Columbiana County Sheriff Reports for 6-10

Deputies responded to a domestic dispute on Hazel Run Road, Yellow Creek Township, at 12:07 a.m. Saturday and spoke to Lola Javens, who said her husband and son were fighting. The deputy found William Javens Jr. trying to calm down his father, William Javens, 51, who wanted to continue arguing. After repeated attempts to get him to calm down and go to bed, the elder Javens kicked his son in the leg and was arrested.

Darlene Faulkner, Westville Lake Road, Beloit, reported Friday receiving a voice mail that sounded like a gun shot.

Melinda Reynolds, Black Road, Lisbon, reported Friday being harassed by someone she knows, with the person yelling at her whenever she sees her driving around Lisbon.

Fred Reali, Mountz Road, East Rochester, reported his utility trailer was stolen from his property on Thursday. The thief first had to unhitch it from his truck.

James Roberto, Johnson Road, Madison Township, reported hearing a loud noise at 2:11 a.m. Saturday. Deputies arrived about an hour later but did not hear or see anything.

Carol Hough, Churchill Road, Lisbon, reported seeing a strange light in the field next door at 1:37 a.m. Saturday. A deputy checked the area but found nothing amiss.

Michael Scott reported leaving a dolly and patio furniture at a friend’s campsite at Big Arb’s Campground, Buffalo Road, East Rochester. He returned Sunday to discover the items had been removed by order of the campground’s owners.

Nichole Rickerd, East Main Street, Salineville, reported at 8:43 p.m. Sunday being harassed by the father of their daughter, who was coming up from Columbus with his mother to get the daughter. She said the father made a false accusation about an alleged text message from their daughter that stirred up the family, but the daughter denied sending the message. The father and his mother left prior to the deputy’s arrival.

Deputies were called to a domestic dispute on state Route 14, East Palestine, at 9:55 p.m. Saturday where they learned George Faulkner and George Faulkner Jr. had been arguing when the younger Faulkner pushed his father over a chair. The son left prior to the deputies arriving and his father declined to press charges.