Columbiana County Sheriff Reports for 4-6

Marcus Morelan, County Airport Road, Madison Township, reported a domestic dispute at his residence at 6:36 a.m. Friday involving Shane Bogle and Shannon Miller. Bogle had been living at the residence while dating Miller but he became upset and left, then returned and began yelling at Morelan and Miller and making threats about burning down the house. Miller said she and Bogle also shoved each other. Bogle left before the deputy arrived, and Morelan said he was going to take Miller to her home in Sagamore Hills.

Keith McCoy, Padgett Road, East Palestine, reported Thursday someone opened an account in his name at a cash advance business using the email account of Keith Burgess, who had until recently lived as his residence. The cash advance business is telling McCoy he owes them for $2,413 in transactions made in his name.

Deputies were called to the Guy residence on County Airport Road, Madison Township, in regard to a domestic dispute at 8:13 p.m. Thursday. The deputy spoke to Richard and Melanie Guy, who said they had been arguing and began breaking things, but both declined to press charges.

Allen Szabo, Edwards Circle, Columbiana, reported Thursday the motor vehicle his children use was broken into, and stolen were two netbooks on loan to his children from the Columbiana school district.

Cindy Bokanovich, Speidel Road, Hanoverton, reported seeing a teenage boy trying to remove her repaired mailbox and post after it had recently been vandalized. The youth fled when another vehicle came into view, but she managed to get the license plate number, which back to a man who lives on state Route 172. The man said his 16-year-old son was using the vehicle but was currently attending baseball practice at United Local High School. The parties met there, and the man and the Bokanovichs worked things out between themselves, with the boy agreeing to replace the mail box and post. The boy’s baseball coach said he also planned to address the issue.

Russ Petree, Coldale Street, Minerva, reported Thursday afternoon that people attending an auction down the street were turning around in his driveway, and in the process also coming onto his lawn and leaving ruts.