges would be filed if this continues.
– A Rose Drive apartments, Lisbon, woman called at 6:15 p.m. Wednesday about underage drinking occurring at the apartment complex, but she called back to say they left.
– A Walnut Street, Rogers, woman reported Wednesday she discovered some of her Vicodin pills were missing.
– A Guilford Highlands, Lisbon, woman reported Wednesday her daughter was being harassed by the neighbors. The deputy contacted the neighbors and told them to leave the daughter alone.
-A Whinnery Road, Hanoverton, man reported Wednesday someone stole his bank card and used it to make a $400 charge.
– A state Route 9, Salem, woman reported there was a possible intruder in the house at 5:30 a.m. Wednesday. A deputy arrived and met with the keyholder and they checked the home and found it to be secure.
– A woman called at 4:42 a.m. Wednesday in regard to suspicious people on Leslie Road near the Beaver Creek State Park campground. A deputy checked Leslie Road, as well as nearby Echo Dell, Carlisle and Sprucevale roads, and the campground, but did not come across anyone.
– Sophie Grubb, who works at the group home on Beard Road, New Waterford, reported there was an unruly female resident at the home at 8:31 p.m. Tuesday. Grubb said the woman tried to bite her on the arm but did not succeed. The resident had quit taking her medication and agreed to be transported by ambulance to a local hospital.
– James Morris from Ohio Pet Foods, located in the Lisbon Industrial Park off state Route 45, reported Tuesday it appears a squatter had been living in one of their storage trailers after finding a cardboard shelter and sleeping bags inside. This has also coincided with the recent disappearance of small scrap metal from the property.
– A Y & O Road, Madison Township, woman reported Tuesday her teen-age nephew had run away and she believed he was at a St. Clair Township residence, but he was not found there.
– A deputy was called to a neighbor dispute at the apartment of Anthony Lopshanskay, West Main Street, New Waterford, at 12:18 a.m. Wednesday. Lopshanskay reported the neighbors were pounding on the walls, yelling and making comments about how they could snap and kill him. The neighbors, Christina and James Hooker, claimed it was the Lopshanskay who were pounding on the walls, yelling and issuing threats. The parties were advised to leave each other alone.
– A Conkle Road, Salem, man reported Tuesday an ATV was stolen from his property.
– A McCracken Road, Salem, woman reported Tuesday $27 and 70 percocet pills were stolen from her property.
– Timothy Adkins of Coal City, W.Va, reported Tuesday his prescription of hydrocondone pills was stolen from his girlfriend’s home on Grant Street, Lisbon.
– David Zouck, Kirk Road, Columbiana, reported Monday being involved in a property line dispute with his neighbor, who keeps mowing a narrow 300-foot long strip of grass on his property. Zouck said he is letting the strip grow but his neighbor keeps mowing it. Before the deputy could call they received a call from the neighbor, Kristyne Kordes, about Zouck engaging in unsafe target shooting. The deputy determined Zouck had set up a safe shooting site and that his range faced in a different direction than the Kordes property. Zouck agreed to cease target shooting for a while until things calmed down.
– Bo and Megan Neville, Fairfield School Road, Lisbon, reported about 9 a.m. Monday their neighbor’s cattle keep getting loose and wandering into their corn and hay fields. The deputy advised the neighbor, Dennis Rhodes, who lives on state Route 154, who said the Nevilles cross his property to get into the fields and he intends to send them a letter instructing them to cease trespassing.
– Tanya McLaughlin was driving by Tucker Equipment, state Route 45, Madison Township, at 9:13 p.m. Tuesday when she noticed lights on in some of the trucks and contacted the Tucker family. Several of the trucks had been ransacked and it was not known if anything had been stolen.
– Dan Baker of Baker Towing reported Monday Tracy L. Skiba, state Route 9, Hanoverton asked him to tow her car after it “bumped” into a large rock in front of the Guilford Lake Grille after she left the restaurant the night before. Baker said the car sustained heavy damage and appeared to be totaled.
– A state Route 7, New Waterford, woman reported Monday she and her soon-to-be ex-husband were in the middle of a property dispute. She was advised the issue needed to be taken up with their attorneys.
– A Walnut Street, Rogers, woman called with a loud-music complaint at 1:15 a.m. Friday. The deputy located the culprit, who was told to turn down the volume.
– A state Route 558, Leetonia, woman called for a deputy at 3 a.m. Saturday to report she and her boyfriend had been drinking when they began arguing and ended up pushing and scratching each other. Neither party wished to press charges.
– A Stephen Drive, Minerva, woman reported at 12:03 a.m. Aug. 6 her 17-year-old daughter left earlier in the evening but had yet to return. The deputy later located the daughter at a friend’s house.
– Deputies were called to a home on Fink Road, Summitville, at 3:47 p.m. Monday in regard to a 12-year-old boy who was being unruly.
– A Florence Drive, Wellsville, man reported Monday someone entered his pickup and stole a number of items, some of which were later recovered by Wellsville police.
– A Center Road, Homeworth, man reported Monday his car’s sun roof was shattered and the bumper pulled off.
– A state Route 164, Lisbon, man reported Monday his daughter’s Droid phone was stolen from her gym bag while she was at cheerleading practice at the Lisbon Little Devils football field on Logtown Road.
– A Rainbow Lane, Beloit, man called with a noise complaint at 10 p.m. Monday. A deputy arrived and listened for a while, but did not hear any fireworks.
– Alan J. Christian, 47, of Fairport Harbor, was arrested for disorderly conduct after Christian and his son, Chad, were found allegedly passed out drunk in a damaged car parked in the driveway of Jose Carrion, Valley Road, Damascus, at 5:35 a.m. Sunday. Deputies were responding to a suspicious vehicle call when they found the Toyota in the Carrion driveway with front-end damage and a shattered windshield. In the front seat was a person later identified as Chad Christian, while his father was in the back, and both appeared passed out. The deputies banged on the window and eventually woke them but the Christians were very agitated and argumentative, so much so the deputies pulled their taser guns, which is when they calmed down. The pair said earlier in the evening they had been at the Diamond Lodge, a gentlemen’s club in Rootstown, but had no idea how they ended up in Damascus. Alan Christian was charged after he refused to calm down, and one deputy remained at the scene until someone arrived to pick up his son.
– A state Route 164, Lisbon, woman called with a loud music complaint at a neighbor’s property at 5:28 p.m. Sunday. The deputy could hear the base pounding as he pulled into the driveway and spoke with Berry Weyand, who said he knows who is calling and that there is no noise ordinance in the township. The deputy said he could still be cited for disorderly conduct. Weyand then agreed to turn down the base and was warned the next time he would be cited.
– A caller reported there were people riding ATVs at the village of Lisbon’s well field on Miller Road at 4:43 p.m. Sunday. The ATV riders were gone by the time a deputy arrived.
– Lori Shelton of Clewell’s Landing at Guilford Lake reported a drunken man was causing problems at 10:51 p.m. Thursday. The man, Bryan C. Paugh, 35, of Beloit, was seen running through the campground and then found hiding in his camper. While trying to find out what was going on, Paugh reportedly began cursing and refused to calm down, at which time he was arrested for disorderly conduct.
-A Rochester Road, East Rochester, woman reported Sunday she was having a visitation issue with her estranged husband, and she just wanted a report on file.
– A caller reported there were people in Bowman Cemetery in Elkrun Township at 10:55 p.m. Saturday. A deputy arrived to find four people taking pictures, but there was no alcohol as originally reported.
– A Shady Lane, Lisbon, woman reported there was a possible intruder in her home at 10:49 p.m. Saturday. The deputy did not find anyone inside.
– Deputies were called to a fight on Blacks Road, Lisbon, at 6:34 p.m. Sunday, where they spoke to Sherri Richmond, who said a discussion between her husband and their neighbor turned into a fight between her husband and the neighbor’s son. During the altercation, neighbor Carolyn Butler Smith reportedly threatened to stab Sherri Richmond. As a result, Smith, 48, was arrested for aggravated menacing.
– A Lodge Road, Columbiana, woman reported there were ATVs riders trespassing at 8:10 p.m. Saturday. A deputy checked the area but did not come across the ATVs.
– A Lippincott Road, East Rochester, woman called with a fireworks complaint at 9:10 p.m. Saturday, but a deputy checked the area but did not hear or see any fireworks.
Police were called to a domestic dispute on U.S. Route 30, Minerva, at 12:41 a.m. Saturday, where James Denman reported his girlfriend started a fight and then broke the aquarium with a chair. She also began pushing Denman and threatened to punch him, which is when he called the sheriff’s office. The girlfriend, Adeana M. Hensley, 31, was arrested for domestic violence.
– A Sherwood Road, Wellsville, woman reported someone threw a brick at her home, breaking two front windows, at 10:35 p.m. Saturday. A deputy checked the area but did not find any suspicious vehicles.
-Deputies were called to a home on West Point Road, West Point, at 2 a.m. Sunday in regard to a person threatening suicide. The deputies remained until an ambulance arrived to transport the person to a hospital.
– Deputies were called to the campground on Middle Beaver Road, Elkrun Township, at 2:21 a.m. Sunday, where the manager said he wanted a camper to leave. The deputy remained until the camper gathered his belongings and left.
– A Lisbon-Canfield Road, Lisbon, man reported mailboxes were being vandalized along the road at 11:10 p.m. Sunday. A deputy arrived and did not find any mailboxes vandalized.
– A deputy was called to Opportunity Homes, state Route 45, Lisbon, at 11:45 p.m. Sunday in regard to unresponsive person being loaded into an ambulance.
– A Lake Knoll Drive, Guilford Lake, woman reported there was suspicious activity in the area at 11:16 p.m. Sunday. The deputy checked the area and state Route 172 and was unable to locate any suspicious activity.
– A McCallister Road, Lisbon, man reported Saturday afternoon having trespassing problems with the people who own the property behind him on Crosser Road. The deputy told the parties this was a civil dispute.
– The manager of the Dollar General just outside Alliance on U.S. Route 62 reported a shoplifter just ran out of the store at 1:30 p.m. Saturday. She said the thief was a regular customer.
– A Sixteen School Road, Wellsville, man reported Thursday evening hearing his garage door going down and seeing a white male running down the driveway, and the opener was later found in the driveway.
– A Cannons Mill Road, Madison Township, woman reported Sunday she was hosting a party when some of her medication, Subutex, came up missing.
– Shaun Ramsey, Hill Street, Lisbon, reported Saturday someone scratched his truck in his driveway while he was incarcerated in the county jail. He said his shed lock was also broken.
– A deputy was asked to check on the welfare of a man living on Hawkins Road, New Waterford, at 2:47 p.m. Saturday. He spoke with the man, who was fine.
– A deputy was called to the Paradise Lake Campground, Rochester Road, West Township, in regard to a man needing medical attention at 10:48 p.m. Friday. The deputy met with the man who had been drinking when he accidentally cut himself while messing around with a knife. He was transported to a hospital for treatment.
-A deputy was called to a home on Hunters Camp Road, Lisbon, at 9:19 p.m. Saturday, where a man wanted his son removed from the property. The son was found sitting in the driveway and left without incident.
– Deputies charged Shawn D. Ramsey, 35, Hill Street, Lisbon, with aggravated menacing Friday after receiving a second call to his residence in reference to threats being made. Ramsey’s girlfriend, Bobbi Fisher, said her son had a friend over and Ramsey began yelling at the 18-year-old Lisbon man, telling him he hates blacks and he was not welcome on his property. Ramsey also reportedly threatened to hang the young man if he didn’t leave and said he was with the Aryan Nation and made other racist remarks. When deputies spoke to him, Ramsey reportedly admitted saying he hates blacks and they were not welcome on his property, continuing such comments on his way to the sheriff’s department. Earlier in the day, deputies had gone to the home when Ramsey and Fisher had an argument over him planning to evict her during which some pushing took place.
-Carl Poplin, Rochester, Pa., reported Friday he was at Rogers Community Auction Aug. 2 and lost a bottle of prescription medication.
– Joanne Williams, state Route 517, New Waterford, reported Saturday that a woman she knows has been harassing her and her grandson, having seen the woman walk to her grandson’s house throughout the night several times. She owns the house, and deputies advised Williams if she sees someone trespassing on the property, she needs to call law enforcement then. She was also advised that, if her grandson does not want the woman there, he needs to call deputies to have her removed.
– Deputies responded Saturday to the area near the Tobin Center for a man threatening to kill himself. They located the man walking on County Home Road and called an ambulance to transport him to the hospital after he again threatened suicide.
-Kevin Bhe, state Route 30, Lisbon, reported the gas company was on the right of way through his property this past spring and he believes his fence was cut down. He has tried to call the company several times but has received no return calls. Bhe was advised to contact his attorney.
– A caller reported Saturday he had passed the intersection of Spillway Road and saw a man lying in the grass near the Mark’s Landing sign. The man, later identified as Levi Pollock, no age or address listed, told him a person struck him with a bat. Pollock told deputies he had had a problem with a friend the previous day and had tried on Saturday to work things out with the man, to no avail. He gave deputies the man’s name and was transported by KLG ambulance to St. Elizabeth Medical Center. He had a long contusion on his back, according to reports.
– Donovan Winn, King Road, Kensington, reported Saturday he had heard a vehicle outside and then discovered someone had spun around and done doughnuts in his alfalfa field and had driven through a neighbor’s corn field.
– Joe Sarchione, state Route 62, Alliance, reported he and his workers keep seeing a man they know on the property but every time he sees them he runs off. He has been using the area to change his clothes, with Sarchione showing deputies two locations where clothes were laid out. He was advised to contact the sheriff’s office right away if the man is seen again so he can be found and charged with trespassing.
– Jesse Jackson, West Point Road, Lisbon, reported his landlord had picked up his wife’s prescription at a Lisbon drug store but had not brought them. Deputies spoke to the man, who said he had to stop by work prior to taking Jackson the pills but he would do so by 4 p.m. Saturday.
-John McKarns, Nature Road, Kensington, reported several tractor weights stolen and he located them at A&A Scrap Yard in Carrollton. An employee there helped McKarns load up his property and told deputies he would try to ascertain which customer had brought them in.
-Officers responded Saturday evening for a report of a woman walking around the parking lot of the BP station on state Route 154 for an hour. She was located in the parking lot of the counseling center and identified, and officers learned she was returning to the Kendall House and was in apparent good health.
– Stevie Halverstadt, South Vine Street, reported Saturday her nephew was causing problems and her husband no longer wanted him to be at their home. The man was sitting in his vehicle outside the residence when officers arrived and he pulled away when the cruiser pulled onto the street, according to reports.
– Tiffany McFallen, North Market Street, reported Saturday she was assaulted by a man she knows while on the village square, saying he grabbed her by the throat.
– Gabreael Milhone, East Chestnut Street, reported Friday his neighbor was intoxicated, setting off bottle rockets and starting his chain saw. Asked to be quiet due to the time of night and Milhone’s baby sleeping, the neighbor reportedly stated, “You better buy renter’s insurance.”
-Police were called Saturday night by an 11-year-old Pine Street Extension girl claiming that her mother Kim Hays and her mother’s boyfriend Ian Wellington were fighting and there is a baby in the house that Wellington was carrying while intoxicated. She also was asked if Wellington had a gun and said he did but she didn’t know where it was. Officers spoke to Wellington, who said he and Hays had been drinking some beer and began arguing, which turned into yelling. Hays corroborated his account. Wellington was advised to leave for the night, and he did.
– Called to the municipal pool for a report of people swimming after hours, officers were advised by lifeguards that they had permission from pool manager Dana Blackburn to have a staff party. Blackburn called the police department to say she had notified the dispatcher earlier in the day about the party to be held.
– A representative of the Sheltered Workshop reported a client told her another client had attempted to sexually assault her Friday. The matter is under investigation.
– Shawn Ramsey, Hill Street, Lisbon, reported Friday he plans on evicting his girlfriend and when he returned home, an argument ensued. His girlfriend’s 16-year-old daughter was in his bedroom, and Ramsey told her to get out and she reportedly struck the dog for chewing her headphones, causing Ramsey to yell at her. Some pushing occurred between the two. Ramsey’s girlfriend Bobbi Fisher told deputies she plans on leaving but not that day. No one wanted to file charges, and all parties were advised to stay away from one another.
-Ron Hale, Laughlin Road, Lisbon, reported Friday he had hired a company to do some septic line work for $35 per hour but when the work was complete, he was given a bill citing $125 per hour. He was advised to contact an attorney.
– A Route 62, Salem, man reported at 7:51 a.m. Thursday someone stole the wheel and tire from his Kia Sportage that was parked in his driveway.
– A Columbiana-Waterford Road, Columbiana, man reported at 4 p.m. Thursday a suspicious package was on his property. A deputy found the package contained children’s books.
– Wanda Blaner, East Liverpool Road, Lisbon, reported at 5 a.m. Tuesday she and her husband Duane had an old large gray farm tractor for sale in their yard and when they woke up that morning it was gone.
– A Charlton Drive, Lisbon, woman reported at 5:48 p.m. Thursday someone broke into her home and took jewelry, commemorative coins and prescription medication.
– Nicki Jones of Dollar General in Rogers reported at 3:34 p.m. Tuesday earlier she found two syringes and a kitchen spoon along the north side of the building. Deputies disposed of the items.
– Ron Selman of Duke and Duchess, U.S. Route 62, Alliance, reported at 3:38 p.m. Wednesday a woman pumped $15 in gas on Aug. 3 and her credit card was declined. She gave him a telephone number and said she would come back to pay for the gas. She did not return and the telephone number turned out to be false. The woman was located and told deputies she would go pay for the gas on Thursday, which she did.
– Melinda Ketchum, Darner Road, Lisbon, reported at 12:32 p.m. Tuesday she was at Horst Deli and a gold Honda in the parking lot backed into her van. The vehicle left, but she found it there again on Wednesday. She spoke to the driver, Gypsie Walsh, Cain Street, East Liverpool, who said she felt a bump, but did not see any damage so she left. Ketchum provided deputies with Walsh’s insurance information.
– A Lakeside Drive, Beloit, man reported at 10:50 a.m. Thursday he has received 14 calls this week from a Ft. Myers, Fla., number, but the caller does not leave a message. Deputies checked both numbers, but found them to be routed through an Internet-based phone service, preventing the originating number to appear on caller ID.
– Fred Kinsey, Carmel Achor Road, Negley, reported at 1:19 a.m. Thursday three teens knocked on his door requesting to come inside because a man with two large dogs was chasing them. He refused to let them come in and they left going toward Union Ridge Road. Kinsey then saw a man going through his yard with two large dogs. Deputies checked the area, but did not find anyone.
– A West Point Road, Lisbon, man reported at 2:48 a.m. Thursday his wife was having issues with her medications and was over at the West Point Elementary School yelling. Deputies spoke to the woman, who was disoriented and agreed to go to the hospital. She was transported to East Liverpool City Hospital by North Star Ambulance.
– Allisha Horton, Bayard Road, Minerva, reported at 11:34 p.m. Wednesday she and her mother got into an argument after her mother was stopped in East Canton because she was reportedly weaving. The police there would not allow her to drive home. The mother arranged a ride and when they got home an argument ensued with the mother blaming the daughter for what happened and striking her. Horton declined to prosecute.
– A Bandy Road, Alliance, woman reported a domestic dispute at a neighbor’s home at 12:18 a.m. Thursday. Deputies spoke to a couple who admitted they were arguing about something which happened years ago. The wife claimed he grabbed her arms and hit her with a pillow, but there was no other violence and both signed a refusal to prosecute.
– A Cedarwood Drive, Alliance, woman reported a dispute between a father and his 17-year-old son at a Misty Morning Lane, Beloit, home at 11:43 p.m. Tuesday. The father was refusing to allow his son to use the vehicle, causing an argument and shoving. The two declined to pursue charges against each other.
– A deputy stopped a vehicle northbound traveling slowly on the grass median on state Route 11 at 3:25 p.m. Tuesday. The driver was incoherent and an ambulance was called. She was found to have extremely low blood sugar and was transported to East Liverpool City Hospital.
– A state Route 558, New Waterford, man reported at 10:22 a.m. Tuesday someone cashed six checks from his bank account without his permission during the past four months. The checks totaled, $6,150.
– A Georgetown Road, Homeworth, woman reported at 2:56 a.m. Tuesday her 17-year-old son took her 16-year-old son’s moped. While deputies were there, the boy returned with the moped and was reminded by deputies about his actions. The mother was told how to pursue unruly charges through juvenile court.
– A Hawley Road, Salem, woman reported at 1:04 a.m. Tuesday her 12-year-old granddaughter went to a friend’s house and then the two of them were dropped off at a Tower Road address, but the child did not have permission. The grandmother did not have transportation to go get the girl, who had called in tears. Deputies went to Tower Road and spoke to the girls. The granddaughter claimed her mother gave her permission to go, but when deputies called and woke the mother, she denied her daughter permission.
– A state Route 154, Rogers, man reported at 2:03 p.m. Friday he was having a dispute with a man over work being done on an ATV and a truck. Deputies spoke to both men and an agreement was worked out.
– A Fairfield School Road, Leetonia, woman reported at 1 p.m. Friday she was attempting to sell a CB radio on Craigslist for $450, but someone contacted her and sent her a check for $1,950. They asked her to deposit the check, send them the excess $1,450 and keep $50 for her trouble. She deposited the check, but asked the bank to hold it until it cleared, which it did not. The check was a PNC certified check from Ohio, with a return address in San Diego, Calif., and a West Virginia area code phone number on it.
– Imogene Brandeburg, Spillway Drive, Lisbon, reported at 1:17 p.m. Monday she was backing from her driveway when her neighbor, backed into her vehicle with his. The neighbor, Richard Crookston, reported Brandeburg backed into him. Both vehicles were damaged.
– Martin Burchell, Spillway Drive, Lisbon, reported at 12:53 p.m. Monday two boys were shooting a BB gun toward the trailer park and when he attempted to talk to them about it, they ran off. Deputies found the boys, ages 10 and 11, who said they had permission to shoot at a neighbor’s archery target. They claimed they ran when Burchell started walking toward them yelling. Deputies explained the proper way to set up a target and backstop and suggested they stay away from the trailer park when shooting.
– A Metz Road, Columbiana, woman reported at 10:15 a.m. July 31 they found someone used their credit card account on July 28 and July 29, charging $1,050 and $2,151 respectively.
– A Taylor Road, Negley, woman reported at 10:33 a.m. Monday a neighbor is cutting trees down on the property they are attempting to purchase. The previous owner of the property recently died and the current ownership of the property is currently in dispute, according to her. The neighbor, who also claims to own the property, reportedly cut down several 12-foot trees along the fence line.
– A Peppercorn Drive, East Palestine, woman reported at 8:07 a.m. Monday in the past 10 days she has received five or six phone calls from a woman who she has a protection order against. She wanted a report filed in case the calls continue.
– A Bayard Road, Minerva, man reported at 6:54 a.m. Monday someone stole his Husquvarna weedeater from the back of his truck at his home sometime prior to him finding it missing on July 24. Then on July 30 someone took two chainsaws from his garage.
– Caleb Wycoff of the Lock 30 Campground, Middle Beaver Road, Lisbon, reported at 9:47 a.m. Monday someone burned the plastic mailbox at the end of the driveway for the campground sometime during the weekend. It is not known if there was any mail inside at the time. The box appeared melted.
– A Spillway Road, Lisbon, man reported at 2:38 a.m. Sunday there was a fight in the area. Deputies spoke to the park manager, who stated a group fought near the laundromat and then one left by bicycle while another left in a vehicle. No one was around at that point.
– Highlandtown Fire Department reported a car fire in the area of state Route 39 and Oak Grove Road at 12:37 a.m. Monday. Errin Smyth, Glasgow Road, Salineville, told deputies she was driving with her friends when they heard a noise, like something fell off below the car, smelled smoke and pulled onto Oak Grove Road.
– A fight was reported to Minerva Police at a home on Buffalo Road at 1:12 a.m. Sunday. Deputies contacted Matthew Stout, who said he has been allowing his daughter and her boyfriend live in a camper on his property with their children while they try to get on their feet financially, but saw the boyfriend injecting drugs in front of the children. He confronted him and pushing ensued. The boyfriend told deputies Stout hit him in the face, but there were no visible marks. Deputies were given permission to search the camper and found two marijuana smoking devices, which were confiscated.
– A tractor trailer was in the ditch at the corner of U.S. Route 30 and County Home Road at 3:34 p.m. Saturday. The driver, James Steel, pulling a WalMart trailer, told deputies he turned off state Route 11 to get fuel at BP in Lisbon, but the card reader was not working. Someone told him there was a Valero right up the road, but he went westbound on U.S. Route 30 and decided to try to turn around when he slid into the ditch.
– A Unity Line Road, New Waterford, man reported at 12:37 p.m. Sunday someone on state Route 558 was shooting and a stray bullet came through their yard. Deputies spoke to the neighbors, who said they were target shooting, but were unaware of the stray bullet until the neighbor came over to tell them. They put the firearms away and planned to do no more shooting that day.
– A Churchill Road, Lisbon, woman reported at 6:06 p.m. Sunday her son’s girlfriend stole a Nintendo DS from her home and sold it at Cashland in Salem. Additionally, Diling said the same woman sold a Blu-Ray DVD at Cashland, which another woman had stolen from WalMart.
– A Stephan Drive, Minerva, woman reported at 6:12 p.m. Sunday there was an argument at the address. Deputies spoke to a woman who said her ex-husband came to try to pick up his children, but she was supposed to have them until Friday so she refused. He left when she called deputies.
– A Middle Street, Homeworth, woman reported at 10:26 p.m. Saturday several children were continually riding bicycles through her yard, even though she has asked them to stop. On Saturday one threatened he was going home and his mother would come back to harm her. A few minutes later all the children’s parents showed up and started yelling at her. Deputies spoke to two of the boys and their father, who were standing across the street, explaining they cannot ride on other people’s property without permission. They denied anyone yelled at the woman.
– A U.S. Route 62, Salem, man reported at 3:53 p.m. Sunday he and his wife came home to find their refrigerator ransacked and items taken throughout the house. Believing it may be a relative who has been using drugs, he planned to change the locks.
– Negley EMS reported a drunk man fell and hit his head at a Quay Road home at 8:06 a.m. Friday. Deputies found Jacob Keenan lying on the couch in the livingroom area and the door to the house laying on the ground about five feet from the house. Bobbie Jo Keenan told deputies Jacob was fighting with his sister. Jacob Keenan told deputies and EMS they needed a warrant to be there and to leave his property. He became aggressive with Deputy Willie Coleman and was taken into custody. After he was in custody, his sister, Jessica Keenan told deputies Jacob Keenan had gotten angry, threw things around the house and choked her until she hit him with a cup. He then reportedly began choking their mother and Jessica punched him to get him to stop. He allegedly shoved their mother to the floor, knocked the phone out of Jessica’s hand when she called 911 and kicked the front door on his way out, breaking it from the hinges. He is charged with two counts of domestic violence.
– A caller reported cattle on the roadway near Woodsdale and Whinnery Roads at 6:17 p.m. Saturday. The roadway was checked and no cattle were found.
– Heidi Wheeler, East Liverpool Road, reported at 11:14 p.m. Friday she and her boyfriend, the father of her infant son, were at the VFW when her boyfriend became angry with her and left her there. She got a ride home from a friend, she argued with him and they began pushing each other. Wheeler said he struck her in the face and threw her across the livingroom causing her to hit her head on the floor. The boyfriend, Kelly Emmerling, left before deputies arrived. He was charged with domestic violence.
– Flora Quetot, Carter Road, New Waterford, reported her husband received a call from someone saying they were from Capital One and that they owed $3,059. The Quetots realized this was a scam and she called the real Capital One, which told her to file a report.
– Jason Larue, Salem Grange Road, Salem, reported receiving several phone calls from Jamaica, and the caller kept insisting he had won $850,000. Larue hung up but the person kept calling back.
– Eric Haniski, Metz Road, Columbiana, reported Thursday receiving harassing calls from Keith Goodman over $600 owed Eva Salsberry for work done last year, but Haniski said Salsberry was employed by the business before it was leased to him. The parties were advised this was a civil dispute.
– Norman Frye, Dutchtown School Road, Rogers, reported Thursday he traded vehicles with someone named Mark on Craigslist and now Mark is unhappy with the deal and threatening to come to his house. The deputy called Mark and told him if he had a problem with the trade to contact an attorney.
– Gina Byers, a clerk at the Family Dollar store in Lisbon, reported Friday being paid with a counterfeit $50 bill after it failed the pen test. The deputy took the bill to the Huntington National Bank where the customer said they received it, and bank officials confirmed it was legitimate.
– Lorna Jones, Depot Road, Lisbon, reported Friday Gary Fisher Jr., the father of her children, was calling and saying he wanted to see the children even though there is no court order allowing him to do so. Jones was told to call back if he should show up.
– Gary Holloway, Brookfield Avenue, Lisbon, reported at 2:19 a.m. Saturday he was walking in his door when he heard someone address him in a derogatory manner. Holloway turned around and was punched in the face by someone, who then fled.
– Brandon Newman, no address listed, called Saturday to ask if he could get in trouble for firing a Civil War replica cannon. When he has done so in the past Newman has advised his neighbors beforehand, and this time one neighbor said they intended to call the sheriff’s office. Newman was told he could be in trouble if the percussion from the blast caused any damage, or he could be charged if the cannon was fired late at night.
– Natasha Burkey, First Street, Hanoverton, reported Friday her estranged husband had left their son home alone while at his father’s home, and she wanted to go get him but expected trouble because he was home now. The deputy spoke to the father/husband, who said everything was fine, but he did not want Burkey showing up with her boyfriend or there could be problems. The deputy then spoke with the son, who said he had a friend staying over and they were playing. When asked if he wanted to go with his mother, the boy said he preferred to stay with his father and friend. Burkey was advised of this but she said she wanted a report for her attorney.
– Bryan Devore, state Route 154, Rogers, reported Saturday receiving harassing calls from Peggy King, and the deputy left a message on King’s answering machine telling her about the complaint and the possible consequences if she continued calling.
– Jessica Geiselman, Stump Road, Minerva, reported Saturday she purchased a puppy on Craigslist for $75 and now the seller wants more money. Upon further research, Geiselman determined this was a scam.
– Christopher Gordon, a driver for the Pittsburgh Yellow Cab Co., asked for a deputy to come to a home on Seigler Road, Salineville, at 10:21 p.m. Thursday after a man did not pay his fare. Gordon said a person later identified as Michael Mobley Jr. asked how much would it cost for a taxi ride from Amtrak station in Pittsburgh to the Seigler Road address. Gordon told him $175 and he agreed, but once they arrived at Seigler Road Mobley told him he did not have the money to pay him. Mobley, 20, was charged with theft.
– The burglary alarm went off at the Rogers Feed Mill at 5:21 p.m. Thursday. A deputy arrived to find the building secure.
– A Jupiter Drive, Wellsville, woman reported her two motor vehicles were entered overnight and her purse was stolen from one of them. Young later found her wallet and credit cards while searching the neighborhood.
– Deputies went to a home on Sharp Street, Perry Township, at 9:35 a.m. Thursday to serve an indictment on Melanie Paulin. A male later identified as Josh Best answered the door but told them Paulin was not there. All the while Best kept the door closed. Best then told them they had awakened him and then the deputies asked if they could come inside and he shut and locked the door. Several minutes passed and the deputies knocked again and Best opened the door only wide enough for him to stick his head out. The deputies told Best they were coming in and he tried to shut the door but they prevented him from doing so. The deputies searched the house and found Paulin hiding behind a door in an upstairs bedroom. Best was also taken into custody and charged with obstructing police business.
-A state Route 172, Lisbon, man reported Wednesday batteries were stolen from four of his motor vehicles, along with two gas containers and some beer.
– Vivian Ryan reported at 11:21 p.m. Tuesday someone in a red extended cab pickup knocked over the Port-A-John in Runzo’s Bait Shop parking lot on Case Road, Beloit. A deputy searched the road but failed to locate the vehicle.
– Jim Sturgeon reported July 18 he was in the process of selling his home on Applegate Road, Wayne Township, when he discovered someone had broken into the detached and attached garages, as well as the home, using what appeared to be a sledge hammer. The intruders stole several motor vehicle batteries and copper plumbing.
– A U.S. Route 62, Beloit, woman reported at 11:49 a.m. Wednesday someone near the Marathon Gas station was shooting without a safe backdrop. She is worried because children sometimes play in the woods behind the home where the shooting was occurring. Deputies intended to contact the homeowner.
– A Creek Road, New Waterford, woman reported Wednesday her husband and their daughter were mowing grass on state Route 154 in Middleton Township. When they returned to their truck her daughter saw that her backpack was missing.
– Deputies were called to a residence on Torma Road, Madison Township, at 2:35 a.m. Thursday, where a man reported an hour before two men he did not know showed up and one of them kept advancing toward him even after he told them to leave. The resident, who was armed with a shotgun, said the suspects left only to return, this time with a third male and a female. One of the men said he was there looking for $80 he had dropped but they fled when the resident told them he was on the phone with the sheriff’s office. About an hour before another person called the sheriff’s office to say he had been at the property to purchase marijuana, and the person who lived there and his son pointed a gun at them and took $70 before firing a shot. The caller identified himself as one person when he called the dispatcher and then gave a different name when questioned by the deputy.
– Someone painted an inappropriate image on the window of a car at a home on Rochester Road, North Georgetown, and other images were painted on the resident’s barns and chicken coop.
– Deputies were called to a domestic dispute on Brookfield Avenue, Lisbon, at 9:32 p.m. Wednesday, where a woman reported she had decided to stay home from work to surprise her boyfriend, who showed up with his ex-girlfriend. An argument ensued when he reportedly shoved the girlfriend out the door and later kicked her. The boyfriend denied kicking her, and she did not show any signs of being struck. She declined to press charges and made plans to stay somewhere else for the night.
– A Pancake-Clarkson Road, Negley, man reported at 10:53 p.m. Wednesday there was an abandoned ATV on the side of the road in the area of state Route 170 and Pancake-Clarkson Road, but the responding deputy found no such vehicle.
– A Main Street, North Georgetown, woman reported Wednesday someone drew graffiti on her pickup.
– A Steubenville Pike, Lisbon, woman reported Wednesday she found a box in her mailbox containing hundreds of cockroaches. The package was addressed to her boyfriend.
– A Gavers Road, Hanover Township, man reported Wednesday his ex-wife keeps calling, texting him and emailing him. His ex-wife told the deputy she was only contacting him in regard to their daughter.
– A U.S. Route 30, Hanoverton, woman reported Wednesday she and her boyfriend were breaking up, and his brother spun out in the driveway when leaving, spraying her and her vehicle with gravel.
– Elmer Stoudt, Spillway Road, Guilford Lake, reported Wednesday finding the gas cap off on the vehicle owned by Barbara Stoudt of Salem, and she believes dirt was placed in the gas tank.
– A state Route 558, Columbiana, mann reported Tuesday someone used his debit card to make 27 charges totaling about $3,000. The charges were made at six different Kroger supermarkets in the Dallas area.
– A Homeworth Road, Alliance, man reported Tuesday receiving harassing calls from an unknown caller.
– A South 12th Street, Beloit, woman reported receiving harassing calls and text messages from her ex-boyfriend, who is threatening to remove everything from her home.
– A Sunset Drive, East Palestine, woman reported Tuesday having issues with her ex-husband over compliance with a court order.