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Columbiana County Sheriff Reports 12-3

December 3, 2013
The Review

Don Snedeker, Richardson Avenue, Negley, reported at 5:16 p.m. Friday sometime in the past few days someone trespassed on his property and logged some of the trees.

Russell H. McHenry, 47, Francis Drive, Wellsville, was charged with a felony domestic violence after family members called 911 at 4:58 a.m. Saturday. McHenry is accused of getting into an argument with his daughter, Sarah Merriman, smacking her in the face and then squeezing her face from ear to ear. Some other family members were over and one reportedly stepped between them to try to calm the situation. McHenry then reportedly brandished a pistol he had hidden under the pillow in his bedroom. McHenry is also accused of flipping over a recliner with his girlfriend, Lora Lee McLaughlin, sitting in it, threatening her with his fist and holding her to the ground.

Gary Davis, U.S. Route 30, Minerva, reported on Nov. 21 his cell phone account had been billed for three new phones in three different locations. He contacted the phone company, which said three lines were added and his password changed.

Brian Soldo, Hoffmeister Road, Petersburg, reported on Nov. 22 a neighbor's son has been trespassing on their property, which has not been a problem in the past, but now things are being moved about. Two homing pigeons and two chickens were missing. One chicken was found with its head cut off and one pigeon was found with a broken neck. On Nov. 27, deputies spoke to the boy's mother, who said he had not been allowed out alone for the last week or two and they would make certain he was not on the neighbor's property again.

Clara Bowen, state Route 45, Lisbon, reported at 1:36 p.m. Wednesday there were two suspicious men in the Twin Oaks mobile park. Deputies found a man there and he was taken back to the lot where he reportedly lived. Another woman, Liz McDole, told deputies the man had been asked to leave there because she felt he was being a problem. She offered to transport him to his mother's home in Salem.

Allen Walker, Campbell Road, Hanoverton, reported at 11:40 p.m. Friday there was a person wearing a bright orange vest riding a snowmobile through people's lawns. Deputies did not see any of the vehicles except at Forrest Lanes. They told deputies they only ride on a farmer's property where they have permission. They did not match the description given.

A domestic dispute was reported at 10:35 p.m. Sunday at a Greanlawn Street, Minerva home. Deputies spoke to both people involved, who told deputies they argued about the children, but there was no violence or threats made.

 
 

 

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