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December 20, 2012
Salem News

- A Morris Road, Elkrun Township, man reported Tuesday his pickup was stolen from his driveway. The truck was a gift from his ex-girlfriend and he has no key.

- A Glenn Road, Madison Township,woman reported Monday her landlord let in a relative to perform some maintenance work and in the process cut off the door lock to gain entry. The deputy told the landlord such entries have to be by mutual agreement, and the next time someone could be charged with burglary.

- A state Route 46, New Waterford, man reported Monday being threatened by a caller who said he applied for a cash advance online and his failure to send money would result in his arrest. He was told this was a scam and to ignore the calls.

- A Thomas Road, Lisbon, man reported Sunday he believes his property was damaged by a motorist who lives on Saltwell Road. A deputy went to the Saltwell Road residence and found it was vacant.

- A Rochester Road, Minerva, woman reported Sunday she is in the process of moving into the residence when she discovered items missing and the drawers had been ransacked.

- Tim Robinson, a driver for the Tri-State Cab Co., called at 10 p.m. Tuesday to say he was having problems with a customer who he was supposed to take to his home on Roller Coaster Road, Elkrun Township. Robinson met the deputy at the Ohio Highway Patrol barracks, where the deputy learned the customer was drunk and refusing to leave the cab. The customer agreed to pay his cab fare, and the deputy gave him a ride home.

- A resident of Teegarden Road, Hanover Township, reported Tuesday being harassed by someone she knows.

- Columbiana police asked the sheriff's office for help in chasing a fleeing motor vehicle on Crestview Road, Fairfield Township, at 5 p.m. Tuesday. The vehicle was later found abandoned off Crestview Road, and the suspects were not immediately located.

- A 911 hang-up call was received from a home on state Route 170, Negley, at 2 p.m. Monday. The dispatcher called the house and the homeowner said her sons had been fighting but everything was fine now. A deputy went to the residence and saw for himself everything was fine.

- A man reported his deceased father's home on Rochester Road, East Rochester, was found entered on Tuesday through a basement window, and miscellaneous tools were missing along with a CD burner, two boxes of Lionel trains and a Carhartt vest.

- A state Route 558, New Waterford, man reported Tuesday money was stolen from his wallet and water jug while he slept. He said there was another person staying with him at the time.

- A county courthouse security officer on his way to work reported seeing a light on at the home of the late Melinda Todd, state Route 45, Salem, at 7:39 a.m. Tuesday. A deputy reported the door seals were intact and the residence appeared secure.

- A state Route 344, Columbiana, woman reported Tuesday receiving a call from a credit card company that had her Social Security number. But she never opened any such account, and the caller threatened to have her bank account attached. She was told to contact her bank and the state attorney general.



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