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Columbiana County Sheriff Reports for 12-23

December 23, 2012
The Review

Josh Wickersham, Northview Lane, Lisbon, reported at 11:56 p.m. Wednesday seeing three vehicles with the lights off parked at the end of his road. A deputy arrived and spoke with the four unidentified people, who said they were just talking and hanging out. The deputy advised them not to park there, so they moved on.

Marcus Schrecengost, Depot Road, Salem, reported at 9:47 p.m. Wednesday three were three unknown people in his back yard and a fourth in his front yard. Schrecengost confronted the one in the front yard, who punched him before fleeing.

Kristine Hawkins, Woodville Road, Leetonia, reported Wednesday $610 in unauthorized withdrawals had been made from her bank account, and they came online from an overseas location.

Deputies responded Tuesday morning to Knox School Road for a report of a suspicious vehicle near a vacant house. They found the vehicle's engine still warm but no one around. A window in the house was found unlocked and, inside, deputies discovered wet footprints on the carpeting, but no one was inside or in the four outbuildings. They had the car towed. Later, Sebring and West Township police called to report they were flagged down by a man who claimed his mother's car was stolen while he was visiting someone in the area of the vacant house. He did not appear to be muddy or wet and was released after completing a statement.

Deputies were called Wednesday for a property dispute between Dan Lyon, state Route 7, Lisbon and the Ohio Department of Transportation, which was planning to cut and trim trees on the state's right-of-way. Lyon told deputies he believed the trees were on his property. Both parties were advised to contact their attorneys. A tree-trimming company moved into place but was awaiting a release from ODOT before beginning any work, according to reports.

Michelle Tyson, Fife Coal Road, Wellsville, reported her driver's license stolen from her purse. She acquired a new license but was advised to complete a report.

Jessica Cower, Main Street, Homeworth, reported Thursday someone entered her unlocked home and took change and prescription medications.

Shannon Custer, Canfield-Akron Road, Canfield, reported that, while she was at Lakeview Drive, Hanoverton, she began receiving calls from a man identifying himself as a federal marshal, telling her she owed a large sum of money for a cash advance secured via the Internet. Deputies called the phone number and spoke to a Gary Marshal, who said it was a company that processes bad checks but that he had no one by Custer's name in his system.

Rachel Jenkins, Rose Drive, Lisbon, reported her rear license plate stolen.

Marilynn Morrison, Carmel-Achor Road, Rogers, reported barking dogs, and deputies arrived to find dogs in a pen barking continously but no one home. They left a note for the dogs' owners.

Deputies received a call at 1:54 a.m Saturday regarding a report of unlawful restraint that took place in the 28000 block of King Road. A warrant was issued for Charles Green, 28154 King Road after a female complainant advised she was a passenger in vehicle operated by him. She advised that they had crossed U.S. 62 onto Westville Lake Road and she jumped out of the vehicle because she was afraid to go to his residence. There was a pickup behind them and she jumped into the bed and asked the driver for help but he did not. Green exited his vehicle, grabbed her and placed her on his shoulder and put her back in his car and drove to his residence. While there he allegedly started breaking things and directing degrading names toward the complainant who managed to call her stepfather. He couldn't make out anything but her crying so he went to Green's residence and he allowed the complainant answer the door because he knew she had not called the sheriff. The stepfather told her if she wanted to leave to get in his car. Green then came out and told her to get out and stay there. She said she wasn't and left with her stepfather. At U.S. 62 and the Westville Lake Road traffic light Green overtook and got in front of them. Green exited his vehicle and came to the driver's side door and told her to get out and she said she wasn't and asked her stepfather to "just go" and they went around Green's car and headed westbound on U.S. 62. and Green followed them into Alliance and she called 911 and the Alliance police were nearby and responded and charged Green with menacing. Deputies took statements from the complainant and her stepfather that will be reviewed by the Columbiana County prosecutor's office and they were given written directions to the Goshen Township Police Department where an assault occurred earlier. Green was still at large Saturday afternoon, according to the Columbiana County Sheriff's Department.

Deputies responded to the 39000 block of Brookfield Ave., Lisbon, at 8:13 a.m. Saturday for a welfare check and the resident said everything was fine. He had an argument with his wife last night so he slept in the vehicle to avoid any problems.

 
 

 

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