Columbiana County Sheriff Reports 3-8

The Rogers Group Home reported at 5:50 p.m. Wednesday there was a problem with two of the teens becoming disorderly. After speaking with a counselor the two boys, ages 14 and 15, remained upset and started acting up. When an employee asked them to stop the response was, “No, we are going to do whatever the (expletive) we want to.” Then the 15-year-old was overheard saying, “I know a kid in school that can get me a gun and bring it here and go pop, pop, pop.” The boys also started causing problems with some of the other teens there and for everyone’s safety they were taken to Tobin Center on charges of disorderly conduct. The 14-year-old was additionally charged with resisting arrest.

A Minerva woman reported at 4:34 p.m. Wednesday a relative of her 7-year-old son pulled down his pants in front of the son. She reportedly told her ex-husband what her son told her and he said the son told him about it happening a year ago. The woman has a court order from Stark County domestic relations stating the son’s relative in question is not supposed to be left alone with the boy at any time.

Jim Markham, Lippincott Road, East Rochester, reported at 5:46 p.m. Wednesday two handguns were missing from the bedroom along with a silver eagle coin. The basement sliding glass window was open when he came home.

Terry Casto, state Route 9, Hanoverton, reported at 3:33 p.m. Wednesday a student on her bus stole her cell phone. The 14-year-old boy has been staying at the Rogers Group Home and was the last person on the bus when she believes he took it from her purse while she was assisting a handicapped student from the bus. She called the group home. They checked his belongings and found the phone.

Glenn Windram, Leetonia Road, Salem, reported at 4:18 p.m. Wednesday his adult son was intoxicated and fell cutting his head. He also had been sending text messages to a friend threatening himself. Deputies asked the son about the comments and if he wanted to get checked. He agreed to go to a hospital.

Rachel Eason, Grant Street, Lisbon, reported a domestic at 11:25 a.m. Wednesday. She was eventually found, not in her home but in her parked car down the street. She was intoxicated and stated she and her daughter were arguing. Her daughter told deputies her mother had been drinking since 6 a.m. The mother was given a ride home and told to sleep it off.

Dave Main, Ellwood City, Pa., reported at 6:11 a.m. Monday when he and his partner came to work at Thayer Investment LLC, state Route 14, a Bobcat excavator and a trailer it was on were missing from the construction site. A lock on the gate was also missing.

A domestic dispute was reported at 12:58 a.m. Friday at a home on U.S. Route 62, Salem. Rebecca Fleming reported her husband, Mark Fleming, flipped out. He told deputies his 17-year-old son had come into his room after he and his wife argued and the son started causing trouble so the father took him by the arm and escorted him out. The son then reportedly threw a candle holder at him. The son told deputies he went into the room to question his father about his treatment of the mother and the father pushed him through the bedroom door, grabbed him by the hair and throat and began to throw him around. Additionally the father allegedly punched him on the head and the son punched him back in self-defense. The boy’s younger brother and mother got into the confrontation. Rebecca Fleming also claimed her husband threatened to stab her son. Mark Fleming, 51, was charged with domestic violence.