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November 25, 2012
Salem News

- A state Route 9, Hanoverton, woman reported Saturday receiving a call from a man offering to reduce her credit card debt, but she told him she was not interested and to quit calling. The man swore at her and told her he was now going to call her back five more times. Caller ID showed the call came from North Dakota.

- A Laughlin Mill Road, Hanover Township, man reported his home was entered Friday night while he and his wife were asleep and after they left the door unlocked, and the only thing missing was rolled coins stolen from a hutch. H has a suspect in mind.

- The following Homeworth-area residents reported their vehicles entered and ransacked Friday night: Darcy Rich, Hanselman Road; Joann Early, Winona Road; Brad Maris, Homeworth Road; Ron Matz, Bayard Road.

- A Lake Road, Beloit, man reported Saturday his neighbor blocked his driveway with a log splitter.

- A Hill Street, Lisbon, woman reported Saturday her husband is in the process of erecting a fence but someone keeps pulling up the stakes.

- A Line Road, Madison Township, woman reported at 2:33 p.m. Friday her husband struck her arm while trying to grab a phone from her hand. She was uninjured but wanted her husband to leave. The deputy told her he could not make her husband leave since he lived there, but the husband agreed to leave.



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