Tracey Hively, state Route 7, New Waterford, reported she was having problems with her 16-year-old son's behavior and asked the boy's father for assistance with it. She agreed to allow the boy to stay with his father for a few days over the weekend and they agreed he would come home on Sunday. However, he did not come home. Her calls to the father went unanswered. On Monday she went to the school to tell her son to come home and found he is driving his father's vehicle. He refused to come home and drove off.
Angela Wright, Carolina Avenue, East Liverpool, reported at 9:10 a.m. Monday she has a temporary protection order against her husband. She reportedly received two calls on Sunday from an unlisted number, one of which she did not answer and the second which no one spoke when she answered. She then answered a third call and it was her husband on the line, asking her not to "flip out" and wanting to work things out. She reportedly hung up. Deputies spoke to her husband, who denied making any calls. She also claimed someone unscrewed the cables leading from the cable box to the TV in her room. The matter is under investigation.
Someone reported possible vandalism at Damascus Community Park at 11:34 p.m. Thursday. Deputies found two pickups on a hillside. The driver of one, Lonnie Wilson, reported he and a friend attempted to turn around and his friend lost control. The pickup went up a hill and became stuck. Wilson said his friend left with a girlfriend to go to Malvern to get another truck to pull Wilson out. Two other men there said they came to help try to pull Wilson out. After locating empty beer cans in the truck, Wilson was given a field sobriety test, which he passed. He was cited for open container. One of the other men there, Joshua Larusch, was found to have warrants from both Portage and Columbiana counties. He was taken into custody. A tow truck was called.
Debbie Martin, Scroggs Road, Lisbon, reported at 4:30 p.m. Thursday sometime during the afternoon someone smashed her mailbox.
Robert Stewart, East Liverpool Road, Lisbon, reported at 9:15 a.m. Thursday his neighbors, Bobby and Patty Johnson, were cutting down a tree on another property. The tree overhangs the property line and was above the roof of the Johnson's home. The tree is owned by William Alexander, who said he gave the Johnsons permission to clear the branches above their home, but did not want the whole tree cut. The Johnsons told deputies they were having only the limbs trimmed and the tree service doing the work confirmed it.
Scott Foutts, Samuel Street, East Liverpool, was taken into custody by deputies serving a warrant with assistance from St. Clair Township police. Police found Foutts at his place of work on Liverpool Road and reportedly notice him place a tin containing two small baggies with a white powdery substance and a plastic straw into a tool box after he was told he was being taken into custody. The deputy asked him what it was and he replied it was what the deputy thought it was.
Deputies were called to the Union Ridge Church at 8:10 p.m. Saturday after Pastor Randy Clark discovered bullet holes shot in the side window, and noticed someone drove through the grass.