Bruce Newlin, Ganders Flat Road, Lisbon, reported Saturday his and his neighbor's mailboxes were vandalized. It appeared holes had been shot into both, he reported.
A deputy responded to Lisbon Road Saturday for a report of four-wheelers on the roadway but after patrolling and sitting stationary in the area, he found none.
Tammy Dillon, Big Pine Key, asked deputies for a welfare check on her father, who lives on Pancake-Clarkson Road in Middleton Township, saying she had not been able to reach him for several days. Deputies found her father to be fine but also found the ringer on his phone had been turned off. They called and advised Dillon of their findings.
Twylla Hawk, Rochester Road, East Rochester, reported Saturday she was removing a pair of overalls from a tree and found a container with drug paraphernalia inside. Deputies destroyed the paraphernalia, noting there was no suspect at the scene.
Michele Buck, County Line Road, Columbiana, reported Sunday vehicles driving through her yard, which she said is the sixth time, with damage escalating each time. She was unable to obtain a description of the vehicle.
While on patrol, a deputy discovered a vehicle in the ditch at Egypt and Butcher roads. The owner, Shannon Bevis, Florence, Ala., arrived on the scene and reported he left to find help to try and pull out his vehicle. The vehicle was extracted from the ditch with no damage.