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October 17, 2012
Salem News

- A Carmel Achor Road, Rogers, man reported at 2:35 p.m. Monday he sold a truck to a man from the Akron area on Aug. 1. He forgot there were license plates behind the seat until after the man picked the truck up. He called the man, who told the Rogers man he would mail the plate back to him, but he has not received the plates. Instead he has received two parking fine notifications from the Akron area.

- An East Rochester woman reported at 7:41 p.m. Monday the family of her friend has been accusing her of ruining her friend's life. She reportedly received threatening voicemails from one woman. Deputies spoke to the women, telling them to leave each other alone.

- A Tower Road, Salem, man reported at 6:08 p.m. Monday his company truck and his wife's car were ransacked with only a small amount of change taken.

- Amanda Jett, Bayview Drive, Beloit, reported a domestic disturbance at 12:29 a.m. Tuesday. Her boyfriend, Terry Schaffhause told deputies Jett is in the process of moving out. Then Jett came from a back room and said she was getting her animals and things because Schaffhause had threatened to shoot her animals. While deputies were still there Schaffhause, reported his 9 mm pistol was missing from where he keeps it. Jett claimed Schaffhause had threatened her with it and she threw it in the lake to protect herself. Deputies explained to Jett, Schaffhause could press charges for the gun being taken and she agreed to pay him for the weapon.

- A Rogers woman reported at 9:35 p.m. Monday she received a phone call from a man she knows, who threatened to kill her, her daughter and grandchildren if she made any further police reports.

- A state Route 172, Minerva, man reported at 8:12 p.m. Monday he found his back door open when he came home. Someone had gone through some of his dresser drawers and his gun safe was knocked over. He heard something in the basement and went outside until deputies arrived. Deputies found no one inside the house. Nothing appeared missing.

- Dipak Patel of Barnett's Motel reported at 3:57 p.m. Monday guests staying in adjacent rooms reported someone screaming and banging on the walls in one room. Patel checked on the man, found him screaming and convulsing on the bed along with an empty medicine bottle beside him. Damascus EMS responded and transported the man to Salem Community Hospital.



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