— A Pioneer Road, Negley, man reported at 11:56 a.m. Wednesday, someone he did not know opened a PayPal credit account in his name and $595 were charged to the account. He was working with PayPal to resolve the issue.
— A Metz Road, Unity Township, woman reported at 3:17 p.m. Wednesday she was assaulted by Deanna Kirk. After deputies investigated the matter, Kirk was transported to the county jail and charged with assault.
— Residents of a state Route 45, Salem, home reported at 7:40 p.m. Wednesday someone was harassing them. Deputies met with them and suggested they seek a protection order through the Common Pleas Court.
— A Walnut Ridge, Washington Township, man reported at 4:12 p.m. Wednesday someone used his information to open a PayPal credit account on Oct. 4, and PayPal alerted him on Oct. 11 someone accessed the false account six times and took out $500 each time. LifeLock told him to file a police report.
— Two suspicious people were investigated on Wednesday. The information will be kept on file.
— A man reported on Wednesday he was at a party in Unity and gave a woman a ride home to the East Liverpool area. He stopped on the way to get items from a store and took cash into the store. He left the woman in the car while he was in the store, then continued toward East Liverpool, dropping her off at a home on state Route 267. The next day he noticed his wallet containing his driver’s license, bank card and two credit cards was stolen. Someone already had electronically cashed a check he had already cashed. He contacted his bank and credit card companies.
— A Foundry Hill Road, Franklin Township, man reported at 2:51 p.m. Wednesday sometime between 2 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday afternoon someone entered his garage and stole three chain saws.
— A deceased deer was reported on the roadway on Homeworth Road south of U.S. Route 62 at 3:58 p.m. Tuesday. The animal was located and disposed.
— Someone was reported hoarding cats on a Georgetown Road, Knox Township, property at 8:54 a.m. Oct. 9. There was an odor of urine coming from the home, but deputies only saw one cat in the window. A neighbor said they had never seen a large amount of cats on the property.