– Karen Kuhlman, Georgetown Road, Homeworth, reported at 11:43 a.m. Friday she has been receiving phone calls from someone asking for her credit card numbers and insisting they want to save her money. She called back the local numbers that appeared on her caller ID, but they were disconnected.
– Mike Dunlap, West School Street, East Rochester, reported at 8:05 p.m. Tuesday a man is making a lot of noise, riding an ATV past his home on West School Street and keeping Dunlap’s newborn baby awake. Deputies went to speak to the man, telling him to stop riding his ATV on the roadway.
– Betty Barkley, state Route 14, New Waterford, reported at 6:15 p.m. Tuesday a man came to her home claiming to be from the gas and oil company. The man, described as a dark-skinned white man with black hair, got her to come outside to show him the boundary lines of her property. When she went back inside after he left she found two of her locked bedroom doors pried open. Nothing was missing.
– Ken Gallagher, Lower Elkton Road, Lisbon, reported at 5:45 p.m. Tuesday he was contacted by Jim Severs at the Plus Cycle Shop of state Route 154. Severs told Gallagher a man claiming to Gallagher has been calling him for the last month wanting to lower his credit card bills. Gallagher’s name and number are showing up on Severs’ caller ID.
– Richard Fisher, Wildwood Acres Lot 1, Lisbon, reported at 3:44 p.m. July 22 he needed someone removed. Deputies spoke to Joe Caughey and Jamie Payton. Payton said she went to court and her ex-husband, Freeman Payton did not bring her children to meet her at the McDonald’s in Chester, W.Va., so they came to get her children. Jamie Payton said they got into an argument with her ex-husband’s brother, Fisher, about the custody of the children. Fisher told deputies he is watching the children while Freeman was at work and has had problems with Caughey in the past, so he wanted him off his property. Deputies told them to leave and contact the courts about custody issues with the children.
– Angela Veglia, Dyke Road, Negley, reported Monday having problems with Glenn Collins after he called to make arrangements to retrieve his personal belongings. She said they argued some and then he left.
– Richard Springer, Opal Drive, Wellsville, reported Monday that Ed Wright came to his work place to tell him their ex-girlfriend might do something to Springer’s house.
– Allen Roush reported there was a suspicious light purple Grand Am parked on Foundry Hill Road between Walnut Ridge and Hull roads in Washington Township at 5:29 p.m. Monday. A deputy searched the area but did not come across the vehicle.
– Tim Hamon reported finding the garage door as well as the front door open at a residence on Hartley Road, Alliance, at 12:13 p.m. Monday. The deputy checked the residence but did not find anyone inside and then secured the premise as best he could.
– A woman on state Route 172, Minerva, reported Monday receiving a threatening text message from an unknown number.
– Frank Burchik, U.S. Route 30, Kensington, reported at 8:05 p.m. Sunday he noticed someone had used his prepaid credit card from Walmart. On July 24 a purchase was made at Mario’s Fresh Market in Chicago for 81 cents and in Renton, Washington, at Convergence Blu for $58.95. Then on July 25 someone used his card twice at a Walgreen in Bloomingdale, Ill., for $35. Additionally, there were three transactions at Meijer Market in Bloomingdale, Ill., two for about $36 and one for $57.
– Glenn Whiteleather, Bayard Road, Minerva, reported at 9:57 p.m. Sunday on Friday night he saw a late 1990s model brown or light gold Jeep Grand Cherokee with the first three letters of the license plate being either GFD or GFP driving around in his area. The next morning he noticed two 12-volt batteries missing from a large track hoe sitting along the road on his property.
– A truck was reportedly driving erratically at the Mile Branch Grange Fair at 10:13 p.m. Saturday. Steve Swaggard, a fair trustee, told deputies a silver truck had begun to peel out and then began spinning around. A second truck sitting in the path of the spinning truck made it stop. When the deputy arrived a large mob of people was yelling at the people in the silver truck and a passenger window was broken out. People claimed there was a young girl who was nearly hit when the vehicle was spinning toward her. The driver of the truck was David Blair of Georgia, and his two friends Caleb and Ethan Troyer were also inside. Blair said he and his friends were being harassed by a group of drunk people while walking to their vehicle and they took off in the vehicle to get away from them. That is when the truck spun, people began to chase them and hit his truck. He claimed someone grabbed him and began to choke him. The matter was sent to the prosecutor’s office.
– Dennis Dotson, Steubenville Pike, Lisbon, reported at 11:06 p.m. Saturday he went to Jason Short’s home to pick up his girlfriend and when he walked in, Short and some man named Tex hit him in the mouth. The matter is under investigation.
– Keven Whitehead, Low Road, Lisbon, reported a Jennings .22-caliber semi automatic pistol missing from a Crestview Road home. He last saw the weapon in 2013 and noticed it missing on Friday.
– Gary Davison, Foundry Hill Road, Hanoverton, reported at 7:16 a.m. Friday a truckload of different scrap metals was taken from his yard. Some of the scrap was in oval-shaped buckets.
– Mary Sosack, 16 School Road, Wellsville, reported at 1:50 a.m. July 19 someone has been driving their car in her yard, causing heavy amounts of damage. At 1:32 a.m. she saw a car come into her yard and spin about. She went out, was nearly struck by the vehicle and got the vehicle’s license plate. Deputies went to the home of the vehicle’s owner and found it sitting with fresh grass on the wheels and front bumper. A 15-year-old boy came to the door and deputies asked for his grandmother, the owner of the vehicle. The boy admitted he and his two friends took the vehicle. He drove and they were the passengers while he went through the yard. Deputies told the boys, ages 15 and 16, they would all be cited into juvenile court.
– Ervin Miller, Carmel Achor Road, Rogers, reported at 3:04 p.m. Saturday they are fixing up the home to move in. Two weeks ago he was in the house and found someone took wiring from the house. When he returned on Saturday he found most of the windows broken out and someone wrote an obscenity on a wall. He asked for extra watch on the home due to him being Amish and not having a phone.
– Corey Bartley, Ridgeleigh Drive, Minerva, reported he and his wife are separated and a family member alerted him his children ages 12 and 8 left home while their mother was at work. The mother, Claudia Bartley, claimed her husband was only doing this to cause trouble and she believes the children are mature enough to be home alone for a while. Both the mother and children have a protection order against the father, so deputies only told him the children are fine.
– Jack Amato, Old Irondale Road, reported at 8:20 a.m. Sunday multiple people have been riding ATVs and camping on his property. Deputies checked the area, but did not find anyone.
– James Skeens, McKee Road, Wellsville, reported an abandoned vehicle on the road at 8:28 a.m. Sunday, but the vehicle had been moved before deputies arrived.
– Ty Tomlinson, Butler Grange Road, Salem, was concerned at 11:42 a.m. Sunday about his daughter, home from Akron University for the summer causing problems at home. Deputies explained it is a civil matter.
– Lynn Filippini, state Route 170, East Palestine, reported at 11:32 a.m. Sunday while she was in the Negley United Methodist Church, someone broke out the rear passenger’s side vent window on her 2000 Pontiac Grand Am. She could not find a rock or anything inside the back seat of the car. She was parked in the back of the church in the last parking spot.
– Kathy Show, Desellem Road, Lisbon, reported at 7:50 p.m. Thursday her son threw things around her house and broke the storm door. She also believed her son and his friend stole a Dewalt Radial Arm Saw from the home. Her son reportedly told her he took it to Prestige Pawn in Chester, W.Va. and got $30 for it. He also asked her for $20 and when she refused he began to tear up the house. Then he took a new, 18-inch Poulan Chainsaw and left.
– Deputies attempted to check on two people at a home on Salem-Alliance Road for an employee of Family Recovery at 3:54 p.m. Thursday. The neighbor told deputies they had moved to Salem, but she did not know where.
– Venita Tschappatt, Clewell Drive, Lisbon, reported at 8:23 p.m. Thursday she recently broke up with her boyfriend, but he continues to call and text her. Deputies left him a message requesting he stop.
– Rudy Cyphert, Spillway Road, Lisbon, reported at 4 p.m. Thursday someone broke off several pieces of his wooden fence. He was unsure when it happened.
– Jessy Castelucci, U.S. Route 62, Salem, reported a man cursing at everyone in the trailer park and taunting them to fight. Deputies found Anthony Farland, 49, who lives in a trailer on lot 201, and appeared very intoxicated. Deputies tried to explain to him this was the second week in a row they were called there for the same behavior, adding he needed to go inside and remain there. About five minutes later, deputies saw him come back out and start yelling and cursing again. He was charged with disorderly conduct and taken to the county jail.
– A domestic argument was reported in the area of Camp Boulevard at 10:19 p.m. Thursday. Deputies spoke to Sarah Weddell, who said her parents were arguing earlier and her mother left. Deputies checked the area for both the mother and father, but neither were still around.
– Denise Hays, Wellsville Avenue, Lisbon, reported at 10:08 p.m. Thursday a man she knows has been driving around the neighborhood recklessly, and she asked him to slow down. The man reported cursed at her and threatened her if she did not be quiet about it. Deputies told her to avoid him and contact them if he is driving recklessly again.
– Melody DeWitt, Lusk Lock Road, Lisbon, reported at 11:04 p.m. Thursday she applied for a job with Gaston Roberts on the Ohio Means Jobs website. The company is supposed to be in Leetonia. After applying she heard from a company, the Shumaker Group, which set up a chat session with her via Yahoo Messenger. After chatting with them, she was told they would send her a check in the mail to purchase the computer equipment she needed for the job. She started researching the company and learned someone has been using the company name Shumaker Group as a scam. She was advised her to contact local police.
– Anthony Brletich, Glasgow Road, reported someone stole two tires and rims from his driveway.
– Tracy Van Giesen, Hunter Camp Road, Lisbon, reported Wednesday she has been trying to remove a trailer from property on Bye Road but the owners of the property will not allow her on the property to take it. Deputies spoke to property owners Beverly and Donald Sokoloski, who said they had signed over the trailer to Van Giesen awhile back with the understanding that she would remove it. They said their new trailer is to be delivered on Thursday and she had had long enough to remove the old one, so they had gone to the title department and filed for a new title and would do what they needed to do to remove the old one.
– Violet Mellon, Roller Coaster Road, reported Tuesday the passenger’s side front window was broken out of her pickup truck while the truck was parked on the patio at her home. She told deputies this is the fifth time in the past two months she has had a problem, with drilled out gas tanks and broken windows also occurring.
– Sally Morgan, Saint Jacob-Logtown Road, Lisbon, reported Tuesday she received a phone message stating she owed money to the Internal Revenue Service. She learned through the IRS fraud page that this is a nation-wide scam.
– Deputies were asked by officials of the East Liverpool Veterans Clinic to conduct a welfare check on a resident of Pine Hollow Road in Rogers on Tuesday, due to a suicide threat. They arrived at the home and were advised by the man’s sister-in-law he had been there 15 minutes earlier, picked up some things from his camper and left. They checked some areas the man is known to frequent, but he could not be found.
– Linda Grate, McCracken Road, Salem, reported Wednesday she was outside with her goats and a neighbor stood on his fence, shook his fist at her and yelled at her in a threatening manner. She asked for a report to be on file.
– Shane Thompson, Grant Street, Lisbon, reported Tuesday two of his roommates were threatening to kill him as one held a machete. His roommates, Alisa Groff and Justin Wallace, told deputies that Thompson was the one with the machete who threatened to kill Wallace after an argument ensued because both men believed they were going to marry Groff. Thompson’s mother came to pick him up, and information was forwarded to the prosecutor for review.
– Jason Crawford, state Route 154, Negley, reported Tuesday he had argued with a man who has been staying in his garage the past two months and he wanted the man to leave for the night. Crawford was advised of the eviction procedure, and deputies talked with the other man, who agreed to leave voluntarily the next day.
– Gina Smith, Salineville, reported she let a man use her van to take a woman home and he was concerned because it had not been returned and that she knew neither the man nor woman has a valid driver’s license. She later called to report the van had been returned.
– Deputies responded to Edwards Circle, Columbiana, where Alexander Sage complained that his father, Anson, shoved him to the floor. His father told deputies there was an argument about his son turning 21 years old at midnight and wanting him to bring beer home, which he refused to allow. The elder Sage said his son “flipped out” and clenched his fist as though to strike him, so he grabbed his son and placed him on the floor, advising him to calm down. The younger Sage said he was thrown on the floor. Deputies spoke to both men and an understanding was reached.
– Deputies responded to an accident scene Tuesday at Buffalo Road where Virginia Mills, address not listed, reportedly said her boyfriend had assaulted her the previous day. She told deputies she was afraid he was going to harm her again that day so that was why she was driving while intoxicated. She was advised to contact the department the next day to make a statement.
– Duane Oyster, Buck Road, Alliance, reported Tuesday he returned home to find the front door open and the window broken out. Missing were a pill bottle filled with quarters, laptop and a tool box with tools.
– Larry Landsberger, Depot Road, Salem, reported his ex-wife will not stop calling him and asked a deputy to contact her. A deputy left her a message.
– Karen Painter, Roberts Road, Lisbon, reported Tuesday that her mother’s neighbors on Shady Lane in Lisbon have an extension cord running to her mother’s trailer and asked deputies to disconnect it. Deputies found no such extension cord and, in speaking to the man living next door, were told that a cord lying in the yard is from an old utility pole that had been removed and replaced.
– Heather Earl, Edward Circle, Columbiana, reported Monday she was speaking with her ex-husband on the telephone about custody issues involving their child when her husband’s current wife picked up the phone and threatened to kill her. Mr. Earl’s current wife, Ashley, told deputies that she heard his ex-wife referring to her “retarded kids” and she did take the phone. Her children are autistic, she advised deputies. The current Mrs. Earl was advised to have no contact with the former Mrs. Earl.
– A girl from Tower Road, Salem, told deputies she saw a man she knows pull his truck toward the road and pull a dog from the truck and begin beating it. Her sister said the man had a gun and was going to shoot the dog, and the girl began running toward the truck to help the dog, but her sister and great-grandmother stopped her for fear she, too, would be shot. The man then shot at the dog, which ran across the road toward its home. A deputy spoke to Gary Felty, address not listed, who the deputy said was intoxicated, who denied seeing or shooting at a dog. He was advised by the deputy that, if he has a problem with dogs running loose, he is to contact the dog warden. The deputy went to Carey Road and spoke to Jeff Karlen, the dog’s owner, who checked and found the dog’s electric collar was missing. He told the deputy the dog was fine but does have a bad ear infection from which it cries when it scratches its ear.
– David Trimble, Orchard Knoll, Hanoverton, reported his wife threw a remote, striking him above the eye. After speaking to both parties, Mrs. Trimble agreed to stay with her daughter for the night, and both signed a refusal to prosecute.
– Thomas Altenhof, state Route 172, Hanoverton, reported Sunday he leases his property to Chesapeake and now he has company workers staying on his property, which is not stated in his lease. He wanted a deputy to make the workers leave his property, but the deputy advised Altenhof he would need to speak with his attorney to determine if that is a violation of his lease. Altenhof told the deputy that the sheriff’s office is being “paid off” by Chesapeake due to the company having purchased a vehicle for the sheriff’s office. The deputy advised this is not the case and reiterated the need for Altenhof to have the matter looked at by someone who handles leases.
– Terry Blickensderfer, trustee of Reading Church of the Brethren, Georgetown Road, Homeworth, reported Sunday he church was entered and a coffee pot and storage container were taken. The person also sat in a chair and looked at church music, he reported. Blickensderfer told deputies someone tried to get into the church on Friday and he had noticed a red Ford pickup in the parking lot.
– Evelyn Koch, Dutchtown School Road, Rogers, reported a person unknown to her knocked on her door, asking if she had a place to rent, saying he was looking for a place for his parents to live. He gave his name as Russell Lightner and was driving a red truck. Koch thought this incident was suspicious and wanted a report on file.
– Cynthia Blauzh, Depot Road, Lisbon, reported Monday her 7-year-old stepson being unruly and not listening to her and asked for a deputy to speak to him. A deputy spoke to the boy, who apologized, saying it wouldn’t happen again.
– A suspicious male was reported sitting in a vehicle at Knox Elementary School Monday, with the caller saying he had been sitting in a van with all the doors open for more than five hours. Deputies did not find the van in the school lot or surrounding area.
– Deputies responded at 12:30 a.m. Monday to Lotze Drive in East Palestine in regard to an assault and a firearm. They reported finding Alfred L. Wittenauer inside his vehicle and, with East Palestine police officers, learned that there had been no assault between him and his ex-tenant Candice DeLaroza. DeLaroza and her teenage son told officers Wittenauer confronted them as they were moving belongings from the home, saying he had a firearm and threatened to blow out their brains. Deputies reported seeing no firearm. DeLaroza reported Wittenauer also grabbed, choked and slapped her. When deputies spoke again to Wittenauer, and placed handcuffs on him due to the alleged assault, he began complaining of chest pains, and East Palestine EMS was summoned, transporting him to St. Elizabeth in Boardman. During the incident, deputies additionally reported, Wittenauer’s daughter Valerie Rockenberger, began to yell and carry one, interrupting and disrupting their investigation. She reportedly shoved her phone in their faces and bombarded them with questions, also calling attorney James Hartford and demanding that a deputy speak with him, which he declined to do. Rockenberger was taken into custody and taken to the county jail, although her charge was not specified on the report.
– Sandy Davis, Lower Elkton Road, Columbiana, reported Friday someone broke into her residence by kicking in a man door on the garage. Several items of jewelry and a television were taken.
– Perry Surmaceviz, Lisbon Road, Leetonia, reported having problems with his ex-wife in regard to child custody issues, also saying she had made a threat to him. He was advised if he was not given his children for visitation it would be a civil matter and also advised the process for obtaining a protection order.
– Kathryn Altiri, 11th Street, Lisbon, reported that, while she was at Rogers Community Auction, someone hit the rear of her father’s car, denting it. A note was left, and she called the person who returned to the vehicle so they could exchange information. The other driver, Hazel Martin, Steubenville, also called the sheriff’s department to advise that she had struck Altiri’s vehicle and gave her insurance information.
– Deputies responded Thursday to a Buffalo Road, Kensington residence for a noise complaint but found no loud music upon arrival. They had the complainant and the alleged offender talk, with an agreement reached that a text would be sent when the complainant thought the music was too loud so the offender could turn it down.
– Jeremy Smith, Farr Street, Rogers, reported a man he knows threatened to burn down his house and take his son. Deputies tried several times to reach Smith by phone, to no avail.
– Deputies responded Friday night to Buck Road in Alliance for a domestic situation where they spoke with Sharon Ginetti, who said she and her husband had a verbal argument and he began to break things in their home. They reported seeing a window broken and an overturned table. Ginetti signed a refusal to file charges.
– Bob Young, Bay View, Beloit, reported his driveway was blocked by a neighbor, but deputies checked the situation and determined Young had room to exit his driveway. The neighbor, Terry Schaffhauser, agreed to voluntarily move his vehicle. Both were advised to contact their attorneys and township trustees about this on-going civil issue.
– Deputies were sent Saturday night to the Cross Eyed Moose on Main Street in Homeworth for a fight, where they were advised no fight had taken place.
– Debbie Riesen, Buck Road, reported a 20-gauge shotgun missing from her home, and Jack Worley, who lives at a different residence on the same property, reported a 12-gauge shotgun missing from his gun rack. Both believe they know who took the guns, according to deputies.
– Paul Sommers, a trustee at Christian Fellowship Church, Rochester Road, East Rochester, reported Saturday the church was entered by forcing open a window. Doors inside the church were also damaged by being forced open. The only item known to be missing was a dehumidifier.
– Deputies responded Friday afternoon to the home of James Griffith, U.S. Route 30, Minerva, where an ambulance had already transported Griffith to Mercy Hospital for unknown injuries. Deputies found a tractor with a brush hog attached which had broken through a garage door and appeared to have continued running after striking the door due to ground underneath the wheel being disturbed and a tire digging into the gravel.
– Responding to Butler Mobile Home Park, U.S. Route 62, Salem, deputies spoke with the manager, who reported two people were engaged in an argument and one began yelling at people in the park. Deputies spoke to a woman who said one of the men was drunk so she left so he would go to bed and she did not want to report anything.
– Sandy Davis, Lower Elkton Road, Columbiana, reported at 11:46 a.m. Friday someone broke into her residence while she was away and stole several items of jewelry and a television.
– Kathryn Altiri, 11th Street, Lisbon, reported at 1:59 p.m. Friday that Hazel Martin, Steubenville, hit the left rear fender of her vehicle at the Rogers Sale and made a dent. Martin left Altiri a note, and the two met in the parking lot to exchange information.
– Perry Surmaceviz, Lisbon Road, Leetonia, reported at 1:20 p.m. Friday his ex-wife, Jamie McFarland, would not allow Surmaceviz to have the children for the weekend despite a prior agreement to do so, and that McFarland also accused Surmaceviz of being controlling. An officer advised him this is a civil issue and to contact an attorney.
– April Steer, Hawkins Road, New Waterford, reported at 9:30 a.m. Thursday a rear door was open at a vacant home on Bentwood in New Waterford. Deputies searched and found no one inside, but it appeared someone may have been staying there recently. According to Steer, the home has been vacant for about a year.
– Renee Snyder, state Route 14, East Palestine, reported a burglary at 3:16 p.m. Saturday, but deputies were unable to contact anyone at the home later that day. On Wednesday, Barbara Smith of Youngstown called deputies to say she has the power of attorney for her brother and Snyder has been living in his home, but is supposed to be moving out. Smith was concerned because Snyder took not only her things but some of Smith’s brother’s things too. The new landlord also had told Smith that both Snyder and a man were there taking tools on Wednesday even though the house has been secured. Later on Wednesday, Dennis Dotson called deputies to report he has been helping Snyder move her belongings out and the new landlord had screwed boards over the doors and windows to keep them out. He also claimed Snyder has an agreement with Smith’s brother allowing her to take whatever she wants.
– Stacy Cureington, Ridge Road, Minerva, reported at 7:18 p.m. Wednesday, Phillip Litchfield and Robert Kirven came to his home and started yelling. Tara Cureington tried to get them to leave, but they refused and reportedly began making threats to get guns and kill Stacy Cureington. Both men were taken into custody at the Minerva police station and charged with aggravated menacing.
– Michelle Meuche, Canton, reported at 6:02 p.m. Wednesday a woman was being held at a Scott Drive, Alliance, home against her will. Deputies spoke to a man at the home, who said the woman had been there but had already left with a friend. He also showed deputies a text message from her showing she had left.
-A deputy was called to the Sunrise Trailer Park on Frances Drive, Wellsville, at 12:34 a.m. Tuesday, where Tammy Merriman reported her roommate, Nicholas Decanio, had been drinking and was being loud. Both said there was no argument, although a window was found broken, but Decanio said it broke because it was off the tracks.
– Dave Butcher, 12th Street, Wellsville, reported Monday being struck in the nose by his stepfather while they were riding in a vehicle. The incident occurred around West Point Trucking and Butcher just wanted a report on file.
– Billy Brown, Endley Road, Lisbon, reported Monday being hit in the face by an unknown male with a ponytail while walking on Steubenville Pike in Center Township. The incident was witnessed by Jessica Coil, who said she broke up the fight. The other person was identified as Homer Carnes, and Coil said Brown struck Carnes after he made a disparaging remark to Brown, and that Carnes defended himself. Brown and Carnes were both found to be drunk, and Carnes declined to pursue charges.
– Haan Phelps reported Monday the Bethel United Church on Buck Road, Beloit, was broken into through a basement window. A safe was stolen.
– A deputy received a report of a suspicious person at the Rogers post office at 11:50 p.m. Sunday. The deputy found a man resting and warming his hands before continuing on his way.
-A loud music complaint was received for Sunset Drive, Hanover Township, at midnight June 20. The homeowner agreed to turn down the music.
– The sheriff’s office was asked to perform a welfare check on someone living on Taylor Road, Middleton Township, at 10:25 p.m. June 23. The deputy spoke to the resident, who said he was fine.
– Nancy Germanovich, state Route 45, Elkrun Township, reported at 6:41 p.m. Saturday a semi-trailer driven by Courtney Carpenter of Falcon Trucking became stuck in her yard and left numerous ruts while trying to get out. Germanovich just wanted a report on file in case Falcon did not take care of the damage.
– The sheriff’s department was asked to perform a welfare check at a home on Hartley Road, Knox Township, at noon Monday. The sheriff’s office determined the person, Kevin Wasmire, now lived in Alliance and asked police there to check on him. This occurred after Wasmire’s ex-wife reported he was supposed to report to the county jail to begin serving a 10-day sentence and that he had been following her from court in Lisbon on state Route 172. Ms. Wasmire called the sheriff’s office, which directed her to come to the jail, and when she turned onto the road he kept on going. Ms. Wasmire said he resumed following her after she left but she later managed to lose him.
– Glenn Wickersham, state Route 164, Lisbon, reported Monday being involved in a property dispute with his neighbor, Ross Halstead. Wickersham was advised he should have the property surveyed to settle the dispute.
– Lisa Kinsey, Mahoning Avenue, Homeworth, reported Monday some medication was stolen from her home. Kinsey said in April she and her husband took in a man because he was homeless. He was only supposed to stay for three weeks but it turned into three months, and they asked him to leave. Afterward, they discovered their percocet and vicodin medications were missing.
– Nelson Rodriquez, Elyria, reported at 9:43 a.m. Friday he purchased some items at the Rogers Sale and his wife went to move the vehicle to a closer parking space. He was standing in the space, waiting for his wife to get back, when a man driving a black Ford pickup struck him from behind. The two had words and the man got out of the pickup wanting to fight. Deputies found the vehicle registration belongs to Scott F. Okey of Massillon and are attempting to talk to him to see who was driving his truck and what happened from his prospective.
– David Strawn, Slater Road, Salem, reported at 9:16 a.m. Friday between 11:30 p.m. and 1:30 a.m. someone damaged his mailbox and the post.
– Bev Shepard, state Route 558, Leetonia, reported at 9:23 a.m. Friday someone left her neighbor’s home in a pickup at about 9:30 p.m. Thursday. Her husband Don found the storm door of the house standing open Friday morning and looked further to find the back door had been forced open. The drawers in the bedrooms were searched through by someone. The owner of the home is in a nursing facility at this time.
– Darrell Metzger, Stephen Drive, Minerva, reported at 11:50 a.m. Friday they are having an ongoing problem with their granddaughter’s father when he comes to the house to pick up the child for visitation. Friday, he reportedly pulled into the driveway and Metzger’s dog barked at him, but was called away. The father then reportedly began yelling obscenities toward Metzger’s wife, threatened to harm Metzger and yelled at Metzger’s mother.
– A combative man was reported at 12:25 p.m. Friday at Kaleidoscope on Peace Valley Road, East Palestine. Staff reportedly had to restrain him several times. He was transported by New Waterford EMS to St. Elizabeth’s Hospital in Youngstown. No charges were filed. He was placed at Kaleidoscope by Cuyahoga County.
– Alice Crawford, Kurtz Road, Minerva, reported at 3:45 p.m. Friday someone purposely ran over her small dog.
– Vivian Ryan, Case Road, Beloit, reported at 5:55 p.m. Friday a domestic dispute at a Lake Front Drive home. Deputies spoke to Michele Morrow, who said her boyfriend, Allen Reed, came home very intoxicated and began breaking things. Deputies tried to speak with him but he was too intoxicated. He got into a deputy’s face and was taken to the ground, handcuffed and taken to the county jail.
– Charlene Makowiecki, Pancake Clarkson Road, Negley, reported a domestic dispute at 9:22 p.m. Saturday. She said when she came home, her roommate came outside very angry and struck her vehicle at least three times with a metal crowbar. Robbie Angus, Pancake Clarkson Road, was charged with criminal damaging.
– Shivon Goodwin, North Street, Salineville, reported at 12:38 a.m. Sunday when she came back from getting cigarettes she found Craig Mayhew, 41, was upstairs overdosing on heroin. Tri-County EMS was able to awaken him and he was transported to East Liverpool City Hospital for treatment. Deputies found a syringe and spoon with residue in it and Mayhew reportedly admitted he just used heroin.
– Richard Richards, West Seventh Street, Salem, reported at 3:24 a.m. Sunday medication was stolen from him while he was camping at Westville Lake.
– Valerie Bowers, Walnut Street, Rogers, reported at 6:50 a.m. Friday she and her boyfriend were arguing and he pushed her. She did not want him charged. Deputies spoke to the boyfriend at work, who claimed she was pushing him and wanted the keys to his vehicle, but he would not allow it. He pushed her away and left for work.
– Linda McVey, no address listed, reported her 13-year-old grandson was assaulted by his stepfather, Gary Holloway Jr. Deputies spoke to the boy, who said Holloway punched him in the face. He had notable swelling around his eye and was taken by KLG to Salem Regional Medical Center. Holloway, 50, Brookfield Avenue, Lisbon, was charged with domestic violence.
– Alice Bardo, Center Avenue, Lisbon, reported at 11:01 p.m. Sunday she was receiving harassing phone calls from someone she knows, who called her three times. He threatened to make her husband lose his job, call Children Services on them and then to have two people beat her husband’s head in.
– Michael Dunlap, West School Street, East Rochester, reported a man he knows was intoxicated and making threats. The other man reportedly said he can forgive but not forget and warned Dunlap he has one coming. Deputies called the other man and left a voicemail warning him to cease.
– Jeremy Townsend, Elwonger Road, East Palestine, reported at 7:54 p.m. Sunday at he and Felicia Benton learned Shane Gillespie was at Benton’s home and had made threats to kill Townsend. Near the house, Gillespie reportedly jumped into the road holding a knife between 12 and 16 inches long, causing her to swerve around him. They safely reached the home and his father called deputies. Benton’s small children were reportedly in the vehicle when this occurred.
– Angie Inglegue, Buckeye Road, Lisbon, reported at 5:42 p.m. Sunday someone took four BF Goodwrench tires and aluminum Chevy rims from her property. A vehicle was also entered and change was taken. A family member watching the house told her they noticed a white truck and blue car, which drove by the house.
– Stacey Mills, Taylor Road, Negley, reported at 4:01 p.m. Sunday she and her boyfriend received threatening text messages including threats that someone was going to shoot her dog and the house.
– Jeanette Goebeler, state Route 172, Minerva, reported at 2:51 p.m. Saturday she was receiving harassing phone calls and text messages from Ashley Archibald, and that the harassment started over a call of domestic violence from a few days ago. Goebeler further reported she needed the vehicle that was titled to her and her ex-boyfriend Sam French. A deputy told her the vehicle was a civil matter and then spoke with Archibald, who reported that she and Goebeler both have children with French and that she was calling Archibald to help her and give her advice but the communication turned into an argument. The deputy told Archibald to have no further contact with Goebeler.
– Walter Newton, state Route 558, Leetonia, reported at 12:22 p.m. Sunday someone broke out the glass to the rear door on the north side of his home and entered the home and took a large jewelry box containing an undetermined amount of old coins and jewelry.
– Wynonna Adams, Buffalo Road, Kensington, reported at 10:59 a.m. Sunday she believes her previous tenant, Jamie Jenkins, had shot the man door to the garage and a satellite dish on the roof of the property he and his family were renting on Buffalo Road. The deputy told Adams the matter was civil and she would need to contact the courts. Her husband George Adams then reported they had a contract with the tenant and that in the contract it stated if the rent was not paid, which was about $5,000 worth, then the tenants could have to vacate the property, and that an eviction notice was on file with the county clerk’s office. The deputy also told him the matter was civil.
– Sara Eason, Grant Street, Lisbon, reported at 11 a.m. Sunday she had an argument with her mother, Rachel Eason, and then went to her neighbor’s house to calm down and that while there the neighbor, Laurie Henderson, shoved her in the back and shouted at her to get off her property. A deputy spoke with Henderson, who reported that she and Sara Eason got into an argument and Eason began tearing up her house so she left and went up the road to her boyfriend’s house to calm down. Sara Eason then volunteered to go to the Salem hospital with KLG Ambulance.
– A deputy was called to 49219 Taylor Road, Negley, at 9:30 p.m. Saturday for a report that a man was missing. The deputy spoke with members of the Negley Volunteer Fire Department who were trying to find the man, identified as Henry Davison, and he was later found pulling out of a driveway and there were no problems.
– Phillip Faulkner, Y&O Road, Lisbon, reported at 9:55 p.m. Sunday on July 4 he had noticed the rear door of his home had some molding around the window broken and the door knob had been partially dented with what appeared to be dried blood smeared on the lower half of the door with multiple scratch marks.
Faulkner further reported that he noticed on Sunday the front window screen had been torn off and dented with more blood smeared on the sides of the screen where the metal frame was dented and broke. A deputy spoke with Scott Angelo, a wildlife officer supervisor with the Ohio Department of Natural Resources, about the marks on the door and screen to see if they came from an animal.
– Danielle McIntosh, Georgetown Road, Homeworth, reported at 10:16 a.m. Saturday she is getting harassing texts and calls from a woman named Diamond, who is dating McIntosh’s ex-husband, Thomas McIntosh.
-Robert Marshall, state Route 172, Lisbon, reported at 10:39 a.m. Thursday some ammunition for two guns, a .380 automatic and .45 caliber, went missing. He said he fell asleep after taking his medication around 10 a.m. and recalled seeing someone enter the house, but couldn’t wake up enough to determine who entered.
– Beatrice Miracle, Gavers Road, Hanoverton, reported at 12:35 p.m. Thursday an unknown person damaged the driver’s side rear door and rear fender of her 2012 Ford Fusion in the parking lot of Hull’s Super Duper in New Garden while she was shopping. She said there was a gold Jeep Wrangler parked nearby, and it was gone when she left the building.
-Rose Hunter, Taylor Road, Negley, reported at 1:48 p.m. Thursday juveniles were tampering with mail.
-Dionna Meade, Blair Road, Salineville, reported at 5:01 p.m. Thursday damage to her 2004 Mazda on the driver’s door and window. Meade said her brother, Dennis Roberts, hit her car after he was upset that items were removed from the property. She then said a neighbor noticed him driving recklessly through the yard, but not hit the car. No visible damage was reported on Roberts’ truck.
– A Columbiana woman reported at 8:40 p.m. Thursday her 15-year-old daughter was unruly and would not enter the house on Kirk Road. The girl, who just returned from Belmont Pines, said she would not go inside and feared for her safety. The girl’s foster father said she is troubled and no harm comes to her. After a deputy asked the girl to go inside, she reportedly said she would hurt herself if she was touched. She was pink-slipped and taken to a hospital for evaluation.
-Marion Martin, Fairfield School Road, Columbiana, reported at 11:21 p.m. Thursday a disturbance at a neighbor’s house. A deputy noticed streaks on the pavement along with dirt on the side of the road.
– Dillon K. Allen, Fife Coal Road, reported at 2:10 p.m. Thursday his girlfriend, Alyvia Blankenship, Lusk Lock Road, Lisbon, hit him over the head with a fan, bit him and broke his nose at her residence. An ambulance also arrived after Allen reportedly had a seizure, and several bruises were found on Allen. Blankenship acknowledged throwing a fan at Allen, who was taken to Salem Regional Medical Center. Blankenship was cited for domestic violence.
– Melinda Winters, Skyline Drive, Wellsville, reported at 9:39 a.m. Thursday a 2-year-old boy who live across the street roamed onto Winters’ front porch. After helping him back to his house, she asked to speak to the mother, Ashley Chafins, but was unable to talk to her. Chafins told a deputy while she was in the shower, her 5-year-old son may have unlocked the front door to allow the 2-year-old out.
-A welfare check was requested at a home on Jimtown Road, East Palestine at 2:04 p.m. Thursday. The resident said she had a medical issue and felt depressed, and wanted to go to the hospital to be checked. She was taken to Salem Regional Medical Center by East Palestine EMS.
– Heather Anderson, U.S. Route 30, East Rochester, reported at 10:34 p.m. Tuesday a friend of her daughter spotted an unknown person looking up toward the upstairs window. The prowler fled once he was seen.
– Daniel Brooks, Lisbon Street, Hanoverton, reported at 6:11 p.m. Tuesday Stacey McCullough has called and texted him over 70 times, and Brooks requested for her to stop. A deputy spoke with McCullough and advised her to stop making contact with Brooks.
– Marcella Baker, state Route 39, Wellsville, reported at 8:42 p.m. Wednesday her son saw a dent in the garage door as he was trying to open it. The top of the door appeared to be pried, but no entry was gained.
– Carolyn Conkle, Y and O Road, Wellsville, reported at 9:26 a.m. Wednesday someone took redwood furniture, an electric wheelchair and an electric golf cart from her residence.
– Pete Muck, Emerick Road, Kensington, reported at 1:44 p.m. Wednesday someone drove off Fink Road and damaged two sections, 120 feet in total length, of his electric fence.
– Renee Mick, Frischkorn Heights Road, Wellsville, reported at 5:33 p.m. Wednesday someone entered her property and smashed out windows of a 1997 Dodge Intrepid belonging to Barbara Ours, East Main Street, Salineville. The front and back windshields were broken along with the front driver and passenger windows.
– Deadra Eichner, Georgetown Road, Homeworth, reported at 5:37 p.m. Wednesday her neighbor, Mr. Amos, banged on her front door and screamed about her dog chasing his dog. Eichner explained her dog was chained up outside, and her neighbor’s property was fenced.
– Jason Caldwell, state Route 558, Leetonia, reported theft at 6:56 p.m. Wednesday there was a pending withdrawal from his checking account amounting to $380 to Sprint Wireless. The withdrawal, according to the bank, had already cleared.
– Ryan Marcus, state Route 39, Wellsville, reported at 8:11 p.m. Wednesday his former girlfriend, Rebecca Dickson, is moving out and taking items that does not belong to her. Dickson said Marcus was arguing with her brother and reportedly pulled a shotgun. Dickson also denied taking any of Marcus’ property.
– Ken Ball, Bowman Road, Homeworth, reported Tuesday his ex-wife came to his home on July 4 and was causing problems. Ball just wanted a report on file.
– Deputies were called at 9:16 a.m. Tuesday to a home on Speidel Road, Hanoverton, where a 58-year-old man was found dead after apparently committing suicide. The man was visiting a friend who lived there and was staying in a camper on the property, which is where his body was found. A deputy ran the man’s vehicle license plates and learned the pickup truck had been reported stolen and the deceased was listed as the suspect.
– Angela Walsh, LaCroft Avenue, East Liverpool, reported being assaulted by Michael Byers at his home on Johnson Road, Madison Township, at 6:32 p.m. Monday. Walsh said she was there to retrieve her dog when Byers pushed her to the ground. Byers said he purchased the dog from her more than a year ago for $150, and he told her not to come there on Facebook and in text messages, which he produced. Walsh declined to press charges, and the parties were advised this was a civil dispute.
– Angela Veglia, Dyke Road, Rogers, reported at 8 p.m. Tuesday her boyfriend, Glenn Collins III, kicked in the door and was breaking things. Collins told the deputy the only thing he smashed was his cellphone. Veglia declined to press charges and Collins was given a ride to his parents’ home.
– Caleb Simpson, state Route 7, Columbiana, reported four people were fighting outside his home at 8:43 p.m. Tuesday. Simpson called back to saw the people had left.
– Patty Lewis, Township Line Road, Wellsville, reported Tuesday receiving threatening calls about her son from an unknown male from a blocked number.
– Amanda Derenberger, Allen Drive, Lisbon, reported at 9:16 a.m. Tuesday being harassed by Courtney Orr. The deputy told Orr that Derenberger did not want her on her property and the next time she would be charged with trespassing.
– Tina Jennings, state Route 517, Elkrun Township, arrived home on Sunday after having been gone for two days to find a door ajar and the house ransacked. Stolen were a gold diamond ring, iPod and $20 in change. There was no signed of force entry.
– George Eaton of East Palestine reported hearing a female screaming in the area of Wheathill and Jimtown roads at 5:07 a.m. Monday. Deputies arrived and patrolled the area but did not hear any screaming or see anyone about.
– Richard Tray, Stookesberry Road, Lisbon, reported Tuesday there are loud noises coming from Wise Trucking all hours of the night. He said Elkrun Township has a noise ordinance but was unsure if it applied to businesses.
– A disconnected 911 call was received from the Joseph Weston residence on state Route 164, Salineville, at 11 p.m. Monday, but no one answered the door. The deputy also checked outside and did not found anyone around.
– Jeff Scheidmiller of East Liverpool reported Monday losing his wallet on 18th Street Heights, Wellsville.
– Nikki Bickerton, Lisbon-Dungannon Road, Lisbon, reported at 8 p.m. Monday her boyfriend had pulled her off the couch by her wrists and shoved her out the door. He also allegedly threatened to kick her in the head while Bickerton was waiting in her vehicle for a deputy. John E. Gorby Jr., 41, was arrested for domestic violence.
– The former Bar X on Y & O Road, Madison Township, was found broken into on Monday.
– Clifford Westover, Pine Hollow Road, Lisbon, reported at 11:37 a.m. Monday being alerted by the alarm company that his burglary alarm had gone off. Westover discovered a door had been kicked in and items were stolen. He said this is the third time this year his home has been broken into.
– Timothy Winters, Steubenville Pike, Lisbon, reported at 10:59 p.m. Thursday his son, Christopher Lee, was tearing up the property and trying to sell items which they both own.
– Mary Bash, state Route 154, Negley, reported at 2:12 p.m. Thursday her license plates on her 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee were missing. The car was being transferred to her from her late husband.
– Evan Scheel, Edward Circle, Columbiana, reported at 5:04 a.m. Friday he was letting out his dog and found a man inside his truck.
– Sherry L. Watton, Pittsburgh, reported at 5:07 p.m. Friday her wallet was stolen while she was at the Rogers Sale.
– A fight was reported at 7:46 p.m. Saturday at Paradise Lake, Rochester Road, East Rochester. The campground owner stated all parties in the fight left.
– Buddy Hupp, Latta Road, East Palestine, reported at 8:12 p.m. Saturday the valve stems to his truck tires were cut over night.
-A shed was reported on fire at 8:21 p.m. Saturday at a Bandy Road residence in Homeworth. The fire was reportedly started by someone riding a four-wheeler.
– Elizabeth Bragg, 19, state Route 154, Lisbon, reported at 9:28 p.m. Saturday that William “Teddy” Miller, 19, would not give their 9-month-old daughter back to her. Miller said she let him have the girl until Monday. Miller returned the girl to Bragg at a deputy’s insistence.
– A member of the VFW Camp, Y-Camp Road, reported at 1:18 a.m. Sunday a non-member entered the campgrounds and became belligerent and threw around lawn chairs. A deputy later located Robert Cunningham, who was reportedly drunk and running into the woods to hide. Cunningham was taken to the county jail and was cited for disorderly conduct. He also had two other outstanding warrants.
– Phillip Faulkner, Y & O Road, Rogers, reported at 10:33 a.m. Sunday someone attempted to break off the door handle to his man door, with a deputy noting extensive damage to the door knob.
– Penny Burin, Youngstown, reported at 12:12 p.m. Sunday her father, Robert Lautzenheiser, went missing. She last spoke to him June 30 and hasn’t heard from him since.
– James Scribner, Lynchburg Road, Kensington, reported at 12:28 p.m. Sunday he received photos of his girlfriend, Tara Trimble, burning his personal property at his residence and his television set was thrown out in the yard. A deputy spoke with Tara at the house. She was waiting for her grandfather to pick her up. The TV was reported fine and no sign of any burning was noticed.
– Conner Perry, Steubenville Pike, Lisbon, reported at 1:31 a.m. Sunday his stepfather, Christopher Perry, caught Conner and his friends smoking marijuana, pulled out a handgun and put it in Conner’s face as well as his friends’ faces, grabbed them by the necks and made them leave. Christopher acknowledged yelling at Connor and his friends, but denied pulling out a gun or any type of physicality.
-Dave Brandle, Fink Road, Salineville, reported at 6:41 p.m. Sunday his 13-year-old stepson threaten to kill other family members including himself and his wife, Tiffany, and was involved in a physical altercation earlier with one of his brothers, who was found to have a lump on his head. The 13-year-old, who also reportedly refused to take medication prescribed by his psychiatrist, was taken to the Tobin Center and cited for domestic violence.
– A representative at the Barnett Motel, Butler Township, reported at 7:58 p.m. Sunday one of the guests, Cecil Barker, was attempting to drink himself to death. Barker was taken to Salem Regional Health Center for evaluation.
– Brittany A. Toothman, Brookfield Road, Lisbon, reported at 8:50 p.m. Sunday that Jessica Miller, the ex-wife of Toothman’s boyfriend Kevin Miller, keeps sending her vulgar messages through texting and Facebook.
– Harry Stewart of Cleveland reported Saturday the mobile home of the late Johnella Evans in Center Township, was broken into. Stolen were chairs, a radio and cleaning supplies. Steve Nelder said he saw a black couple in a Cobalt or G-6, and they told him they were from Cleveland and owned the property. When asked for their phone number, the couple left.
– Dustin Randolph, Osbourne Road, Wellsville, reported Saturday his ex-girlfriend had taken his six-month-old mixed-breed bulldog. Randolph called back before a deputy arrived to report his girlfriend advised she would return the dog.
– Deputies assisted Wellsville fire crews at 10:29 p.m. Thursday after a man on Wells Hollow Road, Wellsville, refused to heed firefighters’ warnings to stop cutting down a tree since the tree had started to pull down overhead wires. The man became confrontational and told fire crews to go back to Wellsville if they weren’t going to help with the tree.
– Mary Bash, state Route 154, Negley, reported at 2:12 p.m. Thursday that while getting her mail she noticed the license plates on her Jeep Grand Cherokee were missing.
– Martin Dwayne Sames, Providence Forge, Va., got lost and attempted to turn around at the West Point Fire Department at 12:09 a.m. Thursday and got stuck. He tore up the yard and driveway at the fire station and the semi truck, owned by the Atlantic Bulk Carrier Corp., had to be towed out by Geary Auto Service.
– Jeanette Gallimore, 47, East Liverpool Road, Lisbon, was charged with domestic violence after deputies were called to her home at 10:35 a.m. Wednesday because she took her mother’s car keys and then bit her on the arm when she was attempting to get them back.
– Alannah Buckle, Clarks Mill Road, Hammondsville, reported at 9:54 p.m. Wednesday someone had broken into their shed and stole two .22 caliber rifles – one a Savage model 64 semi-automatic and the other a Ruger 10-22.
– Josh Pence, Osbourne Road, Wellsville, reported at 5:06 p.m. Wednesday there was a suspicious gold Ford pickup sitting in his field with no one around it. Then the owner came back to the truck with tools. The owner, John Twyford, stated his truck broke down.
– Mike Sanor, Laughlin Road, Lisbon, reported at 4:42 p.m. Wednesday his wife came to his business and was harassing his employees.
– Dorothy Hogan, New Cumberland, W.Va., reported at 8:16 a.m. Wednesday she was concerned her son, Michael Hogan, 40, Depot Road, Lisbon, was missing. Hogan had been in the county jail on July 1, but was released that day and walked from the jail. She had not heard from him since, but he was planning to stay with someone, because his bond required him not to go home. She also had called people she believed he may have been staying with from a church, but no one has heard from him. Deputies checked some local motels and shelters, but were unable to find him.
– Steve Davis of the Rogers Group Home reported at 3:12 p.m. Tuesday a 17-year-old became unruly and was attempting to fight with other teens at the home. He also went outside and knocked things over on the patio. The boy calmed down when he learned Davis called the sheriff’s office.
– A domestic dispute was reported on Depot Road, Lisbon, at 6:03 a.m. Tuesday. Devin Hogan reported he and his father argued about him talking on his cell phone late at night. His father began to argue with him and he went outside to cool down. That is when he claims his father attacked him, choked him, hit him and threw a pot at his head. Devin Hogan had visible injuries. Michael Hogan claimed they argued and there was a pushing match between them. Michael Hogan was charged with domestic violence.
– Jamie Weston, Lakeview Drive, Hanoverton, reported at 7:45 a.m. Tuesday a person she has a protection order against called her from a restricted phone number that morning. She heard him say, “Jamie, I just want to tell you …” and she hung up the phone.
– Jo-Ann Bogart, Cusick Road, Lisbon, reported at 2:46 p.m. Monday someone broke into her home earlier in the day taking a safe, Kindle and an electronic tablet.
– Morris Cross, Granite Falls, Minn., reported at 12:04 p.m. Monday, he is a contractor at the Kensington gas plant and there about 800 employees working at the plant. When the project began they brought all the necessary tools from Minnesota and inventoried them. Now they have transported all the tools back and a large quantity are missing.
– Roxanne Jividen, Dublin, Ohio, reported at 8:40 a.m. Monday she was concerned an auction company defrauded her elderly mother by taking several items her mother wanted auctioned, but not providing her with a receipt for the items. Jividen said her mother has gone to the business several times to talk about the issue, but they claim they are too busy to talk to her.
– Gwen Thomas, Homeworth Road, Homeworth, reported at 2:51 p.m. Monday she was paying bills after getting paid on Friday and noticed some charges she had not made. She called her bank, Stark Federal Credit Union, and they informed her there were charges made through an Xbox. She confronted her son, who denied making the purchases. She called the Xbox company and learned the charges were coming through an Xbox in the United Kingdom. The charges were $296.
– Deputies went to a home in Breezeway Mobile Park in Leetonia where they took Jason Hurst into custody on a warrant for failure to appear. Deputies also spoke to Timothy Welce, who was very intoxicated and watching two children, ages 3 and 6. Welce claimed he had only had a couple beers, but had also received an epidural shot that day. Another neighbor agreed to watch the children for Welce until he could find another sober adult to watch them.
– Brittanie Hartman, Steubenville Pike, Lisbon, reported a domestic dispute at 8:34 p.m. Sunday. Deputies arrived to find Anthony R. Ensell in the driveway with blood on both arms. He claimed he punched a glass door and was found to be intoxicated. Ensell’s wife Randi and Hartman told deputies Anthony swung open a freezer door striking his wife in the head. She threw a pack of cigarettes at him and he punched her in the mouth. She punched him and he went after her, while Hartman tried to get between them. Anthony Ensell then pushed Randi over a railing backwards while choking her before Hartman managed to get them apart. He then started punching the freezer and punched the storm door. He was charged with domestic violence.
– Ada Guappone, Glasgow Road, Lisbon, reported at 4:07 p.m. Sunday her 15-year-old had been missing since Friday. He was last seen at lot 36 on Echo Dell Road, East Liverpool. Guappone had heard from her son by text message, but he refused to tell her where he was or whom he was with. Deputies later learned the boy was at his father’s trailer on state Route 45, lot 26. They checked on him and notified his mother of his location.
– An 11-year-old girl was accidentally left at the Lake Tomahawk beach area on Sunday evening when family members left in two cars. A Lake Tomahawk security officer, Ray Pyley, said he found the girl near the beach at 6:48 p.m. Sunday. The family returned while deputies spoke to the girl and her mother arrived later from Chester, W.Va. The girl had gone swimming with some members of the family and friends and then they left to go to church. They realized she was in neither vehicle when they arrived at church.
– Alleged contraband was seized at the county jail from John Stewart Bryan, brought to the county jail at 11:33 p.m. Saturday by St. Clair Township police on possession of drug abuse instruments charges. The booking and intake officer found a clear plastic bag of white pills in Bryan’s pocket, which he claimed were vitamins.
– Amanda Anderson, Pine Hollow Road, Rogers, reported at 2:36 p.m. Friday she was visiting and got into an argument with her father and stepmother, who had taken her 10-month-old and refused to return the baby. Deputies spoke with Melissa and Jake Anderson, who said Amanda became upset, got out of control and was throwing baby items around the house while holding the baby. They took the baby because they were afraid it would get hurt, but had no problem returning the child once Amanda calmed down.
– Karen Royea, Lakeview Drive, Lisbon, reported at 2:14 p.m. Friday someone had dumped a container of chicken liver into her mailbox.
– An unruly 13-year-old was reported at the Lisbon police department at 7:01 p.m. Friday. Deputies spoke to the boy’s father, who said the boy was supposed to have gone into the woods to build a fort, but disappeared. The boy, who is here visiting his father for six weeks this summer, told deputies he misses his mother and wants to go back to Michigan.
– Ryan McCartan, Ellsworth Avenue, Minerva, 6:32 p.m. Friday someone stole numerous items from his home, including 20 buprenorphine pills and $75.
– Oswald Pereira, Parshall Road, Wellsville, was cited with disorderly conduct at 12:28 a.m. Sunday after several calls have been made for annoying neighbors, and deputies found a party with music when they were called again on Sunday.
– Heather Anderson, U.S. Route 30, East Rochester, reported a man she did not know was by her garage staring at her. Her friend got up to confront the man, who ran toward the abandoned home next door. Deputies checked the area but found no one. She told deputies the man has been there trespassing before and has even come up to her sliding back window.
– Michelle Whaley, Madison Street, Salineville, reported an unruly child. Deputies spoke to a man and his 13-year-old son, who was using profane language because he was not getting his way and prompting the neighbors to call deputies.
– Jackie Winters of Sundowners, state Route 45, Lisbon, reported a fight at 12:36 a.m. Sunday, prompting deputies, the highway patrol and Lisbon police to respond. The owner told deputies all was well and it was only some pushing and shoving between oil and gas pipeline workers.
– Collette Rupert, delivering newspapers for the Morning Journal, reported at 4:51 a.m. Friday there were loose horses on state Route 7. Deputies found the animals on a property near Middleton Road. The owners came and retrieved them.
– Caleb Simpson, state Route 7, New Waterford, reported at 7 a.m. Friday he had been at his uncle Brian McCall’s home the night before drinking with him and his uncle slammed his head to the ground injuring him. Deputies spoke to McCall who said they both fell down the stairs, but there was no confrontation. Simpson never came to fill out a report.