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October 29, 2012
Salem News

- Steven Paul, Buffalo Road, Kensington, reported Sunday he let a Canton woman he knows borrow his vehicle and she has yet to return it. A deputy called the woman, who agreed to return the vehicle to Paul.

- A woman on Scott Drive, Knox Township, reported her husband is away in the military and a male neighbor keeps sending her text messages saying he can treat her better. A deputy spoke to the man, who denied harassing the woman but said they had a prior relationship and she still has a heater that belongs to him. Arrangements were made for the woman to return the heater.

- Mary Flynn of East Springfield reported Sunday she owns property on North Pleasant Drive, East Palestine, and a person she knows changed the locks and has threatened to burn down the place. Flynn was told to speak with an attorney about the property and Springfield Township police about obtaining a protection order.

- A door was reportedly found open at the Ye Olde Bucket, Lisbon Road, Lisbon, at 1 p.m. Sunday. No one was found inside, and owner Howard Padurean arrived and determined nothing was missing, but he said youths are always messing around the property.

- Bo McGuire, Gavers Road, Gavers, called at 3 a.m. Sunday to request a deputy contact his ex-girlfriend because she was making threatening calls. A deputy called her but no one answered, and McGuire declined to press charges.

- Jesse Hillberry, Clarkson Road, Rogers, reported at 9:21 p.m. Saturday he saw someone in a tan hoodie and jeans going through two vehicles in his driveway before fleeing into the woods. He discovered $10 was missing from the vehicles.

- A deputy was called to a home on Wayne Bridge Road, Lisbon, at 9:10 a.m. Sunday, because a 17-year-old boy became unruly after his aunt and uncle took away his xBox system. The boy was told he needed to mind his aunt and uncle, and he agreed there would be no further problem.

- Pamela Snay, Second Street, Hanoverton, reported at 11:50 a.m. Sunday her estranged husband continues to come around and Sunday he shoved her while retrieving some belongings. Snay was advised to speak with an attorney.

- Jamie Batton, Oak Grove Road, Salineville, reported Friday her laptop computer and TV were stolen sometime over the past couple of weeks.

- Brian Seevers, Center Avenue, Lisbon, reported Friday all four tires on his vehicle were punctured.

- Ron Welther, state Route 14, East Palestine, reported Thursday sometime over the past two weeks tools were stolen from his garage.

- Ivory Stevens, Glasgow Road, Madison Township, reported seeing a suspicious vehicle at 7:50 p.m. Friday. A deputy found a vehicle parked at the intersection of Glasgow and McCormick Run roads, and the driver was identified as Ursula Lewis, who was told she needed to move.

- The father of Dillon Railing, Belmont Avenue, East Liverpool, reported Friday his vehicle was struck by a pumpkin while parked at the Beaver Local football game. The suspect admitted hurling the pumpkin because he was playing around and agreed to take care of the damages.

-A representative for the United Little Eagles reported Saturday their concession was broken into, and money and soda pop were missing.

- Kim Courtney reported possible vandalism to a home on state Route 172 in Hanover Township at 5:45 p.m. Saturday. A deputy found an unoccupied car parked behind the home in question but no one was home, and the home was found to be secure.



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