Deb Morris of Kaleidoscope reported at 12:32 p.m. Wednesday someone stole two 32-inch televisions and an X-box from the group home on Neeld Road on Tuesday. The caregivers had taken the clients to the Peace Valley Road facility on Tuesday morning and the items were missing when they returned.
Shala Crago, state Route 39, Wellsville, reported at 3:14 a.m. Friday she was sleeping on the couch when her live-in boyfriend, John Wright, came home, pulled the covers off and told her to get up. When she ignored him, he reportedly yelled at her, wanted to see her phone, then grabbed her by the neck and dragged her off the couch. She got away, but he grabbed her again, so she called deputies and her mother. He reportedly told her if he loses his job he would kill her. She was sitting in her mother's vehicle when deputies arrived and had no visible injuries. The boyfriend denied touching or threatening her, commenting he was going to move her property into the garage. Deputies explained how to seek a proper eviction. The matter is being sent to the prosecutor's office for review.
Deputies responded to a Lifeline alarm at the home of a Lisbon-area woman, at 2:56 p.m. Thursday. She could be heard inside saying she fell, but would not respond to the door. All the doors were locked. Dispatchers were able to contact her daughter, who asked deputies to try a window to get inside because she was 20 minutes away. Deputies were able to get inside and assist the woman, who was unable to get up due to pain from the fall. She was transported to Salem Community Hospital by KLG.
Angel Stull, Grant Street, Lisbon, reported at 3:23 p.m. Wednesday an argument at her home. Her husband was arguing with another man about allegations made against the other man. They were told to contact their attorneys about the civil matter.