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April 12, 2012
Salem News

LISBON - Two teenage boys accused of taking two vehicles and fleeing from a highway patrol trooper have been charged in Columbiana County Juvenile Court.

Court documents state the two 15-year-old Lisbon residents are charged with two counts of taking vehicles on April 2. One vehicle was a 2007 Hummer H-3 owned by Robert Culp, Thomas Road, Lisbon. According to police reports from that day, troopers reported to Lisbon police they found the Hummer stuck in a field on Thomas Road.

The second stolen vehicle was a 2002 Chevrolet Impala owned by Charles Andric, Brown Street, Lisbon.

Court documents claim the one boy drove one of the stolen vehicles in a way as to elude the trooper pursuing him, refusing to stop for an audible and visible signal. The other boy reportedly fled on foot from the trooper.

Another 15-year-old Lisbon boy was cited as delinquent for reportedly being habitually disrespectful and disobedient to some of his teachers and guardian, leaving without informing them where he is going.



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