– A Fink Drive, Kensington, resident reported at 12:09 a.m. Tuesday his ex-girlfriend came there pounding on the windows and attempting to push out the air conditioner, which damaged it. Deputies called her, relaying the message the resident does not want her there and if she returns she can be charged with trespassing. She reportedly told deputies to do what they had to do.

– A McCracken Road, Salem, resident reported at 1:19 a.m. Tuesday her husband was being verbally abusive and they argued, but there was no violence and no threats were made.

– A Washington Street, Salineville, resident reported at 5:08 p.m. Monday her boyfriend was screaming at her and damaged her property while she was at the Salineville Laundromat. He reportedly punched her windshield, cracking it, and threw her tablet, which broke the screen. He was reportedly upset about comments she had made on the Internet about her and another man. She declined to prosecute.

– A U.S. Route 30, Minerva, resident reported a domestic dispute at 9 p.m. Monday. Deputies found the resident extremely intoxicated. It was determined the domestic dispute was unfounded and he agreed to go to the Alliance Community Hospital emergency room.

– An Academy Street, Salineville, resident reported at 7:41 p.m. Monday she found her basement window broken out on the north side of her home. She believed it was vandalism and no one got inside.

– Deputies were called to an 18th Street Heights, Wellsville, home for a possible drug overdose at 11:50 p.m. Saturday. The person had already left with the ambulance crew before deputies arrived. His mother was home, highly intoxicated and claiming people are listening to everyone’s phones and tapping their computers. She appeared panicked and was told to go inside to rest.

– A West Lisbon Street, Hanoverton, resident reported at 11:29 p.m. Saturday there were suspicious, possibly intoxicated children in front of a Second Street, Hanoverton, address. Deputies checked the area, but did not find anyone.

– A suspicious man was reported lying in the roadway at 2:22 a.m. Sunday in the area of Logtown and Saltwell roads. No person was found when deputies and Lisbon police checked the area.

– Denise Ketchum, state Route 644, Salineville, reported a suspicious person at United High School at 12:22 p.m. Monday. A school official spoke to the man learning there was no problem and dispatchers were told to disregard before deputies arrived.

– A Butler Grange Road resident reported at 1:28 p.m. Saturday the neighbor’s children rode their four-wheeler through his field. He had a video of them emerging from the woods, turning around in his field and going back into the woods. Deputies went to talk to the father, who claimed his children got the four-wheeler stuck in the woods and had to go into the field to turn around. It was not intentional, but the father said the resident began yelling at his children. He agreed to remind his children to stay as far from the property as possible.

– A Mattix Road, Lisbon, resident reported at 2:24 p.m. Monday her granddaughter is stealing her jewelry. She noticed five rings missing on Sunday and confronted the girl, who gave her back two rings. Additionally, she reported the girl had computer privileges taken away after she went onto certain websites.

– Richard McIlvain, Ball Avenue, Wellsville, reported at 12:34 p.m. Friday someone used his bank card, making a purchase of $88 at a website for Speedwinds Nutrition on Oct. 8.

– Marijuana plants were reported by an anonymous caller at a Miller Road address at 9:22 a.m. Saturday. Deputies went to the home and attempted to make contact with the renter. A strong odor of marijuana could be smelled and five plants were found growing behind the garage. Deputies photographed the plants, pulled them and placed them into the evidence garage. The drug task force was notified.

– Johnathan Phillips, North Front Street, Negley, reported at 11:07 a.m. Friday someone attempted to enter his home through the back sliding glass door, but did not get inside. He had something blocking the track to prevent it from opening all the way, but it was slid open a little bit. The screen to a front window was also moved, but the window was locked. Phillips also reported a suspicious turquoise car in the neighborhood prior to dark with a skinny, white woman with blond hair inside.

– John Earl, Richardson Street, Negley, reported at 10:50 a.m. Friday someone attempted to get into his home overnight through the front and side windows of the house. He heard his dog barking at about 12:15 a.m. Friday.

– Cindy Dunn, Front Street, Negley, reported at 8:10 a.m. Friday someone entered the house the previous night and went through both her and her daughter’s purses. All the belongings from inside the purses were on the floor in a room near the kitchen. About $210 and several credit cards were missing.

– A Hanoverton woman reported at 1 p.m. Thursday she has been getting harassing phone calls for a few months now from someone who just says one or two words and then hangs up. The calls sometime happen 20 times a day and come from a private number.

– Rick Sekely, Orchard Court, Salem, reported at 7:45 a.m. Friday a white car has been parking in front of his home during the night for the past two months. The man is in his 20s and sits in the car before leaving for an unknown location. The car was unoccupied Friday morning.

– A suspicious vehicle was reported in the Guilford Lake area, sitting at different locations. It reportedly looks like an old fire department vehicle, white in color with a light bar on top. The man inside reportedly was wearing a tan uniform type shirt.

– Southern Local High School Principal Dallas Saunders reported at 12:59 p.m. Friday school employees noticed several teens in the lunch room acting suspiciously. It was found one 10th grader had an Alprazolam pill in his possession. It was learned three students were involved, one who was trying to sell the pill to two other students for $1 and half a can of snuff.