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Columbiana County Sheriff Reports 2-28

February 28, 2013
The Review

William Smith, South Mahoning Avenue, Alliance, reported at 9:50 a.m. Tuesday he's been having an ongoing problem with his ex-son-in-law calling and texting him, his wife and his other daughter.

Tom Cunningham at Beaver Local High School reported at 7:21 a.m. Tuesday someone shot holes through the front doors and front window of the school sometime overnight. A pellet was found inside the school on the floor.

Flora Quetot, Carter Road, Rogers, reported at 6:39 p.m. Monday she received a refund check from Ohio in the mail, but has not yet filed her tax return. She called the IRS and learned someone had filed on her behalf.

Robert Marshall, state Route 172, Lisbon, reported at 6:30 p.m. Monday sometime in the past few days someone came onto his property and stole items from his yard.

The Rogers Group Home reported an assault at the property. A 16-year-old reported he was walking past the kitchen area and overheard some other boys talking about slapping each other. Then a 17-year-old came up and smacked him in the face hard. Deputies spoke to the other boy, who said he was only playing with him. The 17-year-old boy was placed into custody, tobacco and a cell phone were taken from him and he was taken to the Tobin Center.

Larry Tyson, Fife Coal Road, Wellsville, reported at 5:19 p.m. Monday his 15-year-old daughter is being harassed and threatened by another girl at school. The girl received a threatening note at school and a girl posted something about his daughter on Facebook.

Sue Sayre, Clarkson Road, Rogers, reported at 2:39 p.m. Monday there were unauthorized charges to her bank account.

Robert Gebler and Ronald Palmer reported at 6:35 p.m. Tuesday they have horses being housed on property on state Route 172, but the owner of the property will not allow them there to care for their horses until they pay $3,000 for rental space. The horses reportedly required daily medications and a strict diet. Deputy Jon Price called the owner of the property Holbert Morris, who said he would not allow them there until the rent is paid. The deputy explained he would be liable for the animals' care and horses can not be held. The deputy then went to the property with Gebler and Palmer to speak with Morris. Both Morris and his son Stephen Morris, 38, allegedly became aggressive with the deputy, refusing to cooperate. Stephen Morris was charged with obstructing official business. Holbert Morris, 67, was charged with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest and had to be Tasered in order to place him in handcuffs.

Gregory Smith, Lodge Road, Leetonia, reported at 9:45 p.m. Tuesday two wedding bands were missing from a lock box in the bedroom. The two rings are valued at more than $1,500.

 
 

 

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