– Tammy Johnson, East High Street, Salineville, was cited with fictitious plates and no license following a traffic stop on state Route 39 just east of Southern Local at 12:44 a.m. Tuesday.

– Linda Swearingen, Brandon Drive, Wellsville, reported at 11:38 p.m. Monday she and her husband are divorcing and he told her he was kicking her out of the house. Deputies explained the eviction process.


– Daniel Tunnat, 49, Woodsdale Road, Salem, was charged with domestic violence and his son, Dustin Tunnat, 29, of the same address, was taken into custody on multiple warrants from the state of Indiana, following an alleged violent episode in home at 1:22 a.m. Sunday. Both became belligerent with deputies and jail staff after their arrests.

– Scott A. Bratt, 31, Sprucevale Road, Rogers, was charged with domestic violence after he allegedly became upset at his live-in girlfriend, Rebecca Bollinger, who went to her mother’s house, but did not take the children with her. He reportedly grabbed her by the back of her shirt and pulled her down backwards. Then later during the argument, she reportedly he grabbed her by the back of the hair and pulled her down again.

– Connie Sorrells, New Garden Avenue, Salem, reported at 1 p.m. Sunday she wanted deputies to check on her 10-year-old son, who was visiting with his father in the Guilford Lake area. Deputies spoke to both the father and the son. All appeared fine and the father said he would bring the boy back at the agreed time.

– Amy Willis, Salineville Road west, Salineville, reported at 2:19 p.m. Sunday she and her husband were at the automatic car wash in town and when they were done getting their 1988 Ford F-150 washed they noticed the pin striping came off.

– Connie Dattilio, state Route 344, Columbiana, reported at 9:48 a.m. Friday sometime over the past week someone damaged her car, which was struck on the passenger side.

– Lori Sullivan, Fink Road, Kensington, reported at 8:41 a.m. Friday her 17-year-old grandson was missing. She had also reportedly him missing on April 14 and that time he was found in Pennsylvania.

– Nichole Stearns, North Shadylane, East Liverpool, was at a home on Sprucevale Road at midnight Sunday and backed into her brother, Joshua Stearns, Columbia Avenue, East Liverpool. Both vehicles were damaged.

– Chad Baumgarner, state Route 45, Lisbon, reported at 11:28 p.m. Sunday he heard a dinging noise and believed a possible prowler was turning his doorknob.

– A Givens Road, Wellsville, resident reported at 6:50 p.m. Sunday there is an ongoing problem of someone setting off dynamite.

– Traci Bryson, Camelot Drive, Columbiana, reported at 8:58 p.m. Saturday her ex-husband was sending her threatening messages via Facebook.

– Sara Oaks, Darner Road, Lisbon, reported at 6:45 p.m. Sunday a neighbor was texting nasty things to her and Oaks believes the neighbor and her family have been on her property. She additionally believes the neighbor has been in her barn and she heard someone yelling about no animals should be allowed on her property. Deputies spoke to the neighbor, who denied the allegations.

– Natalie Lindesmith, U.S. Route 30, Hanoverton, reported a suspicious pickup in a field at 2:39 a.m. Monday. The vehicle belonging to Michael Ball, West Lincoln Way, Minerva, was unoccupied and appeared to have been heavily damaged in an accident. The Ohio State Highway Patrol were notified.

– Richard Ewing, Slater Road, Salem, reported at 8:32 a.m. Friday someone intentionally kicked his mailbox over sometime overnight. He told deputies he heard several ATVs on the road at about 11:30 p.m. Thursday. His neighbor’s mailbox had also been kicked over and several street signs were spray painted.

– Matt Hall, foreman for Butler Township, reported at 8:02 a.m. Friday several signs were spraypainted at stop signs at the intersections of Slater and Carey Road and Slater and Georgetown Road. He also reported mailboxes on Slater Road were knocked off the posts.

– Fred Gough, Grant Street, Lisbon, reported at 8:53 a.m. Friday someone after 10 p.m. Thursday took two aluminum slot wheels for a truck valued at $140 from his yard.

– Jeffrey Smith, Bolivar Road, Wellsville, reported at 3:33 p.m. Thursday he was struck in the eye by his 15-year-old stepson. The boy was arguing with his mother about not wanting to go to work and it escalated until Smith thought the boy was going to hit her. He stepped in front of the boy to hold him back and was struck twice in the face. The boy was taken to Tobin Center and charged with domestic violence.

– AWest Main Street, Washingtonville, woman reported at 5:46 a.m. April 21 she believed someone was living under her home. She also talked about other things not making any sense. Deputies spoke to her roommate, who said she is on medication.


– Jeffrey Smith, Bolivar Road, Wellsville, reported at 3:33 p.m. Thursday being punched in the eye by his 15-year-old stepson. The youth and his mother had been arguing over him not wanting to work when Smith said he intervened, which is when he was punched. The stepson was charged with domestic violence and taken to the county juvenile detention center.

– Donald Foster, state Route 7, Lisbon, reported Thursday receiving a call from a collection agency saying he owed $1,042 for cash-advance loans. Foster believes someone obtained the loans in his name because he never did.

– Sharon Casher, Homeworth Road, Homeworth, called for a deputy at 4 p.m Thursday in regard to a dispute with her ex-husband. Casher said they had recently divorced and he had 90 days to retrieve his personal property. Both parties agreed there was no need for a deputy and they would abide by the court order.

– Elma Hendshaw, Hawkins Road, New Waterford, reported Monday receiving a call from a man who told her she had won $2.5 million and a Mercedes Benz but she needed to purchase a $300 debit card from Walmart or Walgreens, and he told her would meet her there. Hendshaw believed this to be a scam, and the deputy confirmed that it was and told her to have no further contact with the person.

– A woman who lives on Fourth Street, Beloit, reported Thursday about an incident that occurred the day before when her ex-boyfriend called her to his home on Mountz Road in Knox Township. The couple have a child in common, and he tried to convince her they should get back together. When she told him no, he prevented her from leaving and then grabbed a gun, put it to his head and told her to pull the trigger. She managed to talk him into putting down the gun, and when he ejected the ammunition clip from the handgun, she grabbed the clip and ran. He chased her and dragged her back into the house but let her leave for good. She declined to press charges, but the attorney advised her to file a report.


– Jeffrey Smith, Bolivar Road, Wellsville, reported at 3:33 p.m. Thursday being punched in the eye by his 15-year-old stepson. The youth and his mother had been arguing over him not wanting to work when Smith said he intervened, which is when he was punched. The stepson was charged with domestic violence and taken to the county juvenile detention center.

– Donald Foster, state Route 7, Lisbon, reported Thursday receiving a call from a collection agency saying he owed $1,042 for cash-advance loans. Foster believes someone obtained the loans in his name because he never did.

– Sharon Casher, Homeworth Road, Homeworth, called for a deputy at 4 p.m Thursday in regard to a dispute with her ex-husband. Casher said they had recently divorced and he had 90 days to retrieve his personal property. Both parties agreed there was no need for a deputy and they would abide by the court order.

– Elma Hendshaw, Hawkins Road, New Waterford, reported Monday receiving a call from a man who told her she had won $2.5 million and a Mercedes Benz but she needed to purchase a $300 debit card from Walmart or Walgreens, and he told her would meet her there. Hendshaw believed this to be a scam, and the deputy confirmed that it was and told her to have no further contact with the person.

– A woman who lives on Fourth Street, Beloit, reported Thursday about an incident that occurred the day before when her ex-boyfriend called her to his home on Mountz Road in Knox Township. The couple have a child in common, and he tried to convince her they should get back together. When she told him no, he prevented her from leaving and then grabbed a gun, put it to his head and told her to pull the trigger. She managed to talk him into putting down the gun, and when he ejected the ammunition clip from the handgun, she grabbed the clip and ran. He chased her and dragged her back into the house but let her leave for good. She declined to press charges, but the attorney advised her to file a report.


– A Bandy Road, Homeworth, woman reported at 9:35 p.m. Monday her children were with their father for the weekend and she learned later from the 10-year-old that the 14-year-old was allowed to drive a car on the street by her soon to be ex-husband’s girlfriend.

– Oda Sponsell, Vale Road, Rogers, reported at 8:59 p.m. Monday she bought a vehicle from a man, then gave it back to him to make repairs. He had not returned it. When deputies contacted him, he stated he had already made arrangements to return the vehicle to her.

– Marcy Gregory, Darner Road, Lisbon, reported a possible domestic dispute at 11:41 p.m. Monday. A man told deputies he was walking down the driveway listening to music when his sister began yelling at him. He went to his apartment and she followed him, still yelling. She slammed his door, which cracked the window. He took his fiance and their child to the neighbors and went back to his apartment to get some of their belongings. He believed he saw his sister holding a “thick barreled pistol.” His sister denied the allegation.

– Deputies responded to a home on Darner Road regarding a reported possible domestic situation at 12:14 a.m. Tuesday. When they stepped inside the home, they found the foul odor of animal feces and urine. Puppies were seen pooping on the floor and eating it. The woman living in the home was walking around in her bare feet. Additionally, malnourished horses were found in the barn in dirty stalls. Deputies called both the dog warden and the humane society. The dog warden came out and took five dogs with her. She also forced the owners to purchase multiple dog licenses. A neighbor reported several animals are buried on the property after dying from neglect and abuse. He noted he saw her feed a horse feed with gasoline spilled on it.

– Travis Pancake, Pancake Clarkson Road, Rogers, reported at 12:40 a.m. Monday a suspicious man was at Pancake Nursery. The man, Ralph Sharp, said his wheelchair died and he was charging it. He was asked to leave.

– Marcy Swogger, state Route 154, Lisbon, reported at 4:04 p.m. Monday someone used her bank card in Atlanta on Saturday between 1:33 and 1:40 p.m. with transactions which included two which stated “a piece of cake” $39.22, as well as transactions at two restaurants totalling $400.

– Deputies spoke at 10:10 a.m. Monday to a Beaver Local middle schooler accused of being absent from school 44 times and being disruptive when he is at school.

– Daryl Holt, Cherry Street, Homeworth, reported at 10 a.m. Wednesday she has been having ongoing problems with her neighbors, who continually come onto her property, remove items and curse at her when she is outside.

– Jessy Castelucci, Salem Alliance Road, Salem, reported a neighborhood dispute at 2:03 p.m. Tuesday. Police spoke with Patty Colon, who said she has been watching the baby of Tiffany Kyser, who lives with her. However, Kyser has now told her the baby is going with another woman. Colon wanted the other woman, Melissa Rhodes, removed. Rhodes told a deputy Kyser called her to come get the baby for a couple days, but Colon told her she could not have the baby and should leave. Words were exchanged and she went to sit in her car. The baby’s father, Mike Miller, also arrived. Colon told both the father and Kyser she wanted them to leave. Colon told deputies she does not believe Kyser and Miller care for the baby properly.

– Cody Phillips, Howard Street, Hanoverton, reported on Monday sometime overnight someone had entered his 1997 Chevy S-10 pickup through the rear sliding window and stole some items.

– William Harris, McCann Road, Salem, reported at 9:06 a.m. Wednesday sometime during the night his mailbox was destroyed, possibly by a semi truck coming from the coal yard.

– Sandra Sattler, Dunn Road, East Liverpool, reported at 10:45 a.m. Tuesday she found someone used her Home Savings and Loan debit card to make purchases at a Columbus Kroger store both within a minute of each other on April 18 for $70 and $56.

– Betty Moore, Dunn Road, East Liverpool, reported at 10:37 a.m. Tuesday someone used her personal identity to open three accounts for utility services. She received a bill from Verizon for more than $800 and has never had a cell phone. She also received a bill from Penn Credit, a collection agency for Mountaineer Gas, claiming she owes $1,026 in past due charged for a home on Cove Road, Weirton W.Va., where she has no residence. Moore also received a bill from Convergent Collection agency, claiming she owes nearly $700 for Dish Network for a residence in the Echo Dell trailer park.

– Deputies checked on a 4-year-old child staying with her father on Crestview Road after her mother called on Tuesday evening and reportedly found her daughter, who had recently had surgery, was crying. The child was found eating at the dinner table, appearing not to be in pain and not crying.

– Vivian Frisbie, Padgett Road, East Palestine, reported at 4:33 p.m. Tuesday her vehicle parked at the sheltered workshop on County Home Road was struck by a vehicle driven by Charles E. Grubbs, state Route 45, Lisbon, while he was pulling from a parking space. Both vehicles sustained damages.

– Diana Good, Forest Street, Lisbon, reported at 4:10 p.m. Tuesday she placed four $50 bills in her china cabinet on Thursday and when she went to get the money on Tuesday it was missing.


– Kim Mutersbaugh, Y & O Road, Wellsville, reported at 4:18 p.m. Sunday she received a three-day eviction notice from her landlord but nothing from the courts. Mutersbaugh said Sunday he started to tear the side off the trailer. Deputies spoke to the landlord, Mark Bailey, who said there was water damage to the wall of the trailer and he was both fixing it and adding an addition. Deputies told him he needed to get the side of the trailer closed up by evening for Mutersbaugh. They further explained there is more to the eviction process than simply issuing a three-day notice. The owner of the trailer, Patricia Roger, told deputies Mutersbaugh is a squatter, who moved in with Larry Cloud and he has since moved out.

– A.J. Plum, Scott Drive, Alliance, reported a domestic dispute at 8 p.m. Saturday. Deputies spoke with Jeremy Lowe, who said he and his wife argued about his cell phone and she left. The wife, Misty Lowe, was found to have a warrant and was taken into custody.

– Deputies checked on a woman who is supposed to be living on Scott Drive, Beloit, at 10 p.m. Sunday. The trailer was found unlocked with no one inside.

– Tracey Stryffeler, Bayard Road, Homeworth, reported at 8:41 p.m. Sunday there was a possible domestic at a neighbor’s home. Deputies could hear music coming from the house and the couple inside said they were making repairs and yelling back and forth to each other. There were reportedly no threats or violence.

– Jeffery McBride, Westville Lake Road, Beloit, requested at 8:39 p.m. Sunday deputies check on a neighbor who he has not seen in two days. Deputies noticed deadbolts were locked and all the windows secure. McBride told deputies he rang the door bell and heard a dog inside barking. Deputies heard no dog.

– Shirley Liber, Ganders Flat, Lisbon, reported at 6:58 p.m. Sunday someone vandalized a vacant house next to hers. She does not know who owns the home but believes it is going up for sheriff’s sale. It appeared someone spray painted the walls inside the house.

– An employee at Glasgow Carry Out reported at 8:35 p.m. Saturday a rusted Chevy Nova has been driving up and down the road yelling at customers. Deputies checked the area but did not find the vehicle.

– Marla Winkle, Main Street, Wellsville, reported at 10:13 p.m. Friday her daughter has been getting harassing text messages from another girl.

– Mike Bentfield, Rochester Road, Kensington, reported at 4:55 p.m. Sunday his girlfriend started moving his 16-year-old daughter’s belongings from her bedroom and putting them in his bedroom. Bentfield reported his girlfriend planned for she and her daughter to stay in that room, while he and his daughter stayed in the other room. He did not want his daughter sleeping in his room and wanted his girlfriend to leave.

– Alexis Faloba, Union Street, Washingtonville, reported on Friday after catching Matt Ankrom loading a Hot Wheels vehicle she had bought for her child into his car last Tuesday and they fought leading to his arrest, she searched his vehicle. She reportedly found pawn slips showing her neighbor, David Pastore, pawned her television at Cashland in Columbiana and Ankrom had pawned her camera at Cashland in Salem and her Xbox 360 at Cashland in Youngstown. Deputies got the stores to put holds on the items and spoke to Pastore, who said Ankrom asked him to pawn the TV for him because he claimed he did not have an ID.

– Angela Smith, Eells Street, Rogers, reported at 5:40 p.m. Saturday she parked at Save-A-Lot in Rogers and while she was in the store someone had backed into her vehicle.

– Ashley Perry of East Liverpool, reported at 5:13 a.m. Saturday she was driving on state Route 39 with Jamaar Pullie as her passenger, coming from a birthday party, when a white-colored vehicle began following them closely. She went down Osbourne Road attempting to lose the car, but they drove very close and ran her off the road. She struck a tree on the right side of the truck and spun around resting across the street. There was heavy damage to the vehicle and the drive shaft snapped. It was laying on the ground beneath the vehicle.

– Jim Edwards, Camp Boulevard, Hanoverton, reported on Thursday a vehicle had been parked on Teegarden Road for several days. Deputies found a license plate bracket on the ground belonging to Tri C Motors, which was called. The vehicle was being sold to Courtney Jackson, but she stopped making payments and apparently left it along the road with the keys in it. The battery was dead and the car dealer went to pick it up.


– Suspicious activity was reported at 11:27 p.m. Friday in the area of state Route 45 north of state Route 558. Deputies spoke to Brian Adams, unknown address, who said he had just left Sundowners Bar after having one beer, but to be safe he decided to pull over. He had a ride on the way to get him.

– Paul Franklin, Cannonsburg, Pa., reported at 8:58 a.m. Saturday his wife had been calling him and texting him asking for her debit card and money for the children for Easter. He also knows his wife filed for a protection order against him, but he had not been served. Deputies called Shannon Franklin and informed her to stop contacting er husband because there is a protection order in effect.

-Kathryn Matheson, West Perry Street, Salem, reported at 10:35 p.m. Wednesday her husband vandalized her vehicle while she was dropping him off at Ohio Pet Foods in Lisbon. She told deputies she is in the process of divorcing him and he smashed both tail lights before he went into work. She knew the vehicle actually belongs to both of them, but was concerned about driving home without tail lights.

– Daniel Strabala, Carmel Achor Road, Rogers, reported at 2:45 p.m. Saturday someone threw a rock through his back hatch window of his Ford Explorer, shattering it. Someone also broke a couple flower pots in the yard.

– Joseph Stewart, Youngstown, reported at 11:14 a.m. Sunday his two children are missing. Stewart told deputies he has not spoken to his children since Nov. 21, 2013 and his ex-girlfriend is refusing to let him see them or speak to them. She also reportedly moved several times and changed her phone number. Deputies explained Stewart’s children are not missing, his ex-girlfriend is in contempt of court. He agreed, but noted without an address for his ex-girlfriend his attorney cannot file contempt charges.

– Fred Tomlinson, Smith Road, Negley, reported at 2:39 p.m. Friday two boys in a black Jaguar parked in front of his house and waved him around. He followed the boys, who then got out and threatened him.


– A Maple Heights woman reported at 3:04 p.m. Thursday her grandfather signed over power of attorney to a woman in August 2013, and now the family believes she has drained his bank account of between $60,000 and $100,000. She also put his pickup in her name. Deputies said it is a civil matter.

– Brandie Wade, Winona Road, Salem, reported a man stating he was from Cash Net USA claimed she needed to send them money or a warrant would be issued for her. She told the man she bought nothing from that company.

– Gary Evans, Slater Road, Salem, reported on Friday sometime overnight someone vandalized his mailbox and several others.


a- Janette Gallimore, East Liverpool Road, Lisbon, reported at 12:56 p.m. Monday a new Blu-Ray player and a new under the counter DVD player where stolen from her closet.

– Mickey Davis, state Route 45, Lisbon, reported at 12:30 p.m. Monday over the weekend someone stacked about 50 to 70 used tires behind the Trailer America building on state Route 45.

– William Beadnell, South Mahoning Avenue, Alliance, reported at 11:20 a.m. Tuesday he found either a .40 or .45 caliber bullet laying in his driveway. He reported there is a nearby shooting range, Burtzland Outfitter, and he hears shooting in all directions around his home. Beadnell told deputies he has gone to the shooting range and it appears secure where they shoot.

– A state Route 154, Negley, man reported at 7:29 p.m. Wednesday he was harassed and threatened when he was at Gorby’s in Negley where another man reportedly threatened to rip his head off.

– Larry Bender of Georgia asked deputies to check on his sister on McCann Road, East Rochester, at 6:35 p.m. Tuesday because he believed there had been a domestic violence incident with her husband the night before. The door was open and when no one answered, deputies went inside. They found Bender’s sister, Kim Clemmons, who denied there was a domestic dispute and claimed she was fine. Then deputies found her husband, Ronnie A. Clemmons, hiding behind the bedroom door. Both appeared intoxicated. Deputies planned to check on the bond conditions involving a previous domestic violence charge against the husband to see if he was allowed to be there.

– Kerry Pitts, state Route 154, Rogers, reported at 6:42 p.m. Tuesday John Chaffin, Jr. came onto Pitts’ property and wanted his belongings. Pitts told Chaffin he had already given all of Chaffin’s things to his father and he wanted him to leave. Chaffin reportedly left, but not before making an obscene gesture and yelling at him.

– Samantha Atkinson, Linwood Drive, Alliance, reported at 9:26 p.m. Wednesday her ex-boyfriend has been harassing her where she works, coming into the Subway on Westville Lake and yelling at her in front of others. Atkinson noted he has also done this at another Subway in Alliance where she also works.

– An argument was reportedly between siblings on Dutchtown School Road at 1:05 p.m. Wednesday. The sister and brother, ages 20 and 19, were reportedly fighting over a bedroom. Deputies explained that since they live with their mother, she is in charge of assigning rooms and if they did not like those arrangements they could move out on their own. The brother agreed to leave to avoid any further conflict.

– Bill Elliott, Tuscaloosa, Ala., the safety coordinator for Sunland Construction, reported at 8:15 a.m. Wednesday someone stole several tools from a construction vehicle parked on property along state Route 558 overnight. Most of the items belonged to employees except one machine, which is used in the pipeline welding process.


– A Boardman man reported at 12:26 p.m. Tuesday he was sitting in his vehicle eating outside Borza’s Meat Market when a man knocked on his window asking for money. Deputies checked the area for the man but did not find him.

– A Union Street, Washingtonville, woman reported at 12:47 p.m. Tuesday she and her live-in boyfriend told her he was going to put their grill in the basement, but then she saw him loading it and a power wheels car she just bought for her son into the trunk of his car. She confronted him and an argument ensued which included him biting her and threatening to punch her. Drug abuse instruments were also turned over to deputies.

– A Kirk Road, Columbiana, woman reported at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday she does not want her 15-year-old son with his girlfriend, but the girlfriend keeps contacting him. The son also was contacting the girlfriend. Deputies explained they cannot keep her son from contacting his girlfriend, but she could contact juvenile court to see if he could be cited as unruly.

– A Georgetown Road, North Georgetown, woman reported at 6:20 p.m. Tuesday she received a phone call which sounded like a boy who was very vulgar and threatened her. Deputies contacted someone at the number in Niles, who determined his 12-year-old son was making random prank calls and said he would take care of the problem.

– Responding to an alarm at Global Pak, Columbiana Lisbon Road, Columbiana, at 6:29 p.m. Tuesday deputies found the door to a rear warehouse partially open. Nothing was found missing or out of place.

– A Glasgow Road, Lisbon, woman reported at 4:55 p.m. Tuesday her husband is moving out and taking items from the house including her cell phone. Deputies explained it is a civil issue and she needs to contact an attorney.


– A deputy was called to Southern Local High School at noon Monday in regard to a 14-year-old boy suspected of having marijuana. Principal Dallas Saunders told the student to empty his cargo pants pockets and a plastic bag containing marijuana was removed, which is when his parents were contacted. The boy said two people he knows came to his home last Friday with what he called a “brick of marijuana, about the size of two handfuls,” and gave him a little. The boy said the one also asked him to keep the marijuana because the police were looking for him. The boy said he took the small amount of marijuana given to him to school to return it. He was suspended from school for 10 days.

– Blaine Perry, Commerce Street, Wellsville, reported his car was stolen Monday from the parking lot where he works on Fife Coal Road, Yellow Creek Township. Perry said a co-worker told him he saw two men pull up in a blue van, one get out and into his Sunbird and drive away. The witness could not identify the driver but was able to identify the passenger in the van as Sammie Powells. Perry said the title was stolen from the glove compartment the week before, and all of this occurred after someone Perry knows agreed to purchase the car but could not come up with the money.

– Susan Belanger, Campbell Road, Hanoverton, reported Monday the neighbor children are coming onto her property to swim in her pond. Belanger spoke with their mother but her children returned the next day, and she is afraid they will get hurt. Belanger has posted no trespassing signs but they have been torn down. The deputy intends to speak with the neighbor.

– Dorothy Nezbeth, Stanley Drive, Beloit, reported Monday receiving harassing calls and she wanted the deputy to make them stop. The deputy called the number and spoke with Mike Wilkinson, who said he was not the one making the calls but would check with his family.

– Ricky Dailey, Taylor Road, Negley, reported the neighbors were trespassing on their property at 6:35 p.m. Sunday. He said the neighbor and his wife were riding horses across the property and when Dailey confronted the neighbor, he told the boy to get his father so he could “whoop his (buttocks).” The father, Ronald Dailey, declined to file charges but might if this continues. The deputy spoke to the neighbor, Clifford Ruff, who said he was allowed to ride on the property since he was following a power company access. The deputy advised Ruff that did not matter and that it was still private property, and if he returned he would be charged.

– Wellsville police asked for help in locating a vehicle on McCormick Run Road, Madison Township, at 4:44 a.m. Tuesday that had been involved in a pursuit inside the village. Deputies found the vehicle and waited for the arrival of Wellsville police, who arrested Dakota Frank.

– Victoria Mallot, Grant Street, Lisbon, reported at 1 a.m. Tuesday she went to retrieve something from her car and found the windshield and a side window had been shattered.

– A Lisbon area man last week reported his concerns about his juvenile son getting out of control when he did not get his way. The boy’s doctor advised the man to file a report with the sheriff’s office.

– Jason Smith, Bowman Road, Knox Township, reported Friday someone fraudulently used his identity to open a Comast account in Illinois. He found out after getting a call from a bill collector saying he owed $600.

– A county park district caretaker reported Monday a vehicle had driven through Scenic Vista Park, leaving ruts in the yard area near the pavilion. He asked the deputies to keep an extra eye on the park.


– Shaunda Uphold, Rochester Road, Homeworth, reported at 10:43 a.m. Friday she received a call from Home Savings and Loan’s fraud department alerting her of two charges made to her debit card at a Kroger’s in Columbus for $50 and $84.

– Peter Sambrooke, Washington Township trustee, reported an abandoned vehicle on Hazel Run Road about two miles east of Clarks Mill Road at 12:43 p.m. Thursday. The vehicle, a 2003 Pontiac Grand Prix with no license plate, was heavily damaged after it was driven through the woods. It was found to belong to Clifton Jezek of Salineville. Salineville police spoke to his girlfriend, who said the vehicle broke down at that location and agreed to move it as soon as possible.

– A possibly intoxicated man was reported in the area of Carmel Achor near Lake Tomahawk at 1:42 a.m. Sunday. Deputies checked the area, but did not find anyone.

– Peggy Joe, Rose Drive, Lisbon, reported at 12:48 a.m. Sunday she and her husband argued. She said he was very intoxicated and threatening to harm himself. Deputies and Lisbon police searched the area, but did not find him.

– Jeanette Gallimore, East Liverpool Road, Lisbon, reported at 3:09 p.m. Sunday her son is addicted to heroin and became upset because no one would take him into town to get some. He threatened to harm himself and then his grandmother admittedly took him to East Liverpool and dropped him off. It was believed he was going to meet someone to buy drugs. East Liverpool police were notified of the situation.

– Melissa Sarge, Forbes Road, Wellsville, reported at 11 p.m. Sunday she and her boyfriend are separating and he reportedly broke the passenger side mirror on her vehicle by hitting it. Deputies spoke to the boyfriend, who claimed the mirror had been broken for a while.

– Lindsay Hartt, Gurlea Street, Hanoverton, reported at 1:35 p.m. Friday she and her sister were involved in a physical fight. Both refused to give written statements and signed a refusal to prosecute form.

– Lynn Holshue, Pleasant View Drive, Lisbon, reported at 3:22 p.m. Friday a 13-year-old child was being unruly and disrespectful. She was told to contact juvenile court.

– Delores Pahanish, Miller Road, Leetonia, reported at 1:13 p.m. Saturday her neighbors have a barn which sits on their property but a portion of the front of the barn sits on her property. She showed deputies a survey map and claimed the horse trailer parked in front of the barn is on her property. Tricia Scott and Patrick Cox showed deputies a survey map which differed from Pahanish’s. Deputies explained Pahanish only wanted the trailer moved and Cox agreed to find a truck with the hitch to enable him to move the trailer, because the one he usually uses was in the shop.

– Wilma Redman, Sprucevale Drive, Rogers, reported at 2:54 p.m. Saturday someone entered her unlocked, unattached garage. An air compressor, S and K power tools and air tools were missing. The items belonged to her deceased brother, Jack Artrup.

– Tammy Sell, Maple Street, Rogers, reported at 12:33 p.m. Saturday she was parked at the gas pumps at Cowan’s Market in Rogers when Zachary Redmond, Monroe Street, Salem, backed up in the parking lot and struck her driver’s side front quarter panel.


– Bobbie Gibson of Homosassa, Fla., reported she is in the process of selling a house at 43307 Middle Beaver Road, Elkrun Township, and on Thursday her realtor found people living there, even though it has been vacant for two years and there is no electrical service or running water. A deputy arrived and found three vehicles parked in the driveway and was met by Thomas M. Henry, who said he has been staying there since May 2012. Henry, 69, said he did not know who owned the property but did not want any problems and would leave. Gibson said she would not pursue charges if they moved out, and Henry said they would be gone by today.

– A deputy responded to a loud party complaint on Plymouth Street, Hanoverton, at 10 p.m. Saturday, and spoke with a Mr. Loutzenhiser, who was out back hosting a birthday party around a bonfire. He did not realize they were being loud and agreed to keep it quiet.

– Heather Courtney, Shelby Lane, Guilford Lake, reported there were children jumping in front of vehicles on Parkview Avenue at 9:44 p.m. Saturday. The deputy who responded did not see any youths but did see where someone placed a row of small sticks across the roadway.

– A caller reported there was a domestic dispute in the 11000 block of state Route 45, Elkrun Township, at 8:14 p.m. Saturday. A deputy spoke with a man, who said he had gotten into an argument with his father after the man wrecked his ATV. The man said his father had since left and there was no problem.

– James Sheen, Trinity Church Road, Center Township, reported Saturday someone stole his riding mower and he believes he knows who was responsible.

– Cheryl Emery, Black Road, Center Township, reported at 8:24 p.m. Saturday she and Jason Short had gotten into an argument over the use of a license plate. She said they only argued and there were no threats,

– James Metalik, Riffle Road, New Waterford, reported at 10:36 p.m. Saturday his fiancee’s teenage son had shoved her after the two were arguing over him not listening to her. Metalik said the boy also tried to punch him after threatening to do so. The 16-year-old boy was arrested for domestic violence and taken to the county juvenile detention center.

– Richard May of the county dog pound, arrived at 8:53 a.m. Saturday and was met by volunteer Rick Morgan, who asked if they had a “crazy dog” the night before. The reason Morgan asked is he found a plastic door on one of the kennels and the fence were bent and the padlock was not in its proper location. May then discovered that Dozer, a large chow-retriever mix, was missing.

– A home security alarm went off at a home on Coffee School Road, Salem, at 9:33 a.m. Sunday. The front door was found open but there no sign anyone had broken in, and the inside of the house appeared to be secure. The door appeared not to have been properly latched, so the deputy locked it behind him.

– A Cleveland man wanted to know how he could go about getting his stepfather’s caretakers to move out of his residence on Lisa Lane, Guilford Lake. The man said his stepfather had been admitted to the hospital on Thursday but he only found out on Sunday. The man was told he would have to go through the formal eviction process.

– Leonard Custer, Campbell Road, Hanoverton, reported at 10:40 a.m. Saturday there was a goat on his property and he wanted it removed. The deputy called Jim Sturgeon, who checked and learned his goats were confined. The deputy was then going to call Keith Sell to see if any of his goats were missing.


– Tracy Stotesbury, state Route 30, East Rochester, reported at 4:28 p.m. Thursday his utility trailer, a 2000 Brenner Tanker with North Carolina license plates, was stolen from his property.

– A verbal domestic dispute was reported at 6:52 p.m. Thursday at the Sparkle Market on state Route 45 in Lisbon. Deputies spoke with Joe McVay, who said he had an argument with his girlfriend, Maranda Halligan, but nothing physical occurred.

– Lorna Murra, manager of the Hanoverton One Stop, First Street, Hanoverton, reported at 1:36 p.m. a semi-truck driver pulled down the power line to the store. Deputies later spoke with Brian Noland, driver for Ecklund Trucking, who said he was turning around in the lot when his trailer caught the wire, which has been hanging low for some time due to storms, and his company said that it was not his fault as the lines should be 13-foot-6 off the ground if they sell fuel for semi-trucks.

– Frank Baker of United High School, Hanoverton, reported at 2:52 p.m. Friday a boy walking away from the school, but he soon returned.

– Karen Bertschy, Ganders Flat Road, Lisbon, reported at 3:25 p.m. Friday her ex-boyfriend, David Vincent, keeps sending her harassing emails.


– Ben Caldwell, South 12th Street, Beloit, reported an assault at 11:07 p.m. Thursday. He and his friend, Brian Craig, reportedly had a falling out, and Craig came to his farm, they argued and Craig pushed him to the ground. Caldwell did not want to pursue charges.

– Denise Hayes, Steubenville Pike, Lisbon, reported at 10:37 p.m. Thursday she and her boyfriend, Tim Harmon, split up, and she wanted to get her belongings from his truck, which is actually titled in her name. He refused to let her into the truck, and she became disruptive. Deputies explained she has every right to get her belongings, and if he is keeping the truck, they need to update the title.

– Sophie Grubb, an employee of American Health Care, Baird Road, East Palestine, reported at 9 a.m. Friday someone entered her personal residence at the home and took her lock box with personal papers and $40.


– Mike Simplican, Carmel Achor Road, Negley, reported at 3:45 p.m. Wednesday the window to the side door of his brother’s home was broken out. The home has reportedly been vacant since his father passed away.

– Linda Chick, Walnut Street, Rogers, reported at 7:48 p.m. Wednesday her son was harassed by other children while at the basketball court at the park in Rogers.


– Veronica Zahrndt, state Route 45, Lisbon, reported Tuesday someone loosened the lug nuts of her car and the driver’s side rear tire fell off Monday night.

– Chris Cox, Darlington Road, Negley, reported at 9:39 p.m. Saturday another man was at his home and they were all drinking. There was $60 laying on the counter and the man got up, grabbed the money and left. Cox declined to pursue charges, telling deputies he would handle it himself.

– Vicky Mayor, state Route 164, Lisbon, reported at 10:34 p.m. Tuesday her son’s iPhone 4S with a camouflage cover was stolen at the Rogers Sale during the evening.


– Wanda Clark, Buck Road, Alliance, reported Tuesday sometime overnight someone removed two West Branch school levy signs from her yard. The same thing reportedly happened in November 2012.

– Nicole Kenst, Fink Road, Summitville, reported at 9:59 p.m. Sunday someone stole a bottle of suboxone from her home. Deputies reminded her she made a similar complaint of the same drug being stolen on Aug. 7, 2013.

– Nicole Grimm, East Main Street, Salineville, reported at 4:56 a.m. Tuesday she believed there was a possible burglary. Deputies spoke to Edward Donaldson, who said he was sleeping when he heard movement and voices downstairs. He went down to investigate and someone went through the front door. Deputies looked for a vehicle Donaldson saw in the area, but did not find it.

– David Turley, Church Hill Road, Lisbon, reported at 1:23 p.m. Saturday someone used his debit card to order something for nearly $300 from a Radio Shack in Richville (state not listed on the report) on Saturday and then someone used it again at for more than $500.

– Linda Dykens, Elm Road, Lisbon, reported at 3:12 p.m. Monday someone used her debit card to make four purchases, each for about $85, at a Kroger in Columbus and then another charge of $52 at a United Dairy Farmers, also in Columbus.

– Tina Lockhart, state Route 39, Washington Township, reported at 1:08 p.m. Monday her son was out of control. Lockhart said her son moved back to the house a week ago, assuring her he was cleaning up his life. But they argued on Monday and he punched a mirror in the bathroom, injuring his hand. He left the house and was detained by sheriff’s Lt. Allan Young in the Southern Local school parking lot. Lockhart was given information about how to have her son receive drug treatment if needed.

– Don Bevington, Carmel Achor Road, Rogers, reported at 3:41 p.m. Monday someone threw a cement block, smashing his mailbox and his neighbor’s.

– Lee Berger of Berger Electric, U.S. Route 62, Salem, reported at 8:07 a.m. Monday he had received a call from his neighbor on Sunday evening telling him there were two people in a white Ford Ranger at the business putting items in the back of a truck. A number of items were missing when he arrived for work on Monday.


– Denise Moore, Y and O Road, Wellsville, reported at 2:20 p.m. Sunday a woman, Kim Mutersbaugh, was still living in the trailer on her property and refusing to move out. Deputies explained it is a civil issue.

– Shelda Keefer, state Route 45, Madison Township, reported at 9:33 a.m. Friday she has been living there for about four years and her boyfriend is at the Eastern Ohio Correctional Center. His sister and brother have been calling her asking her to leave and the brother reportedly threatened if she did not get her things out he would burn it. Deputies told the sister how to properly evict Keefer, and warned them against harassing her and her son.

– Amy Rudder, Willow Lane, Wellsville, reported at 10:40 a.m. Friday someone used her debit card at Walmart in Fairfield, Calif., for $816 in purchases. The card has been canceled.

– Jessica Lee, Water Street, Salineville, reported at 12:16 a.m. Saturday a woman and two men came to her home looking for Rick Willis Jr. They did not believe her when she told them he was not there and came back three times. Later Lee and two friends were in the Tangerine Lounge when the woman and two men came in, causing a scene. The woman reportedly punched Lee’s friend, Joshua Crooms. The bartender made the woman and two men leave and Crooms declined to press charges against the woman.

– Brinda Carter, Salem Unity Road, Salem, reported at 3:06 p.m. Sunday her daughter and her daughter’s husband came to her home and took her daughter’s child. There are no custody orders through the court. Carter said her son-in-law threatened to put her on the ground.

– A dispatcher from Norfolk Southern reported at 3:49 p.m. Sunday there were vehicles trespassing on the railroad property between Mountz and Homeworth roads. Deputies found no vehicles.

– Connie Sorrells, New Garden Avenue, Salem, met deputies in the parking lot of Camp McKinley at 11:15 p.m. Sunday reporting her ex-husband had the children for visitation and took them on an access road to a pipeline, where he became stuck. The children, ages 14 and 10, used their father’s cell phone to call Sorrells and tell her their father had started drinking and passed out. Deputies found the white van stuck in the mud about a quarter mile up an access road off Furnace Road. Michael Rebuck, 48, last known address Whinnery Road, Hanoverton, was found passed out with keys in the on position in the ignition. He was charged with OVI.


– Marcus Morelan, County Airport Road, Madison Township, reported a domestic dispute at his residence at 6:36 a.m. Friday involving Shane Bogle and Shannon Miller. Bogle had been living at the residence while dating Miller but he became upset and left, then returned and began yelling at Morelan and Miller and making threats about burning down the house. Miller said she and Bogle also shoved each other. Bogle left before the deputy arrived, and Morelan said he was going to take Miller to her home in Sagamore Hills.

– Keith McCoy, Padgett Road, East Palestine, reported Thursday someone opened an account in his name at a cash advance business using the email account of Keith Burgess, who had until recently lived as his residence. The cash advance business is telling McCoy he owes them for $2,413 in transactions made in his name.

-Deputies were called to the Guy residence on County Airport Road, Madison Township, in regard to a domestic dispute at 8:13 p.m. Thursday. The deputy spoke to Richard and Melanie Guy, who said they had been arguing and began breaking things, but both declined to press charges.

– Allen Szabo, Edwards Circle, Columbiana, reported Thursday the motor vehicle his children use was broken into, and stolen were two netbooks on loan to his children from the Columbiana school district.

– Cindy Bokanovich, Speidel Road, Hanoverton, reported seeing a teenage boy trying to remove her repaired mailbox and post after it had recently been vandalized. The youth fled when another vehicle came into view, but she managed to get the license plate number, which back to a man who lives on state Route 172. The man said his 16-year-old son was using the vehicle but was currently attending baseball practice at United Local High School. The parties met there, and the man and the Bokanovichs worked things out between themselves, with the boy agreeing to replace the mail box and post. The boy’s baseball coach said he also planned to address the issue.

-Russ Petree, Coldale Street, Minerva, reported Thursday afternoon that people attending an auction down the street were turning around in his driveway, and in the process also coming onto his lawn and leaving ruts.


– Corina L. McVay, 20, Main Street, Leetonia, was northbound on Dutchtown School Road in Elkrun Township at 7:53 a.m. Friday and went off the left side into a utility pole and a ditch. She was cited for failure to control and OVI.

– Donald C. Snyder, 44, Duke Road, East Liverpool, was southbound on state Route 170 in Middleton Township at 11 p.m. Tuesday and went off the right side attempting to avoid a deer and hit a guardrail. He was cited for failure to control.

– Susan R. English, 45, state Route 45, Lisbon, was northbound on Route 45 in Elkrun Township at midnight Feb. 26 and went off the right side, then went left of center off the left side into a speed limit sign. She was cited for OVI.


– Kevin Barley, state Route 172, Minerva, reported at 2:50 a.m. Wednesday someone stole $20 from the Barley’s Orchard honor jar inside the market on state Route 172, Minerva. Deputies were given descriptions of the vehicle and still photographs from a security video.

– Danny Webber, Skyline Drive, Wellsville, reported at 8:45 a.m. Tuesday someone trimmed the limbs out of trees on his rental property. The trees are on the property line next to the neighbor’s driveway, but it was not known who trimmed the limbs.

– Melaine Blough, Camille Street, Hanoverton, reported at 8:04 p.m. Tuesday she found both a green lawn wagon and 14 two-by-fours missing from her unattached garage. The value of the items is about $145.

– Casey Thompson, Wedgewood Drive, Morgantown, reported a suspicious person in the area of the railroad tracks in Rogers at 7:26 p.m. Tuesday. Deputies found no one matching the description.

– Brennan Witmer, Crestview Road, Columbiana, reported at 7:03 p.m. Tuesday between 9:45 p.m. Monday and 5:45 a.m. Tuesday someone drove through his grandparents’ wooden plank fence, tore up the yard and drove back out while tearing up more of the fence. The truck responsible lost scrap in the yard and also a metal furnace.

– Linda Huffman, Maple Street, Kensington, reported at 5:24 p.m. Tuesday there was a domestic situation between her daughter, Michaela Huffman and her daughter’s ex-boyfriend, Jay Troyer. Troyer reportedly was there dropping off their 2-year-old daughter and as Michaela Huffman was unbucking their child from the vehicle he reportedly started to drive off with her half in and half out of the vehicle. Michaela Huffman was able to get inside when Troyer was turning around. Her current boyfriend, Mitch Long told deputies Troyer sped straight toward him and he struck the vehicle with a pipe as it went by. Troyer took both the child and Michaela Huffman to his mother’s house on Gavers Road. She got out and walked back leaving the child behind with Troyer. He told deputies Michaela was not nearly dragged by the vehicle, but did accuse Long of breaking out his passenger side window with a pipe. The matter was forwarded to the prosecutor’s office.


– Donald LeMasters, Rose Drive, Lisbon, reported at 7:30 p.m. Monday he was having problems with neighborhood children. LeMasters also spoke with the manager of the apartments, who told the children to stay away from LeMasters.

– A domestic dispute was reported at a Hoopes Road address at 9:18 p.m. Monday. Deputies spoke to Rick Faulkner and his girlfriend. She had been upset and yelling at him, because he told her to move out. Both signed a refusal to prosecute.

– Virginia Brown, St. Jacob-Logtown Road, Lisbon, reported at 7:59 p.m. Monday someone stole a dismantled 2004 red and white Honda XR100R dirt bike from a barn she rents on Dobson Mill Road.

– Julie Bertram, Homeworth Road, Alliance, reported at 11:49 a.m. Monday a former friend posted something on Facebook saying she needs to get a gun and kill her, but was not specific about who the “her” was. The former friend also accused her of stealing from her son when Bertram went to the woman’s house to try to get money back, which her former friend had borrowed. The son had told Bertram his mother was not home and Bertram told deputies she left.

– Cassandra Perry, Gaston Road, Negley, reported at 1:17 p.m. Monday there were three cows wandering through the front lawn. The cows headed toward Henderson’s farm on Sprucevale Road. Deputies contacted the Henderson family, who offered to see if any of their herd was missing and collect the strays if they were theirs.

– Ralph Liebert, Grant Street, Lisbon, reported at 12:19 p.m. Monday he believed someone attempted to steal the catalytic converter off his car. It was not taken, but he found evidence someone attempted to get under the vehicle.

– Steven Raneri III, Bye Road, East Palestine, reported on Monday that 22 16-foot posts were taken from his property sometime from March 24-29. The posts had been strapped together for about four years and would be weathered with strap marks on them. He also knows someone has been attempting to sell the posts to local farmers.

– Steve Landis, state Route 7, Lisbon, reported Monday sometime between 6 a.m. and 8 p.m. Saturday someone stole a new grill and propane tank from his front porch.

– Dave Waseman, U.S. Route 30, Minerva, reported at 8:49 a.m. Monday both his and his girlfriend’s cars were tampered with during the night. His antenna was bent and someone pulled the hood release on his girlfriend’s vehicle. There was also a dent on the gas tank filler lid.

– Mary Jane Thompson, Dutchtown School Road, Rogers, reported at 7:15 a.m. Monday her neighbor’s horses were on her property.

– Rosemary Koehn, Center Road, Alliance, reported at 7:15 a.m. Sunday she and her family are moving and she had multiple people over helping them. Later she found her purse missing. Then on Monday she reported she found the purse.

– Bonnie Mauch, Lower Elkton Road, Columbiana, reported at 11:48 p.m. Sunday a suspicious person walking up the road. Deputies found a younger man, who said he was walking to a friends house to help his friend out after his friends got into a fight.


– Diane Henderson, Grant Street, Lisbon, reported at 12:02 p.m. Sunday someone broke the lock off her shed overnight and stole parts to a 305 engine. There were tennis shoe marks in the snow on her porch and in front of the shed.

– Joseph Daniel, Depot Street, Rogers, reported at 8:38 a.m. Friday his ex-girlfriend has been coming to his home and sending harassing text messages. He told deputies she still gets mail at his home.

– Glenn Libert, Endley Road, Lisbon, reported at 8:42 a.m. Friday he came home at about 1 a.m. and found someone had stolen some scrap metal from his garage.

– John Alexander, Homeworth Road, Alliance, reported at 10:08 a.m. Friday he took a Kobelco excavator to have repairs in Atwater. When he got it back it worked for a short time and then quit. The service man reportedly agreed to fix it again, but then called and claimed it is not his responsibility. Alexander went and got his equipment finding parts missing. Deputies explained it is a civil matter.

– Gary Vulcan, Adams Road, Lisbon, reported at 10:28 a.m. Friday someone had been using his Mastercard. Deputies attempted to call him back, but did not hear from Vulcan.

– Gary Ohler, U.S. Route 30, Minerva, reported at 11:23 a.m. Friday he was trying to remove his belongings from a house he rented. He lost his job and was unable to pay the rent. When he went Friday he found the locks changed. He contacted the landlord, who said he will hold onto the key for a couple weeks or until he receives back rent.

– Nichole Kenst, Fink Road, Kensington, reported a domestic dispute at 11:46 a.m. Sunday. Kenst reported Josh Golding threw all her belongings into the yard while she was not home. Both claimed there was no physical violence and declined to prosecute.

– Kim Audino, Tower Road, Salem, reported at 2:14 p.m. Sunday she has been receiving unwanted text messages from a man she knows. Deputies contacted him and warned him.

– Kevin Barley, state Route 172, Minerva, reported at 7:29 a.m. Saturday he has video footage of someone taking money from the can they use to collect money for sold eggs. Someone is also leaving something under the stairs and their son, who has a drug problem, retrieves it.

– Someone from Barnett’s Motel reported at 5:34 a.m. Monday a man staying there may have taken too many pills. Deputies found him unresponsive and an ambulance was called.

– Glenn Hostetter, Woodville Road, Columbiana, reported at 3:25 a.m. Monday there was a domestic dispute at a neighbor’s home. Deputies spoke to Jennifer Fitzsimmons, who said her husband came home intoxicated and an argument ensued. He reportedly pushed her multiple times, grabbed her by the hair and threw her against a car. Jason Fitzsimmons, was charged with domestic violence.

– Melissa Bowdish, Gray Court, N.C., reported at 5:53 p.m. Sunday she believes someone hacked her 12-year-old son’s Facebook page and has been posting comments about other children. The boy lives in the Leetonia area. Deputies told her to contact Facebook and have them shut down the account.