– Deputies went to a state Route 14, East Palestine, home at 9:59 p.m. Saturday and spoke with a woman who said she wanted her child back from its father’s house because he had a female friend there she has a problem with. She said she and her ex had an agreement the child could stay at his house on weekends and she did not have a problem with that, but that she didn’t want the child there when the woman was there. The child’s father agreed to return the child to her with no problems.
– Nancy Nichols, Trinity Church Road, Hanoverton, reported suspicious activity at 1:48 a.m. Saturday near her home. A deputy walked the perimeter of the property and only noticed dog and deer tracks.
– Sible Hamilton, Woodsdale Road, Lisbon, reported at 8:48 p.m. Saturday someone opened a package of hers. Hamilton said the package was placed on her doorstep with a note saying it was an accident and nothing appeared to be missing.
– A Buffalo Road, Kensington, resident reported at 9:41 p.m. Saturday she believes someone who made threats to her three days ago recently stole $80 from her wallet.
– A deputy checked on a Chippewa Trail, Negley, home after receiving a 911 call from the home that was believed to be a reported domestic. David Vennum of Lake Tomahawk Security reported at 10:59 a.m. Sunday there was no domestic at the home but that the call was made by the resident’s juvenile son. The female resident also told the deputy there was not a domestic.
– A Fairway Road, Lisbon, resident reported at 1 p.m. Saturday she wanted to take a vehicle from her estranged husband’s home but he was threatening to shoot it and now it does not run.
– Andrew Vantine, Mission, Texas, reported at 12:30 p.m. Friday he mailed out three Panasonic projectors valued at $2,931 each to a woman on Echo Valley Road in Madison Township and he has not received payment even though FedEx has claimed they have been delivered.
-Charlie Rutledge, Wood Street, East Palestine, reported a man was cutting up trees on his property and he made the man put the wood back. Rutledge told deputies this was not the first time the man has cut wood on his property and, although he did not want to press charges, he wanted the man advised if he is found on the property again, Rutledge will file charges.
– Aaron Stevens, owner of the Travelers Motel, state Route 45, Lisbon, reported Saturday that he arrived at the motel and his employee was not there but that he sent a text to her and learned she had had a family emergency in Cleveland and asked a tenant to watch over things while she was gone. Stevens told deputies he was trying to text her about $1,595 missing from the motel but had not heard from her. Deputies spoke to the tenant who had been left in charge who said the employee had also told her at 6 a.m. she had a family emergency, showed her a few things about clock-ins and what rooms to clean. At 1 p.m., the employee told the tenant she was on her way back to the motel and that the money was hidden at the motel, which the tenant advised Stevens. On Sunday, deputies received a notice to call Stevens but had been unable to reach him.
– A Walnut Street, Leetonia, resident reported Sunday her ex-boyfriend has been sending her harassing emails. She was advised the procedure for acquiring a protection order.
– Judy Burkey, Lisbon-Dungannon Road, Lisbon, reported telephone harassment from solicitors at 12:20 p.m. Friday.
– Devon Delong, Seigler Road, Salineville, reported at 7:42 a.m. Saturday his 2009 Chevrolet Cobalt jumped out of gear and rolled into an embankment at his grandmother’s driveway on Spring Valley Road in Salineville.