Robert Woodburn, Osbourne Road, Wellsville, reported at 4:25 a.m. Monday a 12-year-old girl was there claiming she was abducted. Deputies spoke to the girl, who claimed late at night a masked man entered her home on Bill Smith Road, put a gun to her head and told her to pack her bags like she was running away. He then put her in his car, but later kicked her out of the car on Osbourne Road. After speaking to the girl about the consequences of making a false statement with police, the girl teared up and admitted she only ran away.
Jeff Ingledue, Depot Road, Hanoverton, reported at 12:53 p.m. Monday he is the caretaker of property belonging to David Jenkins on Depot Road. Ingledue told deputies he spoke to a man who lives across the road about a hay rake which was removed from Jenkins' field. The man told him he and another man took it and other items to scrap them. The man claimed he had permission, but after speaking to Jenkins, Ingledue was assured the neighbors had no permission to be on his property or take anything. Deputies spoke to Jenkins later about his options in dealing with the matter, along with other concerns he has about the neighbors placing trailers and allowing people he does not know to stay in trailers on his property.
Ashley Carroll, Fairmont Road, Lisbon, reported at 6:02 p.m. Monday she was in an argument with her brother about the woman she was dating and he grabbed her wrist. She did not want to file charges and the brother went to another relative's house for the night.
Scott Ray, Green Street, Minerva, reported a domestic dispute at 10:13 a.m. Monday. Deputies spoke to Courtney Tuttle and her mother, who both stated it was an argument about custody of Tuttle's children. Both signed a refusal to prosecute.
Deputies assisted the Ohio Department of Natural Resources officer at 4:08 p.m. Monday dealing with a hunter refusing to leave a property near state Route 154 in Elkrun Township and causing issues for other hunters.
Elizabeth Tanaka, Plutus Avenue, Chester, W.Va., reported on Tuesday someone hit her vehicle on Nov. 22 at the Rogers Sale. She found the damage the next morning and left a message at the Rogers Police Department, waiting until after Thanksgiving for a return phone call. She then contacted Lisbon police, who in turn told her to call the sheriff's department. The damage appeared to be from a hitch on the back of a pickup.
Brian Kissner, West Seventh Street, salem, asked deputies to check on his ex wife, who he felt was being threatened. She told deputies the incident happened in Salem over the holiday, but she did not want any assistance from law enforcement.