Johna Wilson, Hartley Road, Alliance, reported at 2:34 p.m. Friday someone filed a fraudulent 2013 tax return under her 88-year-old father's Social Security number. She told a deputy her father, John Skoczinski, does not file tax returns.
Courtney Montalvo, Kirk Road, Columbiana, reported at 2:01 p.m. Friday her wallet, which contained her driver's license, bank card, Social Security card and her children's Social Security cards, went missing from her purse while at the Rogers Sale with her son.
Karrie Myers, Carla Drive, Clinton, reported at 4:36 p.m. while at her lot at the Rogers Sale, her 15-year-old son was accused by fellow renter Donald Sekura of damaging his vehicle with a clothes rack as they were packing up for the day. Myers denied the damage done with the clothes rack, although a black mark was spotted on the passenger side of the truck between the wheel well and bumper. Robert Kanzig stated he was speaking with Sekura when they heard something hit the truck. Kanzig said no one witnessed the vehicle being hit, but then saw Myers' son near the vehicle holding the clothes rack.
Margret Higgins, Glenn Road, Lisbon, reported at 8:20 p.m. Friday several subjects in a pick up truck shot paint balls at her barn. The barn was hit six times by the orange paint balls. The truck in question was not located.
A deputy was called to the Salem hospital at 4:38 a.m. Friday for a report of an assault. Brandi Cope and her live-in friend Jennifer McCarty said they had been assaulted by McCarty's boyfriend Preston Wright, who had been in an argument with McCarty while he was drinking heavily. McCarty said Wright pushed her to the ground and kicked her and Cope said when she attempted to get Wright off McCarty he began to swing at her and hit her in the face, and after that she struck him in the face in self-defense, possibly breaking his nose. Injuries were visible on both of the women and Wright, who had a damaged nose and bloody lip. The women refused to press charges.
Trudy Holloway, state Route 517, reported at 3:50 a.m. Saturday she saw someone walking around in her yard when she came home. A deputy checked the area but found no one.