Columbiana County Sheriff

Deputies checked the areas of Carmel-Achor Road and state Route 170, Middleton Township, for a maroon four-door vehicle reportedly taking photos of people’s houses at 3:17 p.m. March 13. The vehicle was not found.

Kami Jo Shingleton, Forbes Road, Madison Township, reported at 8:44 a.m. Saturday someone was dumped powder onto her mailbox. The powder was removed and deputies spoke to Shingleton.

Breann K. Heath, McCormick Run Road, Yellow Creek Township, reported at 11:37 a.m. Saturday, the land owner Marty Glover came to her home upset because one of his family members was arrested for going to the house and threatening people. Heath told deputies Glover said he could burn down the house when he wants to. Heath wants Glover to leave her alone until she can move out this week.

Kourtney Worth, no address listed, reported at 12:17 p.m. Saturday it was her visitation time to pick up her child, but her ex, who has parental rights would not let her have the child. Deputies said a report would be on file and she should contact her attorney.

Debra Stevens, Lisbon-Dungannon Road, Center Township, reported she was contacted by someone claiming to be with Verizon, updating their service in the area. Verizon was going to send a confirmation number to her phone and once she received the number she was to provide the number to the caller. The caller then entered the number into the real Verizon system and ordered $1,050 worth of merchandise from Verizon to be shipped to a Market Street address in North Lima. Stevens contacted Verizon, which placed a stop delivery on the item. Additionally, she had a $108 activation fee on top of the other charges. Police in Mahoning County were notified about the scam.

n Joe Leone of Homeworth General Store, reported a suspicious woman walking around town at 12:41 p.m. Tuesday. She was dropped off at the intersection in front of the store earlier in the day, walked across the street and knocked on the door for quire awhile. Then she walked into the store and asked to use their chargers. When they would not let her do so, she left walking toward the church down the street. Deputies checked the area, but did not find her.

Deputies met with Mary Catherine Goehring, Thomas Drive, Wellsville, who said 11:34 a.m. Tuesday she allowed Joshua Morris-Revelant to move in a couple days ago. But he has since left and says he is in Pennsylvania. Revelant left his clothing and other personal items behind, including some drug paraphernalia. Some of the items she showed deputies were betadine swabs and band aids, but a smoking pipe used for smoking marijuana was seized and destroyed. Deputies asked her to call if he returns.

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