Columbiana County Sheriff

Deputies were asked at 2:24 p.m. Tuesday to check on an 87-year-old woman at a trailer on U.S. Route 62, Knox Township, after the neighbor had not seen her for a few days. Deputies were unable to contact anyone in the trailer. Then deputies spoke to Todd Rodgers, who owns the trailer park, who said he has been in contact with the woman, who has been in the hospital.

John J. Pedrozolli, Whinnery Road, Hanoverton, reported at 9:30 a.m. Thursday someone broke the passenger side tail light lens on his 2013 Subaru, which was parked in the driveway. He did not see any footprints in the snow near the vehicle nor did he see any plastic shards from the lens.

Warden Mike Curley reported at 10:50 a.m. Monday there were a couple of incidents which happened at the county jail during the weekend. The mother of inmate Lucas Sims, Tamelia Sims, brought her son a cell phone, hidden in a suit jacket being provided for him for his upcoming trial. A corrections officer, Loralynn Delp found the phone while searching a bag of clothing, as well as two square charging ports hidden in the socks. When confronted, Sims pleaded to keep the phone and asked Delp to “overlook” the incident, stating he needed to phone to speak with his children and family. Delp did not allow him to keep the phone.