- A Justison Road, East Palestine, man reported finding the tire on his car flattened when he left the State Line Tavern in Unity Township at 2:42 a.m. Friday. He said he had an argument with someone in the bar and the person had left before him.
- A deputy was called to a home on Scotts Mill Road, Rogers, at 9:25 p.m. Thursday, where a man reported a pit bull belonging to his mother's boyfriend mauled his puppy and he wanted to shoot the dog. The deputy told him he could not do that, and he said he knows that but was just upset.
Tracy Mangelo, Glasgow Road, Madison Township called for a deputy at 6:45 p.m. Thursday to report they are buying property from Ed Bailey, who was to remove the trailer but he is caught up in a lawsuit over ownership of the trailer. Today, Bailey left a note on their property saying the trailer belongs to him.
- A state Route 45, Salem Township, man reported Thursday his brother was coming on his property and causing problems. He was advised of the procedure for obtaining a protection order.
- A man who lives on Sixteen School Road, Yellow Creek Township, reported Thursday his 19-year-old son swears, disobeys him and acts generally disruptive. The man was told to call back if the man's behavior continues.
- An official at Cope Farm Equipment, U.S. Route 62, Knox Township, reported someone purchased a mower and weed wacker with a $2,000 check. The man had a rag over his truck's license plate and was told he needed to remove it so they could write down his license plate number, which is the policy before accepting a check. The man left immediately without his items, and the company later learned there was no bank account for the check.