A deputy was called to 49219 Taylor Road, Negley, at 9:30 p.m. Saturday for a report that a man was missing. The deputy spoke with members of the Negley Volunteer Fire Department who were trying to find the man, identified as Henry Davison, and he was later found pulling out of a driveway and there were no problems.
Phillip Faulkner, Y&O Road, Lisbon, reported at 9:55 p.m. Sunday on July 4 he had noticed the rear door of his home had some molding around the window broken and the door knob had been partially dented with what appeared to be dried blood smeared on the lower half of the door with multiple scratch marks. Faulkner further reported that he noticed on Sunday the front window screen had been torn off and dented with more blood smeared on the sides of the screen where the metal frame was dented and broke. A deputy spoke with Scott Angelo, a wildlife officer supervisor with the Ohio Department of Natural Resources, about the marks on the door and screen to see if they came from an animal.
Jeanette Goebeler, state Route 172, Minerva, reported at 2:51 p.m. Saturday she was receiving harassing phone calls and text messages from Ashley Archibald, and that the harassment started over a call of domestic violence from a few days ago. Goebeler further reported she needed the vehicle that was titled to her and her ex-boyfriend Sam French. A deputy told her the vehicle was a civil matter and then spoke with Archibald, who reported that she and Goebeler both have children with French and that she was calling Archibald to help her and give her advice but the communication turned into an argument. The deputy told Archibald to have no further contact with Goebeler.
Walter Newton, state Route 558, Leetonia, reported at 12:22 p.m. Sunday someone broke out the glass to the rear door on the north side of his home and entered the home and took a large jewelry box containing an undetermined amount of old coins and jewelry.
Wynonna Adams, Buffalo Road, Kensington, reported at 10:59 a.m. Sunday she believes her previous tenant, Jamie Jenkins, had shot the man door to the garage and a satellite dish on the roof of the property he and his family were renting on Buffalo Road. The deputy told Adams the matter was civil and she would need to contact the courts. Her husband George Adams then reported they had a contract with the tenant and that in the contract it stated if the rent was not paid, which was about $5,000 worth, then the tenants could have to vacate the property, and that an eviction notice was on file with the county clerk's office. The deputy also told him the matter was civil.
Sara Eason, Grant Street, Lisbon, reported at 11 a.m. Sunday she had an argument with her mother, Rachel Eason, and then went to her neighbor's house to calm down and that while there the neighbor, Laurie Henderson, shoved her in the back and shouted at her to get off her property. A deputy spoke with Henderson, who reported that she and Sara Eason got into an argument and Eason began tearing up her house so she left and went up the road to her boyfriend's house to calm down. Sara Eason then volunteered to go to the Salem hospital with KLG Ambulance.