Columbiana County Sheriff Reports for 4-13
Ben Caldwell, South 12th Street, Beloit, reported an assault at 11:07 p.m. Thursday. He and his friend, Brian Craig, reportedly had a falling out, and Craig came to his farm, they argued and Craig pushed him to the ground. Caldwell did not want to pursue charges.
Denise Hayes, Steubenville Pike, Lisbon, reported at 10:37 p.m. Thursday she and her boyfriend, Tim Harmon, split up, and she wanted to get her belongings from his truck, which is actually titled in her name. He refused to let her into the truck, and she became disruptive. Deputies explained she has every right to get her belongings, and if he is keeping the truck, they need to update the title.
Sophie Grubb, an employee of American Health Care, Baird Road, East Palestine, reported at 9 a.m. Friday someone entered her personal residence at the home and took her lock box with personal papers and $40.
Tracy Stotesbury, state Route 30, East Rochester, reported at 4:28 p.m. Thursday his utility trailer, a 2000 Brenner Tanker with North Carolina license plates, was stolen from his property.
A verbal domestic dispute was reported at 6:52 p.m. Thursday at the Sparkle Market on state Route 45 in Lisbon. Deputies spoke with Joe McVay, who said he had an argument with his girlfriend, Maranda Halligan, but nothing physical occurred.
Lorna Murra, manager of the Hanoverton One Stop, First Street, Hanoverton, reported at 1:36 p.m. a semi-truck driver pulled down the power line to the store. Deputies later spoke with Brian Noland, driver for Ecklund Trucking, who said he was turning around in the lot when his trailer caught the wire, which has been hanging low for some time due to storms, and his company said that it was not his fault as the lines should be 13-foot-6 off the ground if they sell fuel for semi-trucks.
Frank Baker of United High School, Hanoverton, reported at 2:52 p.m. Friday a boy walking away from the school, but he soon returned.