— Deputies checked at JP Plumbing, state Route 45, Center Township, after an alarm at 4:37 a.m. Wednesday.

— Deputies were asked to remove someone from a home on U.S. Route 30 in West Township at 11:50 p.m. Wednesday. Deputies waited until the man’s ride came to pick him up.

— Someone was reported riding an ATV on the roadway on Metz Road in Unity Township at 2:22 p.m. Wednesday.

— Deputies checked Rogers Sale, state Route 154, Rogers, after an alarm sounded at 1:41 a.m. Thursday. Everything appeared secure.

— A Mahoning Avenue, Knox Township, man reported at 11:04 p.m. Wednesday his 9mm Hi-Point firearm was stolen from his home.

— Two men called to file a complaint against the other on Tuesday evening. There was a mobile home trailer, that the man on Stump Road, Minerva, was planning to give to the other man, who lives on Major Road NE, Minerva. However after the man receiving the trailer bought axles and wheels to move it, it was determined it was in too bad of shape to move. The first man then accused him of taking the steps to the trailer and he went to the other man’s property on Major Road NE to get them back. That man denied taking the steps and they began yelling at each other. Then later did find the steps in the back of his Major Road NE property with other things and loaded them onto his flatbed trailer to return them to the first man’s home. The Stump Road man began cursing at him and was trying to get him to fight while showing him a gun in a holster on his side. Both parties agreed to stay away from each other.

–A Leetonia man, who is the owner of a semi truck parked at Ed Geary’s Towing on state Route 344 in Fairfield Township, reported at 3:11 p.m. Wednesday sometime overnight someone damaged a 1999 Freight Liner truck. The damage was to a wiring harness and support cable on the hood of the truck.

— The manager of the Country Squire Mobile Home Park reported at 1:01 p.m. Wednesday a resident of the park went to the hospital and the manager believes someone may have broken into his trailer. Deputies checked with the people in the trailer, who claimed the homeowner gave them permission. The homeowner confirmed they were there at his request and the information was relayed to the park manager. The park manager was told to file an eviction if the renter violated the agreement with the park.

— A Spillway Road, Hanover Township, resident reported at 3:18 p.m. Wednesday he gave his ex-girlfriend a phone while they were dating, but they recently broke up and he wanted the phone back. The man said he pays for the phone line and deputies told him to contact the phone company to have the service terminated if he wants to.

— A Second Street, Hanoverton, man reported at 3:46 p.m. Wednesday a man he has asked to stop communicating with him continues to do so. He asked deputies to tell him. Deputies left a voicemail message.


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