A Wellsville area woman reported at 7:19 p.m. Monday someone calls her home from an unknown number twice a day at the same time. They hang up if she answers. She has logged the calls for the last two months.
Beth Beverly, Black Road, Lisbon, reported at 2:52 p.m. Monday her mailbox and paper box were demolished, possibly by trucks going past her home on the way to the sawmill.
Christopher Little, North Front Street, Negley, reported at 4:45 p.m. Monday his 13-year-old daughter was found drunk and passed out on Lower Elkton Road. He believes he may know the names of two men involved in the underage party who may have supplied the alcohol. Deputies explained there needed to be evidence.
Leann Calhoun, Barr Road, Minerva, reported at 2:15 p.m. Monday she is a teacher's aide and works with a 19-year-old, mentally challenged woman who talked to her about being hit with a stick by her mother at a family function. Deputies spoke to the woman, who claimed the aide must have misunderstood.
At 11:40 a.m. Friday a deputy recovered a stolen vehicle on 14th Street in Wellsville. The vehicle was found over an embankment and smashed against a tree with both airbags inflated.
Ron Rouse, Edwards Avenue, Canton, reported at 7 p.m. Sept. 14 he was meeting his ex-wife's father on Buffalo Road in Hanoverton to pick up and drop off his children and that the man cornered him up against his vehicle and said he wanted to punch him in the face and threatened to kill him someday. Rouse's son also told deputies he saw and heard his grandfather make the threats and was scared. Deputies spoke with the man who said that when Rouse came to pick up his children there was an issue with him not having a correct car seat for his children and that Mr. Rouse was not caring. He said that he was standing about 20 feet away from Rouse when he told him that someday someone was going to "knock his head off." He also said that he knows that he shouldn't have made the statement but that deputies "would understand" if they knew Rouse.