– Donald Hall, Sprucevale Road, Rogers, reported at 8 a.m. Monday that his neighbor’s horses are getting loose and coming onto his property. The deputy spoke to the neighbor, Heidi Cole, who said this was only the second time it happened. The deputy told her she needed to keep her livestock on her property or she could be cited.
– Cindy Lemasters, Malone Road, Salineville, reported June 18 having a dispute with her neighbor over a driveway they are having installed on the property. The parties were told this was a civil matter and to stay away from each other.
– Deputies were asked by Russell Maze of Concord to check on Calvin Adams, First Street, Hanoverton, at 4:31 p.m. Friday. The deputy spoke to Adams’ relatives, who made arrangements for Adams to call Maze.
– Emma Slomer, Seigler Road, Salineville, reported Friday a shed had been broken into and an old lawn mower was moved near the road.
– Betty Griffith, Bayard Road, East Rochester, called at 9:20 p.m. Saturday. When the deputy called her back, Griffith said things had calmed down and the fire was now out and she would make a full report the next day.
– Deputies were called to the Clarkson area of Middleton Township on Sprucevale Road at 2:13 p.m. Sunday in regard to ATVs being ridden on the road and in a reckless manner. The deputy spoke to the rider’s mother, Kristie Quetot, and told her it is illegal to ride ATVs on public roads and that the driver could be cited and the ATV towed away. The deputy also spoke to two other juveniles who were on the ATV on the property.
– Nichole Rickerd, East Main Street, Salineville, reported Sunday her neighbor threatened to run her out of town because he said she does not keep her dog tied up, which she denied. The deputy advised them to follow the instructions of the Salineville Police Department and report the incident to them when an officer is on duty.
– Eric Cline, Harijune, Minerva, reported Sunday having problems with a child visitation issue.
– Seth Berresford, state Route 170, Negley, reported at 10 a.m. Monday he was inside his home when he heard a vehicle pull in his driveway and then heard a male voice talking to his inside dogs and then begin jiggling the door knob to his locked bedroom door. Berresford grabbed a 9 mm handgun and exited his bedroom only to find a person later identified as Glen Fulton in his kitchen. Fulton had entered through a window and yelled for Berresford not to shoot him. Fulton fled but returned to retrieve his car keys before running outside again. Meanwhile, Berresford fired two shots into an embankment to get Fulton to stop but he continued on. An arrest warrant for burglary was issued against Fulton.
– Bethany Shelton, Main Street, East Rochester, reported her daughter was involved in a domestic dispute with a male at his residence on Bayard Road at 1:54 p.m. Sunday. A deputy arrived and spoke to the daughter, who said she and the male had been arguing but no threats were made, nor was anyone assaulted.
– Naomi Mattern, Hammond School Road, Wellsville, reported her mailbox was blown up about 2 a.m. Sunday.
– Amanda Jett, Canal Street, East Rochester, wanted Danny Hartshorne removed from the residence at 5:49 p.m. Monday because he was there arguing with his brother over property taxes. Hartshorne left before the deputy arrived. The deputy called him and told him not to return.
– Patricia Potts, 18th Street Heights, Wellsville, reported at 5 p.m. Monday William Watson showed up wanting paperwork from a vehicle in their garage and he knows the vehicle is tied up in probate court. Watson, who is from Clyde, was told Potts did not want him on her property and he needed to speak with his attorney.
– A loud music complaint was received on West Main Street, Salineville, at 3:30 a.m. Tuesday, but the caller called back to say the music had been turned down.
– Deputies were called to a domestic dispute at the Butler Mobile Home Park, U.S. Route 62, Salem, at 12:15 a.m. Tuesday, resulting in the arrest of Lance M. Morris for assault after allegedly assaulting Melissa Doyle. Morris reportedly pushed her around and then dragged her outside and began banging her head off the ground. Doyle managed to break free and lock Morrow out of the trailer.
– Jessica Scary, Bayard Road, Minerva, reported Monday a German shepherd from the neighborhood has been chewing holes in her fence.
-Warren Petre, state Route 558, New Waterford, reported Monday receiving a call from someone claiming to be with the IRS and telling him he owed the IRS $3,154. Petre provided no information and then he received a call from someone claiming to be with the New Waterford Police Department and telling him he owed the money. Petre called the police department and was told no one there had called him.
– Deputies were called to Ridgeview Drive, Hanoverton, at 4:46 p.m. Monday in regard to a boy concerned about his mother driving around while intoxicated. After deputies arrived, the mother, Jennifer L. Morris, was brought to the scene by a person who had gone looking for her. Morris, 39, refused to calm down after repeated requests to do so and kept using profanity, some of which was directed at the deputies. At this point, Morris was arrested for disorderly conduct, but then she allegedly propositioned the deputies and began making other sexual comments to them. Once at the county jail she reportedly began twerking against the outside of a sheriff’s cruiser before being handed off to a female corrections officer.
– A person from North Carolina called at 6 p.m. Wednesday to ask they check on the well being of a friend he had not heard from in a year. A deputy went to the person’s residence on state Route 9, near the old IGA in Kensington, and spoke with the man’s wife, who said he was sleeping but she would wake him if the deputy wanted, and the grandchildren who were there also confirmed everything was fine. The deputy said that would not be necessary.
– Cheyene Elwonger, Camelot Drive, Columbiana, reported Tuesday receiving harassing calls from an unknown male.
– Deputies found a stolen ATV while assisting the county Drug Task Force in serving a search warrant on a home on Johnson Road, Madison Township, at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday. The ATV was stolen from London, Ontario.
– Dennis Stowe, Hartley Road, Salem, reported at 11 p.m. Wednesday a green Ford Ranger and a light-colored Chevrolet were sitting next to his barn, but they left prior to the deputy’s arrival. Stowe said this was the second time that night the vehicles were on his property.
– Millard Hicks, Brown Street, Lisbon, called with a trespassing complaint at 10:51 p.m. Wednesday. Deputies arrived to speak with a woman who said her boyfriend and father had been drinking when things got out of hand. They left prior to the deputies’ arrival and she declined to identify either of them or give a statement.
– Bud Wasmire called in regard to a dispute on Hartley Road, Alliance, at 6 p.m. Wednesday. Deputies spoke with Kevin Wasmire, who said Melissa Boyle is renting the upstairs of the home and he gave her an eviction letter and wants her out. Wasmire was told he needed to go through the courts to obtain a proper eviction notice.
– Janet Elliott, Shining Tree Lane, Salem, reported Wednesday her SUV was struck by a golf cart operated by Constance Ferris of Taylor Falls, Minn. This occurred in the Copeland Hills Golf Course parking lot.
– Apryl Heck, state Route 517, Columbiana, Wednesday three guns were stolen from her home, but there was no sign of forced entry.