Columbiana County Sheriff Reports for 4-24

Ashley Perry of East Liverpool, reported at 5:13 a.m. Saturday she was driving on state Route 39 with Jamaar Pullie as her passenger, coming from a birthday party, when a white-colored vehicle began following them closely. She went down Osbourne Road attempting to lose the car, but they drove very close and ran her off the road. She struck a tree on the right side of the truck and spun around resting across the street. There was heavy damage to the vehicle and the drive shaft snapped. It was laying on the ground beneath the vehicle.

Jim Edwards, Camp Boulevard, Hanoverton, reported on Thursday a vehicle had been parked on Teegarden Road for several days. Deputies found a license plate bracket on the ground belonging to Tri C Motors, which was called. The vehicle was being sold to Courtney Jackson, but she stopped making payments and apparently left it along the road with the keys in it. The battery was dead and the car dealer went to pick it up.

Oda Sponsell, Vale Road, Rogers, reported at 8:59 p.m. Monday she bought a vehicle from a man, then gave it back to him to make repairs. He had not returned it. When deputies contacted him, he stated he had already made arrangements to return the vehicle to her.

Marcy Gregory, Darner Road, Lisbon, reported a possible domestic dispute at 11:41 p.m. Monday. A man told deputies he was walking down the driveway listening to music when his sister began yelling at him. He went to his apartment and she followed him, still yelling. She slammed his door, which cracked the window. He took his fiance and their child to the neighbors and went back to his apartment to get some of their belongings. He believed he saw his sister holding a “thick barreled pistol.” His sister denied the allegation.

Travis Pancake, Pancake Clarkson Road, Rogers, reported at 12:40 a.m. Monday a suspicious man was at Pancake Nursery. The man, Ralph Sharp, said his wheelchair died and he was charging it. He was asked to leave.