– Margerey Rudibaugh, North Avenue, Elkton, reported a truck tearing up a field at 12:17 a.m. Tuesday. Deputies found Aaron Tucker in his pickup with his girlfriend. The truck was buried in the mud up to the frame and there were multiple ruts in the area.
Tucker claimed he was checking his muskrat and beaver traps and got stuck on the way out. Deputies asked for his hunting and trapping license and he did not have them.
He also had no trapping equipment in the truck. Deputies told Tucker they did not believe him and he confessed to lying. His friend attempted to pull the vehicle out with a tractor, but a tow truck was needed. Charges are pending.
– Elizabeth Taylor, state Route 45, Madison Township, reported Dec. 16 letting her daughter, Jessica Albaneso, borrow her car to go to Michigan but she has yet to return. The deputy contacted Albaneso, who said she would be home the next day.
– Marianne Grate, Rochester Road, West Township, reported Dec. 16 her mother keeps calling her and she also notified Salem police. The deputy attempted to contact the mother but the number he was provided was the wrong number.
– Sue Halverstadt, Chamberlain Street, Negley, called in regard to vandalism at the home of Mary Riedy, Southern Street, Negley, at 11:13 a.m. Saturday. The deputy spoke with a male, who reported someone shot a hole a through a window of the house trailer.
– The medical staff at the Salem Community Hospital emergency room reported a patient, Luke Worden, was threatening his girlfriend, Sarah Drye, at 16:40 p.m. Friday. The deputy arrived and spoke with Worden, who admitted to choking Drye. The deputy then went to a trailer park on Kelly Park Road to obtain a written statement from Drye, who said Worden had choked her.
– A disabled vehicle that had front-end damage was found abandoned at the Glasgow Storage Units, Glasgow Road, Wellsville, at 6:46 p.m. Saturday. The deputy spoke with storage unity owner Doris Adney and told her she can have the vehicle towed it she desires.
– Sally Goddard, Johnson Road, Wellsville, reported Friday her shed had been broken into, and stolen were a chainsaw and 50 feet of towing chains.
– Marianne and Doug Fonner, Guy Road, Elkrun Township, reported Saturday being harassed by Brenda Tullis, who was contacted by the deputy and told to cease all contact with the Fonners or charges would be filed.
– Frank Medure Jr., Foundry Hill Road, Madison Township, reported Saturday finding remains in a roadside ditch on Foundry Hill Road near state Route 518, which turned out to be a deer carcass. The deputy then noticed another deer carcass in the opposite ditch and its organs had been removed. The deputy had the dispatcher call the local game warden to advise them of possible poaching.
– Justin Kastanek, Lakefront Drive, Beloit, spoke with deputies at 12:31 p.m. Friday regarding property damage at his residence by his girlfriend, Laura Crowell. Kastanek stated that he was hit in the head by Crowell with her hand in a cast. Crowell was taken into custody for domestic violence after acknowleging that she hit him first, but also stated that he bounced her head off the wall, causing a gash on her forehead. Kastanek denied this, stating she headbutted the wall on her own, and then broke a mirror on his truck with her cast.
– Trina Cornett, Fairview Drive, Minerva, reported harrassing text messages from her child’s father regarding custody at 12:03 p.m. Friday.
– Jeffrey Lewis reported pulling into the Westville Lake Marathon station on Westville Lake Road at 11:08 a.m. Wednesday and striking trucks belonging to Phoenix Promotion and Cornerstone Electric.
– Laura Remish, Metz Road, Columbiana, reported Wednesday her grandmother was watching her children when a man wearing a Santa Claus stocking hat and vest came to her door, but she did not answer it. The man then left in an orange vehicle. After Remish returned home, another man driving a white car showed up and identified himself as being with Ohio Edison. The man said he was there to collect money or her electric would be turned off, but Remish told him she did not owe any money. After the man left, Remish called Ohio Edison, which told her the person was not from the company.
– Gloria Hubbard, Hazel Run Road, Salineville, reported at 7:23 a.m. Wednesday seeing a man walking near her home. A deputy arrived and found Glenn Nicholas walking along the railroad tracks. He was given a ride home to a residence on Malone Road.
– Eileen Campbell of Darlington, Pa., reported nearly striking a vehicle parked along Hillcrest Drive in Unity Township at 1:24 p.m. Wednesday. A deputy found a mini-van with a for sale sign in the window and called the number and spoke with Mike Horne, who was advised of the complaint and that he needed to move the vehicle.
– Jane Coghe, state Route 14, East Palestine, reported Wednesday receiving threatening text messages from an unknown person. A deputy called the number and the man who answered denied sending text messages. The man was warned he would be charged if this continued.
– Rachel Eason, Hammond School Road, Wellsville, called in regard to a domestic situation at 9:40 a.m. Wednesday. The deputy remained until an ambulance crew transferred a person from the residence to a local hospital.
– A woman who lives on Cherry Valley Road, Leetonia, reported at 7:08 a.m. Tuesday her 16-year-old son refused to go to school and broke some windows after becoming angry. A deputy advised the mother she could file unruly charges against her son in county juvenile court.
– Danny Gray of John and Helen’s Bar, U.S. Route 30, Kensington, reported at 5:52 a.m. Thursday that between 2 a.m. and 4 a.m. someone tore the siding off the back of the building and broke through the wall to get inside. Some items were stolen.
– A Scott Mill Road, Rogers, woman reported at 8:39 p.m. Wednesday the neighbor across the road has set up a video camera pointed toward her home and she wanted to know if it was legal. Deputies explained there is no law being broken at this point.
– A North Pleasant Drive, East Palestine, resident reported at 6:14 p.m. Wednesday someone was shooting from a Failer Road home in an unsafe manner. Deputies spoke to the homeowner and his girlfriend. She claimed she was shooting and the rifle was hers. Her boyfriend is not allowed to own or use a firearm due to a domestic violence conviction, so she offered to take the rifle to a relative’s home.
– A Rose Drive, Lisbon, resident reported a possible domestic at another apartment at 9:45 p.m. Wednesday. Deputies spoke to a couple, who said they were arguing about money issues, but had since calmed down.
– Melvin Miller of Lisbon, reported at 1:54 p.m. Wednesday his road crew found several trash bags along Lower Elkton Road between Lodge Road and state Route 517.
– A deputy was called to a home at 37691 state Route 39, Salineville, at 1:15 p.m. Saturday, but the couple said it was just an argument.
– A deputy at 2 p.m. Saturday went to the parking lot across from United Local for a vehicle that was parked on private property. The owner, Taylor Willard, said the repo man was going to pick up the vehicle. She said it broke down and she removed the plates and radio from it.
– A Taylor Road, Negley, resident reported at 2:10 p.m. Saturday his ex-girlfriend has been stalking him, calling his relatives and talking to the girls he is talking to.
– A deputy at 9:30 p.m. Saturday assisted KLG Ambulance at Threshold Services in Center Township where a female cut her wrist with a pen. The staff did not want the female taken to the hospital but the deputy said if she was going to harm herself she would have to be taken to the hospital. She was.