Larry Figgs, Georgetown-Damascus Road, Beloit, reported Tuesday a motorist lost control on Lake Road and took out a section of fence where they keep cattle. The motorist's vehicle was apparently pulled out of the snow by another vehicle.
Tracy Baker, Gavers Road, Hanoverton, called for a deputy at 11:26 a.m. Tuesday after getting into an argument with her 16-year-old daughter and telling her to go to her bedroom. The daughter told her mother to make her, so Baker said she grabbed her daughter by the arm and turned her toward the bedroom, but she pushed back. The daughter then began texting her father, with whom she lives in Lake County, so Baker turned off electricity to the bedroom so she was unable to recharge her phone. A deputy spoke with the daughter, who said her mother was mad because she refused to go outside to play in the snow. Both parties had calmed down, and the father was due to retrieve his daughter at 6 p.m.
Joe Vargo of Alliance reported at 12:11 a.m. Tuesday there had been a fight in Homeworth at a place called "The Garage" and people had been taken to Alliance Community Hospital for treatment. The matter remains under investigation.
A report was received of a domestic dispute on Jimtown Road, East Palestine, at 1:04 a.m. Tuesday. A deputy arrived to speak with Delores Witherow, who said Josh Andrews had been causing problems but had since left.
Carl Black, state Route 14, East Palestine, reported at 2 p.m. Monday his grandson had been fighting with the grandson's girlfriend, and he broke her car window. A deputy went to the home of the grandson's father and spoke with the girlfriend, who denied being assaulted. She also claimed to have broken the car door herself when she slammed it shut.
A woman who lives on state Route 9, Hanoverton, reported at 6:50 p.m. Sunday her 89-year-old husband had gone missing after leaving with the car at 9 a.m. While the deputy was at the house he learned the man had apparently used a credit card in Muncie, Ind. The wife said he was probably on his way to his son's home in Elkart, Ind. At 11:12 p.m., the sheriff's department learned the elderly man had been stopped while driving on the wrong side of the road in western Ohio near the Indiana border. The man's son and grandson were on the way to retrieve him.
Luana McAvoy, Gilson Road, North Georgetown, reported there was a vehicle in the cemetery off Gilson Road at 4:37 p.m. Sunday. A deputy arrived to find a vehicle in the ditch. He spoke with the driver, Kelly Harold-Hall, who said she became stuck while trying to turn around in the cemetery after missing her turn and accidentally driving onto Gilson Road.