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November 14, 2012
Salem News

- Deputies were called to Homeworth Road, Homeworth, in regard to a 15-year-old girl who ran away at 7:50 p.m. Monday. Deputies searched the area but the girl later turned up at a relative's home.

- A Center Road, Homeworth, man reported Monday there were lights on in the vacant house across the road and they appeared to be blinking. The lights were on but the house was secure and there was no one inside.

- A Winona Road, Salem, man reported at 10:13 p.m. Monday hearing noises, and his son checked and heard "scattering" sounds. Deputies checked the property but did not find any prowlers.

- A Depot Road, Salem Township, woman reported hearing someone pounding on her windows at 11:26 p.m. Monday, and this has been going on for several weeks.

- A Failor Road, East Palestine, man reported Monday three men showed up his home wanting to see him. They spoke with his uncle, who told them he was not coming out. The three left before the deputy arrived.

- A Fairfield School Road, Columbiana, man reported Sunday he heard loud gunshots and the next day found a mark in his garage wall and a shotgun slug in the driveway.

- Theft charges are expected to be filed against a 15-year-old boy from the Rogers Honor Farm after he reportedly shoplifted a can of Playboy body spray from the Dollar General store in Rogers during a shopping trip to the store by the group home residents on Sunday.

- A Taggart Road, Wellsville, man reportedly learned someone applied for a credit card in his name.

- An East Main Street, Salineville, man called for a deputy at 4:42 p.m. Monday because his girlfriend was tearing up the house and he wanted her removed. The deputy found the girlfriend to be drunk and gave her a ride to a relative's home.

- A Metz Road, Columbiana, woman reported Sunday receiving threatening text messages from a man she knows, who also assaulted her the day before. She declined to press charges.

- Six Fairfield Township residents reported their vehicles entered and/or items missing Sunday night.

- The home of a Cherry Street, Washingtonville, woman was reported entered on Friday, and missing were the brass side plates to an antique cash register.

- A Salem-Unity Road, Salem, woman reported Friday receiving a package in the mail with a check enclosed, along with instructions telling her to cash the check and send some of the proceeds to an address in the Philippines. She recognized this as a scam and just wanted to make a report.

- Ryan Powell, South Lane, Hanoverton, reported spending the night at a friend's home on Bye Road, East Palestine, after attending the Monday night Steelers' game. Powell said he arrived at the Bye Road address about 3 a.m. Tuesday and in the morning discovered his vehicle was gone after having left the keys inside. Meanwhile, his vehicle was found wrecked on state Route 517 at 4:06 a.m.

- A Plymouth Place, Hanoverton, woman reported Friday someone obtained a credit card in her husband's name and used it to make $1,107 purchases online.

- A Center Road, Homeworth, man reported Friday his home was broken into through a window, but nothing was missing.

- A Trinity Church Road, Washington Township, man called Friday asking what could he do to remove a relative who lives with him. He was advised this was a civil matter.



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