– Floyd Lile, state Route 517, Lisbon, reported at 8:23 a.m. Thursday he saw two men about 18 to 25 years old walking along the road in front of his home on Wednesday. Each was carrying some type of walking stick and was pointing them toward his house and other buildings while talking. When Lile went around to the front of the house to confront them, they were gone. Lile was concerned due to the number of burglaries in his area recently.

– Megan Copenhaver, Spillway Road, Lisbon, reported at 11:48 p.m. Wednesday two women were outside her trailer harassing her, banging on her trailer and urging her to go outside and fight. The other women left the area before deputies arrived, and they were not at their trailer either.

– Michael Miller, Freeman Road, Lisbon, reported at 7:05 p.m. Wednesday he let a woman use his car about a month ago and has since asked her to return it. Deputies spoke to the woman, Patti Colon, who admitted Miller has asked her off and on to return the vehicle for awhile. However, she said Miller also offered to sell her the vehicle. Then on Saturday she saw the vehicle was gone from her driveway and just assumed Miller came and took it. Miller filed a stolen vehicle report.

– Cheryl Dolence, a teacher, and Jayson Yeagley, both of Beaver Local High School, reported on Sept. 20, a 17-year-old student took items from Dolence’s purse on the previous day. The teacher’s cell phone was destroyed and placed in the trash in the boy’s restroom along with her wallet. Also taken was a $110 and a Home Depot card. The boy was found with the card in his sock and reportedly admitted taking the items. He was suspended from school. He also told Dolence he had given her money to another student, a 15-year-old boy, who denied having it.


– A Carmel Achor Road, Rogers, woman reported at 4:40 p.m. Tuesday she received a scam letter in the mail claiming she won a large sum of money.

– Eric Jordan, West Pidgeon Road, Salem, reported at 2:47 p.m. Tuesday he was threatened by a man who came out of Campbell’s Market while he was sitting at a picnic table. Deputies spoke to the owners of J and J Tire, who said they did not want Jordan hanging around the store. They asked deputies to ask Jordan to leave and deputies suggested in the future they call deputies if they want someone removed.

– A Hibbits Mill Road, Wellsville, woman reported at 7:34 p.m. Monday she had an argument with her boyfriend, but he left before deputies arrived.

– Dennis Dotson, Steubenville Pike, Lisbon, reported property dispute down the road at 4:17 p.m. Monday. Fern Osterling, Steubenville Pike, told deputies several people came to the property to retrieve a vehicle, which did not belong to them. They left before deputies arrived and did not get the vehicle.

– Mark Solomon, Lisbon Dungannon Road, Lisbon, reported on Monday in June he noticed both bucket seats missing from his 1972 Chevelle parked in the backyard. Two weeks ago he checked the car again and noticed the in-dash radio missing.

– Linda Hodge, Augusta Road, East Rochester, reported Tuesday that on Sept. 10 she left her cell phone on the kitchen island and went out for the day. The phone was missing when she returned.

– Alva Collins, Steubenville Pike, LIsbon, reported at 12:03 p.m. Tuesday his brother owns the property next to his and has erected an electric fence on the property line. Collins told deputies he paid $800 to have the property line surveyed and as soon as the surveyor left, his brother was out driving posts into the property line. Collins was concerned about whether the fence must be six inches from the property line and whether it is legal to put up an electric fence without livestock inside it. Deputies told him to contact his attorney.


– Destiny Stoffel, state Route 45, Wellsville, reported at 1:01 p.m. Friday she was getting items from her home and her husband was calling harassing her. He also reportedly was on his way to the house. Deputies went to the house. The landlord arrived and an argument began between Mrs. Stoffel and him, which deputies ended by requesting the landlord leave. The husband did not come to the house.

– A Creek Road, New Waterford, woman reported at 8:19 a.m. Monday her son told her a man was at her son’s house that morning when he came home and the man was yelling at him. The son told the man to leave, but he refused to leave at first. Deputies tried to talk to the son, leaving him a message on voice mail.

– Jim Keck, Georgetown Road, Salem, reported Monday that sometime last Thursday or Friday someone stole several scrap metal items from his farm – parts for semi trucks and other vehicles.

– Casey Brown, state Route 170, Rogers, reported on Monday that on Saturday she found someone used her Home Savings debit card to purchase a steam cleaner from for $152.

– A Willard Road, Hanoverton, woman reported at 12:33 p.m. Friday there was a suspicious vehicle parked on the Willard Road railroad bridge. Deputies found the vehicle pulled off and ran the plate to see who it belonged to. Deputies looked over the bridge railing and saw a man walking on the railroad tracks carrying two large plastic bags. Deputies called the man by his first name and he came up to the roadway, claiming he was collecting cans, but no longer carrying the bags. Drug Task Force agents were called and recovered the bags, which appeared to contain marijuana.

– Dave Waseman, U.S. Route 30, Minerva, reported at 8:24 a.m. Friday his friend was at his home and commented if Waseman did not allow him to move in, he would have to bury him. The friend left on foot and Waseman was concerned for his friend. Deputies checked the area and the man was located by Minerva police.

– A man reported at 5:11 p.m. Monday there was a suspicious woman frantically looking through a parked vehicle in the lot for employees at the gas processing plant on state Route 644 and Mechanicstown Road. Deputies found numerous people in the parking lot, but no frantic women.

– Peggy Bish, state Route 170, Negley, reported at 4:30 p.m. Monday a suspicious man was driving by and taking photos of her home. The man told her he was a real estate appraiser.

– A Winona Road, Salem, woman reported at 4:15 p.m. Monday her 17-year-old grandson left the house on his bicycle before deputies arrived, but had been swinging a ball bat around earlier and shooting at cats with a pellet gun. KLG was contacted and took the boy at his mother’s request for an evaluation.

– Andrew Foster, West Main Street, Salineville, reported at 7:56 p.m. Monday he was being threatened by a man he knows, who chased him and parked across from Foster’s home. Deputies spoke to the other man, Ed Donaldson, who said he confronted Foster after Foster swerved at him on the street. Donaldson claimed Foster was the one harassing him.

– Laura Gardner, Edward Circle, Columbiana, reported at 2:03 p.m. Sunday a $3,000 generator was stolen. Also taken was $200 from her daughter’s closet and her wedding band.


– Darrel Smith, Fife Coal Road, Wellsville, reported at 2:38 p.m. Sunday a neighbor’s goats are coming onto his property. Deputies called the neighbor and asked him to secure his goats.

– Todd Stoffel, state Route 45, Lisbon, reported at 10:20 a.m. Sunday his wife came to his house and cut up all his clothes. Someone also cut his bed from one end to the other. A few days earlier he told deputies someone impaled a stuffed bear with a kitchen knife. His wife reportedly told him she did not know what he was talking about when he asked about the clothes.

– Paul Marshall, visiting at his mother’s on Willard Road, Hanoverton, reported at 10:23 a.m. Sunday someone entered his unlocked vehicle and took $1,000. He believed the theft happened between 8:30 p.m. Saturday and 9 a.m. Sunday.

– Lori Hale, building a new home in the county, reported Sunday she left the worksite at 7:30 p.m. Saturday and when she came back at 11 a.m. Sunday she found the gate broken through. It appeared someone drove up to the worksite, but had not entered the building.

– Andy Spooner, state Route 517, New Waterford, reported at 12:41 p.m. Sunday a woman has been calling him and he has court paperwork stating he is not allowed to communicate with her. He was concerned because he could not send her a message telling her to stop calling without violating the court order.

– Lisa Labate, Darlington Road, Negley, reported at 1:20 p.m. Saturday she was driving past the family farm when she noticed a window broken out of the garage door. She could not tell if anything was missing from inside.

– Nicole Depace, Stookesberry Road, Lisbon, reported at 12:55 p.m. Saturday a vehicle was parked out by her mailbox and she wanted deputies to check the area. The vehicle was not located.

– Someone reported a suspicious vehicle and two men walking around at a vacant home on state Route 14 at 11:16 a.m. Sunday. Deputies spoke to the men, who said they were looking at the property to consider purchasing it. Deputies explained how to locate a property owner on the Internet. The pickup was checked to make certain they were not there taking things from the house.

– Jeremy Ellinger, U.S. Route 62, Salem, reported at 1:56 p.m. Friday his ex-neighbor threatened him. Ellinger said he was there cleaning up his lot when he noticed a door open and shut it. Believing Ellinger had gone into his trailer, the neighbor then threatened him.

– A state Route 7, New Waterford, woman reported at 1:01 p.m. Friday she has been getting threatening text messages to her phone.

– A state Route 14, East Palestine, resident reported at 10:16 a.m. Saturday two girls living in Negley were on Facebook threatening to beat her up.


– Yellow Creek Township Trustee Kenny Biacco reported Friday night that he and Trustee Larry Brewer went to Hibbetts Mill Road about a mile off state Route 45 where trash had been dumped. They found the name of Josh Long, Bank Street, East Liverpool, on several papers as well as his date of birth and Social Security number on some of them. Long told them he contracts with the city for trash pickup and he has no idea how the trash got there. Long said he would clean up the trash, which he did. Biacco was concerned someone may have stolen his trash and now has Long’s personal information.

– A caller reported a male walking on the road near Grant and Steubenville Pike in Center Township at 11:17 p.m. Thursday. It was a neighbor who explained he has no reception in his house and comes outside to talk on the phone.

– A Cusick Road resident reported at 11 p.m. Thursday he believes there is drug dealing in the area as several vehicles have been pulling into a vacant house near Cusick and Applegate, a neighbor meets them there and then they leave. A deputy checked but saw no vehicles. He will pass on the information to the task force.

– Brandon Hyder came to the station at 5:20 p.m. Thursday saying his soon-to-be ex was following him from work. Hyder said she has filed a domestic against him in Mahoning County and he was ordered to have no contact with her. He has since moved to this county and does not want her to know where he lives.

– Nicole Kuemerle, Lakeview Road, Hanoverton, reported Thursday there was a $664 charge on her debit card from made by someone in Illinois. The card was canceled and Walmart notified.

– A state Route 267, East Liverpool, resident reported at 11:21 p.m. Wednesday a vehicle pulled into the driveway with the lights shining on the house. When she turned the flood lights on, it left.

– Dwayne Burkette, Dutchtown School Road, Rogers, reported at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday a neighbor was cleaning out the apartment next door and found items he thought may be drug related. A deputy determined they were not.

– A deputy responded to a reported domestic on Mahoning Avenue, Homeworth, at 12:07 p.m. Saturday. It had been an argument and the wife had calmed down when the deputy spoke with her.

– Eric Bemish, Main Street, was charged with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest after a deputy responded at 6:15 p.m. Saturday to a report of a intoxicated man lying in the roadway on Main.


– Deputies were called to Venezia Auto Sales, state Route 14, East Palestine, at 1:05 a.m. Tuesday after a car alarm sounded. The alarm had been deactivated when they arrived.

– Veronica Zahrndt called at 12:51 a.m. Saturday on a welfare check of her father, William Zahrndt, state Route 45, Lisbon. An officer then met with William, who was listening to music on his front porch.

– A Rogers woman contacted deputies at 6:35 p.m. Thursday regarding phone solicitation of a sexual nature.

– Katherine Brown, Clarkson Road, Lisbon, contacted police at 7:23 p.m. Thursday after she saw a former tenant on her rental property, possibly to collect his property. An officer advised the man to get his property from the residence before he is considered moved out.

-Deputies were called to the area of Butcher Road and Jersey Ridge Road, Salem, at 9:02 p.m. Thursday after a report of a man in a red shirt with a backpack was stealing apples from trees. Police arrived to find no one on the premises.

-A Lusk Lock Road, Lisbon, man contacted police at 11:03 p.m. Thursday regarding a missing shotgun after speaking with another man who asked if he still had guns in his home.

-Police were called to a house on Miller Road, Lisbon, at 1:07 a.m. Friday of reports of suspicious people next door. The neighbor stated that he got a ride from his friend after returning from overseas.

– Dwayne Burkett, Dutchtown School Road, Rogers, reported a possible trespasser at 11:42 p.m. Friday after observing flashlights in his yard. No one was found upon a search. Burkett called back later to report that someone had smashed the windshield of his 1999 Chevrolet Tahoe with an unknown object. After another search with no one found and no witnesses, an officer suggested Burkett purchase a deer cam to catch the perpetrators.

– Alisha Horton, Bayard Road, Minerva, contacted deputies at 12:51 a.m. Saturday about vandalism done to her house by the ex-boyfriends of Horton and her mother.

– Pam Watson, a bus driver for Beaver Local Schools, state Route 7, Lisbon, spoke with a deputy at 10 a.m. Tuesday regarding a juvenile male who entered a school bus without privilege and threatened a 17-year-old male the day before. Transportation supervisor Jay Cochran told the deputy that the juvenile has done this before, and both are afraid that he would assault other students or drivers.

– Kellie Strader, Gavers Road, Hanoverton, contacted police around 2:10 p.m. Wednesday after she was reportedly threatened by her brother’s stepson and fears for her life. She also said that the stepson has stolen from her, and she wants him to stay away. A deputy explained to her how to file a protection order, which she requested instead of pressing charges.

– Robert Walters, McCracken Road, Salem, reported at 4:57 p.m. Aug. 13 that his former girlfriend, Julia Ingledue, had smashed out the windows on his trailer. Upon investigation, it was revealed that Julia also owns the trailer, and no charges were filed.

– While on patrol at Crestview High School, a deputy found an unlocked car with a wallet and identification at 3:08 a.m. Aug. 16. The ID belongs to a South State Street, New Waterford resident, and was returned to that person.


– Linda Dapollonia reported at 5:10 p.m. Thursday she and Allen Ingledue borrowed a vehicle from Mary Johnson and drove to a home on St. Jacob-Logtown Road, Lisbon. Richard Eric Parrish came to the house, began arguing with them and threatened to tow the vehicle. The owner of the property, Larry Taylor, told Parrish to leave and he refused. Parrish then sliced the driver’s side front tire. Deputies went looking for Parrish, 41, who later turned himself in. He was charged with criminal trespassing and criminal damaging.


– A state Route 165, East Palestine, woman reported at 10:28 p.m. Wednesday her son became angry because she would not give him a ride into East Palestine and knocked over the stereo along with a few other items before leaving the house on foot.

– Robin Parrish, state Route 558, New Waterford, reported at 10:55 a.m. Wednesday her grandfather smashed her laptop, which she had rented from Aaron’s. When deputies came to the house to investigate, the grandfather, Jack Parr Sr., continually got into their faces, yelling he did not give them permission to be there. Deputies explained another family member had allowed them inside and requested he cease his behavior several times. Parr, 77, was charged with disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and criminal damaging.

– A domestic dispute was reported on Rollercoaster Road, Lisbon, at 9:41 p.m. Wednesday. A resident told deputies he and his daughter argued and he asked her to leave. Deputies called the daughter, who confirmed the story and said she plans to move out.

– A U.S. Route 30, Minerva, man reported at 8:53 p.m. Wednesday another man he knows has been calling and harassing him. Deputies called the man and told him to stop calling.

– Chuck Ketchum, Steubenville Pike, Lisbon, reported at 10:53 a.m. Tuesday a neighbor’s horses were loose again on his property. Deputies went to speak with the owner, alerted him the horses were out and warned him if they continue to escape he could be charged.

– Pam Watson, a Beaver Local Schools bus driver and Jay Cochran, the district transportation supervisor, reported Tuesday that on Monday afternoon a man got on the school bus and threatened a 17-year-old student. Cochran reported this is not the first time the man has done this and they were concerned about the safety of students and bus drivers.


– David Strawn, Slater Road, Winona, reported a possible burglary in progress at 3:57 a.m. Tuesday. Deputies checked the exterior and interior of the home, the garage and basement, but found no one.

– A Scroggs Road, Lisbon, man reported at 12:57 p.m. Monday he noticed a $391 transaction from his bank account at Woodforest Bank. The transaction was reportedly made over the Internet to on Friday. He notified the bank and they shut down his account.

– J.R. Adams, Vale Road, Rogers, reported a domestic dispute at 7:05 p.m. Monday, with a couple fighting in Negley. When confronted, the man in the situation reportedly came out of the house with a shotgun. Deputies spoke to the man, Noah Hartman, who said the neighbors were challenging him and asking him to step out and fight. He asked them several times to get off his property and eventually grabbed his unloaded shotgun before going out again to ask them to leave while pointing it at the ground. His girlfriend confirmed his story and told deputies there was no physical violence. Everyone was reminded in the future to let deputies handle such disputes.

– A state Route 45, Salem, man reported at 8:03 p.m. Monday someone stole a push mower from his neighbor’s property.

– A state Route 39, Wellsville, woman reported at 6:38 p.m. Monday someone stole three lanterns from her son’s grave in the Highlandtown Cemetery.

– A Brookfield Road, Lisbon, man reported at 8:23 p.m. Monday he has been receiving harassing text messages from a man he knows, threatening to come and beat him up. Deputies spoke to the other man, telling him to cease.

– Vicky Dejane, Torrence Drive, Wellsville, reported at 2:06 p.m. Monday she was expecting a package in the mail last week and checked with the post office on Monday because it had not arrived. The post office told her the package was delivered on Saturday, but she did not receive it. She called back at 4:20 p.m. because the package had arrived.

– A Hamilton Road, East Palestine, woman reported at 5:03 p.m. Monday someone used her Home Savings bank account making at least seven transactions in Delaware, including two at the Shore Stop for $57 and one at Royal Farms for $58. Three other transactions were pending.

– Timothy Wilson, Lisbon Dungannon Road, Lisbon, reported at 10:44 a.m. Monday sometime last week someone burglarized his home, taking everything from his home while he was staying at his father’s home in Minerva.

– A Sprucevale Road, Rogers, woman reported at 2:12 p.m. Monday she was called by a person who claimed to be bringing her a check to sign. She told him she was not interested and hung up. He called back telling her he wanted her to talk to his manager and she told him not to call back, hanging up again.


– Lori Foster, West Main Street, Salineville, reported at 12:23 a.m. Monday she returned to her home accompanied by her daughter in time to see a man run behind the house. Deputies checked the area, but did not see anyone. Foster told deputies her son was sleeping inside the house with his children, but were not answering the phone. Deputies stepped inside and found the home infested with cockroaches. Deputies explained to Foster’s daughter that the home is unsanitary to have her children stay there and she decided to take them back home to Malvern. Children Services was notified about the condition of the home.

– A medical alarm brought police to a home on Church Street, New Waterford, at 5:58 a.m. Sunday. Neighbors said there was an alarm and light going off in an elderly woman’s apartment, but she would not answer the door. Unable to reach someone with a key, deputies kicked in the door and found Louise Hudson asking for help and on the floor of the bedroom. An ambulance was summoned.

– While searching an inmate, Sara Jackson, 22, West Pershing Street, Salem, to book her in the county jail at 1:10 a.m. Monday, guards reportedly found she had a live .308 rifle round in her purse and a marijuana pipe. The items were confiscated.

– The son of Fred Tomlinson, Smith Road, Negley, reported at 3:10 p.m. Thursday he came home from school and noticed a window broken in his home along with the blinds moved. Deputies found the side door to the residence ajar and the window next to the door pried open. Deputies cleared the house to make certain no one was still inside and then allowed Fred and his son inside, where they discovered six firearms missing from the gun safe and $105 missing from two locations in the house.

– Sophie Grubb, a caregiver with American Health, Beard Road, East Palestine, reported Thursday that on Tuesday Daniel Lucido, a man she cares for, left home and she was unaware of where he had gone. Deputies spoke with his brother, who also had not heard from him. Lucido’s roommate told deputies he had a cold for three days and told him he was going to Trumbull Memorial Hospital in Warren. Deputies contacted that hospital and Salem Community Hospital, but he had not been there. A missing persons report was filed. Grubb called deputies on Friday to report the man had been found at Heritage Valley Hospital in Pennsylvania.

– Michele Burge, Country Video, reported at 5:48 p.m. Friday a man rented four movies from the store and did not return them. Deputies contacted Salineville police, who went to the address listed on the account, but no one was there.

– Deputies went to an accident reported on U.S. Route 30 just west of County Home Road at 5:17 p.m. Saturday, where they found an unoccupied vehicle in the ditch. Deputies checked the area for the driver, but did not find anyone. The highway patrol handled the crash.

– Someone at Clewell’s Landing Campground in Hanover Township reported at 7:04 p.m. Saturday a man, who recently had brain surgery and was reportedly not taking his medication as directed, was talking about harming himself. The man voluntarily agreed to go with KLG to St. Elizabeth Hospital in Youngstown.

– Nancy Hawkins, Kirk Road, Columbiana, reported at 1:54 p.m. Sunday a suspicious motorcycle was sitting on the road. Before deputies arrived, Hawkins called back to report the motorcycle may have been broken down, because someone loaded it up in a truck and took it away.

– Crystal Gorby, East Taggart Street, East Palestine, reported at 12:47 p.m. Sunday her lock on her storage shed at SR 14 Storage was broken off, but the lock provided by the storage facility was still intact.

– Sue Kinser, Main Street, Homeworth, reported at 10:47 a.m. Sunday someone put black paint on her vehicle’s fender while it was parked in front of her house.

– Sandra Wilson, Depot Street, Rogers, reported at 9:07 a.m. Saturday someone took a three-wheeled Cushman cart from her rental property on Walnut Street in Rogers. The vehicle has a gas-powered engine and headlights. A neighbor told deputies he saw the Cushman leave the yard at about 8 p.m. after dark. He saw it nearly crash a couple times while it was driven through a couple yards and he heard two male voices yelling at each other. The vehicle then went east on state Route 154. Another neighbor told deputies he came outside and saw the vehicle sitting at the end of his driveway with the four-way flashers on, but did not see who was driving it because it was dark. It turned east onto state Route 154. Deputies checked the area.

– Terry Gott, Center Drive, Homeworth, reported at 10:37 a.m. Friday her mother has been sending harassing messages in the mail with no return address. Deputies contacted Gott’s brother, who said his mother had sent Gott a letter asking her to please stop spreading rumors about her. Deputies told him to have his mother stop.

– Russ Williams, Beech Street, Hanoverton, reported at 2 a.m. Friday he saw what looked like flashlights in the interior of a neighbor’s house. Deputies checked the house and found the outside light is flickering, which appeared as Williams reported.

– John Barrett, state Route 518, Lisbon, reported at 11:07 a.m. Friday a neighbor has been walking through his yard, including on Friday when 10 minutes after he asked his neighbor to stop, the neighbor walked back through.

– At 3:38 p.m. on Sept. 12, the mother, father and stepmother of a 17-year-old Haiti Road, Salineville, girl reported she had not come home. The stepmother had called the girl, who said she did not want to come home and hung up. The mother called her and she claimed she had gone to her 17-year-old boyfriend’s home instead of to school and the two had driven five hours to Maryland, got married and came back. After Carroll County deputies went to the boyfriend’s house and the girl refused to leave, the prosecutor’s office in Columbiana County suggested a runaway warrant should be filed. The girl came home before the warrant was issued.

– Melissa Orr, Speidel Road, Hanoverton, reported at 7:45 p.m. Thursday her son had discovered the two vehicles in their driveway were stolen. The landlord told Orr she saw the van being pulled down her road earlier by a flatbed truck.

– Angela Reese, Water Street, Salineville, reported at 9:28 a.m. Friday a burglary was in progress at the neighbor’s house. Neighbors reportedly saw a man, Josh Crooms, climbing into the house through a window at the back of the house. As deputies were walking to the house, the front door opened and a man came out. He was ordered to the ground at gunpoint and handcuffed. Crooms told deputies he lives at the house with his mother. Deputies confirmed with neighbors that Crooms and his mother live in the home. Crooms told deputies he climbed through the window because he has no key. He was released.

– Dottie Cutlip, Parkview Drive, Lisbon, reported gunshots in the area of Guilford Lake at 7:35 a.m. Friday. Deputies saw a small boat with a duck blind around it near one of the islands at the western end of the lake and heard gunshots from the area of the boat. The occupants voluntarily came ashore to meet deputies. The men were duck hunting and had registered with the park office to do so. The type of rounds the men were using should not have carried enough firepower for them to hit shore several hundred feet past the shoreline as was reported.

– While attempting to serve a warrant on Stephen Wesley Bell, 27, North Lincoln Avenue, Salem, he attempted to escape by taking a bicycle at 4:02 p.m. Thursday. He was ordered to stop and crashed in a gravel driveway. Despite being ordered to stay down, Bell reportedly ran and was chased by deputies. He was tased and fell in an alley. Bell was treated at Salem Community Hospital for his injuries.


– Jeff Coil, state Route 45, Lisbon, reported Thursday a substantial amount of cash was stolen from a box in his unlocked pickup.

– Patty Hoppel, state Route 518, West Point, reported Tuesday a small ATV was stolen from her yard. She said the ATV actually belongs to her neighbor who gave it to them for their grandson to ride.

-Dillon Allen, Fife Coal Road, Wellsville, reported Tuesday the shotgun his father bought him when he was 8 was taken from his father, who is currently separated from his mother and recently moved out. Allen was advised this was a civil matter and to contact an attorney.

– Rhonda and Richard Beadnell, Lincoln Street Extension, Salineville, reported their home had been broken into between 8:25 a.m. and 12:55 p.m. Tuesday by someone who entered through a basement window. Stolen were jewelry and a handgun.

– Tina Mellington, Lisbon Road, Lisbon, reported items were stolen Tuesday night from her unlocked vehicles.

– Keith Cusick, Crestview Road, New Waterford, reported his home was broken into between 9 and 9:30 a.m. Thursday and two TVs were stolen, along with his daughter’s laptop computer and some jewelry. The door was unlocked at the time and there was no sign of forced entry.

– Deputies were called to the Beaver Local Middle School in regard to an unruly male student at 8:28 a.m. Thursday. The boy, a special needs student, had become angry at a teacher and ran across state Route 7 to the tennis courts, where school officials caught up with him. The boy told the deputy he became upset after a teacher ordered to get his book from his locker, and the deputy told him his behavior was unacceptable and that he needs to mind his teachers.


– Penny Williams, Pleasant View Drive, Lisbon, reported at 3:54 p.m. Wednesday she was trying to get her belongings together to move out when her ex threw them into the yard and at one point picked her up, put her outside and tried to lock the door. Deputies spoke with her ex, who claimed he did not throw any items into the yard. Deputies explained Williams has a right to be in the home to collect her items until she moves out.

– Carl Black, state Route 14, East Palestine, reported at 6:13 p.m. Wednesday his grandson came over to visit his mother and began being disrespectful. Black asked the grandson to leave, which he did before deputies arrived.

– Rachel Hill, Hillcrest Avenue, Lisbon, reported at 6:46 p.m. Wednesday she wanted the father of his daughter removed. Hill claimed he was to pick up their daughter at 6 p.m. and their custody agreement says he must be there within 30 minutes of the time or he forfeits his visitation. According to Hill he did not show up until 6:40 p.m. and was refusing to leave even though she had told him to go. Deputies spoke to the father, who said he was running late due to work and other circumstances. Both sides were told how to better handle custody issues and Hill allowed the father to take the child.

– Cody Landess, Park Avenue, East Liverpool, reported at 7:19 p.m. Tuesday he and his grandfather, Alfred Cochran, Park Avenue, East Liverpool, were at a home on Bolivar Road and a woman, Janet Campbell, Eagle Drive, East Liverpool, backed into Cochran’s pickup. There was damage to both vehicles.

– Larry Cloud, Teegarden Road, Lisbon, reported a domestic situation at 3:27 p.m. Wednesday. The girlfriend left before deputies arrived and Cloud said he was not assaulted. He only wants her to move out.


– Misti Mays, Wellsville, reported at 2:12 p.m. Monday, someone left a strange note under the windshield wiper of her vehicle, which was parked at the County Seat Plaza for 10 minutes. The note read “Obituaries, Fire, murder, loss, Death, Monster snag, Wellsville,” and was made up of words cut from the newspaper. She has been in touch with an attorney about issues she has been having with a person on Steubenville Pike.

-Harold Hill, Y & O Road, Wellsville, reported at 9:14 a.m. Sunday someone broke into his garage, damaging his motorcycle by knocking it over while pouring battery acid and blue line chalk on it. Four tires on one vehicle and three tires on another vehicle were both sliced while they were parked in the driveway.

– Ryan Powell, South Lane Drive, Hanoverton, reported at 1:35 p.m. Sunday his ex-girlfriend threatened to throw a rock through the window of his vehicle.

– Ricky Reynolds, Limaville, reported at 2:24 p.m. Sunday he went to a Bayard Road home in West Township to collect money and was threatened with a gun by a man at the residence. The man reportedly made an excuse about not having the money, then went into the house and returned with a gun pointed at Reynolds. As Reynolds was backing away, the man reportedly fired two shots into the ground. The matter is under investigation.

– The Rogers Group Home reported at 6:50 p.m. Monday a 15-year-old boy staying at the facility assaulted another boy and an employee. The boy was also reportedly throwing items and damaging property. He was taken into custody for the alleged assault and transported to the Tobin Center.

– Breann Heath, Memorial Road, Kensington, reported at 6:07 p.m. Monday she was parked at Lisbon Dairy Queen when another vehicle backed into her vehicle, pulled forward into the parking space and then backed into her vehicle a second time. The other driver was reportedly Andrew R. Timko, Youngstown.

– A deputy driving east on state Route 39 saw a vehicle pass three other vehicles westbound just east of Jakubowski Road. The driver, Joseph Cechura, no address listed, was reportedly driving 107 in a 55 mph zone. He also admitted to having a loaded handgun on him and claimed to have a concealed carry permit, although he could not produce it. He was cited with speeding and reckless operation. The gun was confiscated.

– Southern Local High School reported at 4:45 p.m. Monday there was an irate parent there refusing to leave the school premises. The mother was reportedly screaming at the volleyball coach regarding how her daughter was being coached. She had left before deputies arrived and no physical altercation was reported.

– Someone reported a group of children smoking marijuana in Kiwanis Park in Salineville at 4:48 p.m. Monday. Deputies responded but did not locate anyone.

– Joyce Stanley, Enon Valley, Pa., reported at 11:54 a.m. Monday her wallet was either lost or stolen when she was at the Lisbon Sparkle. When she got home, Stanley received a call from the post office telling her someone found her wallet in a mail drop box.

– A Birch Road, East Liverpool, woman reported at 11:42 p.m. Monday her niece had been texting her and was hiding in the house from her mother. The woman asked deputies to check on her niece. The girl met police in the driveway, acting nervous. Both she and the mother told deputies everything was fine and there were no problems.


– Tom Best, Carrollton, reported at 12:50 p.m. Thursday another theft occurred at the Rosebud Mining site on Willard Road. The theft was from the same piece of equipment as last month and the thieves may have used a machine to move dirt so they could get into the property.

– Davina Stowers, Annesley Road, East Liverpool, reported at 1:50 p.m. Thursday her husband removed two signs belonging to Stowers Computer Services. The couple is going through a divorce and the courts established the computer business as hers and the construction business as her husband’s. Deputies spoke to Brian Stowers, who admitted taking down the sign and said he planned to put up a construction sign in the place of the computer services sign.

– Larry Bable, Brushville Road, East Palestine, reported at 4:56 p.m. Saturday several large Oak trees stacked and on his property were cut up and stolen within the past couple days. The trees were left from the pipeline project, which recently went through their property. Deputies spoke to a neighbor, who said she cut the trees up for firewood and was sure the trees were on her property, not Bable’s. She also gave police the card of a man involved in the pipeline project, who she said had taken her there and informed her the trees were hers.

– A domestic dispute was reported at a home on DeSellem Road, Lisbon, at 7:16 p.m. Sunday. A woman told deputies she argued with her 16-year-old daughter. Both told deputies it was an argument without threats or violence.

– Lorri Anderson, West Main Street, Salineville, reported at 12:20 a.m. Monday she has received about 10 calls from a blocked number in the past 24 hours.

– A prowler was reported in the area of Main Street and Market Street, Salineville, at 10:19 p.m. Saturday. Deputies were told they saw a man wearing a gray outfit looking around the house and the neighbor’s house. A man was following him, but lost him before deputies arrived.

– Nicole Parsons, Harvey Avenue, East Liverpool, reported at 12:51 p.m. Saturday she wanted someone to check on her 5-year-old daughter, who was staying with her father at an Emerick Road, Summitville, home. Deputies checked, but no one was home.

– Kerry Stessel, state Route 9, Hanoverton, reported at 1:50 p.m. Sunday someone threatened her 4-year-old daughter. Stessel reportedly became concerned after a heated discussion about abortion during a bonfire on Saturday, when another woman reportedly told her she knows where her daughter’s bedroom is and she had better keep an eye on her.

– Rose Mary Walker, state Route 164, Lisbon, reported at 5:46 p.m. Saturday she heard a few rounds coming through the woods toward her home from a nearby shooting range. Deputies spoke to Tom Terlecki, the range safety director, who said there were three people shooting and went out with deputies to speak to those shooting. It was decided they should not shoot the 50-caliber weapon again until they have a trained instructor with them to ensure the gun is properly sighted. Terlecki also told Walker he would change the range design to make certain she has no further problems.

– Leigh Ann Crooms, Clarksmill Road, Hammondsville, reported at 3:10 p.m. Saturday someone used her debit card at an ATM in East Liverpool. The person removed $150 from her account.

– Linda Weiner, state Route 154, Rogers, reported at 4:20 p.m. Sunday a man was on Walter Macuick’s property without permission shooting guns at a target. The man, Scott Caldwell, claimed he had permission, but when deputies spoke to Macuick, he stated he did not want anyone on the property. Caldwell said he did not know the property had changed hands and agreed not to return without permission.

– Larry Landsberger, Depot Road, Salem, reported at 7:37 p.m. Sunday he had been in Salem, when a man he knows was following him around town until he left the city limits.

– Ashley McQuiston, Egypt Road, Salem, reported at 3:45 p.m. Friday a woman she knows has been calling and sending text messages, including calling her names and threatening to come to her house. Deputies attempted to reach the other woman, Monica Bennett, by calling two numbers McQuiston provided. Bennett called deputies back on Saturday, claiming McQuiston was filing a false report. She also claimed McQuiston had been harassing her boyfriend, who is McQuiston’s ex-husband.

– Fred Brudery, Grafton Road, Salem, reported at 4:38 p.m. Friday the theft of two flat screen TVs, $150 in change, a box of 9mm ammunition and vacuum cleaner from his home. Deputies found a wooden pallet was next to a second story window, which was open and the screen cut. His wife, Cheryl Brudery said she left at 8:45 a.m. while he returned at 4 p.m.

– The Rogers Group Home reported at 6:22 a.m. Tuesday a teen had run away, putting blankets and pillows under his covers to make it look like he was asleep.

-Mark Milliken, Depot Road, Salem, reported at 5:46 p.m. Thursday an antique handgun was taken from his dresser.

– Wanita Morgan, state Route 164, Salineville, reported at 6:51 p.m. Thursday she has some property on state Route 39 and there had been an old swimming pool with a slide. Someone removed the slide from the concrete.

– A domestic disturbance was reported at a Jimtown Road residence at 10:24 p.m. Thursday. Ayla Brickner told deputies her baby’s father was visiting with his 1-year-old son and had been drinking heavily. He planned to take the child from the home and they argued. He then reportedly broke the coffee table, made a scene and left before deputies arrived. Brickner refused to file charges.

– Fern Osterling, Steubenville Pike Road, Lisbon, reported a fight at a neighbor’s home at 1:50 a.m. Saturday. Deputies responded and spoke to the neighbor, who said there was no fight, his friend’s dog had gotten loose and he was yelling for it.

– Collen Tomsha, Morris Road, Lisbon, reported at 7:54 p.m. Sunday sometime during the day someone entered a detached garage and stole a motorcycle.

– Danielle Bowers, Pine Hollow Road, Lisbon, reported at 4:23 p.m. Thursday she has been staying at her uncle’s apartment. On Thursday he had pulled a truck into the drive blocking her from pulling her car into the lot to get her belongings. Deputies asked if she could walk around the truck and get her things, which she agreed to do.

Larry Harding, Lower Elkton Road, Columbiana, reported at 9:35 p.m. Friday sometime in the past day someone entered his home and took an unknown amount of jewelry and coins.

– Myron Wehr, state Route 46, New Waterford, reported at 2:29 p.m. Friday two bean fields on Gamble and Keltch Roads had been damaged, possibly by someone riding four wheelers on Wednesday and Thursday nights.

– Steve Hollar, Quay Road, Negley, reported at 9:44 a.m. Sunday he has moved into the home with another man and his wife. The other man is in the process of moving out. Hollar and the other man reportedly argued and Hollar was shoved, causing a bloody nose. Hollar did not want to pursue charges and the alleged assailant only wanted to get the rest of his property so he could leave.

– John Young, state Route 154, Rogers, reported at 1:01 p.m. Sunday sometime in the past 10 days someone stole his ATV. He thought at first a family member may have borrowed it, but after asking around found it had been stolen.


– Deputies responded Thursday night to the home of Helen and Richard Chapman, state Route 45, Lisbon for a burglary report. They reported finding Dirk Weston, 50, state Route 164, Lisbon, highly intoxicated, with no shoes on, hiding in some weeds amongst some scrap. When asked what he was doing, Weston reportedly said, “Scrapping,” and deputies noticed a trail in the grass from his car. Weston was charged with burglary and transported to the county jail.

– Bruce Risen, Georgetown Road, Homeworth, reported Thursday he had used Cash Net USA in the past for a cash advance and repaid what he owed. He has now had money placed into his account twice that he didn’t authorize and was called by someone saying his loan was approved, but he did not apply for a loan. He contacted Cash Net, who said no one had called him but someone had been accessing accounts. He requested a report on file.

– Shanda Mellinger, Sherman Street, Lisbon, reported Thursday she had left a man on May 13, leaving about 16 shotguns at the house which are no longer there. She wanted a report on file since the guns appear to be gone but are registered in her name.

– Brad Soliday, Minerva, a supervisor for Youngstown South Eastern Railroad, reported Thursday he reprimanded two employees for cutting a rail short and one of the two men got angry, throwing a three-foot track wrench at him. When told to stop throwing company tools, the man told Soliday to “do something about it,” and threw a claw bar at him. Soliday told the two employees to wrap it up and they began loading tools into the truck. At that point, the employee removed his safety glasses and gloves and struck Soliday in the face with his fist. Soliday told the man to go back to the truck and he did, the the other man told Soliday to watch out and the first man swung a spiking hammer at the supervisor but missed. Soliday and the other man left his attacker behind as they left, but Soliday told deputies he left the keys for the company and his truck behind and they are now missing. He just wanted a report on the assault, which he had already reported to his company.

– A deputy on patrol in the McCoy Avenue area of East Liverpool saw a woman for whom he knew an active warrant existed. He stopped the vehicle and took Beth A. McCauley, 39, into custody. The vehicle was towed by Calcutta Towing.

– Deputies responded Sunday morning to a Padget Road, East Palestine residence where Deanna Gorrell reported her father had been drinking and was intoxicated, insisting she and her mother give him the car keys. There were no assaults or threats made, and her father was warned by the deputies if they returned, he would be charged. He said he was going to bed.


– James Berringer, a maintenance person for Safeguard Properties, reported at 8:27 a.m. Tuesday someone broke into a home on Clair Drive, Lisbon, and cut about 120 feet of copper pipe from the basement ceiling sometime after Aug. 16.

– A Scottsmill Road, Rogers, woman reported at 2:49 p.m. Tuesday her husband found a dead rat in their mailbox.

– James Muse, state Route 154, Negley, reported at 8:17 a.m. Thursday he owns rental property, a vacant house on state Route 154. The maintenance crew working inside the house for the past few days arrived on Wednesday to find the front door forced open and items missing.

– A Golf Club Drive, Salem, man reported at 8:49 p.m. Wednesday someone used his bank card number at the Circle K on Pidgeon Road, Salem, charging $12.08 on Tuesday. Another unauthorized $125 charge is pending.

– Lola Javens, Hazel Run Road, Hammondsville, reported at 6:57 p.m. Wednesday her pickup was sitting on Dave Brown’s property on Malone Road for about six months. Someone smashed the windows out and stole all four tires and rims.

– A state Route 172, Lisbon, woman reported at 7:05 p.m. Wednesday reported an ongoing problem with her 14-year-old son. Deputies spoke to the boy about his unruly behavior.

– Ida Jarvis, Glasgow Road, Salineville, reported at 7:15 p.m. Wednesday sometime during the day someone entered her home and took jewelry.

– Tom Roush, Hull Road, Salineville, reported at 4:05 p.m. Wednesday sometime during the day someone entered his home taking money, jewelry and a flat screen TV.

– Ruth Sears, Salem-Alliance Road, Salem, reported at 6:55 p.m. Wednesday the Homeworth Pantry, Middle Street, Homeworth, had a large freezer break. A lot of food spoiled and they put the food in the dumpster behind the pantry. Some children were then found in the dumpster taking the food and she was concerned they would become ill if they eat it.

– David Eick, Circle Drive, Minerva, reported at 9:26 p.m. Wednesday he went to get his belongings and found his ex had thrown them into the yard.

– James Sevek, a Washington Township trustee, reported at 12:05 p.m. Wednesday they found a partial pickup load of construction debris and household items dumped along Clarksmill Road.

– Roy Larkins, Grant Street, Lisbon, reported at 10:13 a.m. Wednesday he owns property on Grant Street and the previous tenant moved out. Several sections of six-foot high wooden picket fence appeared to have been removed from the property and were standing in the yard of Dan Coleman down the street. Larkins reportedly asked Coleman to return the fence and he had agreed, but had not done so. Deputies spoke to Coleman, who said he had let the previous tennant borrow a few sections of fence to confine his dog, but now that the tennant moved out he was going to use it in his own yard. After speaking with deputies he agreed to return the fence.

– Kelly Parker, North Market Street, East Palestine, reported at 3:40 p.m. Wednesday she is having a problem with a dog, which comes on her property from a neighboring one, FCR Motor Cross, Wilderson Road. When she confronted a man at the business about the dog, he reportedly began yelling at her to get off his property.

– Natalie Lindesmith, U.S. Route 30, Hanoverton, reported at 4 a.m. Wednesday there was an unfamiliar vehicle in her driveway and someone was blowing the horn. A deputy found the vehicle still there and the two women inside claimed they were driving home to Carrollton when their vehicle broke down. The deputy called someone for them attempting to get them help, but no one could come until later in the morning. The women declined a ride to the sheriff’s department and when the situation was explained to Lindesmith, she agreed to let them stay in their vehicle until help could arrive later in the day.


– Jeff Harper, Leetonia Road, Leetonia, reported Tuesday his landlord is sending him harassing messages because of back rent he owes. The deputy spoke with the landlord, John Hipley, who said Harper texted him first with a derogatory message. Both parties were advised to quit texting each other.

– Jackie Agosto, Steubenville Pike, Lisbon, reported there were horses on the roadway at 9:17 p.m. Tuesday. The deputy did find two horses but they were inside a fenced-in area.

– Deputies were called to a home on state Route 45, Lisbon, at 12:35 a.m. Sunday in regard to an armed 53-year-old man, William E. Coe, who planned to harm himself and also shoot at responding deputies. The dispatcher talked the man into unloading his gun and then he came outside unarmed and with his hands in the air. The man, who had been drinking, was taken by ambulance to Salem Community Hospital to be evaluated and held there until released, where he will be transferred to the county jail because there was an arrest warrant for him on a bad check charge. He was later charged with aggravated menacing.

– A deputy was asked to check on the welfare of a person living on Applegate Road, Madison Township, at noon Tuesday because she had not been seen in several days. The deputy spoke with the woman, who said she was fine.

– A 911 call was transferred from East Palestine police about a resident of state Route 14, Unity Township, threatening to harm himself at 3:40 p.m. Tuesday. Deputies arrived and found the man drunk and sitting on the front porch. The man told the deputies he needed to “get dried out,” while his mother told them she had hidden her son’s gun after he laid it down. The deputies secured the weapon and waited while the man was transported by ambulance to a local hospital to be evaluated.

– Zach Strong, Butler Grange Road, Salem, reported Tuesday his dirt bike and one belonging to Chris Paterson were stolen from his garage, along with a $50 bill. Before the deputies arrived, Paterson reported finding his dirt bike in a field behind his home on Hoopes Road.


– Kara Dotson, Spillway Road, Lisbon, reported at 10:16 p.m. Monday someone entered her vehicle and stole her 12-inch kicker speaker and speaker box. Another vehicle owned by Nikki Tomocick was entered and $1,200 taken.

– Johnathan Gullett, McKaig Road, Hanoverton, reported at 6:56 a.m. Monday a neighbor was seen running from Gullett’s property and he was concerned the neighbor was trespassing. Deputies spoke to the neighbor and reported he only walks his dog down the street.

– Luanne Harsha, Black Road, Lisbon, reported at 3:56 a.m. Monday a man was standing in a cornfield off state Route 518 across from Hoppel’s Arena. Deputies checked the area, but did not locate anyone.

– Jared Stahlmaker, no address listed, reported a fight with a gun in the area of Chemline, Applegate Road, at 12:56 a.m. Monday. Deputies spoke to Louis Schafer and his friends, who said they met another man and his friends there and a fight erupted. One man in the other group reportedly took out a handgun, fired it into the air and began pointing it at people. Schafer declined to pursue charges.

– Randy Wutrick, Speidel Road, East Rochester, reported at 10:53 a.m. Friday someone came to his home and argued with his daughter. Wutrick did not want the person to return to his home.

– Crystal Holloway, Center Avenue, Lisbon, reported at 10:16 p.m. Friday there was a dispute at her home between her, Richard Parrish and Art Shaffer. Holloway reported Shaffer became angry, had a gun and was holding it on her. After investigating the matter, deputies determined Holloway made up the accusation to get Shaffer in trouble. Holloway, 36, was charged with falsification. Parrish, 36, same address, was charged with public indecency after a 16-year-old claimed he flashed his private parts at her.

– Lauren Gardner, Edward Circle, Columbiana, reported at 7:50 p.m. Sunday her husband, Greg Gardner, 52, threatened to get drunk and kill her. He was charged with domestic violence.

– Virginia Mills, Buffalo Road, Kensington, and Tiffany Herron, no address given, reported at 1:08 p.m. Monday they were asked to check on a home and look after the animals at a home on Trinity Church Road for a couple who are incarcerated. Herron said she was at the house at about 2 p.m. Friday and all appeared in order. On Monday, Mills dropped by and found the front door open, a window which appeared as if someone climbed inside and the basement door off the hinges. The washer and dryer were missing and the house was a mess from dog feces. Additionally, eight dogs were loose running around the property and there were reportedly more inside, including some which may need medical attention after recently giving birth to puppies.

– Darrell Jackson, West Fifth Street, Salem, was reportedly riding a dirt bike on Georgetown Road at 12:37 p.m. Monday when he attempted to avoid a four-wheeler collision, put his right foot down and broke his leg above the angle. Damascus EMS and first responders arrived to care for Jackson.

– Sarah Bye, North Pleasant Drive, East Palestine, reported at 12:15 p.m. Monday she and her boyfriend are separating and she moved in with her father, giving her boyfriend 30 days to find somewhere else to live. She owns the house and she stopped by to find her boyfriend had thrown eggs throughout the kitchen, unplugged the refrigerator allowing the food to spoil and left the door open allowing her dog to run loose. He also reportedly dumped her medication on the floor and threatened to damage the house by ruining repairs or projects he had done over the past five years.

– Matt Landsberger, Pancake-Clarkson Road, Rogers, reported at 10:42 a.m. Monday someone broke into the back door to their home taking a sweatshirt, purse and container of coins. Another man gave Landsberger an idea about who was responsible.

– Brian Clipse, Scroggs Road, Lisbon, reported at 8:31 p.m. Monday someone broke into the back door of his home and kicked in doors throughout the house. Clipse reported neighbors told him sheriff’s deputies and unmarked vehicles were at his house on Friday.

– Ann Peters, Cunningham Road, Salem, reported at 2:17 p.m. Sunday she found a bullet hole in the side of her living room and debris on the floor. A bullet was found.

– Raedel Stallworth, Maple Grove Lane, New Waterford, reported at 2:07 a.m. Friday neighbors alerted her that her ex-husband was getting into her vehicle. Deputies found marks on the vehicle in the dew, which appeared someone had been there. The ex-husband denied getting into the vehicle, but claimed he was there and knocked on the door in an attempt to get his ex-wife to allow him to see his son.

– Dorothy Nezbeth, Stanley Drive, Beloit, reported at 9:28 a.m. Thursday a while back she had noticed a hole in the siding of her home. On Thursday she found a golf ball in her flower bed under where the hole was made.

– Kathy Powers, North Market Street, East Palestine, reported at 12:13 p.m. Saturday her son told her he had a letter for her from Children Services in a stack of her mail at his home, but someone took it.

– Dan Gima, Clymer, Pa., reported at 10:25 a.m. Saturday he had been camping at Big Arb’s in East Rochester and a man claiming to be from the IRS called his mother looking for him. A friend asked the caller for his IRS ID number and the caller hung up.


– A woman reported at 3:59 p.m. Sunday an accident happened at Big Arb’s Campground, Buffalo Road, East Rochester. According to employee Al Holenchick, a man, Jeremy Fodge, was working on a truck and it kicked out of gear. The truck coasted backwards and ran over Fodge’s leg. He had been transported to Alliance Community Hospital prior to the deputy’s arrival.

– Robert Jones, Rose Run Road, Salineville, reported at 5:31 p.m. Sunday a woman he knows took his Direct Express card without his permission. Deputies spoke to the woman at her home in Salineville, and she claimed she does not have the card.

– Alan Parsons, Emerick Road, Summitville, reported at 6:33 p.m. Sunday his attorney told him to notify deputies after his ex-wife did not show up to return his child after the weekend visitation. Deputies explained they do not get involved with civil issues and would need a court order telling them to go get the child. Attorney James Hartford then contacted deputies claiming if the tables were turned an Amber Alert would be issued. He wanted charges filed because the child was missing. Deputies explained the child is not missing, the child is with Parsons’ ex-wife. Hartford reportedly started to argue and the deputy ended the call.

– Danielle Burbick, Rollercoaster Road, Lisbon, reported a prowler opening and closing doors at 12:51 a.m. Saturday. Deputies checked the area, but did not find anyone.

– Wayne Mayer, Timber Run Street, New Waterford, reported at 10:36 a.m. Friday he found a 22-caliber bullet in his garage a few days earlier and did not know where it came from. On Friday, he found a hole in his garage door from the bullet.

– Jonathan Franchione, South Mahoning Avenue, Alliance, reported at 11:56 p.m. Saturday a woman he knows told him she did something to his home. He asked someone to go past his house to see if there was any damage.

– Michaela Huffman, Maple Street, Kensington, reported at 12:29 a.m. Sunday her boyfriend came over and was pounding on the door. He then came through the window demanding to have his baby. He left before deputies arrived, and Huffman declined to press charges.

– Jeremy Ellinger, U.S. Route 62, Salem, reported to the Damascus Volunteer Fire Department his carbon monoxide detector was going off. At 1:06 a.m. Sunday, firefighters requested deputies, who waited there while the fire department searched for the cause.


– A Mountz Road, Minerva, woman reported Friday her mail box was vandalized.

– A Wellsville man reported Thursday having a property issue about a summer cottage his wife’s family has at Guilford Lake and he was denied permission to retrieve some personal property from the cottage. His attorney had told him file a report even though it is a civil matter.