Deputies responded at the request of the highway patrol to the park and ride at state Routes 11 and 267 for people possibly tampering with cars, where they found the two cars there secure and no one around.
James Betz, Miller Street, Kensington, reported Tuesday a neighbor had driven through his lawn and became stuck. He said this has been an ongoing problem with the neighbor as she delivers feed to her horses. Deputies spoke with Joe Ullom, Campbell Road, Hanoverton, who said he was delivering hay to his daughter and the truck became stuck. He was unaware of a right-of-way that Betz said exists next to his property and that he would repair the damage. A tow truck was called to remove his vehicle.
Darlene Ingledue, North Lincoln Avenue, Salem, reported her vehicle struck in a Teegarden Road driveway by a vehicle driven by Tamy Ingledue, Youngstown. They had exchanged information at the scene, but Darlene Ingledue wanted the incident documented.
An alarm was reported at Summitville Tile, and deputies found the front door unlocked but no one inside.