David Garrett and Katrina Crochet, Bayard Road, Minerva, reported at 10:01 p.m. Monday her ex-boyfriend came to the home at about 7:21 p.m. and caused a disturbance, including screaming. Damage was found to the windshield and hood of Garrett's mother's car.
A county jail employee reported at 5:38 p.m. Monday a marijuana cigarette was found in an inmate's property when he was being released. It had been missed when he was booked into the jail on Friday. Douglas R. Cianni, last known address Commerce Street, Wellsville, was cited with possession of marijuana.
Darryl Baker, King Road, Salem, reported at 8:57 p.m. Thursday a suspicious vehicle with two men inside were in the area. Deputies found the home secure and stopped the vehicle driving by the area. The two inside claimed they had stopped at the driveway to use the phone.
Joseph Crowe, Yates Road, Salem, reported at 7:25 a.m. Thursday he heard a noise overnight and found his front door open in the morning. The porch light was also found turned on, but nothing appeared missing.
A student caught with tobacco five times at the Columbiana County Career Center reportedly became irate at 2:27 p.m. Monday when he was caught again. He reportedly ran and got onto a bus, refusing to get off. The buses could not be moved until he agreed to get off. Deputies spoke to the 16-year-old East Palestine boy and cited him with possession of tobacco products. His father came to pick him up.
Brandon Ewing, Hartley Road, Sebring, reported at 11:50 p.m. Monday his girlfriend and he argued over something posted on Facebook. When he decided to leave, she reportedly became irate and tried to damage his hunting bow with a pair of scissors as he gathered his belongings. The girlfriend, Lola Deckerd claimed he put her in a choke hold. When asked about that accusation, Ewing reportedly told deputies she had grabbed his hat and rubbed it in dog poop, so he tried to get his hat back. Both signed a refusal to prosecute.
Janet Gibson, East Liverpool Road, reported at 10:39 p.m. Monday her neighbor saw a pickup leaving her property on Glasgow Road in Madison Township with what appeared to be appliances in the bed of the truck. She was unable at that time to go see if anything was missing from the property.
Becky Minamyer, Linda Way, New Waterford, reported at 4:39 p.m. Monday she missed a call so she called the number back. The man who answered said he would be dropping Social Security information she had asked about off at her home on Tuesday. She told him to leave it on the porch.