— A panic alarm was reported at Summitville Tile at 8 p.m. Wednesday, but deputies were unable to get into parts of the property due to gates being locked. The number listed to contact those who are listed as keyholders was disconnected.
— A phone found by someone at Little Falls near Clarks Mill Road was given to deputies at 6:39 p.m. Monday. Deputies determined the phone belongs to Jason Holloway and deputies told his contacts texting him that the phone was going to be at the sheriff’s office and could be picked up there. As of Thursday, Holloway had not contacted the office to get it.
— Someone was reported pounding on the back door at the Forest Lanes Bowling Alley at 3:19 a.m. Wednesday. The owner also had heard a man was temporarily sleeping at the business. The man was found sleeping on the front stoop near the bowling alley side. He was homeless after being asked to leave the Kendall House in Lisbon following an altercation. He was heading for California and deputies gave him advise on the best route and a courtesy ride to the rest stop at state Routes 7 and 213 sought of Wellsville.
— A North Avenue, Elkrun Township, resident reported at 12:36 a.m. Thursday as she was turning off the lights to go to bed, she saw a vehicle shining lights from across the street toward her home and garage. She saw someone run around to the front of the vehicle and get into the driver’s side. They stole her trailer parked across the road next to an old pickup and headed south on Elkton Road toward West Point.