Brian Haines, Failer Road, East Palestine, reported at 3:11 p.m. Thursday he tried to get a loan for a vehicle and learned someone in South Carolina has been using his identity.
Linda Pitts, Bill Smith Road, Wellsville, reported at 2:36 p.m. Thursday her handicapped son received a check in the mail for $3,000 and they had not requested the money. She was uncertain if the check was legitimate or fraudulent.
Andrea Misoosky, Woodland Avenue, Columbiana, reported at 9:33 p.m. Friday she was struck by her boyfriend's 8-year-old daughter and when she said something to him about it he pushed her outside. The boyfriend said Misoosky was yelling in front of the children and he wanted to continue the discussion outside but she would not go, so he escorted her out. Misoosky was not injured and she declined to press charges.
Jess Leininger, Kibler Road, New Waterford, reported Friday she let a male friend sleep in her bed with her, and when she awoke in the morning, he was gone along with her iPod.
Veronica Zahrndt, state Route 45, Center Township, reported Saturday finding pry marks on her shed door.
Pattie Jenkins, Lisbon-Dungannon Road, Hanover Township, reported Saturday she suspects someone she knows of stealing her mother's prescription medication.
Ashley Clark, Peace Valley Road, Rogers, reported Saturday being upset when her children's father drops off the children following visitation because he is accompanied by other people. Clark was told since this was her property she could ask anyone to leave.
Charles Miller, state Route 154, Elkton, reported Saturday an ATV was stolen from his barn.
Rodney Hannay, Heritage Drive, Beloit, reported Saturday being the victim of identity theft involving a credit card opened in his name.
Jay Coulter of Salem reported Saturday copper piping and tools were stolen from his home on Trinity Church Road, Center Township.