Both deputies and the highway patrol responded at 1:19 a.m. Friday to state Route 45 in Madison Township after LeeAnn Havelock, no address listed, reported her boyfriend argued with her. He then got out of the vehicle and took off. She was concerned about him because of the cold temperatures and his lack of a coat. He refused to talk to her on the phone or return when she texted him. Havelock arranged a ride home for herself because she had been drinking and was near the legal limit.
Wynonna Adams, Buffalo Road, Kensington, reported at 10:20 p.m. Thursday someone broke the hasp on the garage door, but it did not appear anything was missing except a picnic table left by the tenants who were evicted.
Mary Rice, state Route 39, Wellsville, reported Saturday her home was shot with paintballs.
Martha Strader, U.S. Route 30, Minerva, reported arriving home about 3 p.m. Tuesday to find her front door kicked in and the following items stolen: jewelry box, container of loose change, a laptop computer, box of blank checks and a bottle of prescription medication belonging to her husband.
Allen Kekel, Cherokee Lane, Columbiana, reported Tuesday the lock was cut off to his unit at Esterly Storage in Fairfield Township and the following items were stolen: a Dewalt wood planer, two Summit tree stands, a Foggy Bayou tree stand, Grayco paint sprayer and two containers filled with miscellaneous tools.
Brian Wood, Lindesmith Road, Hanoverton, reported Saturday someone stole his identity to open and use credit cards at Victoria's Secret and Macy's.
Deputies were called to a home on Gamble Road, Center Township, at 8:13 a.m. Saturday, where Luke Newbold of Hammondsville reported his wife was living at the address with their children but she was refusing to let him see them. Mrs. Newbold said her husband could see their children but she did not want him taking them. Both parties were advised this was a civil matter that needed to be resolved through their attorneys.
Cindy Guterba, Kelly Park Road, Columbiana, reported Friday evening her son attends Crestview High School, and on Thursday his car had a flat tire. On Friday, the spare tire was found to been deliberately slashed by someone, which she believes occurred at school.
A resident of Roberts Road, Leetonia, reported Friday his 16-year-old grandson is believed to have run away after they refused to let him attend a school function because of his grades.
Rick Sickelsmith, state Route 7, New Waterford, discovered on Thursday fraudulent withdrawals were being made from his bank account for the past year.