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SHERIFF'S OFFICE

February 18, 2013
Salem News

- Anthony Daugherty of Amsterdam reported spending Saturday night at a residence on Stookesberry Road, Elkrun Township, and when he awoke in the morning his pickup truck was gone. Daugherty left his keys in the truck.

- Larry Rose, Hammond School Road, Madison Township, reported a vehicle alarm was going off without end at 1:25 p.m. Sunday, but it quit by the time a deputy arrived. Meanwhile, a dispatcher spoke with Eugene Williams, who said he purposely set off his vehicle alarm to annoy a neighbor he suspects of burning poisonous gas. The deputy advised Williams to cease doing this because he was harassing other neighbors too.

- Molly O'Connor, Bandy Road, Alliance, reported Sunday she had gone to a house on Case Road in Knox Township to help a friend move. O'Connor suspects she may have been drugged because the next thing she remembers was waking up at the Case Road residence when her boyfriend found her. She said the following items were missing from her purse: cash and prescriptions for Adderall, Percocet and Xanax.

- A deputy was asked to check on a residence in a trailer park on state Route 558, Salem Township, at 11:18 p.m. Feb. 8 because the caller was worried young children were being left home alone. The deputy reported everything was fine.

- Lisa Sullivan reported Friday seeing a black minivan leave her brother-in-law's residence on Carmel Achor Road, Rogers, and he was not home. Some car parts were later discovered missing.

- A deputy was called to the Columbiana County Archers Club on Kelch Road, Lisbon, at 6 p.m. Friday, where Tom Kitter reported having problems with the Cochrans cutting down and removing trees from their property. Kitter said he confronted them and they became angry. The deputy spoke with Robert Cochran, who said he was only logging on his property. The deputy asked Cochran to get with Kitter and review the survey of the property boundaries the club had performed to eliminate any future confusion.

- A deputy was called to a domestic dispute on Cherry Valley Road, Leetonia, at 7:45 p.m. Friday, where a 15-year-old boy said he wanted his father arrested for shoving him. The boy admitted this occurred after he became angry because his parents refused to let him attend a party. The boy had a bloody nose, and his mother said he has a habit of hitting himself in the face when angry and that is what he had done this time. The deputy told the boy he needed to listen to his parents and to quit injuring himself. The boy apologized to his parents and declined to press charges against his father.

 
 

 

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