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Columbiana County Sheriff Reports for 12-24

December 24, 2013
The Review

Michael Gubesch, Bower Street, Minerva, reported at 3:16 a.m. Sunday his ex-girlfriend, Tabbithia Boyd, came to his home intoxicated and came in when she had been told not to be there. Boyd was sitting in a chair drinking when deputies arrived. She was asked to stay outside so deputies could speak to Gubesch and his friend, who were explaining what happened, but she continually returned. She was charged with criminal trespassing and Gubesch was asked to file a written statement the next day when he was sober.

Gubesch called again at 1:24 p.m. Sunday, saying Boyd had returned. Gubesch's cousin said he saw her inside the house near the Christmas tree when he got out of the shower at 8 a.m. She told him she needed her car keys. The cousin then told her where they were and went into the bathroom to finish getting ready. She was gone when he returned, but Gubesch claims she took a battery from his phone, tore all the decorations off the Christmas tree and put a whole in the drywall in the kitchen.

Yelling was reported by an anonymous caller at a home at the corner of Woodville and Miller Road, Leetonia, at 6:47 p.m. Saturday. Deputies spoke to the resident, who said his son came there to pick up his two children and had gotten upset because someone yelled at one of the boys. The son left before deputies arrived.

Sherry Mandich, Stookesberry Road, Lisbon, reported at 7:29 p.m. Saturday a vehicle ran over her mother's hand. Teresa Mandich, 85, Stookesberry Road, Lisbon, reportedly had stopped the car along the road and got out to unload some Christmas packages. The car was not in park and started moving, when she slipped and the tire ran over her hand. The vehicle continued off the side of the road, down through a field and stopped just prior to the woodline. Mandich claimed she was fine and refused medical treatment.

Stacey Spout, Fredericktown Clarkson Road, Negley, reported at 4:45 p.m. Sunday someone she lived with, Jeff Sprankle, but has not seen for a long time came there Saturday night. When left, he reportedly spun out, hitting her car and damaging the front end. When deputies checked his name, there was a warrant. Spout told deputies she has no idea where he went.

Paige Wisbeth, West South Range Road, Salem, reported at 3:44 p.m. Sunday a side mirror bracket was stolen from her truck while it was parked on Duquesne Street in Columbiana.

Kim Jones, John Avenue, East Liverpool, reported a domestic issue at a Carbon Hill Road, East Palestine, address at 5:23 p.m. Dec. 18. Deputies spoke to the couple there, who said the were just arguing and one agreed to leave.

Karen Bush, Georgetown Road, Homeworth, reported at 3:29 p.m. Friday her two teenage children were being unruly, with one doing doughnuts in her yard on his four-wheeler. Deputies explained how to file unruly charges against them in juvenile court.

Shirley Bumbarker, Grant Street, Lisbon, reported at 8:28 p.m. Friday four children were throwing snowballs at her vehicle when she was driving on her street. Lisbon police located the children and assisted until deputies arrived. One of the children admitted throwing a snowball at the car. The mother was contacted and the child was released to her.

Don Everhart, no address listed, reported at 11:49 p.m. Thursday a pickup was left in the Church of Christ lot in Salineville with the doors wide open. Deputies found the pickup off, the doors open and the gas port open with the cap missing. They contacted the owner, who lives on Church Street and said the pickup ran out of gas, but he left the doors locked. He said he would take care of the problem.

Archery targets reported stolen from Scenic Vista Park on Wayne Bridge Road on Dec. 18 were reportedly taken by Mike West, the county parks commissioner. West told dispatchers on Friday he took the targets for maintenance and to store them for the winter.

Jonathan E. Mitchell, 40, Scroggs Road, Lisbon, was charged with domestic violence after he allegedly became highly intoxicated, became upset with his girlfriend, Jodie Harris, and wanted her out of the house. Mitchell reportedly took gasoline, began to pour it on Harris' leg and the floor and then threatened to burn her and the house to the ground if she did not leave. She declined to pursue charges and he told deputies he would stay at the neighbor's for the night, but after deputies left, he reportedly returned and began banging on the windows threatening to remove her himself if she would not willingly go. Deputies transported him to the county jail.



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