— A tour bus driven by Thomas Horth had attempted to turn in a private driveway along state Route 14 in Fairfield Township at 10:53 p.m. Sunday, when it became stuck in the mud. The way the bus had been going was blocked by construction. The bus was carrying a female Lacrosse team heading to Virginia. The bus was pulled out and insurance information obtained before they were on their way.
— Krystal L. Finley, 32, Second Street, Hanoverton, reported at 12:23 a.m. Monday she believed she heard gunshots and saw a dark colored car speeding off toward Canal Street with the lights off. Deputies checked the area and found no one around.
— Steffanie L. Brickner, state Route 7, Madison Township, reported a woman was there trying to get into her house and making threats at 7:29 a.m. Sunday. Brickner told deputies the woman, Dana McGilvery, left with William Barrett before they arrived. McGilvery was reportedly upset, tried to enter the home by removing the air conditioner and pounded on the doors while making threats to slit Brickner’s throat. Deputies asked why McGilvery was angry with her and Brickner stated she had dated Barrett for a while, but they had broken up since then and she had no idea why she was upset.
— A suspicious woman with multiple bags was reported in the area of Barnett’s Motel on U.S. Route 62 at 6:21 a.m. Monday. Deputies found Bethany Uptagraph, 19, who was on the sidewalk with multiple bags, had a black eye, a face broken out and appeared off kilter and irritable. Uptagraph told deputies she was dropped off there to meet somebody, but they ended up not being there and she was there overnight. After making many calls, deputies convinced Uptagraph’s stepfather to come get her because she was not wanted on the premises.
— A domestic dispute was reported by a young girl on Rochester Road at 1:17 a.m. May 6. Deputies found Derek Cooper, who was intoxicated and had gotten into an argument with his young daughter and then his wife. Both the wife and daughter agreed everything was only an argument and deputies left.
— Someone reported a red truck in the road on Yeager Drive at 2:33 a.m. Sunday with no one inside. Deputies checked the area, but did not find anyone.
— Deputies checked on a couple on state Route 14 in Unity Township. Peter Goranitis told deputies when they arrived he was putting his gun down and showed his hands. Deputies dismantled the gun and spoke to him about what was happening between him and his wife. He denied threatening violence against her, stating they argued and he told her they need to split up before they end up killing one another. The wife told deputies everything was fine and that they argue daily.
— Taha Karaine, store manager at Swift Mart, state Route 14, East Palestine, and a store clerk, Sabrina George, reported at 4:23 a.m. Monday someone broke into the store. George reported she found a store window shattered when she came in to open that morning. Video surveillance showed a dark colored vehicle, which three people got out of with their faces covered at 4 a.m. They used a large slab of concrete, threw it through the front store window and broke it and the cash register without sounding the alarm system. All three entered the store and stole cigarettes by placing them into a trash can and carrying the trash can away.
— A woman at a state Route 172, Hanover Township location, who was threatening suicide, was sent for evaluation at 5 p.m. Monday. Ricky D. Hickman, 59, was charged with persistent disorderly conduct.
— Someone reported animals running loose on Quay Road in Middleton Township at 2:18 p.m. Monday. The person calling stated the owner of the horses had been notified, but there was reportedly also a cow and a goat roaming loose. Deputies could not locate the cow or the goat and did not know who owned them.
— Marc Poisson, 45, Salem-Alliance Road, Salem, reported at 3:19 p.m. Monday he believed the new manager of Deer Park Mobile Home Park is harassing him. Poisson said the manager is accusing him of telling people not to sign contracts there, but Poisson also said he is moving and just wants to be left alone.