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March 24, 2012
Salem News

- A Lisbon man reported his 14-year-old daughter is receiving text messages and calls from a 23-year-old man from Salem. Checking his Facebook page, the deputy found the man has hundreds of young female friends. Deputies spoke to him and he claimed not to know the girl is only 14. He offered to delete her from his Facebook page and have no further contact with her.

- Bill Keagy, Pancake Clarkson Road, Negley, reported at 9:06 a.m. Wednesday he had a boat, motor and trailer valued at between $1,600 and $2,000 stolen from his property on Speidel Road a year ago. Keagy did not report the boat stolen at the time for fear the thief would read about it and scrap the boat. The Ohio Department of Natural Resources contacted him that another man had attempted to obtain a new title and the ODNR refused. The man who tried to register it said who he obtained it from and in turn that man reportedly said he obtained it from two young men, who claimed someone had given it to them. The motor is no longer with the boat.

- A McCracken Road, Salem, woman reported at 3:22 p.m. Tuesday she argued with someone she knows and he broke the headlight out of her car. She declined to press charges.

- A Black Road, Lisbon, resident reported two men stealing scrap from an abandoned farm at 2:04 p.m. Thursday. Deputies found a woman in the pickup and two men walking out of the area where the farmhouse used to be. All three claimed the metal objects in the back of the pickup came from the area near Black and Applegate Road. The alleged driver, Jonathon Maines, 23, Cherry Street, Salem, was found to have a warrant in Mahoning County and was taken into custody.

- A Yeager Drive, Wellsville, woman reported at 5:10 p.m. Thursday someone backed up into her yard and then left quickly when she questioned him. The yard was damaged. She provided deputies with the license plate number, and the owner was called. She told deputies her son had the car. She was warned the damage to the yard needs to be repaired or charges would be filed.

- The manager of Dollar General, Rogers, reported at 9:28 p.m. Thursday a delivery truck driven by Lacueere Anderson, Wyoming, Mich., stuck the building. The driver hit the building with the back of the truck in one place, then hit another place with the tractor.

 
 

 

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