Columbiana County Sheriff Reports 3-12

Leslie Davis, Jimtown Road, East Palestine, reported at 2:57 p.m. Friday she has a protection order against Dustin R. Foley, from whom she claims she has received about 200 text messages sent from several different phone numbers. None of the messages seemed threatening. Deputies went to a home on East Main Street, East Palestine, at 8 p.m. Friday to serve a warrant for Dustin R. Foley, charged with violating a protection order. He was also charged with resisting arrest for his actions when the warrant was being served. He slammed a cell phone off the ground. Davis reported the messages stopped after Foley was taken into custody.

Haylie Garrett, South 12th Street, Beloit, reported at 6:01 p.m. Saturday her aunt wanted her out of the house, which is a family owned house. The aunt told deputies the house is owned by her mother, who is Haylie’s grandmother, who wants her out of the house. Deputies explained the proper procedures for having someone evicted.

Charlie Gottardi, a manager at Agland, U.S. Route 62, Beloit, reported at 7:18 a.m. Friday when he arrived that morning, a garage door was found damaged and a one-ton truck had been driving out of the door. Nothing else appeared missing.

Donna Ramsey, Rochester Road, East Rochester, reported at 5:13 p.m. Sunday her ex-boyfriend has been harassing her, driving up her road and going to the same shopping centers as her in Minerva and Carrollton. Deputies explained she should also notify the police in both those jurisdictions.

A Salineville woman reported at 9 a.m. Saturday that someone she knows took her medication and refused to return it. That person told a deputy she took the medication to protect the woman, who she claimed was taking more than the prescribed amount of Ambien and Xanax and believed she was trying to harm herself. She said she would give the medication to woman’s grandfather who would give it to her mother once she arrived that day from California.

Elana Morris, Lisa Lane, Lisbon, reported a burglary at 10:25 a.m. Tuesday. Ted Ingledue and his live-in girlfriend, Morris, reported between 7 and 10 a.m. someone entered their home while William Evans, 96, was at home asleep, and stole money out of Ingledue’s wallet in the bedroom.

Tricia Seaman, state Route 45, Lisbon, reported at 10 a.m. Monday her boyfriend’s father, who is also her landlord, moved into her home and started removing fixtures and outlets. She was concerned about the exposed wires being dangerous for her children. Seaman noted her boyfriend’s father had contacted them at the beginning of the year and stated he and his girlfriend would be moving into the home, so his son and Seaman needed to move out.

A domestic dispute and a hangup call reportedly came from a Waterford Road address at 1:12 a.m. Tuesday. Deputies found Hawana Dennison, who said she and her husband argued and he left. By telephone, the husband told deputies he went to his office to cool down. There were no marks on Hawana Dennison, who he admitted to moving out of his way so he could leave.

Tom Colella, Hawkins Road, New Waterford, reported at 9:19 p.m. Monday there was a car stuck down in his field. Deputies spoke to Austin David Gribben, who said he was delivering for Pizza Hut, was following GPS directions and got stuck trying to turn around. Deputies pushed the vehicle out of the field.

Gladys Miller, Montgomery Road, Kensington, reported at 1:02 p.m. Monday she found out someone is using her phone number to solicit money from people. She has not used her phone, but she was notified by Twinsburg police about the solicitations.

Two people were reportedly screaming in the parking lot of the Beverage Barn at 1:27 p.m. Monday. Deputies found two people, who said they argued, but all was well. Deputies reminded them to keep the noise down.

Deputies checked Lisa Lane for excessive vehicles reported on the roadway at 8:35 p.m. Monday. No vehicles were located.

Kathy McLain, Whipporwill, Hanoverton, reported ATVs on the roadway at 6:31 p.m. Monday. McLain said the ATVs are on the roadway all the time, including state Route 172, and the last few times the riders had guns with them. Deputies went to a home on Gurlea to speak with the owners and noticed four deer heads in a green tote box under a blue Blazer. Deputies gave information about the deer to Ohio Department of Natural Resources wildlife officer Jesse Janosik. No one was found to be at the home.

Anthony Burt, Boardman, asked deputies to check on his mother at 9:39 p.m. Monday. She was taken from her home on Columbiana-New Waterford Road, Columbiana, by Columbiana EMS to the Salem Regional Medical Center.

Deputies spoke to a caregiver at a Beard Road facility at 5:35 p.m. Monday after one of the women being cared for there has called the sheriff’s department many times, calls which are not emergencies. The caregiver told deputies it is the caseworker’s job to take a phone from one of the patients. Deputies only asked the caregivers to monitor them better.

Amy Bulick, Tomahawk Drive, Negley, reported at 2:48 p.m. Monday she signed into her Home Savings bank account and found there were three charges to her account she did not make to an online gaming store.