Jakob Allen, 18, of 747 S. County Road 5, Zanesfield, was charged with two counts of receiving stolen property Sunday after he allegedly sold ski lift vouchers that had been taken from Mad River Mountain, 1000 Snow Valley Road, Valley Hi.
Deputies of the Logan County Sheriff’s Office responded to the ski resort that day to speak with managers. They reported that Mr. Allen was selling stolen ski lift vouchers that he had received from his mother, Susan R. Stover, 40, a former employee of the ski resort.
Mr. Allen was located at the ski resort and was transported to the Logan County Jail.
Monday, deputies spoke with Ms. Stover at her residence, 747 S. C.R. 5, and she said the ski vouchers were in a packet of items she received when she wasterminated from employment. She reported that she wasn’t aware that her son was selling the vouchers.
She was issued a summons for theft.
• Brandon J. Valentine, 28, of 10780 State Street, Lakeview, was charged with persistent disorderly conduct after an incident at his home early Monday morning.
Deputies responded to the residence about 1:30 a.m. in reference to a domestic dispute, and spoke with his live-in girlfriend, Ashley N. Hopper, 24.
She said a verbal argument had taken place and he had tried to take her cell phone from her pocket and ripped her pajama pants in the process. He also had asked her to leave the home.
Ms. Hopper declined to file charges against him. Deputies were in the process of leaving the residence when Ms. Hopper alerted them that Mr. Valentine was trying to kick her out of the house again. The defendant was transported to the Logan County Jail.
• Nova N. Mowery, 23, of 11900 County Road 87, Lot 35, Lakeview, was issued a summons for aggravated menacing Sunday.
Deputies spoke with Jamie Sue Boise, 43, of 9174 Breezy Way, Lot 22, Belle Center, who said she’d received threatening text messages that day from her boyfriend’s daughter, Ms. Mowery. Ms. Boise also reported that Ms. Mowery had pounded on her door and her neighbor’s door that day trying to look for her.
Ms. Mowery was located at her residence and was issued the summons.
Summonses issued for criminal damaging
Dalton Merical, 17, of 11273 Mohawk Path, Lakeview, and a 13-year-old Lakeview area boy each were issued a summons for criminal damaging Friday after they allegedly damaged a porch railing at a Chippewa area home.
Deputies were dispatched to 11139 Cherokee Path, Lakeview, about 9:15 p.m. to speak with Kenneth Carr about a break-in at his neighbor’s residence, 11118 Mohawk Path. Mr. Carr said he observed two juvenile boys on the front porch, and they reportedly ran down the street when he confronted them.
Deputies tracked the boys’ footprints in the snow to 11128 Mohawk Path, and located them at the residence. They admitted to destroying the porch railing at the home, and said they had been “bored” that day.
Wintry weather crashes reported
Deputies responded to several non-injury crashes Friday during winter weather conditions:
• Bryan J. Tipton, 19, of Rushsylvania, was operating an eastbound car in the 11800 block of State Route 47 about 7:40 p.m. when he slid off the left side of the road into a yard and struck a tree.
His vehicle sustained heavy damage. No citations were issued.
• Luther D. Ford, 53, of West Mansfield, was operating a northbound car on County Road 142 at County Road 117 when he lost control on the icy road and slid through the T-intersection and struck a ditch.
No citations were issued and damage was moderate to his car.