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Columbiana County Sheriff Reports for 12-26

December 26, 2012
The Review

Casey Reynolds, West Lincoln Way, Lisbon, reported Tuesday she and her then-boyfriend had an argument about him cheating on her and he told her to get out of his vehicle. She did and began walking, but he came back, grabbed her by the hair and dragged her back into the vehicle. She later found scrapes on her back. Reynolds refused to file charges.

A caller reported Tuesday morning a person lying by the side of Depot Road, and deputies responded to find Deborah L. Ramsey, 50, address not listed, lying in the ditch and a pickup truck owned by William Syx parked alongside her. Witnesses reported seeing Ramsey jump from the truck as it was coming to a stop, and Syx told deputies she jumped out for no reason. Deputies reported Ramsey was intoxicated and couldn't stand on her own, and she was transported to Salem Community Hospital by KLG ambulance. Syx was not impaired and was permitted to leave.

A Buck Road, Alliance caller reported the neighbors yelling Monday morning. Deputies spoke with Cindy Masters, who said she and her 14-year-old son had been arguing and he went outside and began throwing things, hitting their trailer. The boy told deputies he does that to avoid conflict when he's angry. There were no threats made, according to reports.

Rick Feezle of Rollerena Auto Sales, state Route 14, East Palestine, reported Monday a 1997 Ford Supercab truck with a snowplow and ladder rack was taken, having been driven through a fence. The truck had been locked with the key in the office.

While in the process of moving, John Bailey, state Route 172, Minerva found items scattered everywhere in his apartment and numerous items missing, including a Wii game system, jewelry, pipe cutter and wrenches, welder, a car stereo, camera, camcorder and medication.

David Perkins, state Route 7, Columbiana, reported his mother met a man via the Internet and allowed him to move in soon afterward. Perkins, who has power of attorney over his mother, has since found numerous documents changed into the man's name and missing funds.

Jennifer Boyer, Negley, reported a horse got loose and injured itself while running on the railroad tracks. She and others were able to remove the horse from the tracks.

Heidi Scott, Miller Road, Leetonia, reported having a problem with her neighbor, who came to the barn and told Scott's family members they were trespassing. She has also found a metal fence post in her lawn and believes the neighbor did it. Scott asked for extra checks of the area.

 
 

 

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