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Chris Bowman, County Airport Road, Wellsville, reported possible shooting in the area at 12:02 a.m. Monday. Deputies checked the area but did not locate any gunshots.

George Gilbert, Steubenville Pike, Lisbon, reported at 9:12 p.m. Sunday while he had been asleep Douglas Brayshaw Jr. took his keys out of his pocket. Gilbert awoke to a loud bang as his vehicle struck the trailer. When he went outside he saw his vehicle crash into another vehicle. His 9-year-old had also ran outside and saw Brayshaw get out of the car and run up the hill. Brayshaw reportedly admitted to moving the vehicle and was charged with unauthorized use of a motor vehicle.

Elizabeth Root, Salem Alliance Road, Salem, reported a domestic dispute at 10:04 a.m. Friday. Paul Clauson and Root told deputies they have lived at the home for about a year, but they have been arguing. Clauson wanted the keys to the house from Root and reached for her purse, but she pulled it away. She claimed he would not let her leave for work and wanted deputies to help her leave. They agreed she could live there until she found another place to stay and they would stay away from each other.

The mother of a 9-year-old boy reported Friday morning that at about 5:40 p.m. Thursday she had dropped her son at the Little Beaver football practice, but when he got out of the vehicle a fifth grade boy ran across the field, jumped on him and started to punch him. One of the coaches yelled, came over and began pulling the older boy off her son, but the older boy’s mother yelled at the coach. There was a lot of arguing after the incident and eventually, the older boy was sent home by the coach. The mother was uncertain whether or not to press charges.

David Yaggi, Hartley Road, Beloit, reported at 9:12 a.m. Sunday sometime overnight someone vandalized his mailbox.

Joan Schaefer, Georgetown-Damascus Road, Butler Township, reported at 12:48 p.m. Sunday someone vandalized her mailbox.

Erica Kaurich, Case Road, Beloit, reported at 10:55 p.m. Saturday she came home to find her mailbox broken.

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Heidi Tomalka, South Elm Street, Columbiana, reported at 12:38 a.m. Friday her boyfriend flipped out while she was driving him. She stopped the vehicle on state Route 154 near Camp Fredrick, told her he would kill himself by lying on the tracks and walked away. She was searching for him. Two deputies joined the search of the area, but he was not located.

Kay Biegenwald, Chain School Road, East Palestine, reported at 11 p.m. Thursday a suspicious vehicle, moving slowly in the area and then the driver dropped off a woman on the side of the road. Deputies checked, but did not find the woman nor the vehicle.

A 17-year-old Depot Road, Lisbon, boy reported at 2:47 p.m. Thursday his ex-girlfriend threatened to have him beaten up by her new boyfriend. Deputies spoke to the girl’s mother, who said the ex-boyfriend has been harassing both of them. Both sides were told to leave each other alone.

A Crestview High School student reported at 2:14 p.m. Thursday her white Samsung Galaxy S4 Verizon cell phone with a black case went missing from her backpack sometime between third and fifth period.

Courtney Gamble, Richey School Road, Hanoverton, reported at 3:47 p.m. Thursday she received a fraudulent check from for $3,000 for babysitting services.

Connie Wade, Madison Drive, East Liverpool, reported at 10:57 a.m. Saturday her neighbor’s alarm was going off. A deputy arrived at the house to find the home owners were testing the alarm.

Rose Phelps, Alderlick Road, Salineville, reported at 11:01 a.m. Saturday pine cones were thrown about her barn supposedly by her neighbors.

Ty Trumpower, Homeworth Road, Alliance, reported at 11:43 a.m. Saturday two people at the Sleepy Hollow Golf Course where he works heard shooting while on the course, but weren’t sure where it might have come from. A deputy sat and listened but did not hear any shots.

William Arnold of Alliance reported being bitten by a dog while working on a home at 248 Homeworth Road in Knox Township at 6:23 p.m. Saturday. Arnold was bitten in the thigh and stomach by a St. Bernard. The homeowner’s mother was home at the time but the dog had gotten loose. The county dog warden was contacted.

Harold Reith, Beech Street, Hanoverton, reported Saturday receiving harassing calls from Ed Swartz over $10 he allegedly owed him. Reith reportedly kept telling the deputy he needed to pay attention and began yelling and screaming at him before the deputy ended the conversation.

A loud music complaint on Thomas Drive, Wellsville, was received at 8 p.m. Saturday. Deputies spoke with Mark Higgins, who had been listening to the radio while in the process of moving out of the trailer park. He was advised to keep the noise down.

Alexis Smith, West 10th Street, Salem, reported Saturday her car and house keys were stolen from the employee break room while she was working at the Auburn Skilled Nursing facility on Valley Road in Butler Township.

Terry L. Mullins reportedly backed his minivan into a car belonging to Richard Prasco in the McDonald’s parking lot just outside Lisbon at 10:26 a.m. Saturday.

A deputy was called to the dead end of Crosser Road in Center Township at 4:36 p.m. Saturday in regard to a trespassing complaint. The property owner, Ralph Killing of Berlin Center, said his son and a friend were trespassing on the property in ATVs. Killing said they seemed surprised to see him before riding off.

Russell Jerome, state Route 45, Lisbon, reported Sunday his wallet was stolen from his blue jeans while they were in his bedroom.

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Melody Gaza, Newton Falls, reported at 8:17 p.m. Thursday her silver 2010 Dodge van was parked in the lot at Damascus Friends Church and someone struck the rear passenger quarterpanel and bumper. The vehile left, but two witnesses gave her a license plate number and the description of a suspected pickup. Deputies spoke to Vanessa Mason, who stated her 17-year-old daughter Keilah Mason took the vehicle to church. When she brought it home, her parents noticed the rear driver’s side fender flair was missing from the pickup. Gaza will contact the Vanessa Mason to make arrangements to pay for the damages.

Ben Ackerman, Metz Road, Columbiana, reported at 3:40 p.m. Thursday his neighbors’ dogs are barking and he questioned how they have the dogs after the Humane Society took their dogs out of the home two weeks ago.

Courtney Gamble, Richey School Road, Hanoverton, reported at 3:47 p.m. Thursday she received a fraudulent check from for $2,755 and deposited it into her boyfriend’s account. Then she got money grams for the sender’s mother’s care giver so they could pay bills. She went to Walmart in Alliance and sent $1,200 to Tom Beach in Florida. The total cost of the transaction was $1,295 with the transfer fees.

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Rob Marra from the Southern Local High School bus garage reported at 1:33 p.m. Wednesday bus driver Julie Pitts parked her bus to wash it and forgot to set the parking brake. The unattended bus drifted forward and struck two parked cars belonging to other bus drivers, Tiffany Hamilton and Carry Crosser, both of Salineville. Both vehicles were damaged.

Dave Scott of Scotty’s Lift Truck, Georgetown Road, Homeworth, reported Wednesday sometime over the past week someone stole four deep cycle batteries from a man lift on the lot. The batteries were white with red caps and had the name U.S. Battery Co. printed on them along with the model number U2200 in large red print. The batteries were described as a couple of inches taller than a car battery.

Jack Parr, state Route 558, New Waterford, reported a domestic dispute at 5:22 p.m. Wednesday. Deputies found Parr had kicked a woman out of his home. She was sitting at the end of the driveway with her belongings waiting for her daughter to come from Salem to give her a ride. Deputies left, but were called back after the woman reportedly made threats to harm herself. She was unwillingly taken to Salem Regional Medical Center for evaluation.

Raedel Stallworth, Maple Grove Lane, New Waterford, reported at 5:38 p.m. Wednesday she received a Facebook message from John Seeger which claimed she had better stop telling people his son called her son a racial slur. The message continued she had been seen taking photos of his son and she had better “knock it off” or they are going to have an issue.

Deputies were called at 5:58 a.m. Wednesday to the home of a Kensington man having seizures and being uncooperative with EMTs. His wife told deputies he was having a reaction to his medication. He was transported to Aultman Hospital by Bartley Ambulance.

Darwin Underwood, Madison Drive, East Liverpool, reported at 2 p.m. Monday he was in the woods looking for mushrooms when he found a gun safe laying near Dunn Road. Deputies took it to the sheriff’s office.

Beth Everly, Black Road, Lisbon, reported Monday sometime overnight someone egged her vehicle. It has happened several times.

Walter Mobley, Buffalo Road, Kensington, reported Monday he has been receiving calls from Edward Sparks, who claims Mobley owes him money. Sparks reportedly left a message which was vulgar and threatening. Deputies called Sparks, who hung up.

Christina Hicks, U.S. Route 62, Damascus, reported Monday her bank card has been used to make two fraudulent purchases totaling $75, soon after she used it at the Valley View gas station in Lisbon.

Heath Lamp, at his brother’s home on state Route 170, Negley, reported a domestic situation at 11:46 p.m. Saturday. Lamp said s he and his brother, William Lamp, argued but there had been no threats of violence. Deputies spoke with the brother, who gave the same story. Heath Lamp wanted to leave his brother’s home, but could not afford a cab. Deputies gave Heath Lamp, Billie Snyder and James Starr a ride to Wellsville.

Marcus Morlan, County Airport Road, Madison Township, reported at 9:48 p.m. Sunday Shane Bogle had been drinking heavily, came into Morlan’s bedroom with an AR-15 semi-automatic assault rifle with the magazine inserted. Bogle gave the gun to Morlan and told Morlan shoot him. When Morlan attempted to remove the magazine they began to wrestle, then Bogle obtained the rifle, ejected the magazine and threw it to Morlan. Morlan began removing the rounds from the magazine and they began to wrestle again. Then Morlan left with his dog and met deputies. Deputies spoke to Bogle, who was intoxicated. He was charged with weapons while intoxicated and aggravated menacing.

Hannah Thomas, King Road, Salem, reported at 6:35 p.m. Saturday she could hear a woman yelling for help. Prior to that she heard a male voice screaming and it was followed by banging noises. Deputies spoke to numerous people in the area, but could not find the source of the screaming.

Claire Guesman, state Route 154, Rogers, reported at 11:56 p.m. Friday there was a suspicious vehicle in the area.

Rick Kyler at the East Palestine Country Club reported at 10:50 a.m. Wednesday sometime overnight someone entered the property with a truck and turfed the lawn (did doughnuts), causing damage to several places.

Deputy Willie Coleman reported at 1:53 a.m. Wednesday he was southbound on state Route 164 when a deer came up over the embankment in front of his patrol car. The deer was struck, damaging the left headlight, grill, hood and left front fender. Coleman was still able to drive the car back to the office.

Lee Hatton, no address listed, reported at 9:43 p.m. Tuesday his daughter returned to the house where she is house-sitting on U.S. Route 62 and found the side door open and all the lights on upstairs. Deputies checked the house and did not find anyone. The daughter did not see anything out of place.

Christinia Minich, South 15th Street, Sebring, reported at 6:52 p.m. Sept. 15 her 17-year-old son was assaulted and his vehicle damaged late at night on Sept. 13 while he was at the Duke and Duchess on U.S. Route 62. He reportedly was inside the store when a man in his early 20s came into the store, attempted to start a fight with him, then followed him outside and began punching and kicking her son’s vehicle.

June Clark, Salem Grange Road, Salem, reported at 4:22 p.m. Tuesday her ex-boyfriend used her utility trailer to move out and never brought it back. Steven Carson was found at a Teegarden Road address. He claims the trailer is really his, but is titled in her name. He agreed to have his cousin deliver the trailer to her home within an hour.

Hollie Tulgetske, Lowmiller Road, Minerva, reported at 8:32 p.m. Tuesday she and her husband had been at their son’s football scrimmage and began arguing about their relationship. When they returned home the argument continued, she told her husband she was leaving, grabbed their youngest son and left. There was no violence or threats of violence.

Deborah Hawkins, Homeworth Road, Homeworth, reported at 5:26 p.m. Tuesday they got a letter from Geico Insurance addressed to a relative. They attempted to contact Geico about the letter, but they would not speak to them about it without an account number.

Randy Manning, Bayard Road, Homeworth, reported at 5:05 p.m. Tuesday he and his wife are going through some marital problems and he was worried about her. Deputies checked on her.

Debbie Durst, U.S. Route 30, Kensington, reported at 10:03 p.m. Monday there was a possible burglary at another house. Deputies checked the house, but everything seemed secure.

Robert Blackmon, Kevin Drive, Alliance, reported at 6:35 a.m. Tuesday a neighbor banged on his trailer window and woke him up.

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Loretta Base, Frances Drive, Wellsville, reported at 9:13 a.m. Saturday her 12-year-old son went to a football game with his friend Friday night and never came home and he was supposed to call if he stayed at his friend’s home. A deputy checked on the home where she believed he was and found the boy.

Shadyside Home, Georgetown Road, Homeworth, reported at 7:19 a.m. Monday a developmentally disabled resident had walked away sometime in the early morning. Homeworth Fire Department members located the woman on Bowman Road. The caregiver told deputies the woman had told someone at about 3:30 a.m. she wanted to go out and smoke. At about 6:50 a.m. it had been discovered she had left. The woman told deputies she was trying to walk to her sister’s home in Niles.

Robert Henderson reported at 11:53 p.m. Friday his mother, Laurie Henderson, and her live-in boyfriend, Ralph Libert had argued about a phone, which led to a scuffle for the phone and Laurie getting struck in the back of the head. She told deputies everything was fine and did not want anything done. When deputies asked why she was being uncooperative, she told deputies Libert has all the money for them to live on and he would not give it to her. He shrugged his shoulders when asked about the allegations and was charged with domestic violence.

Nancy Waters, state Route 9, Hanoverton, reported at 12:16 a.m. Saturday two people were at the Huntington Bank ATM in New Garden cutting the machine apart attempting to steal the money from inside. The matter is under investigation.

Robert Held, Mahoning Avenue, Alliance, reported at 11:11 a.m. Sunday he found an open window and footprints under the open window at his son’s home, also on Mahoning Avenue in Knox Township, where some construction is in progress. Nothing was missing.

Jared Adams, West Main Street, Salineville, reported at 9:04 a.m. Friday his grandfather died about three weeks ago and the farm was left to Adams. Adams moved out of the farmhouse due to mold inside. However, about two weeks ago his uncle showed up and moved into the farmhouse. Adams went on Friday to feed the animals there and his 400-pound pig was missing. He believes his uncle may have taken the pig.

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James and Misti Chuey, 10117 Elkton Road, reported at 9 a.m. Sunday an X-Box, Play Station and 10 games, a screwdriver and fireproof safe containing several important items and documents were missing from the home. Mr. Chuey said the screwdriver was last known to be laying by the door and that the door was bent and the latch on the doorknob appeared to be damaged.

Dana Duffield, Center Avenue, Lisbon, reported at 12:20 p.m. Saturday that while camping at the lock off Luck Lock Road she became scared when she saw a gun in a vehicle she was a passenger in that was being driven by James Green. A deputy stopped the white 2003 Ford vehicle on Brookfield Avenue near state Route 45 and spoke with Green. During the stop the deputy discovered the vehicle was bearing fictitious and expired registration and contained a Hi-Point 9 millimeter located in a blue nylon bag within a small red gym bag in the middle of the dash. The handgun was seized for evidence and the car was towed by Baker Towing after being inventoried. Green was cited for fictitious registration and expired registration and given a Sept. 25 county Municipal Court date. Additional charges are pending.

Jamie Marino, Cunningham Road, Salem, reported at 1:49 p.m. Sunday his ex-girlfriend Jessica Davis was at his home to get their child and began “flipping out” and assaulted him. Davis told a deputy Marino had damaged her vehicle and was spitting at her after she went up to the home to get the child. She and Marino did not wish to press charges against each other and there was no evidence any physical violence occurred. Deputies did discover Marino did not have any paperwork set up by the court for visitation and he was advised to contact an attorney to set up the proper paperwork for his visitation rights. He and Davis were also told to exchange the child at a mutual location.

Ruth Alzes, Buck Road, reported at 8:17 a.m. Sunday that while walking the property she saw a red Chevy car parked at the barn and when she began to approach the vehicle left down the driveway, and after it was gone she found two window frames damaged on the old farmhouse and all the screen doors open. Alzes said she did not believe entry was gained to the farmhouse and nothing was missing from the property.

A deputy went to lot No. 3 of 48385 Carmel Achor Road at 11:12 a.m. Sunday to speak to the resident about riding four-wheelers on the road. The resident was not home.

Kathy Allason, Riffle Road, Rogers, reported at 2:45 p.m. Saturday she was harassed and threatened by her two neighbors, Tiffany Beverly and Tina Gailey. Allason said she was cutting grass when Beverly came out of her house over to her fence line, then got up onto the fence and began threatening to come over the fence to harm her, at which point Gailey also came out of the house and began to yell threats.

Deputies went to 18038 Fife Coal Road at 2:58 a.m. Saturday for a domestic called in by a girl, who reported her mom and stepfather were fighting. Shortly after, the girl called back claiming she meant to call a friend. Once deputies arrived at the home they found Kimberly Hays sitting on the passenger side front seat of her vehicle and the girl and an infant sitting in the rear seat of the SUV. Hays told a deputy she and Ian Wellington were arguing over him being on the computer and not with her on the couch. She did not report any violence took place. Wellington told the deputies Hays said when he joined her on the couch she began accusing him of cheating and lunged at him, striking him in the right eye, at which point he said he grabbed a phone book to call the police but Hays grabbed the phone to prevent him from calling. He also said that sometime during the struggle, in which Hays was holding the infant entire time, he ended up on the floor of the bathroom in a clothes basket and Hays took his phone and put it in her purse, and that when he attempted to get it back he broke the strap to her purse. Hays and Wellington did not wish to press charges against one another but Hays was charged with domestic violence based on the evidence supporting she had struck Wellington and prevented him from calling police, since there was a phone book in the bathroom with the emergency contact page ripped.

Terry Faulk, state Route 154, reported at 12:13 p.m. Saturday he got into a yelling match with Ed Hough at his home on Church Hill Road because Hough was accusing him of stealing a gun from his home.

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Eric Cline, Canton, asked deputies to check on his 12-year-old child at 4:19 p.m. Wednesday after he has been unable to reach his ex-girlfriend, Angela Strosnider, for his visitation. Deputies found she no longer lives at the address Cline gave them, but were able to reach her by phone. Strosnider told deputies she did not wish to talk to Cline and was ignoring his calls.

Vincent Gromley, state Route 45, Lisbon, reported at 2:50 p.m. Wednesday his mother used his personal information to open up credit card accounts and other accounts in his name without his knowledge. He only learned it happened after he received court papers and debt collector notices in the mail. She also took money from his bank account without permission.

Wanda Clark, Buck Road, Alliance, reported at 3:51 p.m. Wednesday that when her mail came, her bank statement from Chase Bank had been resealed with scotch tape. She was concerned someone had tampered with her mail.

Steve Chestnut, Depot Road, Lisbon, reported at 4:47 p.m. Wednesday Audrey Wendel had a verbal agreement with Amanda Speigle for payment of a vehicle. Wendel signed over the vehicle to Speigle before payment was received. Now Wendel had gone to Chestnut’s home to retrieve the vehicle. Deputies arrived, but the two women had come to an agreement.

Michael Lowe, Sprucevale Road, East Liverpool, reported at 7:43 p.m. Wednesday his girlfriend borrowed his vehicle and he wanted it back. Lowe then made arrangements with her and did not require any assistance.

Lance Roudebush, Buffalo Road, East Rochester, reported at 3:04 p.m. Wednesday Brian White came to his home and yelled obscenities from the end of the driveway.

David Treharne, Fredericktown Clarkson Road, Lisbon, reported at 3:56 p.m. Wednesday Jeremy Brown took his red 2004 Chevy truck and would not returned it. Treharne had the notarized title. When deputies called Brown, he claimed he gave Treharne money to purchase the truck. He agreed to return it and left it at the end of his grandfather’s driveway on 18th Street Heights so Treharne could retrieve it.

Sylvania Haught, Walnut Street, Rogers, reported at 2:23 p.m. Wednesday she went to the store in Rogers and when she came home her 32-inch flat-screen TV was missing.

Virginia Mills, Buffalo Road, Kensington, reported at 11:26 p.m. Thursday her boyfriend took her 2001 pickup, but he then returned it. He also allegedly told her if she did not give his mother’s keys back to him he would kill her. His mother had let her borrow a vehicle after the boyfriend took Mills’ truck. Mills was intoxicated and talking in circles. Deputies told her to file a report after she was sober.

Mills called deputies again and reported the boyfriend had come home and she felt threatened. Deputies spoke to the boyfriend who was pleasant and said he did not threaten her life. They both agreed to go to bed. Jane Febo of Salineville called deputies at 2:28 a.m. Friday reported Mills had called her and she could hear the boyfriend yelling in the background. When deputies arrived at the home for a third time, the lights were off and all was quiet. Mills came to the door and explained she called her sister and at that point the boyfriend yelled at her that he would kill her if she left him. She agreed to go to sleep and make a written statement in the morning.

Larry Giles, Boyd Road, Wellsville, reported at 11:02 a.m. Thursday someone at about 2:30 a.m. shot paintballs at his home. One dented the front door frame. He washed the paint from the house.

Amber Gardner, Wilbert Avenue, East Liverpool, reported at 9:40 p.m. Thursday while she was parked at an address on Center Road, Lisbon, someone struck her vehicle, damaging her driver’s side headlight, hood and front bumper.

Alicia Travis, Darner Road, Lisbon, reported at 9:10 p.m. Thursday someone called her home and asked if they were home. She was concerned someone was watching the house and saw a vehicle sitting in the driveway south of her house. Deputies checked the area, but did not find anyone.

Fern Osterling, Steubenville Pike, Lisbon, reported at 5:47 p.m. Thursday her son, Dennis Dotson, used her vehicle without permission. He also twisted her hand when he took the keys from her. Osterling asked deputies to remove her son’s girlfriend, Renee Snyder from her son’s house. Deputies told her she would have to file an eviction to have her removed. Osterling declined to pursue charges.

Irene Dowd, Roller Coaster Road, Lisbon, reported at 8:38 p.m. Thursday she believed someone was on her property because her motion lights were going on and off. Someone also moved a plant, which was on the back steps from the left side of the steps to the right side. Deputies checked the area, but did not locate anyone.

Elizabeth Moore, Carmel Achor Road, Negley, reported at 10:31 a.m. Tuesday she had four charges made to her Home Savings checking account, which she did not make. The first was to $2 in California. The second was a $97 charge in Texas. The third and fourth were for $2.95 and $4.25 to California and Florida.

Hoopes Fertilizer, U.S. Route 30, Minerva, reported at 11:18 a.m. Tuesday there was a suspicious truck at the side of their building with a flat tire and a whole load of scrap. There were two people in the truck, Brooks Posey of Canton and George Swogger of Canton, who told deputies he was given the scrap by his cousin Gary Swogger at a place in Kensington. He then took deputies to a house on Main Street and said that was where he took the items out of Gary Swogger’s truck and placed it in his own. The scrap metal was photographed and both people were warned about returning to the Hoopes Fertilizer property before they were sent on their way.

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Daniel Peterson, Hartley Road, Homeworth, reported at 6:49 p.m. Monday his stepson is “terrorizing” his mother. Peterson said he has told his stepson to stay off his property, but he keeps returning. Deputies spoke to Alex Virden and warned him not to return unless he is invited.

Walter Mobley, Kensington, reported at 11:46 p.m. Monday some people who scammed him out of money before called to tell him his wife signed some papers to have some of their body parts removed for money. Deputies explained they are attempting to scare him and he should hang up on them or not answer.

Elizabeth Conrad, North Shore Drive, Beloit, reported at 1:58 p.m. Monday the neighbor put an old toilet on her property and when she attempted to move it, she broke it. The neighbor, identified as Mr. Kelly, said he did not believe he put the toilet on her property and was disputing where the property line is actually located. The deputy asked him to remove it and he did.

Christina Schubert, South 12th Street, Beloit, reported at 2:42 p.m. Sunday someone attempted to break into her home sometime early Sunday. The back door was locked when she went to bed Saturday and when she awoke Sunday the door was unlocked and partially open with the chain stopping it from opening all the way.

Nichalous Steele, Glasgow Road, Lisbon, reported at 3:50 p.m. Monday his ex-girlfriend, Nicole Pettia of Canal Fulton, has been sending him harassing text and Facebook messages. Deputies spoke to Pettia and told her to have no further contact with Steele.

Layne Lattanzio, Carmel Achor Road, Rogers, reported at 10:45 p.m. Monday while he was at work earlier someone entered his home and took a jug of coins, a 50-inch TV and a 30-30 rifle.

Bradley Bartlett, Walker Road, East Liverpool, reported at 2:39 p.m. Monday someone broke into his storage locker on Strader Road sometime between Sunday and then. He was compiling a list of missing items.

JoAnn Ferry, Crestview Road, Leetonia, reported at 3:13 p.m. Tuesday someone attempted to sell her an extended warranty on her car using her Farmers National credit card. She canceled the card with her bank.

Ashley Poteet Davis, Gromley Road, Salem, reported at 3:35 p.m. Tuesday her boyfriend came home and found her front door open. Two flat-screen TVs, a Hi-point 9 mm handgun and miscellaneous jewelry were stolen.

Alan Cornell, East Liverpool Road, Lisbon, reported at noon Tuesday he and his wife left at 8 a.m. and when they returned home they found a gray 2008 Honda Accord coupe with Pennsylvania plates in the driveway and his 1995 motor home missing from the driveway. Someone also had entered the garage and took a pair of old black Starter tennis shoes, a red flannel insulated shirt, a green raincoat and a 100-foot yellow extension cord. Someone rummaged through his 1937 Plymouth and took the registration and insurance card. Additionally, Cornell found a pair of black Air Jordan basketball shoes, a blue/green and gray plaid shirt and a black buckled camouflaged belt with a star design, items which did not belong to him. Buttons were found on the floor, apparently from the plaid shirt. In the front seat of the Accord was a bag of plaid shirts and various other items and dog hair was found in the back seat.

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Donald Merreot, Metz Road, Columbiana, reported at 6:02 p.m. Sunday his neighbor saw a tan Blazer, which often travels up Metz Road, pull into Merreot’s driveway, back up and strike their mailbox. Dorothy Merreot told deputies this is the third time in 11 years the mailbox has been knocked over.

Jennifer Persano, state Route 558, Leetonia, reported a possible domestic situation in the Breezeway Mobile Manor at 9:27 p.m. Friday after she heard a woman screaming and saw a man grab her and toss her to the ground. Breanne Little spoke to deputies, telling them she and her husband argued, she attempted to leave and he followed her. When he caught her he threw her to the ground. She refused to pursue charges.

Margaret Kean, Hilltop Drive, Lisbon, reported at 11:18 p.m. Sunday while she was getting groceries someone tampered with an electrical wire for her mobile home. The wire was still arching and could have caught something on fire, Kean said, but she refused an offer to send the fire department and said she had already reconnected it.

Christina Bowser, Lisbon, reported at 9:01 p.m. Saturday she was camping at Beaver Creek State Campground when she learned from Facebook someone had entered her house and was leaving with things in her hands. Multiple bottles of shampoo and Prozac pills were taken. A 17-year-old witness told deputies she saw Dana Duffield there, wearing blue sweatpants and a blue sweater. Deputies went to Duffield’s home. She claimed to have been in bed all day. She was wearing a blue pajama outfit. The matter is being sent to the prosecutor’s office for review.

James St. Clair, Gage, Okla., reported an assault at 12:56 a.m. Saturday. He just moved here and was driving on Richardson Avenue in Negley when he saw two men come out of the woods. The men waved for help, but when he stopped, they attacked him. They grabbed him and punched him in the face, while he defended himself by hitting on man in the throat. He managed to get back into his vehicle and flee.

Melinda Vrable, Columbiana Waterford Road, Columbiana, reported a loud party at 1:03 a.m. Saturday. Deputies spoke to people at the party, all of whom were of legal drinking age. They agreed to turn the music down.

Cows were reported in the roadway on Trinity Church Road near Gavers Road at 3:07 a.m. Saturday. Deputies found two black cows in the road and stopped at the nearest farm, where the woman said they may belong to the Hoppels. The home was called and the cows retrieved.

Tamara Ray-Richards, Niagara Falls, N.Y., reported a possible assault on Campbell Road in Hanover Township at 11:39 p.m. Saturday. Deputies spoke to Betty Ray and her son, Robert Ray, who said his sister Tamara was highly intoxicated, became irritable in the home and wanted to drive to a hotel. He would not give her the keys and her mother hugged her, but she became angry with her mother. Betty Ray then pushed her away so not to get hit. Tamara Ray-Richards told deputies her brother took her keys and her mother attacked her. Deputies took her to the Frola Motel so she could sleep it off.

Amy Harbour, state Route 7, New Waterford, reported at 7:36 p.m. Thursday there was a vehicle parked in a field. The vehicle was gone when deputies arrived.

Michelle Low, Taylor Road, Negley, reported at 8:10 p.m. Friday she has had problems in the past with her neighbor and now the neighbor is videotaping her son riding his bike in front of their house.

Donna Manning, Bayard Road, Homeworth, reported at 2:21 p.m. Friday she received a call from Home Savings after her bank card was used at BJ Wholesale in New York on Aug. 30 for $104. She had not been to New York and did not know the business.

Dan Dustman, North Price Street, Salem, reported at 7:37 p.m. Monday he was browsing the Internet when a pop-up claiming to be from the federal government appeared and requested he pay money. He tried to exit the screen and his computer froze up.

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Larry Landsberger, Parkview Drive, Lisbon, reported at 7:29 a.m. Sunday an assault weapon was being shot without a backstop and the shooter may be a convicted felon. Two deputies checked the area on Lisa Lane, but did not see anyone. However, the deputies heard someone cough near a swamp area, walked that direction and said “Sheriff’s office, who’s there.” Two shots were fired and deputies drew their weapons taking cover behind a large tree. The deputies yelled for the person to show themselves and heard a voice say they were coming out. Tim Muscari came from the swamp holding his shotgun in a safe manner over his shoulder and told deputies he was hunting geese.

A large fight was reported at Lock 24 by an employee at 11:40 p.m. Saturday. Deputies met with the manager, who reported the people involved had left.

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Deputies responded Friday to Lotze Drive in East Palestine for a domestic dispute where Heather Compton, 27, reported Matthew Runkles, 28, same address, had come home and began to go through her cell phone. She reported he found some messages he didn’t like and became upset, grabbing her by the throat and trying to remove her from the car in which they were seated. This occurred in front of her young child, according to Compton, who had visible red marks on her neck, according to reports. Runkles denied touching Compton but was charged with domestic violence.

Nathaniel Miller, Middle Beaver Road, Lisbon, reported tools stolen from a construction trailer owned by WRM Construction which had been parked at a job site on Middle Beaver Road.

Len Hartstine, state Route 154, Lisbon, reported receiving a call from someone claiming to represent the Ohio Edison billing department telling him someone was en route to disconnect his electric due to a past due bill. He was told to pay the $500 bill immediately by money order, which he did, then called the person back and was advised an additional $495.33 had to be paid. When he told the man that was all he had, the man advised he would call the next day for final payment. Meanwhile, Hartstine’s wife called the power company, which advised they had been scammed. They learned the phone number originated in Germany.

A burglary was reported by Matt Keller, state Route 7, New Waterford, during which a rifle and shotgun were taken.

Nick Amato, Fieldstone Road, East Liverpool, reported at 12:21 p.m. Saturday trespassers on ATVs in the area of McCormick Run and Glasgow Road. Deputies were unable to contact the ATVs.

Deputies assisted Salineville police regarding an assault reported by Misty Ketchum, Academy Street, Salineville. Deputies attempted to look for Abby Pierson, but could not find her.

Rachel Deremer, Carolina Avenue, Chester, W.Va., reported at 3:39 p.m. she and her son left Pondi’s Restaurant and realized he left his iPad Mini in a lime green and gray case on the table. When she called the restaurant throughout the day, no one turned it in. She said she then called Apple, which advised her to contact a law enforcement agency.

Holly Hughes, Wheathill Road, East Palestine, reported Sunday that she picked up her friend, who was fighting with her husband, and the woman’s husband followed them, blocking her in the driveway. Her friend got out of the car and walked to get away from her husband, and Hughes wanted deputies to check on her friend. Deputies spoke with the woman, who said there was no domestic dispute, and her husband, who said he did not want his wife around Hughes because she does drugs.

Deputies were asked to check on the welfare of a woman at Barnett’s Motel by a woman who said her son is known to abuse the woman. The woman at the motel appeared to be fine and said everything was OK, according to deputies, who checked the man for warrants, but found none.

Katie Shaum, Kelly Park Road, Columbiana, reported the family returned home Sunday from church to find the front door pried open and the security chain broken. A cash register drawer was thrown on the floor with about $20 and change taken. A notebook computer, cuff links and $70 cash were also taken. Shaum’s sister reported seeing a vehicle in the driveway just before 10 a.m.

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Patricia Risen, Georgetown Road, Homeworth, reported at 5:01 p.m. Tuesday her daughter has been receiving threats from a man she knows, who says he will come to her home and damage it.

Andy Spooner, state Route 517, New Waterford, reported at 6:52 p.m. Sunday his ex-girlfriend, Cait Godocisk, attempted to enter his home and he wanted deputies to inform her she’s no longer welcome on his property.

Mark Poisson, Salem Alliance Road, Salem, reported at 12:42 p.m. Tuesday he received a call and when he looked at the caller ID his business’ name, Vinyl is Final, and his number were displayed. The automated voice on the line offered to help him lower his bills and interest rate and he was concerned someone is using his business number to solicit for another company.

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Rudolph Maroscher, Salem Grange Road, Salem, reported at 4:30 p.m. Monday he has been having cash stolen from his business office over the past couple months. Rudolph said on a couple of occasions about $35 has been missing each time from an accountant’s desk. Then on another occasion someone cut the padlock off the cash drawer inside a locked office and took two cash bags with about $100 in each bag.

David Held, Mahoning Avenue, Alliance, reported at 8:31 a.m. Tuesday his son is building a home next door and sometime overnight someone entered the house and stole tools belonging to his drywalling contractor. Jeff Gonser, who works for Hahn Construction, reported at 9:40 a.m. Tuesday they had left items in a closet at the home overnight. In the morning they found a portable generator and a tool bag missing.

Gayle Biser of Century Industries Corp., state Route 7, New Waterford, reported Tuesday sometime overnight someone stole 32 five-gallon buckets of driveway sealer from in front of the store outside. Additionally, on Friday someone stolen 28 five-gallon buckets of driveway sealer and seven bags of driveway patch. The total for all the items taken on the two occasions is estimated at $2,200.

Julia Woods, state Route 45, Lisbon, reported at 4:06 p.m. Monday she found a bicycle in the weeds behind her trailer while she was walking her dog.

Dana Duffield, Center Avenue, Lisbon, reported at 7:14 p.m. Monday she returned home after being away for a few days to find items missing from her home, including 30 pairs of American Eagle jeans, a drawer full of bras and thongs, her KY Jelly and her neon stripper pole.

Leeann Kelly, Scroggs Road, Lisbon, reported at 10:36 a.m. Friday she was parked in the lot of Circle Rehabilitation and Pathways when another vehicle struck her vehicle. Paul Taylor, state Route 45, Lisbon, told deputies his truck must have slipped out of gear after he went inside.

Monica Allison, state Route 644, Salineville, reported at 9:21 a.m. Monday someone stole her Samsung Galaxy Three phone while she was in Family Dollar on state Route 45, Lisbon, on Sunday. She believes someone entered through the moon roof, took the case off and took only the phone.

Dakota Boyer, Slater Road, Salem, reported at 6:53 a.m. Monday sometime after midnight someone poured green paint all over her Dodge Avenger parked in the driveway. The weather stripping on the front door was also found cut.

KLG asked deputies for assistance with a combative patient at a Glasgow Road, Lisbon, home at 10:23 a.m. Tuesday. The man’s mother told deputies he is autistic and has other mental issues. He has been acting up for the past couple days. He spoke to deputies and agreed to go with KLG to Salem Regional Medical Center.

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An attorney representing Planck Trading Solution LLC asked deputies to patrol the area formerly known as Oak Tree outside of Wellsville, which has been used for years by people riding their ATVs. The property has now been posted “Private Property Absolutely No Trespassing.” On Aug. 31 deputies went to the area on ATVs and found nine people on the property n Gregory G. Warner, Chardon; Charles Matthew Davis Jr., Wellsville; Robert D. Gallion Jr., Big Prairie; Dwayne E. Hosmer, Wooster; Mark T. Galbraith, Wooster; Robert W. Kirk, Wooster; Jonathon D. Lovejoy, Madison; Vance H. Vandriest, Chardon; and Katlyne M. Hutchinson, Elyria. Each were told they will be cited with trespassing.

Carole Fisher, state Route 517, Lisbon, reported at 2:53 p.m. Thursday she was threatened by a person who came to her home at about 2:20 p.m.

Bill Mayer, state Route 164, Lisbon, reported Sept. 2, he owns property on Darner Road and is selling it on a land contract, but the person who lives there has damaged the property. The furnace was removed from the trailer and parts of it thrown into a dumpster outside. There were soft spots in the floor probably from leaking water and the water heater had a hole in it. The pole barn had horse stalls in it, but now parts of them were burnt in a fire pit. The metal grate on the top portion of the stalls was missing. Deputies told him it is a civil matter.

Suspicious activity was reported in the area of Whinnery and King roads, Salem, at 5:53 a.m. Friday. William Arkwright and Jonathan Campbell were in the field to the northwest of the intersection, but claimed they were there with the permission of the landowner to hunt geese.

Deputies responded to a 911 call and went to a Taylor Road, Rogers, home at 3:10 p.m. Friday, where a woman told them they are having issues with their Internet and phone. She did not know 911 had been called from the phone, but she was on the phone with her service provider when deputies arrived.

Kristin Morgan, Crestview Road, New Waterford, reported at 5:01 p.m. Sunday her 14-year-old son has gone to the neighbor’s house down the road and planned on staying there until morning. She did not want him there. Deputies explained she should tell her son he is not allowed to go there anymore and if he refuses to listen she could go file unruly charges.

A possible domestic situation was reported at 9:33 p.m. Sunday at a Steubenville Pike home. Deputies were unable to contact anyone at the home.

Martia Pereira, Parshall Street, Wellsville, was charged with disorderly conduct for refusing to listen to deputies assisting Highlandtown VFD personnel and an ambulance with a medical call at 10:27 p.m. Sunday.

Hope Andrews, Riggs Drive, East Palestine, reported a domestic dispute at 10:27 p.m. Sunday. She and James Andrews had just got home from a bar and had been arguing. James Andrews said he was sleeping when she came into their bedroom and ripped off his sleeping mask. Although he had scratch marks, he refused to prosecute.

A Lisbon Road, Salem, mother reported at 2:22 p.m. Friday her 14-year-old daughter came home sick from school and then wanted to go skating. When her mother told her no she began yelling, having an anxiety attack and making threats to harm herself. A KLG ambulance was sent to the home and the teen was transported to SRMC for evaluation.

Tammy Nemes, East Main Street, East Palestine, reported at 1:44 p.m. Friday her 19-year-old son, Zachary, was assaulted while at a party on Darner Road at 2 a.m. on Aug. 31. He received medical treatment at Boardman St. Elizabeth Hospital.

James Parice, Brown Street, Lisbon, reported a burglary at 11:32 p.m. Thursday. The matter is under investigation.

A burglary alarm was reported at Elkrun Industries, state Route 7, Rogers, at 12:48 a.m. Saturday. The front door was found kicked open with a muddy shoeprint on the door. A second interior door was kicked in with a shoeprint also on the door, but the business owner came and found nothing missing. The same shoeprint was also found around the building near the windows.

Evan McMullen, U.S. Route 30, Minerva, reported at 8:23 p.m. Saturday he believed his girlfriend took his Ford F-150 truck. Then when he was asked to fill out a stolen vehicle report, he said he was going to bed and would do it another day.

Chantel Temple, Center Avenue, Lisbon, reported at 7:40 p.m. Thursday she lives with Allen Ingledue and two girls came inside the home, Cheryl Emory and Linda Dapollonia. Temple said one of them threw something close to her baby and were yelling and screaming at Ingledue. They also reportedly threatened Temple and chased her into the basement. The two women claimed they did not do anything or throw anything. They only had a problem with Ingledue.

Nathan Brownfield, Bayard Road, Minerva, reported at 9:52 p.m. Thursday, his neighbor he does not know has been harassing him about a civil issue regarding their property.

Kevin Mackey, Texas Street, Wellsville, reported suspicious activity and possible shooting in the area at 9:47 p.m. Saturday. Deputies checked the area, but found no one.

Mark Rishel, Kevin Drive, Alliance, reported at 9:16 p.m. Friday he came home and found his PS3 and HDMI cable missing. The game center was rented from Rent-A-Center in Salem.

Michael Lesch, Georgetown Road, Damascus, reported at 6:25 p.m. Friday he saw a waste truck with a hose in a ditch on Georgetown Damascus Road and he believed it was dumping something.

Venus Wittenauer, North Market Street, East Palestine, reported at 4:30 p.m. Friday she hired Dan Schlueter’s plumbing business to do some work, but she wanted an estimate before any work was started. She found the plumbers had already started working and determined the estimate was too expensive so she fired them. Someone began snipping parts and made water go everywhere before leaving. Schlueter said Wittenauer gave him permission to go ahead before the estimate was written out. Deputies told them it is a civil matter.

Helen Moffett, Taylor Road, Negley, reported at 4:32 p.m. Thursday one of two people driving an Olds Alero backed into her GMC Yukon. Wendell Beatty Jr, who was in the vehicle with Moffett and their children, claimed one of the men confronted him and he thought they wanted to fight. Beatty told them he was calling the sheriff and both men left.

Darren Walter, Buck Road, reported at 10:42 a.m. Friday, while he was at his mother’s home she received a call from a woman with a foreign accent claiming to be with one of his mother’s medical care providers. The woman also knew his mother’s Social Security number, address and phone number, as well as his mother’s medical condition. However, his mother was suspicious of the call.

William Carr, Wildwood Drive, Beloit, reported at 9:42 a.m. Friday someone was putting flyers into mailboxes on the street stating the Westville Lake Association will hold its annual picnic on Sept. 28. Carr’s wife confronted the woman and told her to stop because it is illegal.

Connie Cline, Ellyson Road, East Rochester, reported at 9:35 p.m. Friday her step-daughter Christine Ryhal, 21, left three weeks ago to go to Columbiana and other places, but she had not heard from her since, except for one text message a week ago.

Wilma Hilliard, state Route 9, Kensington, reported a possible prowler in a nearby abandoned home at 8:20 p.m. Friday. The person was gone and a lock on the door indicated it may have been the bank securing the property.

David Taylor, Steubenville, reported an assault at 7:29 p.m. Friday. Luke Trimmel and his employee Taylor were returning home from work driving separate vehicles. When they turned onto Oak Court some neighbors began yelling obscenities at them. Trimmel got out to open the gate to his property and two men and a woman came up to Taylor’s van throwing punches at him. The woman reportedly had a pry bar and was hitting Taylor with it. Deputies spoke with the neighbors Tonya Robinson, Glen Orr, Joseph Brandon Jr. and his wife, Amy Perdue. The first three said they are tired of Trimmel blaring foul music and driving fast up the road, endangering children. They claimed that day the two men nearly struck someone in the street and then made an obscene gesture. They went over to confront them and claim Taylor got out a box cutting knife, which he was swinging around. Perdue said Orr slapped the knife away and it struck Taylor’s cheek. The matter was sent to the prosecutor’s office for review.

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Gary McCoy, Wisner Road, Hanoverton, reported hunters shooting at geese at 7:46 a.m. Sunday and the pellets from their shotguns were hitting his house. Deputies saw about 13 pellets on the front porch. State wildlife officer Jesse Janosik arrived and took photos. Both the deputy and the wildlife officer spoke to the hunters, Cody Hunter of Berlin Center and Derrick Taylor of Beloit. The area is designated for hunting, but due to the complaint, they were asked to hunt in a different spot for the day.

Ty Tomlinson, Butler Grange Road, Salem, reported at 10:05 a.m. Sunday his mailbox was destroyed and a vinyl sign was damaged at the end of his driveway.

Candy Johnson, Hull Road, Salineville, reported her neighbor, Greg Patterson, was driving by her driveway on his ATV, yelling obscenities and throwing beer cans at 5:44 p.m. Saturday. Deputies checked the area, but did not find Patterson there. He was located at his home intoxicated and warned about bothering his neighbors and riding his ATV on the road.

Deputies assisted a father on Black Road, who called for an ambulance at 4:50 p.m. Saturday due to his infant having a hard time breathing. The infant was crying and breathing when deputies were there and the baby was transported by KLG to Akron Children’s Hospital in Boardman.

John Howard, Kevin Drive, Alliance, called 911 at 1:15 p.m. Sunday asking for someone to be removed or threatening he would do it himself. Deputies found injuries to both Howard and Lori Karnes, who were both extremely intoxicated. Clumps of hair and drops of blood were found on the kitchen floor. Howard claimed Karnes hit him in the head with a frying pan. Karnes said she was dragged around the kitchen by the hair. A neighbor, Mark Rishel, told deputies he saw Howard on top of Karnes, hitting her in the head in the front yard. Later Rishel saw Karnes walking on the street toward Howard with a red jack handle in her hand. Both Howard and Karnes were charged with domestic violence.

Dawn Wells, Riffle Road, Rogers, reported at 9:16 a.m. Sunday her 1990 Ford Real-lite RV was parked on state Route 154 in front of the Rogers Sale with a “For Sale” sign on it and someone cut off the catalytic converter.

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Heather Anderson, U.S. Route 30, East Rochester, reported she has been having ongoing problems with a prowler watching and entering her property. On Thursday her father found someone damaged the lock on her door, and she believes they may have tried to pick the lock. Additionally, her window screen was found popped off a window and the grass behind the house was matted down where it appeared someone may have been standing to watch her.

Kent Polen, Beaver Local Schools superintendent, reported at 11 a.m. Thursday information was found on a 16-year-old student’s cell phone by a family member, which may indicate he is supplying drugs such as marijuana, pills, mollie and K2 spice to other students. The boy attends the Career Center in the morning and goes to the high school in the afternoon. The boy’s locker was searched, but nothing noteworthy was found. The matter was turned over to the drug task force.

Ed Dailey of Madison Township road crew, state Route 45, Lisbon, reported at 7:49 a.m. Thursday, on Tuesday someone took the road signs at County Airport Road and Cameron Road. The missing signs were a stop sign, a speed limit sign and a bend in the road sign.

A domestic dispute was reported at John and Helens Third Generation Bar in Kensington at 6:02 p.m. Thursday. Deputies learned Kimberly Clemens assaulted her husband Ronnie Clemens and then left before deputies arrived. She was found just down the road and was charged with domestic violence and criminal trespassing, because she was previously banned from the bar for fighting.

Cheryl Emory, Black Road, Lisbon, and Linda Dapollonia, Avondale Avenue, East Liverpool, reported at 8:35 p.m. Thursday a man they know attacked Emory about some rumors. The man allegedly came into Emory’s bedroom, grabbed her by the face and forcefully threw her into a closet. He fled before deputies arrived.

Cody Yeagley, Columbia Street, Leetonia, reported at 2:23 p.m. Saturday he was assaulted by Justin Luketic, Kyle Luketic and Brian Styen after picking up Kandyce Florie, Justin’s girlfriend, at her residence. The three men followed Yeagley trying to get him to stop, and Yeagley drove down Industrial Road in an attempt to lose them, only to realize it was a dead end. Yeagley and Justin exchanged words and shoved each other before Yeagley was taken down and punched by all three. Florie then left with Justin. Yeagley suffered a broken nose and cuts to his lip and shoulder. After statements were taken, Yeagley requested to file charges which are pending.

James Clark, Churchill Road, Lisbon, reported at 2:40 p.m. Saturday someone broke into his pole building and took two Jonsered chainsaws.

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Christina Grimes, Bayard Road, Minerva, reported at 5:20 p.m. Tuesday she lives with her grandmother. Grimes let her cousin come over and let him in a shed. Then some beer she had on the porch was taken.

Ella Fernandez, Geiselman Road, Minerva, reported she was driving on state Route 172 near Homeworth Road when she was sideswiped by another vehicle at 5:49 a.m. Wednesday. She was unable to get a description of the other vehicle, which kept going.

Two teenage boys got into a fight during dinner on Wednesday at the county juvenile detention facility on County Home Road in Center Township. A 16-year-old boy began punching a 14-year-old boy in the face, sending the younger boy to the hospital.

Herb Heck, Fairfield School Road, Columbiana, reported being assaulted by his girlfriend at his home at 8:24 p.m. Wednesday. Elizabeth Hargreaves, 35, of Union Ridge Road, Rogers, was charged with assault.

A 15-year-old boy was taken to the Tobin Center for domestic violence after an altercation with his mother grandmother at a home on Walnut in Middleton Township on Wednesday.

Chandler Harris, state Route 172, reported Wednesday she did not want her son, Larry Harris, driving one of her vehicles because he does not have a valid license. Larry said he paid for the vehicle even though it was registered to his mother. Larry was given a ride into Lisbon to wait on a friend to pick him up.

A deputy responded at 3:47 p.m. Wednesday to a reported intentional accident with injuries on Knox School Road just south of Hartley Road. Highway patrol Sgt. Craig Monte also responded and handled the situation.

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Anita Tschppatt, Clewell Road, Lisbon, reported at 6:54 p.m. Monday she is being harassed by Kendra Chestnut. She also claimed the Chestnuts are neglecting their dogs, adding there is no dog food at the home and it is infested with fleas.

Barbara Coffee, Camp Boulevard, Hanoverton, reported at 3:33 p.m. Monday an injured man was lying on her front sidewalk with a head injury. Deputies spoke with her husband, Jim Coffee, who said Howard Patterson came to the house and knocked on the front door. When he answered, the dog ran out and knocked Patterson off balance. Patterson fell backward hitting his head, then the dog got upset when Coffee grabbed for it and it bit Patterson on the leg. Patterson was taken to Salem Regional Medical Center by KLG.

Tim Jones, Buck Road, Salem, reported at 5:10 p.m. Monday he found a loaded Bersa .380 handgun while trimming his pear tree in the yard. There was one round in the chamber and one in the magazine.

Malakia Hilton of Appalachian Trailer Sales, state Route 9, Salem, reported at 8:35 a.m. Monday someone stole a black, 2014 Appalachian dump trailer from the lot between noon Sunday and 7 a.m. Monday.

Sarah Eason, Grant Street, Lisbon, reported a domestic argument at 6:45 p.m. Monday. Rachel Eason told deputies she and her daughter had been arguing all day and she wanted deputies to make her daughter respect her. Deputies explained respect is something taught to a child, but her daughter is an adult and it may be time for her daughter to find somewhere else to live.

Ray Rudibaugh, Roller Coaster Road, Lisbon, reported at 7:54 p.m. Saturday someone broke out a window in his home and cut the copper water pipes out of his basement. He additionally reported the theft of a VHS player, telephones and a TV converter.

James Sprague, McCracken Road, Salem, reported at 12:42 a.m. Saturday his father stole his X-Box to teach him a lesson about money. Deputies spoke to the father, Chad Rose, and he returned the X-Box.

Bernard Clutter, Cunningham Road, Salem, reported Monday sometime between 5 p.m. Friday and 1 p.m. Monday someone stolen nine chains, nine binders and two 25-foot PGT tarps from his 2014 Big Bubba Retinour trailer, which was attached to his 2009 International truck. The chains and binders are valued at $300 while the tarps are worth $500 each.

Roberta Walker, Rose Drive, Lisbon, reported at 12:39 p.m. Monday concerns about Jean Heim, 88, who is suffering from dementia. Deputies confirmed she was confused and had not been taking her medications. She was transported to Salem Regional Medical Center for evaluation.

Valery Buchannan, Macklin Road, New Waterford, reported at 7:18 p.m. Sunday there was a suspicious, dark blue Dodge van driving slowly through the area. Deputies checked, but did not find the vehicle.

Goshen Township police reported at 6:36 p.m. Sunday they had a warrant for Robert Lee McMaster, Spillway Road, Hanoverton. Deputies knocked and identified themselves before entering the trailer. Jennifer Seacrist was found walking down the hallway and she grabbed a small dog. When asked she told deputies no one else was there. Deputies then located McMaster hiding in the closet of the bedroom, but he told deputies he was Craig McMaster. Deputies found Seacrist has a protection order against her, keeping her away from a girl, Ashton McMaster, who was at the trailer and Sharon Donnelly, who was not there at the time but at the park laundromat. Both McMaster and Seacrist were taken into custody.

Deputies were called to a domestic violence dispute on Steubenville Pike at 4 a.m. Saturday. Denise Hays and her live-in boyfriend, Timothy Homan were outside yelling and he was carrying a beer. Both had been drinking. She claimed he hit her in the face, but declined to pursue charges. He claimed she hit him earlier, but he also declined to pursue charges. Deputies told them to sleep it off in separate rooms and left, only to be called back again. The two were still outside yelling and cursing at each other loudly. Deputies again warned them to go back inside and go to bed. Instead of leaving, deputies stayed parked in front of the trailer and shortly saw them going into each other’s rooms to loudly yell and curse at each other some more. Both were charged with disorderly conduct.

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Shane E. Thompson, Grant Street, Lisbon, was charged with domestic violence early Saturday morning after reportedly grabbing Alisa Groff with such force that her shirt was ripped off and then throwing her into a bathtub while the two were arguing. Groff ran to her parents’ home down the street and called the sheriff’s office.

Quint Witherow, Steubenville Pike, Lisbon, called at 5:36 a.m. Saturday from Clear Creek on state Route 7 to report his vehicle was missing. He called back later to say it had been returned.

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Russ Vandercook, Streetsboro, reported at 4:21 p.m. Friday a theft while at the Rogers Sale.

Dave Hrovatic, Winona Road, Salem, reported at 6:49 p.m. Friday a white van with black stripes stopped at his residence and asked him about home remodeling, but Hrovatic noticed the man had no tools with him, and the van reportedly drove by several times throughout the night.

A highway patrol trooper picked up a mentally unstable woman found walking on state Route 39 and returned her to her home on West Main in Salineville. Neighbors told a deputy of problems they have been having with er just walking into their homes unannounced. The woman refused to seek medical treatment but eventually was restrained and then agreed to go to Trinity West.

Penny Wisbeth, Hazel Run Road, Salineville, called for a deputy at 5:48 a.m. Sunday. Upon arrival, the deputy spoke with an intoxicated Casey Korbel, who said her husband, Aaron, had assaulted after asking her to come to the residence. Mr. Korbel reportedly grabbed his wife by the ponytail and neck, but the deputy did not observe any marks on her. Wisbeth told a different story. She said Mrs. Korbel showed up unannounced and kicked the door open when her husband would not let her in. She said Mr. Korbel did shove his wife back outside as she was assaulting him. None of the parties wished to file charges, and Mrs. Korbel was given a ride to her home on state Route 39.

Kevin Gregory, Pancake-Clarkson Road, Rogers, reported Saturday his mother had taken his dog and has yet to return it and she also allegedly broke his Xbox. Gregory was advised this was a civil matter. The deputy later spoke to his mother, who said she took the dog to give it a much-needed vinegar bath to relieve some sores and that she would return the dog later.

Gregory Travis, Elkton-West Point Road, Elkrun Township, reported Thursday his Fisher miniblind was stolen.

Russ Vandecrook of Streetsboro reported a Norinco 1911A1 .45-caliber handgun was stolen Friday from his stand at the Rogers Community Auction.

Denzil Collins, Camp Road, Guilford Lake, reported at 9 p.m. Thursday that he believed his neighbor was deliberately spraying his vehicle with rocks and weeds while using a weed wacker.

A 911 hang-up call was received from the Sias residence on Elkton Road, Elkrun Township, at 5:15 p.m. Friday. Upon arrival, the deputy spoke to the Sias family, who told him everything was fine and that a juvenile must have mistakenly dialed 911. The deputy spoke to the juvenile, who also said everything was fine.

James Metalik, Riffle Road, Negley, reported at 11:52 p.m. Saturday he wanted his girlfriend to leave because she was breaking property and threatening to make false statements to law enforcement. Metalik was told there was nothing they could do since she lived there. Deputies spoke with the girlfriend, Kimberly Spencer, who accused Metalik of beating her up, but she had no signs of being assaulted. Spencer decided to leave and called her brother to get her.

A deputy assisted the a highway patrol trooper in regard to an incident on Spillway Road in Guilford Lake at 1:13 a.m. Saturday after the trooper used a Taser gun on someone.