Shawn A. Hoffer, 41, of 657 Humble Drive, DeGraff, was issued a summons for a violating a civil protection order Sunday afternoon.
Deputies of the Logan County Sheriff’s Office received a report about 4 p.m. from his estranged wife, Jayme Kindle, 40, of DeGraff, who reported that Mr. Hoffer had been repeatedly con- tacting her by e-mail and text message and had been making threats.
Mr. Hoffer was located a short time later at Southview Park.
• Pamela J. Smith, 57, of 11204 County Road 60, DeGraff, was issued a summons for failure to confine a dog after an incident about 10 a.m. Friday.
Deputies responded to a call from 11181 C.R. 60, DeGraff, and spoke with Charles and Sharon Kemp. Mrs. Kemp reported that she had tied her dog up outside her residence and it was attacked by a neighbor’s dog.
Deputies observed two puncture wounds on the head of the dog.
A short time later, deputies spoke with Ms. Smith, who explained that her nephew had left the front door open and that her dog had gotten loose.
Driver cited for reckless operation
Trenton R. Stahler, 21, of 401 Dodge Ave., Bellefontaine, was cited for reckless operation and failure to display a license plate after an incident at Mad River Mountain, 1000 Snow Valley Road, Zanesfield, Sunday afternoon.
Deputies responded to the ski resort about 2:30 p.m. on a report of a vehicle that was trying to drive up a ski hill.
When they arrived at the resort, they observed a car that was stuck in the snow about 20 yards up a hill near the maintenance garage. The driver, Mr. Stahler, said he was just out “doing donuts” in the area. There were no license plates on the vehicle, which he said he had just purchased.
Deputies responded to a suspicious vehicle report Sunday at Spend A Day Trailer Park, 8935 Chesnut St., Orchard Island.
William Leopold of lot 50 said he observed a pickup at a neighboring residence, lot 45. At that trailer, deputies observed signs of forced entry and discovered that a refrigerator had been stolen.
• Charlene M. Harrell, 12102 Shannon Drive, Lakeview, reported Monday the theft of a video game system from her res- idence. Ms. Harrell believed that the theft took place on Sunday.