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October 28, 2012
Salem News


- A large pothole or sinkhole was reported on Franklin Street on Saturday. The officer determined the hole was where the utilities department has been working, and the hole had eroded because of the rain. The utilities department was advised of the situation.

- Douglas L. Shutler, 63, reportedly backed into a parked vehicle belonging to Sharon E. Parrish, 66, in the Goodwill parking lot at 12:12 p.m. Saturday. Damage was minor.

- A resident called at 2:22 p.m. Saturday about a vehicle speeding up and down West State Street and Benton Road. An officer waited for a while but the vehicle never returned.

- A man who lives on Aetna Street reported Saturday his neighbor is looking in his windows.

- A resident of West Pershing Street, reported Saturday $240 was missing from his wallet, and his female companion denied taking the money.

- A resident of West Pershing Street, reported money has been turning up missing at his house, and on Friday night someone entered his home and stole money from his pants pocket while he was sleeping. Huyghe was advised to lock his doors.

- A resident of Lexington Avenue, reported Thursday some change was stolen from her vehicle but she also found a camera and knife in the vehicle that did not belong to her. Police believe thieves were going from vehicle to vehicle and probably inadvertently left the camera and knife behind from another vehicle.

- Police were called to a possible overdose on Walnut Street at 6:45 a.m. Saturday and waited until an ambulance arrived to transport the female to the hospital.

- Patrick D. Myers, 37, reportedly backed into parked vehicle belonging to Joshua R. Mellinger, 26, in the Foxes Den lot at 2:07 a.m. Saturday. There was no damage to the vehicle, but Myers was taken into custody for driving under suspension.

- Police came across a car parked in Centennial Park at 12:18 a.m. Saturday and two occupants inside. They were advised the park was closed and left.

- A report was received of a person with bat or club threatening people at the Foxes Den early Saturday morning. A drunk person was reportedly threatening the DJ and was told to leave had refused. The person's friend agreed to drive him home.

- A resident of Park Avenue, asked for police to remove someone from the residence at 1:16 a.m. Saturday. This was determined to be a civil matter and the parties were advised of their options.

- A resident of Washington Street, reported being involved in a domestic dispute at 4 p.m. Friday. The parties gave conflicting stories and were advised of their options and were warned someone or both of them could be charged if they are forced to return.

- Police observed new graffiti on the 1200 block of Holly Hock on Friday.

- A resident of Sharp Avenue reported Friday someone entered her husband's vehicle and stole his GPS device.

- A resident of Jennings Avenue, reported Friday someone broke into her apartment and stole $350.

- Lt. Dave Casto observed a man standing in the middle of a parking lot on North Lincoln Avenue at 6:16 p.m. Friday, and the man was talking loudly on his cell phone and swearing. Casto told him to tone it down, and the man apologized and ended the call.

- Cameron Deruyter, Emmerick Road, reported Friday a $932 unauthorized charge was made from his debit card with a Salem bank and the charge was made to a Malvern business.

- Keith Martin reported there was a man down on North Lundy Avenue at 6:55 p.m. Friday. The man appeared to have had a seizure and an ambulance was summoned.

- New graffiti was spotted on Vine Street on Friday.

- A resident of North Broadway Avenue, reported being involved in a dispute at 7:15 Friday. The parties were told to stay from each other, which they agreed to do.

-The manager of Long John's Silver/Taco Bell reported at 8:47 p.m. Friday three people who were banned from the restaurant showed up and were refusing to leave. They left after police arrived and warned the next time they would be arrested.

- A resident of Washington Avenue, called for police at 9 p.m. Friday after the relative's of his roommate reportedly threatened him. The roommate denied this occurred, and the parties were told to stay away from each other.

- A resident of Home Circle, reported Friday having problems with a child in the neighborhood throwing rocks at his house and refusing to go home.

- A resident of East Pershing Street, reported having some sort of juvenile complaint at 10:35 p.m. Friday. The juveniles were advised of the problem and left.

- A resident of Washington Avenue, reported at 10:47 p.m. Friday her boyfriend pushed her but she declined to press charges. The parties were told to stay away from each other.

- A resident of West 10th Street, called Friday requesting documents about a neighbor who was watching his mother while she was raking leaves.

- Police were called to the woods behind Continental Drive at noon Friday in regard to a person threatening to harm himself.



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