— A Darlington Road, Middleton Township, resident reported at 1:03 p.m. Wednesday his ex-girlfriend, Kimberly Jackson, made some comments about damaging the home after a break up in their relationship. He also was concerned Jackson’s new boyfriend may try to harm him after some things he has heard from other people.
— A woman watching a home for her aunt, located on Hazel Run Road, Washington Township, reported at 1:45 p.m. Wednesday a man came to the home attempting to take some of his belongings. Deputies spoke to the home owner, who said the man in question had not lived there in years and claims to have a safe, tools and other property at the home. Both sides were told it is a civil matter.
–The company with a well pad on Lusk Lock Road in Elkrun Township, reported at 1:12 p.m. Wednesday a 10-inch by 10-inch culvert pipe was taken. It had been delivered there at the beginning of last week and someone noticed it was missing last Friday. A sign for Hilcorp Energy noting the location of the well pad was also taken. A night watchman will be at the pad from now on, including weekends.
— A man reported at 7:34 p.m. Wednesday he was traveling on Y and O Road in Madison Township near the County Airport Road when the back window broke in his vehicle.
— A state Route 154, Elkton, woman reported at 9:31 a.m. Wednesday she had let her American bulldog out to use the bathroom Tuesday evening and at about 8 p.m. she saw a maroon car back out of her driveway. After that she could not find the dog. Then she saw an American bulldog on Facebook had been taken to the County Dog Pound. She went and found it to be her dog. She recovered her dog and learned the person who brought the dog to the pound was not the person who found it walking on the roadway.
–An overdose was reported at a Cricket Lane home at 11:30 p.m. Wednesday. Steven Barr was transported by Columbiana EMS to St. Elizabeth Hospital.
— A state Route 9, Hanoverton, man reported on Thursday he received four credit cards in the mail he did not apply for and he was concerned someone was going to continue to use his identity without his knowledge.
— Laeton Walker, 17, Lisbon, was southbound on state Route 45 in St. Clair Township at 2:16 p.m. May 30 and lost control on the wet road and slid off the right side into a ditch. He was cited for failure to control.
— Police were called to the Save A Lot parking lot on May 30 about a man with suicidal thoughts over the loss of a friend. The officer remained until an ambulance arrived and transported the man to a local hospital for a mental evaluation.
— Police were called to the county Counseling Center on May 30 because a client, 28-year-old Faith-Anne Schorr-Irwin, was drunk and causing problems prior to her treatment session. Schorr-Irwin, who is a recovering addict, was there with her 5-year-old daughter, and said she only had one beer. Officials decided to let her attend her treatment session, and arrangements were made to have someone take her daughter while she was in her session.
— Jenna L. Bates, 33, state Route 45, Lisbon, was cited for OVI after police were called to a report of an accident at the intersection of High and North Market streets at 10:46 p.m. May 31. Bates smelled of alcohol and admitted drinking two 24-ounce beers. She almost fell over while performing the field sobriety test and she later tested .258 on the breathalyzer machine, more than three times the legal limit.
— Christopher Haney, 118 W. Washington St., reported his home was broken into on May 31. Haney said his locked front door was unlocked but he left a window open. Nothing appeared to be missing.
— Police were called about a vehicle blocking an alley and driveway at 411 E. Washington St. on May 30, and they found a Chrysler 200 registered to Jackie Cunningham. A search of the car turned up the name Chris Ingledue, and through the two names police learned the vehicle was stolen out of Wellsville.
— Donna Glacken, East Chestnut Street, reported her vehicle was entered on May 25 and her wallet was stolen.
— Sarah Harris, Cherry Street, reported June 1 her SUV was entered, and a pop can filled with change was stolen.
— Doug Fonner, Maple Street, reported at 4:20 a.m. May 31 their pickup truck was stolen. Philip Pelley, West Washington Street, reported about the same time he found the truck parked in the lot next to his neighbor’s place. He knew it was Fonner’s truck because he knows his wife.
— Mabel Beverly, East Chestnut Street, reported her vehicle was taken from her unlocked garage on May 29 and returned the same day. Beverly said the car smelled of cigarettes (she does not smoke) and money she left in the vehicle was missing. She also noticed a phone charger cable and another cord that was not hers, and the steering wheel had been repositioned. Beverly said she had filled the tank up the day before and now it was nearly on empty. There was also damage to the vehicle door and front end. The lights were still on but the battery was dead.
— Cheryl Mills, East Lincoln Way, reported May 28 her vehicle was entered, and a Dunkin’ Donuts gift card and change purse were stolen. She also found another key ring on the passenger side floor that did not belong to her.
— Kaityln Bowen, East Lincoln Way, reported May 28 her vehicle was entered overnight and some change was missing. It appeared to have been used and returned because it was in a different position, and the headlights were on and the battery was dead. The vehicle was also damaged, and Cigarillo wrappers were found inside with tobacco strewn about. Neither belonged to her.
— Police were called June 1 to the Circle K because there was a homeless man there needing assistance. A clerk there said the man told her he would work for food but he was gone by the time an officer arrived.d