County Sheriff

— Deputies responded to a Taylor Road, Middleton Township, home at 12:30 a.m. Monday where someone was reported trespassing, but after speaking to the property owner, there was no trespasser.

— A Desellem Road, Madison Township, woman reported at 1:36 a.m. Sunday a man she knows continues to call her.

— Deputies delivered a court ordered protection order for an East Third Street, Salem resident at 6:23 a.m. Saturday.

— A domestic dispute was reported at a home on U.S. Route 30 in Hanover Township at 12:11 a.m. Sunday. He signed a refusal to prosecute her.

— Deputies assisted at a home on North Pleasant Drive in Unity Township at 1:47 a.m. Wednesday where a person was reportedly suicidal and EMT ambulance was transporting them to Heritage Valley Beaver in Beaver County, Pa.

— A 911 call came from a Bowman Road, Knox Township, address at 3:59 a.m. Sunday and it was determined the number belonged to the daughter. Deputies checked on her and there were no problems.

— A woman was transported by KLG to Salem Regional Medical Center for evaluation at 4:31 a.m. May 16.

— Horses were reported loose on Lower Elkton Road in Fairfield Township at 2:43 a.m. Friday. Deputies checked the area but did not find them.

— An assault was reported at the Lock 30 Campground on Middle Beaver Road in Elkrun township at 12:01 a.m. Friday. A woman from Boynton Beach, Fla., reported a man from Akron had assaulted her, but she signed a refusal to prosecute.

— A suspicious woman was found sitting in the weeds along Lisa Lane near Lisbon at 12:22 p.m. Saturday. Identified as Kimberly Edie, 28, she was waiting for a ride to pick her up. She had a felony warrant charging her with misuse of credit cards and theft and was taken into custody. When her ride arrived the people in that vehicle were identified as Ciara White, 21, and Josiah Paul Laughlin, 22, who also both had felony warrants charging them with aggravated possession of drugs. Laughlin has a second warrant for failing to appear on a theft charge. All three were transported to the county jail.

— Deputies responded to a Sycamore Street, Knox Township, home at 12:47 p.m. Saturday after it was reported the resident was throwing mowed grass onto the roadway creating a hazard. The man agreed to take care of the problem.

— A Westview Lake Road, Knox Township, man reported at 2:02 p.m. Saturday he had sold someone a truck but has not been paid for it yet. Deputies referred him to someone who can help with a civil matter.

— A vehicle alarm was reported inside a hanger at the Columbiana County Airport at midnight Sunday. The owner of the vehicle and lease of the hanger arrived. The vehicle and the area inside the building was checked, but everything appeared secure.

— A vehicle was found with the trunk open on state Route 45, Lisbon, at 2:20 a.m. Saturday. Deputies attempted to contact the resident, but no one came to the door. The vehicle did not appear to have been disturbed and the trunk was secured.

— A domestic dispute was reported at 12:48 a.m. Sunday. The couple had argued on the way home and then continued after arriving home to an address on state Route 154, Middleton Township. There was no physical violence. He has no ties to the area, and she refused to leave the house. They agreed to separate for the night and work out the differences in the morning.

— Loud music was heard from the road at a Kings Road, Butler Township, home at 1:33 a.m. Sunday. The resident refused to identify himself and told them they had to leave because he has “No Trespassing” signs at the end of the driveway. Deputies explained they had to investigate a complaint and if he refused to cooperate, he would be cited with disorderly conduct. He then walked inside and refused to come out to sign a copy of the citation. Aaron M. Teis was cited both with disorderly conduct and obstructing official business.

— A U.S. Route 30, West Township, woman reported her live-in boyfriend, William F. Watson Jr., assaulted her while she was holding her 10-month-old child. A warrant was issued charging him with two counts of domestic violence.

East Palestine

— An officer checked the 400 block on West Martin Street for a suspicious person Thursday.

— An officer helped a resident remove a bat from a residence on East Martin Street Thursday.

— An officer checked a West North Avenue neighborhood for a suspicious vehicle Wednesday.

— A boy ran away from an East Clark Street residence Tuesday morning.

— Tuesday morning an officer went to New Waterford to help with a break in. No one was found in the apartment.

— An officer found an unlocked door at the concession stand in the city park Tuesday around 12 a.m.

— Officers conducted a welfare check on a man at the 100 block of West North Avenue Sunday evening.


— A report was made Thursday about harassment towards a resident at Columbiana Manor Apartments.

— Someone turned in a lost cell phone to an officer Friday. The owner retrieved the phone on station.

— An officer responded to McDonalds Saturday regarding an issue regarding an underage resident. The resident was transported home and a report was made to Columbiana County Children Services.

— Damage to a fence on South Main Street was reported Saturday.

— A private property crash took place at Taco Bell Saturday.

— Joseph Halfhill of Columbiana was cited for driving under suspension Sunday.

— A man reported his weapon was accidentally discharged at his apartment Sunday.

— Antonio Deleon of Columbiana was arrested for domestic violence, obstructing official business and resisting arrest Sunday.

Perry Township

— Police checked on a suspicious vehicle on the side of Snyder Road near South Lincoln Avenue with the passenger door open at 1:52 a.m. Monday. The driver, Lance Steffel, 66, of Salem, said the vehicle broke down and he was waiting until morning to get a tow. Police discovered there was an active warrant for Steffel, placed him in custody and took him to jail. The vehicle was towed.

— A suspicious vehicle was reported at 6:56 p.m. Sunday on West Pine Lake Road near RealLife Church. The vehicle matched the description of an older model Ford pickup seen in Fairfield Township last week with someone possibly attempting to abduct a child. Goshen Township Police were notified. The vehicle was not found.

— Police were called at 5:40 p.m. Sunday to the 1000 block of Jones Drive where a large amount of used needles was dug up while the homeowner was digging a trench. There were over 100 single use needles most likely used for medical purposes found buried. The needles were taken to Salem Regional Medical Center for proper disposal.

— Police were called at 7:44 p.m. Saturday to the 1300 block of West State Street for an unruly juvenile who punched a hole in the wall of his bedroom after being in an argument with the woman who called police. He was told to refrain from destroying his grandmother’s property and he agreed.


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