– During a search on County Home Road of a vehicle registered to Michael Hipsley, 21, state Route 39, Salineville, K-9 Jesy reportedly alerted on the trunk. There, deputies reported finding a digital scale, with a small amount of marijuana also found in the passenger side of the vehicle. Hipsley was charged with possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.

– Deputies responded Saturday night to the home of Christa Brazee, Opal Drive, Wellsville, to do a welfare check, where they found her and her children to be fine. She reported having been assaulted by a man known to her the previous night in East Liverpool.

– Responding to a report of a domestic dispute on Elkton Road, deputies spoke with Ursula Lewis and Delon Bryant, both of whom said there was an argument and nothing physical. Both signed a refusal to prosecute.

– John Seeger, owner of High Roller Customs LLC Motorcycle Repair Shop, told deputies Saturday morning he had done more than $768 worth of repairs on a chopper for a man who has still not paid for the work three weeks later. The man has also not picked up the motorcycle. He was advised this is a civil matter.

– Deputies responded Saturday to a report of a domestic on Gurlea Street, Hanoverton, but Lindsey Hartt said there was just an argument with her sister, Ashley Hartt. No charges were filed.

– Responding Saturday to a trespassing complaint at an old barn on Teegarden Road, deputies discovered five boys inside, all of whom were 12 years old except one who turned 13 that day. The boys told deputies they were “exploring,” according to reports, which indicated they admitted breaking a long cylindrical piece of glass on the concrete. Their parents were called to pick up the boys, who also cleaned up the glass before leaving.

– Lisa Coleman, Pinewood Drive, New Waterford, advised deputies Friday she had dropped her daughter off at her father’s for scheduled visitation and she saw beer cans on the table. Coleman said a court order prohibits him from drinking when he has visitation, and she wanted a report on file for when she speaks to her attorney.

– Michael Solmen, Butcher Road, Leetonia, complained Saturday about neighbors shooting guns on their property into a small dirt mound, which he believed to be unsafe. The neighbor, Kenneth Cook, told deputies he was not shooting, although he sometimes hears gunshots from across the road, but he did not know who does the shooting.

– Deputies responded Saturday to the home of Theresa Cogan, Walker Road, Minerva, where her son-in-law David Reynolds said her husband was at the neighbor’s house, even though Mrs. Cogan and his wife have a protection order against him. Deputies determined the house was farther than the 100-foot limit imposed in the protection order.

– Susan Gregg, Randel Road, Hanoverton, reported Saturday her mailbox had been smashed. The post office advised her no others had been vandalized.

– Sara Cross, Buck Road, Beloit, reported her 17-year-old daughter had been receiving threatening Twitter messages from a former boyfriend, who also has been driving past the house. Deputies spoke to the boy, advising him he could be charged if he continued, which he said he had also been advised by an Alliance police officer. The boy told deputies he wanted his belongings left in his ex-girlfriend’s car, and arrangements were made for him to retrieve those items.

– Dana Duffield, Center Avenue, Lisbon, reported Saturday she noticed her back door open when her dog would not stop barking and saw a man she knows on the back porch. When Duffield yelled at him, the man fled.

– Rosemary Betz, Wooddale Drive, Lisbon, reported Saturday an unknown vehicle knocked down and ran over about 150 feet of her fencing on Gavers Road.


– Mark Bailey, state Route 170, Rogers, reported at 10:26 a.m. Friday his neighbor, which owns Smith Thompson Tree Services, cut down 35 trees belonging to Bailey at Bailey’s other property on Airport Road.

– Danny Felton, Slater Road, Salem, reported at 11:50 a.m. Friday his mailbox was vandalized along with several others on the area of Slater Road between Winona Road and state Route 62, which were observed by a deputy.

– Scott Cunningham, South 12th Street, Beloit, reported 3:02 p.m. Friday someone in a white Jeep drove through his lawn after cutting the corner short by turning off Hartley Road onto South 12th Street, which has been an ongoing issue as other drivers have done this as well.

– Joseph Frankford, Rochester Road, Minerva, reported at 3:24 p.m. Friday someone dumped wood on his property.

– Jay Herron, Woodsdale Road, Salem, reported at 8:03 a.m. Saturday an unknown vehicle drove through the yard on his rental property Tunnell Hill Road in Hanover Township, and damaged the yard and well.


– Amy DeLauder, Avondale Street, East Liverpool, reported at 11:30 a.m. Saturday she did not know where her children were after receiving permission from Robert Frank, the father of the children who also has custody. Frank’s current girlfriend, Amy Moore, said that he took the kids to DeLauder the night before. After a deputy wished to speak with Frank, neither woman could provide a contact number or place of employment, but Moore said that Frank would be back home for lunch and would call then. Frank spoke with the deputy saying that the children are at his sister’s house, and that DeLauder does not have custody of the children.

– Deputies spoke with Isaac Klink, state Route 558, Fairfield Township, at 1:24 p.m. Saturday and told him that he was not permitted at the Air Force Reserve Base in Pittsburgh after admitting himself for a psychological evaluation and checking out before the evaluation ended. Deputies advised Klink charges would be filed if he was caught on the base again, and needs to speak with the base regarding the situation.

– Kim Mutersbaugh, 44627 Y and O Road, Wellsville, reported at 5:37 p.m. Friday while Lawrence “Larry” Cloud was moving out of the trailer, he choked her and threw her against the wall. Cloud stated he was loading the U-Haul with passenger Kurt Ensell and denied any assault taking place. A deputy noticed a friction burnp on Mutersbaugh’s neck which appeared to be self-inflicted. Mutersbaugh did not deny that it was self-inflicted but still said Cloud choked her.

– Nancy Bergis, Carmel Achor Road, Rogers, reported at 7:36 p.m. Thursday someone entered her home and stole a keypad safe containing cash and credit cards. Her neighbor, Richard Anderson, said he noticed a white Ford pickup truck with two men approximately six feet tall with short brown hair arrive around 12:30 p.m. and left 15 minutes later.

– Megan Morrow, 27, Maple Street, Lisbon, reported at 6:20 p.m. Friday she dropped off her daughter to Luke Trimnel, 32, state Route 45, Lisbon, at his residence when, during an argument, he grabbed her by the hair and threw her out of the garage. Trimnel, who was arrested and taken to county jail, also said he was hit multiple times in the face. Both parties have been charged with domestic violence.

– Sheryl Miller, Ridge Road, Minerva, reported at 10:35 p.m. Saturday several mailboxes were vandalized in that area.

– Joan Messenger, Old Irondale Road, reported at 5:52 p.m. Friday Eddie Wilson’s cows were tearing up her yard.

– Chuck Hinton, Richardson Avenue, Negley, reported at 8:28 p.m. Friday someone tried to enter his garage but was not successful.

– Danielle Krcich, Darlington Road, Negley, reported at 6:42 p.m. Saturday a Troybuilt rototiller was stolen from her home sometime toward the end of March.

– At 8:52 p.m. Saturday a deputy discovered a vacant home on Slater Road had been ransacked and copper wire was stolen from the basement. A message was left with Safeguard Realty Management.


– Brad Riley, Knox School Road, Homeworth, reported at 10:17 p.m. Saturday his neighbor, Randy Brown, had horses running loose and tearing up his yard, which Riley said happens at least once a year if not more.

– Laurie Kelly, Elkton Road, Lisbon, reported at 2:19 p.m. Saturday her dark brown leather purse was gone. She last saw her purse around 10:30 p.m. Friday in her vehicle, which was unlocked.