Columbiana County Sheriff

Deputies conducted a welfare check on a man who lives on East Liverpool Road in Madison Township at 9:59 p.m. Monday. The deputies saw the man jump through a window at the rear of the home and run into the woods. The deputies advised that if the man did not want help they were not going to chase him into the woods in the dark for safety reasons. The deputies attempted to contact the man but he refused to come and get medical attention. The man was not in immediate harm, was not injured and had no weapons.

Rosetta Kimble, state Route 14, Unity Township, reported Saturday her credit card had been declined and she was worried about being a victim of identity theft. She then contacted the credit card company learned the error was on her part and she did not need a police report after all.

A caller reported there was suspicious activity at the Kukunis residence, West Egypt Road, West Township, at 6:34 p.m. Thursday. A deputy checked around the residence but did not see anything out of the ordinary. Kukunis brother said it was his sister who was knocking on doors because she did not have her keys.

A burglar alarm went off at 25688 Center Road, Knox Township, at 10:14 p.m. Wednesday, but the deputy found the home to be secure and nothing amiss.

Beverly J. Ritteger, Carmel Achor Road, Rogers, reported Nov. 4 her garage was broken into and tools were missing.

Heidi J. Pecorelli, Hillcrest Road, Wellsville, reported there appeared to be suspicious activity around the storage units on Hillcrest Road at 5:44 p.m. Friday. Deputies checked the area but nothing was found amiss.

Janice L. Wright, Mick Road, Wellsville, reported hearing a loud explosion at 4:55 p.m. Saturday that shook her residence. The deputy determined neighbor Eric M. Dougherty had been firing a 50-caliber Barrett rifle, but Dougherty advised he was done for the evening.