SHERIFF’S OFFICE

— Kirk E. Susany, Canfield, reported at 8:51 a.m. Wednesday someone broke the lock on the driver’s door of his company truck, which was parked at Susany Builders Inc., state Route 14, New Waterford, overnight. Those responsible also broke the aluminum tool boxes attached to the bed of the truck and stole a large amount of equipment and tools.

— While patrolling eastbound on state Route 154 deputies saw a vehicle driving 65 mph in the 55 mph zone and stopped the vehicle near the former sewage treatment plant. Deputies could smell marijuana odor emanating from the vehicle and when asked about the odor, the driver, Aaren Thompkins, 20, Boardman, handed deputies a small baggie with suspected marijuana in it, which was in an ashtray on the dash. No other contraband was located. The marijuana was seized and destroyed. Thompkins was cited with speeding.

— Deputies checked the home of Larry Knight, Rauch Road, East Palestine, after an alarm was reported at 7:11 p.m. Tuesday. All the doors and windows were secure. A dog came to the patio door when deputies were checking it.

— Dale Davis, Leetonia Road, Leetonia, reported at 2 p.m. Tuesday he became friends with Dietta Gueye of Detroit, Mich., a few months ago and she came to stay with him in Ohio. However, they had a falling out last Thursday and Davis agreed to allow Gueye to drive back to Detroit in his 2015 KIA Optima, but she was to return it when Davis went to Detroit on Saturday at noon. She did not show up and is not answering phone or text messages at this time. Deputies attempted to call her at two numbers, leaving a message at one for her to call back.

— While checking incoming vehicles at the federal prison in Elkton, on Sept. 2, deputies found Latasha A. Moore of Dayton to be driving without a license. She called for a ride from Cleveland and the vehicle she was driving, which was owned by her brother, was towed.

— Richard Miller, South 14th Street, Sebring, reported the ignition key to his 2004 Audi A6 was taken from the console while parked at the Carter Farm on Westville Lake Road sometime overnight Tuesday.

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