Columbiana County Sheriff
Thomas McLaughlin Jr., North Pleasant Drive, East Palestine, reported at 4:59 p.m. Tuesday he came home to find someone had kicked in the back door of his trailer. His mattress was missing from the bedroom and he later found the mattress had been burnt in his fire pit outside. Numerous nails were found all over the driveway. He gave deputies the name of a possible suspect.
Robert Rudder, Willow Lane, Wellsville, reported at 11:38 a.m. Monday he had received mail on Oct. 21 from Synchrony Bank about nine credit cards recently issued in the names of his wife, his son and himself. None of them applied for any cards.
Mike Lombardozzi, Old Irondale Road, Wellsville, reported at 7:56 p.m. Wednesday his soon to be ex-wife Opal Lombardozzi was threatening to tear up and burn his camper. His friend is currently renting the camper and using it on their property. He left to avoid any further problems with his wife.
Randy Colian, Niles, reported at 8:52 a.m. Monday he works for Farmers National Bank and he was out at a property on state Route 558, which is currently owned by the bank. Several items had been stolen from inside the home, including several interior doors, the furnace, ceiling fixtures, the dishwasher, the downstairs toilet and vanity, a heat pump unit and central air conditioning unit. The items had been there as of Saturday.
Sheriff’s deputies served an arrest warrant on Denver Stonestreet on Spillway Road, Guilford Lake, at 11:53 a.m. Thursday. While arresting Stonestreet, deputies saw Scott A. Rice call someone on his cellphone and he could be overheard threatening to assault the person on the other end and the person’s mother. Rice said he was talking to his nephew, who he suspects — along with the nephew’s mother — of tipping off the sheriff’s office as to Stonestreet’s whereabouts. Rice, 58, was arrested for menacing.
Kelsi Garwood, Lower Elkton Road, Leetonia, reported Thursday her estranged husband opened a credit card in her name and has run up $8,624 bill. The couple are in the process of divorcing, and Garwood was advised to contact her attorney and the credit card company