— Eugene Williams, state Route 45, Madison Township, reported a suspicious light on in his garage at 3:47 a.m. Sunday. Deputies checked the garage, but found nobody inside.

— Deputies checked the Rogers Sale at 4:18 a.m. Sunday after an alarm sounded, but found no people nor open doors. All appeared to be well and in good working order.

— An underaged drinking party was reported on Torma Road, Madison Township, at 11:10 p.m. Saturday. Deputies spoke to the home owner, Julie Stairwell, who said she had just arrived home from her mother’s house, where she was doing some things and her daughter had some friends over to celebrate her birthday. However, deputies found a young intoxicated boy and spoke to him before finding multiple children, ages 17 to 15, all intoxicated and hiding throughout the house. The parents of all 12 intoxicated teenagers were notified.

— Jason Congrove, state Route 45, Madison Township, reported at 2:41 a.m. Monday his son had been at a party on Sunday night and he was hurt there. The 16-year-old boy came home with a bruise by the back of his ear and Congrove showed a video of his son being struck by another boy at the party. The son told deputies he was playing the “You can’t knock me out” game with another boy and it was filmed by a mutual friend. No charges are being pressed.

— Billy S. Brown, North Market Street, Lisbon, reported at 4:11 p.m. Sunday he rented his mobile home to Danielle and Lance Derrick and their three children a few months ago. However, Lance Derrick’s mother moved in with them at some point and then the family he rented it to moved out and are living elsewhere. Now Brown wants to move back into his trailer. He has an oral agreement with Linda Derrick for her to pay $350 per month to share the trailer with him and he would put locks on each bedroom. They would share the kitchen and living areas. However, she called him intoxicated on Saturday night and said things that made him uncomfortable such as “I don’t know you. You don’t know me. You could kill me in the night or I could kill you before the night is done.” Brown talked to deputies about starting the eviction process.

— Deputies were called to an Endley Road, Center Township, home by the sister of a teen with medical conditions who was out of control at 5:01 p.m. Saturday. The father told deputies his 15-year-old has ADHD and is autistic. The boy was lying on the floor of the closet crying, but after talking with the deputy he calmed down. Deputies asked the father about his training in dealing with autistic children and suggested he seek some training or family counseling through the child’s doctor.

— Deputies responded to a Walnut Ridge Road home at 4:56 p.m. Sunday where it was determined a child had assaulted his mother and younger siblings. The matter is being sent to the juvenile prosecutor’s office.

— James Courtwright, Alliance, reported a domestic dispute at 8:03 p.m. Sunday after reportedly hearing yelling and screaming coming from inside the home. When deputies arrived Darlene Sarchione was at the front door and said she was the only one there and had been listening to music. She denied any yelling and said it was just someone probably trying to cause trouble.

— Toni Deliscia, state Route 45, Elkrun Township, reported at 5:57 p.m. Saturday there had been a theft by a former employee, then on Sunday she called deputies to state she had been misinformed and the person had not stolen from her.

— Deputies were told of children being molested by another child in Washingtonville at 8:30 p.m. Saturday. After speaking to the person filing the complaint, the matter was turned over to a detective for further investigation.