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Columbiana County Sheriff for 10-23

October 23, 2009
The Review

Kara Chevront reported Thursday she was moving from a house on Y&O Road, East Liverpool, and the owner threatened to gut the home after she left. Chevront said the house is on the list to be sold at a sheriff's sale, and she did not want blamed for any damage or missing property.

Richard Lippincott, Sandy Creek Road, Minerva, reported his and his neighbor's mailboxes had been run over.

Victoria Jarome, state Route 30, Lisbon, reported her mailbox stolen, possibly while mail was inside and a package was hanging on the outside. She was expecting a package that never arrived.

n Chris McCallister, Stookesberry Road, Lisbon, reported a Yamaha golf cart taken from Big Arb's Campground between Oct. 4 and 17.

Darryl Smith, Fife Coal Road, Wellsville, complained about his neighbor's sheep on his property again, saying it is a continuous problem. Deputies spoke with the sheep's owner, telling him he must keep his animals contained or face a citation.

A West Township woman reported Saturday her daughter stole prescription medication from her safe. While her daughter wouldn't admit it, she did announce she planned to check herself into a drug rehabilitation clinic.

An official with the D.W. Dickey Co., state Route 154, Lisbon, reported Sunday the maintenance building was found broken into, and tools were stolen from the building and some of the trucks parked inside.

Colleen Mahon of East Palestine reported Saturday afternoon she stopped at the Vittle Village in Unity Township and left her teenage daughter and her friends in the car. A male known to them walked up to the car and the girls locked the door. He knocked on a window and asked for a cigarette. When they refused to unlock the door, he began banging on the car and tried to get inside. The daughter then began honking the horn and the person left.

A deputy was called to a domestic dispute at the home of Brenda and Kevin Wasmire, Hartley Road, Knox Township, on Saturday afternoon. The deputy was advised the couple had been arguing when Mr. Wasmire began breaking things, but he left prior to the deputy's arrival.

Amanda Bailey, Butler Mobile Home Park, U.S. Route 62, Butler Township, called for a deputy at 1:42 a.m. Tuesday because she wanted a man by the name of Jerry to leave after they had an argument. Jerry was already packing up his belongings by the time the deputy arrived.

Amy Cooper, state Route 7, New Waterford, called for a deputy at 11:52 p.m. Monday after someone pulled into the driveway of the vacant home next door and remained parked there. The deputy arrived and found Thomas R. Coffman, 21, and Casey N. Hume, 28, in the vehicle. Coffman said his uncle once lived there and they just pulled in to talk. He was told to move along or they could be charged with trespassing.

Samantha Cox, state Route 14, Washingtonville, called for a deputy at 10 p.m. Monday because the motion detector light on her porch was activated. The deputy didn't find any prowler about, leaving him to wonder if the wind might have set off the detector.

Darla Young, Carbon Hill Road, East Palestine, reported Monday eight gold rings were stolen from her home and she has an idea who may be responsible.

A deputy was called to a home on state Route 7, Rogers, at 4:44 p.m. Monday in regard to an unruly teenage girl. The girl calmed down by the time the deputy arrived, and there were no further problems.

Elmer Knecht, Eagleton Road, Lisbon, reported Monday an ATV was stolen from his property.

A deputy was called to a home on U.S. Route 30, Minerva, at 4:10 a.m. Thursday by a man who found beer in the bedroom of his fiancee's 14-year-old son. An argument ensued and the boy reportedly threatened to have someone shoot the fiancee. The man didn't wish to pursue charges, and the deputy told the boy to mind his mother or he could be charged with being unruly.

A call was received at 6:21 a.m. Wednesday that a woman from Masury near Akron had become lost in the county and ended up at Farmer Bill's in Gavers. A deputy arrived and escorted the woman to state Route 11 so she could get home.

A report was received of a suspicious motor vehicle with a loud exhaust on McCormick Run Road, Madison Township, at 3:14 a.m. Wednesday. The vehicle was gone by the time the deputy arrived.

Lori Oiler, East Liverpool Road, Madison Township, reported Thursday receiving threatening text messages against her boyfriend from someone she knows. The deputy spoke with the sender, who said he only threatened to beat up Oiler's boyfriend. The sender was told to cease this behavior.

A man from the Wellsville area called Wednesday to report his 16-year-old stepdaughter sneaked out of the house in the middle of the night to be with a 19-year-old East Liverpool man. The stepfather was told he could file unruly juvenile charges against the girl and also pursue charges against the boy.

David Pitts, Depot Road, Salem, reported Wednesday his wife received harassing calls and text messages from someone they know.

A security alarm went off at the Nementh residence, Hadley Road, East Palestine, at 2:26 p.m. Wednesday, but the home was found to be secure.

 
 

 

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