— Bruce James Le, Stergion, Pa., reported at 8:16 a.m. Monday he meets his ex-wife at the Save-A-Lot in Rogers to exchange their children for visitation. On Sunday night, Le reports he got a call from his ex-wife, Kayla Carlos of Youngstown, who said her husband was on the way to meet Le, but was having car problems. When Frank Carlos arrived he reportedly was upset at Le for calling him a “dude” when talking on the phone with Kayla Carlos and attempted to taunt Le into fighting him in front of the children. Le said he ignored him, but when Le stepped out to let his son out of the back seat Carlos allegedly reached out and pulled the 5-year-old out of the vehicle. Le was upset about having to wait 40 extra minutes and concerned his children may be being mistreated.
— Amanda Garretson, Desellem Road, Madison Township, reported at 2:24 a.m. Sunday her live-in boyfriend, Jason Barnes, came home and was being loud. She wanted him out. He had left before deputies arrived and they explained it is not against the law to be loud in your own home.
— All the doors were checked at Deibel Manufacturing plant, Esterly Drive, Fairfield Township, at 2:08 a.m. Monday when an alarm sounded, but nothing was found.
— Frank Kostik, state Route 46, Fairfield Township, reported at 5:04 p.m. Saturday someone kicked in the back door to the home.
— Someone reported a vehicle parked in the roadway in the area of the Valley Golf Club, Cherry Fork Road, Fairfield Township at 5:57 p.m. Saturday. The owner moved it.
— The owner of a home on Fredricktown-Clarkson Road requested at 7:53 p.m. Sunday deputies remove Chrystal Shreve from his property after his girlfriend drove by and saw her in the driveway. Deputies checked the area, but did not find anyone.
— Meghan Hickman, Black Road, Center Township, reported at 9:19 p.m. Sunday her neighbor, Dale Brown, took her horse. Brown told deputies the horse always gets loose and was on his property. Further, Brown claimed he has been caring for the horse for about two weeks, but he did not take it. The horse was returned to Hickman’s property and was reportedly being moved to Camouflage Stables on Monday.
— The dog pound requested at 10:49 a.m. Friday they needed someone removed. The matter was resolved before deputies arrived.
— Someone walked away from Olive Branch Ministries, Leetonia Road, Leetonia, and it was reported at 2:29 a.m. Saturday. Nicholas Weiler, who is of age, had left the facility of his own accord and there is no power of attorney over him. The group home manager was only concerned about the time of night.
— Someone reported at 4:05 a.m. Saturday, Gwynne A. Thomas was telling her husband she was going to kill herself. A dispatcher was able to ping her phone and gave deputies the exact location where she was near the intersection of Knox School and Bowman roads. She was found almost completely unconscious in her vehicle with pills. She was transported to a nearby hospital.
— Michael Bondoni, Homeworth Road, Knox Township, reported at 9:44 p.m. Tuesday he saw a man inside his truck and chased him off. Deputies checked the area, but did not find anyone. About $20 in change was taken.
— Jackson Allen, McGavern Road, Washington Township, reported someone broke into a pole barn. Allen and Malinda Allen told deputies about two weeks earlier their son checked the property and everything was fine. On Saturday they went to the pole barn and found the vehicles at the location had their radiators cut out and older wheels and rims stolen. Lawn mower batteries were cut out of lawn mowers. A motor home had damage to the grill and radiator. A truck bed box with wire harnesses on it was stolen. Other items missing were house wiring, a LP gas bottle three-foot tall and a green utility wagon. The door to the barn was damaged and the owner could no longer open it.
— A domestic dispute was reported at 12:55 p.m. Saturday the home of Randall Hetrick Sr., Fairfield School Road, Fairfield Township. Deputies could not find anyone at the home and dispatchers contacted Hetrick, who said he was locked inside the barn and could not get out. Hetrick said he had argued with his brother, Russell Hetrick, about cutting the grass and his brother had kicked him in the left elbow while he was walking into the house. Randall Hetrick said his brother checked on him and then left. At first he did not want to pursue charges, then said he changed his mind. However, he had not done so as of Sunday.
— Russell Hetrick, Fairfield School Road, Fairfield Township, reported at 12:27 p.m. Saturday someone was sitting on the property and he wanted the person removed. Then he called back and told dispatchers the person had left and no one was needed.
— Jodi Bell, Mahoning Avenue, Knox Township, reported at 10:17 a.m. Saturday she is in the process of closing on a home on South Mahoning Avenue and when she went there on Saturday she found the garage doors were open. Bell said a John Deere riding mower was stolen from the garage. It also appeared someone broke into a pole barn, breaking the lock.
— Angel Peirsel, Seigler Road, Washington Township, reported at 12:46 p.m. Sunday, her neighbor, Christopher Chuey, shot and killed her niece’s husky dog. She said Chuey came to her home earlier on Sunday and showed her a dead chicken the dog had reportedly killed. At the time, Chuey fired two warning shots from a shotgun and the dog ran home. Peirsel said she heard a shot and then three more shots and the dog was found dead on the side of the road across from Chuey’s property. Deputies spoke to Chuey and his young son separately. Both gave the same story that the dog killed a chicken earlier in the day and when they saw it come back to the property they armed themselves. The husky started after the geese and chickens, so the son shot the dog once while it was chasing the birds. The dog was severely injured, but started spinning and running so the boy fired two more rounds and Chuey fired twice as well. The dog died and Chuey used a tractor to bury the dog. Peirsel was adamant about wanting to file charges, but deputies explained the Chueys have a right to protect their livestock. She was upset the chicken and geese were allowed to run free.
— Brandie Wade, Winona Road, Knox Township, reported at 7:18 p.m. Saturday there was $100 stolen from her iTunes account.
— Yvonne McMichael, Washington Street, Washingtonville, reported at 8:51 p.m. Saturday her neighbors were setting off fireworks and having a large party. Deputies checked the area but did not find any party.
— A fight was reported at the Paradise Lake Campground, Rochester Road, West Township, at 11:37 p.m. Saturday. The person who called only stated there was a fight and hung up, giving deputies no name and no area of the campground. Deputies checked the area and spoke to multiple campers, but no one said they saw or heard anyone fighting.
— Shawn Bower, Church Hill Road, Elkrun Township, reported at 7:59 p.m. Sunday his semi truck had been parked across from Chester Hoist on state Route 45 and someone stole two tarps over the weekend.
— Angela Nieman, 12th Street, Homeworth, reported a domestic dispute at 9:20 p.m. Aug. 21, between her and her live-in boyfriend, Russ Stuhl. She left for the night.
— Jedediah L. Schreffler, 40, Cream Ridge Road, Lisbon, and John Walter Burch, 72, Newell, W.Va., were northbound on Cream Ridge Road in Elkrun Township at 3 p.m. Friday and Burch stopped and was struck by Schreffler. Schreffler was cited for assured clear distance.
— Darlene Genevieve Mattox, 61, Charlotte, Tenn., was northbound on Lower Elkton Road in Fairfield Township at 7:08 p.m. Saturday and went off the right side into a utility pole. She was cited for failure to control and arrested for OVI.
— Delano Lekeath Harris, 46, Detroit, Mich., was westbound on Georgetown Road in Knox Township at 10:37 p.m. Thursday and struck a railroad bridge. He was cited for assured clear distance.
— Taylor Paige Krepps, 20, Youngstown, was stopped westbound on Bowman Road in Knox Township at 4:15 p.m. Sunday, pulled from a stop sign and struck Haley Ann Jones, 16, 12th Street, Homeworth. Krepps was cited for failure to yield.
— Dakota Scott Medley, 22, Spring Valley Road, Salineville, was southeastbound on state Route 45 in Salem Township at 4:30 a.m. Thursday and went left of center off the left side into a fire hydrant. He was cited for failure to control.
— Brandon Kunkle, 21, Union Avenue, Minerva, was northeastbound on Georgetown Road in Butler Township at 4:43 a.m. Aug. 21 and went off the right side into a ditch and overturned into a fence. He was cited for failure to control and taken to St. Elizabeth’s with non-life-threatening injuries.
— Robert J. Hasson, 49, West Southern Avenue, Columbiana, was westbound on Bell Road in Elkrun Township at 9:11 p.m. Thursday and ran a stop sign and went off the west side into an embankment. Hasson was having a medical issue at the time of the crash and as a result no citations were issued.
— Matthew Steven Wolford, 34, Water Street, Salineville, was eastbound on state Route 644 in Franklin Township at 9:34 p.m. Aug. 19 and went off the left side into a ditch and a guardrail end. He was cited for failure to control and OVI.
— John C. Anderson, 37, West State Street, Salem, was northbound on state Route 45 in Salem Township at 5:47 p.m. Thursday and was struck by Lenora A. Rininger, 77, state Route 9, Hanoverton, who was eastbound on Salem Grange Road and failed to yield from a stop sign. After impact, Anderson went off the right side into a brick wall and Rininger went off the right side into a guardrail. Rininger was cited for failure to control and taken to St. Elizabeth’s with non-life-threatening injuries. Anderson was taken to the Salem hospital with non-life-threatening injuries and his passenger, Ashley Anderson, 25, West State Street, Salem, was taken to St. Elizabeth’s with non-life-threatening injuries.
— Bruce E. Matheny, 64, Beaver Falls, Pa., was westbound on state Route 154 in Middleton Township at 2 p.m. Thursday and hit a tree in the road.
— Police were called to a West Martin Street home at 1:52 p.m. Friday for a report of a property dispute.
— Jessica Jackson, Bacon Avenue, reported at 8:40 p.m. Friday her 14-year-old daughter was walking somewhere in the village with a man she did not approve of. Jackson’s daughter was bound by police and taken back home.
— Jeffrey Lester reported at 9:39 p.m. Friday multiple children were walking and riding bicycles in the middle of South Walnut Street. Police found the children and spoke with their mother, Rachel Torres, who was warned.
— The Covington Nursing Home reported at 10:45 p.m. Friday a patient had left the facility in their vehicle earlier in the day and did not return. Police found the man at his home.
— Police were called to 534 W. Clark St. at 11:12 p.m. Friday for a report that the resident’s ex-wife and her boyfriend showed up and kicked in the screen door and damaged his vehicle.
— A Wood Street resident reported at 6:09 p.m. Sunday he witnessed a vehicle drive recklessly.
— John R. Andrews, North Walnut Street, reported at 3:11 p.m. Sunday his girlfriend was harassing him and his daughter while they were walking on North Market Street.
— Paul Kern, 38, was taken in custody on a felony warrant at his home on McClure Avenue at 11:47 p.m. Saturday.
— Police initiated a traffic stop in the Family Dollar parking lot at 11:06 p.m. Saturday and K-9 Toney alerted to the vehicle. Police found drugs inside and felony charges will filed at a later date pending lab results.
— Police were called to 368 E. Taggart St. at 9:41 p.m. Saturday to remove a bat that was flying around inside the home. Police were able to catch and release the bat.
— Edward J. Turner, 56, address not listed, was arrested for OVI following a traffic stop on East Martin Street near North Pleasant Drive at 9:29 p.m. Saturday. He was also cited for not having a rear license plate light.
— Police charged Dale R. Vanartsdalen, 53, Beaver Falls, Pa., with possesion of drug paraphernalia following a traffic stop on West Grant Street at 8:24 p.m. Saturday. He was also charged with driving under suspension and speeding.
— A zoning violation notification for high grass and junk was sent to the owner of 360 South St. Saturday.
— A zoning violation notification for high grass was sent to the owner of 203 S. Market St. on Saturday. Police noted that any additional violations will result in citations due to numerous prior violations.
— Zoning violation notifications for high grass were also sent to the following on Saturday: 88 W. Main St.; 316 E. Main St.; 684 E. Main St.; 646 W. Martin St.; and 514 N. Market St.
— A caller reported hearing her neighbors arguing inside their residence then said she saw Christopher J. Hudson, 46, West Ninth Street, come out onto the porch, followed by his wife, Nancy M. Hudson, 48, same address. She reported seeing Mrs. Hudson push her husband off the porch, causing him to to fall down a steep embankment. When officers arrived, they saw Mr. Hudson passed out on the sidewalk and identified him through his driver’s license. They reported that Mrs. Hudson told them they were arguing and her husband punched her, then walked outside, where she followed him and pushed him. Mr. Hudson reportedly smelled of alcohol and had a hard time keeping his balance. He complained of a head injury but refused medical treatment, as did Mrs. Hudson. Both were charged with domestic violence, with Mr. Hudson also charged with intoxication. Mrs. Hudson reportedly told police her husband has assaulted her numerous times but she never reported it. At the police department, Mrs. Hudson dropped her pants and urinated in a garbage can, according to reports. She told officers she had asked to use the restroom but they said she had never asked.
— Officers were dispatched to Green Lane for a male lying in the roadway and reported finding Donald Allgood, Warren, unconscious and unresponsive, with a syringe and “tie off” in his front pocket. He was treated by ASI ambulance for an overdose, and officers reported that, when he revived, Allgood said he had used heroin. He was transported to the hospital and charged with public intoxication. Charges are pending for possession of drug paraphernalia.
— Donna L. Dearth, W. Fourth Street, called to have a man she knows removed from her home. Officers arrived to find the man on her porch and, when told Dearth did not want him there, he left without incident.
— Mrs. Christopher Doyle, Avondale Street, reported her 2017 Kia mini van had front-end damage that may have occurred while she was at work at K Mart or in front of her home.
— Officers responded to Shadyside Avenue for a motor vehicle accident where the vehicle reportedly had traveled south on state Route 7. Officers found a telephone pole lying across the roadway but did not locate the vehicle, which was stopped by Wellsville police on state Route 7. Officers spoke to the driver, Matthew D. Rudibaugh, 31, Shadyside Avenue, who they reported seemed intoxicated and had a hard time standing up. Sobriety tests were conducted, after which he was cited for OVI, failure to control and leaving the scene. He was transported to the hospital by ASI ambulance.
St. Clair Township
— Officers responded to Sprucevale Road for an altercation between a father and son. They arrived to find about 30 people outside for a sweet 16 party that was being held. Janaya Miller told officers her 14-year-old son was choked by his father, James E. Evans Jr., 47, during the party when she and Evans’ mother had an argument over ice cream and the boy intervened, leading to an argument between him and his father, who began to choke the boy. Evans said his son was in his face and he just pushed him. He told police he had had a couple beers before the altercation. Evans was charged with domestic violence.
— Dylan Ice, Bell Road, Lisbon, reported that between 3-5 p.m. Aug. 17 he was at the Rich gas station on Third Street and lost his wallet. He may have left it on the counter.