Deputies charged Shawn D. Ramsey, 35, Hill Street, Lisbon, with aggravated menacing Friday after receiving a second call to his residence in reference to threats being made. Ramsey's girlfriend, Bobbi Fisher, said her son had a friend over and Ramsey began yelling at the 18-year-old Lisbon man, telling him he hates blacks and he was not welcome on his property. Ramsey also reportedly threatened to hang the young man if he didn't leave and said he was with the Aryan Nation and made other racist remarks. When deputies spoke to him, Ramsey reportedly admitted saying he hates blacks and they were not welcome on his property, continuing such comments on his way to the sheriff's department. Earlier in the day, deputies had gone to the home when Ramsey and Fisher had an argument over him planning to evict her during which some pushing took place.
Carl Poplin, Rochester, Pa., reported Friday he was at Rogers Community Auction Aug. 2 and lost a bottle of prescription medication.
Joanne Williams, state Route 517, New Waterford, reported Saturday that a woman she knows has been harassing her and her grandson, having seen the woman walk to her grandson's house throughout the night several times. She owns the house, and deputies advised Williams if she sees someone trespassing on the property, she needs to call law enforcement then. She was also advised that, if her grandson does not want the woman there, he needs to call deputies to have her removed.
Deputies responded Saturday to the area near the Tobin Center for a man threatening to kill himself. They located the man walking on County Home Road and called an ambulance to transport him to the hospital after he again threatened suicide.
Kevin Bhe, state Route 30, Lisbon, reported the gas company was on the right of way through his property this past spring and he believes his fence was cut down. He has tried to call the company several times but has received no return calls. Bhe was advised to contact his attorney.
A caller reported Saturday he had passed the intersection of Spillway Road and saw a man lying in the grass near the Mark's Landing sign. The man, later identified as Levi Pollock, no age or address listed, told him a person struck him with a bat. Pollock told deputies he had had a problem with a friend the previous day and had tried on Saturday to work things out with the man, to no avail. He gave deputies the man's name and was transported by KLG ambulance to St. Elizabeth Medical Center. He had a long contusion on his back, according to reports.
Donovan Winn, King Road, Kensington, reported Saturday he had heard a vehicle outside and then discovered someone had spun around and done doughnuts in his alfalfa field and had driven through a neighbor's corn field.
Joe Sarchione, state Route 62, Alliance, reported he and his workers keep seeing a man they know on the property but every time he sees them he runs off. He has been using the area to change his clothes, with Sarchione showing deputies two locations where clothes were laid out. He was advised to contact the sheriff's office right away if the man is seen again so he can be found and charged with trespassing.
Jesse Jackson, West Point Road, Lisbon, reported his landlord had picked up his wife's prescription at a Lisbon drug store but had not brought them. Deputies spoke to the man, who said he had to stop by work prior to taking Jackson the pills but he would do so by 4 p.m. Saturday.
John McKarns, Nature Road, Kensington, reported several tractor weights stolen and he located them at A&A Scrap Yard in Carrollton. An employee there helped McKarns load up his property and told deputies he would try to ascertain which customer had brought them in.