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September 17, 2012
Salem News

County Sheriff

- Shawn Boyer, West Clark Street, East Palestine complained Sunday morning about a sign in the front yard of Ryan Brown on state Route 14 declaring, "Hey (expletive), slow down, the speed is 35." He took offense to it and was concerned about young people seeing it. Deputies spoke to Brown, who agreed to fix his sign and did, crossing out two letters and changing it to read, "Hey A holes, slow down, the speed is 35."

- Ethel Cross, Hostetter Road, Hanoverton, reported her neighbor was shooting a BB gun toward her residence while she and her niece were sitting on the porch. They heard the BBs hitting the awning. Cross also reported damage to the windshields of two vehicles in her driveway. Deputies were unable to make contact with the neighbor but left a business card.

- Mary Faulkner, Pancake-Clarkson Road, Negley, reported her husband, John, took her keys and threatened to kick her out of the house. There were no threats or physical violence. Deputies advised her husband he could not kick his wife out of the house and stood by until she found her keys and left for work.

-Deputies were dispatched to the Crestview baseball fields on state Route 7 for a report of four-wheelers on the fields, but they found no one.

-Deputies were called to Crews Road for an unlawful restraint complaint Saturday night, where Ashley Jackson, Danbury Avenue, Wellsville, told them she was picking up her son from his father, Robert Vincent, when an argument ensued. She said Vincent accused her of drinking and blocked her in the driveway with his vehicle. Vincent told deputies he smelled alcohol and, since it was his driveway, he could park wherever he wanted. Deputies advised Vincent that could be considered unlawful restraint and he could be charged. They checked Jackson and found no indication of her having been drinking alcohol.

-Tracey Wade, Echo Valley Road, Lisbon, reported hearing gunshots in the area of County Airport Road Saturday night, and responding deputies could also hear the shots echoing around the area but could not determine the source.

- Deborah Morris, manager of Kaleidoscope, Peace Valley Road, Rogers, said someone entered the business through the window where the air conditioner had been. The main office was in disarray but nothing was missing, according to deputies.

-Ravanna Bell, Sixteen School Road, Wellsville, reported two motorcycles on his property. When he confronted the riders, they became argumentative then left. He did not know the two people.

- Donna Litman, Y&O Road, Wellsville, awoke Saturday night to find her 1998 Chevy vehicle missing. It was entered as a stolen vehicle.

- Katie Richards, Creek Road, New Waterford, reported Friday she had gone to a friend's to help feed horses and her friend's father became upset with her about feeding his horses too much and took a swing at her with a flashlight. Ryan Cresanto, Peace Valley Road, Rogers, told deputies when he heard about this, he went to get Richards out of the situation and confronted the man who he said pointed a rifle at him, telling him to leave. Neither wanted charges filed against the man, just a report on file. Richards has removed her horses and equipment from the property.

- Residents in the Heck Road area of Unity Township reported Friday someone knocking on doors the last couple of nights. Deputies searched the area but found no one.

- A state Route 172, Minerva mother reported Friday her 13-year-old son has been causing trouble at home and was grounded. When she left for the store, her older son called to say her 13-year-old was trying to hit him with a wrench. When she arrived home, the mother said, her younger son called her profane names and tore apart the house. She refused to file criminal charges against her son, and a deputy had a one-on-one talk with the boy.

-Brooke Whiteleather, Stump Road, Minerva, reported Friday morning her vehicle entered, the center console ripped out and miscellaneous items stolen.

-Sarah Virden, state Route 154, Rogers, reported she got her child on the school bus and after it left, an unknown man in a white Toyota truck drove up to her home, stopped in the roadway, got out and began taking pictures of her home. She asked the man what he was doing, and he began taking photos of her then left.

- William Cameron of Classic Furniture-Appliances, state Route 30, Kensington, reported Friday one of his U-Haul trucks had a passenger window broken out overnight. In another report involving the store, James Clayton, Alliance, who delivers furniture for the business, had reported Thursday morning being called Wednesday while at the car was in Alliance by a man referring to him not taking care of the man's mother, threatening to kill Clayton and calling him derogatory and racial names. Clayton told deputies he had delivered a stove to a Waynesburg woman last year and she called him shortly thereafter to say it wasn't working properly and she wanted it repaired. He advised the store does not do repairs and said that, after several calls from the woman, offered to replace it. He was advised to file a complaint with Alliance police or Stark County sheriff's department since that's where the situation arose.

- Michael Messenger, 4th Avenue, LaCroft called to ask deputies to check on the welfare of Patricia Campbell, Elkton Road, Elkton. Deputies found Campbell in her yard, talking on the phone, and she told them she wanted no contact with Messenger, her former friend. He was advised of this by deputies.



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