SHERIFF’S OFFICE

— A McCormick Run Road, Madison Township, resident reported at 2:58 p.m. Monday she received a letter from the American International Lottery Corporation stating she won $175,000. She did not contact the company because she believes it to be a scam.

— A Trinity Church Road, Lisbon, woman reported at 9:25 a.m. Tuesday a set of Fiberglas steps with a railing were taken from the back door of her home, sometime after she left for work on Friday morning. Not only were the steps were gone and someone cut the weeks that had been growing around it.

— A possibly suicidal woman was reported at the Rogers Assembly on Sprucevale Road. She had ingested 100 suboxone before deputies arrived. She was transported to the hospital by ambulance.

— A Foundry Hill Road, Franklin Township, man reported at 2:16 a.m. Monday James Lamp showed up at his home with a firearm demanding his generator back. The man said he told Lamp the name of another person who actually stole the generator and told him that person was not there.

— A woman in Louisville wanted deputies to check on her elderly brother, who usually comes to her home on Sunday mornings but had not shown up that Sunday morning. Deputies went to the man’s home on U.S. Route 30 and were unable to contact him.

— Deputies went to a Steubenville Pike, Center Township, home at 2:16 p.m. Sunday with an arrest warrant for Shawn Tremain and found an indoor marijuana growing operation. Multiple scales with residue, marijuana and paraphernalia were located. Tremain was taken into custody on the warrant.

–A man was reported vomiting from a vehicle in front of Rebel Motors on state Route 7 at 6:10 p.m. Monday. The business owner and the people in the vehicle then engaged in an argument before the vehicle left. Both the people in the vehicle and the owner of the business reported the matter to police and both stated threats were made by the other.

— Leonard Kille reported he was at the L&M Greenhouse on Columbiana-Waterford Road in Fairfield Township at 5:52 p.m. Monday when a dark colored truck backed into his vehicle. Deputies ran the license plate for the vehicle and spoke with James Yohn of Canfield, who said he did not recall striking any vehicles. Mahoning County deputies confirmed there was no damage to Yohn’s truck.

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