Columbiana County Sheriff
Deputies looked for a person reportedly asking for help at 10:27 p.m. Monday, checking the unlisted area reported, but did not find anyone.
A state Route 164, Fairfield Township, man reported at 6:12 p.m. Thursday he has a lease agreement with Columbia Gas. The company mowed about $1,000 in corn crops in about a 60-foot in diameter area around their well pump on his property because of the company’s safety concerns about farm equipment damaging the well pump. The farms said he has not been reimbursed for the previous three years of damages to his crops by Columbia Gas. Deputies explained it is a civil and he should seek an attorney. Deputies also explained to someone from Columbia Gas about the issue the farmer was having and he agreed to look further into the issue.
A domestic dispute was reported on First Street, Hanoverton, at 10:09 p.m. Sept. 7. The couple had argued and the husband agreed to voluntarily stay in the garage for the night.
A Haiti Road, Washington Township, man reported at 8:08 p.m. Thursday his neighbor’s chicken was coming onto his property and defecating all over the place. At first he wanted to speak to a deputy, then a short time later he called back and told deputies they did not need to come to his home.
A Hillcrest Road, Yellow Creek Township, man and his son were reportedly causing a disturbance at 8:19 p.m. Thursday. The son had just been released from the hospital and reportedly had not been given the proper medications. The father, was highly intoxicated, and trying to talk over everyone. After speaking to the son, deputies determined he needed to return to the hospital to be evaluated due to him talking in circles and talking to people who were not there.
A state Route 517, Fairfield Township, man reported suspicious people in the area at 2:42 p.m. Wednesday. A white, older, Chevy Suburban pulled into the driveway and three woman and a man got out of the vehicle, according to the homeowner. They began to walk around the property and when they were confronted they said they were looking for a phone that had been stolen and was “pinging” in the area of the yard. When the conversation grew heated, the four people left westbound on state Route 517. Deputies checked the area, but did not find them.