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SHERIFF

September 24, 2012
Salem News

- Paul Jewell, of Northfield Center, reported at 1 p.m. Sunday he and his wife were camping at Rogers Community Auction on Thursday and people were riding around the property on four ATVs and a security guard told them to leave and another person on an ATV came up to his camper and was "staring him down." It scared his wife who then had to be taken to the hospital as a result of the scare.

- Arthur Black, state Route 14, New Waterford, reported at 11:59 a.m. Sunday someone cut the chain to his fence and broke into his shed sometime Saturday night and took brass fittings and a weed eater.

- Mary Bishop, Mountz Road, Salem, reported at 11:40 a.m. Sunday someone entered her home and garage and took several items during the night.

- Sherry Burke, Crestview Road, Leetonia, reported at 11 a.m. Sunday she was receiving threatening phone calls since 3 a.m. from a blocked telephone number and that the caller told her that if her daughter gets custody they are going to burn down her and her daughter's houses.

- Jacob Welsh, state Route 154, Lisbon, requested his mother be removed from the property at 12:58 a.m. Sunday. The woman agreed to leave and deputies told Mr. Welsh to go inside and sleep off his intoxication.

- Deputies went to home on Buffalo Road, Kensington, at 1 p.m. Sunday for a report of a domestic disturbance. No one was found at the home but deputies found Nathan Carnes down the street and he said a woman known to him was at his house earlier and was intoxicated and hit him over the head and was "being plain nasty" to him. Carnes said he didn't know where the woman went and did not wish to press charges.

- Deputies responded to an underage drinking party at a Columbiana home on Lower Elkton Road at 1:50 p.m. Sunday after a homeowner reported finding his two young sons had multiple teenagers over and they had been drinking. The man told deputies he wanted all of the teens out of his home and that his two sons left as well after learning that he was calling the sheriff. Deputies found a 13-year-old girl passed out on an old mattress on the floor and woke her up and took her home and spoke to her mother about the situation.

- Raymond Sheets, White Water Street, Carlsbad, reported at 9:29 a.m. Friday he and another man share a piece of property on Grant Street and the man had taken all the royalty money for the leased land and deposited it into his bank account. Deputies told Sheets it was a civil matter and not one the department would handle.

- William Phillips, Sheely Road, Salem, reported at 11 a.m. Friday he lives on property owned by one of his neighbors and their turkey was pooping on his porch and the neighbor will not do anything about it. Deputies told him it was a civil matter and that since the neighbors own the property they retain land rights.

- Someone reported at 8:25 p.m. Saturday several people were illegally parked at the Spread Eagle Tavern in Hanoverton. A deputy went to the location and didn't see any cars illegally parked.

- Kelly Whalen, Knox School Road, Alliance, reported at 11:14 p.m. Saturday her neighbors were having a party at their house and a group of unknown people came over to her property and were looking around and when confronted by her husband they got into their vehicle and fled. She also reported the neighbor's oldest daughter came up to the fence intoxicated and began to yell and accuse the Whalens of stealing from her family's business.

- At 11:40 a.m. Friday a deputy recovered a stolen vehicle on 14th Street in Wellsville. The vehicle was found over an embankment and smashed against a tree with both airbags inflated.

- Ron Rouse, Edwards Avenue, Canton, reported at 7 p.m. Sept. 14 he was meeting his ex-wife's father on Buffalo Road in Hanoverton to pick up and drop off his children and that the man cornered him up against his vehicle and said he wanted to punch him in the face and threatened to kill him someday. Rouse's son also told deputies he saw and heard his grandfather make the threats and was scared. Deputies spoke with the man who said that when Rouse came to pick up his children there was an issue with him not having a correct car seat for his children and that Mr. Rouse was not caring. He said that he was standing about 20 feet away from Rouse when he told him that someday someone was going to "knock his head off." He also said that he knows that he shouldn't have made the statement but that deputies "would understand" if they knew Rouse.

 
 

 

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