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December 18, 2012
Salem News

- Dillon K. Daugherty, 18, Clover Street, Minerva, was eastbound on U.S. 30 in West Township at 4 p.m. Saturday and failed to stop in time and struck Jacqueline J. Pendleton, 82, Andora Road, East Rochester, who was also eastbound on U.S. 30. Pendleton then went off the left side of the road. She was taken to Altman hospital with possible injuries and Daugherty was cited for assured clear distance ahead and taken to a hospital by her parents.

- After seeing a vehicle parked on the berm of U.S. Route 30 Thursday, a trooper approached and reported smelling burned marijuana and cologne coming from inside. The driver, Michael F. Hipsley, 19. state Route 39, Salineville, said he ran out of gas and his girlfriend was bringing him some. When asked to accompany the trooper back to his cruiser, Hipsley exited his vehicle, reportedly dropping an empty baggy from his lap. He told the officer he didn't know what had been inside. The trooper saw what appeared to be a partially burned blunt and piece of marijuana stem in the door's handle. St. Clair Township K-9 Axel was called to the scene and walked around the vehicle, and the canine alerted on the driver's side, according to reports. A search of the vehicle reportedly turned up three partially smoked blunts in the door handle and a piece of marijuana stem. Hipsley said he had no knowledge of the items found, and did not appear to be impaired so was released after being charged with possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. The items were packaged and sent to a lab for analysis.



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