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April 20, 2013
Salem News

- Todd Lewis, 25, East Lincoln Way, Lisbon, was charged Thursday with disorderly conduct after his father, who was not identified in reports, called to have him removed from his property on Hunters Camp Road, Lisbon. His father reportedly told Todd several times to leave, to no avail, and deputies also told him to leave. When he failed to do so, Lewis was arrested.

- A resident of 10th Avenue Extension in Wellsville called Thursday, asking to have her ex-husband removed from the home they share. Deputies arrived to find the man had dementia and called Tri-County Ambulance to examine him. It was determined the man needed to be hospitalized, and he went with no problem.

- A state Route 518, Lisbon, woman reported receiving a call from a Cleveland man who wanted directions to her house so he could give her a free panic alarm. When the man learned she was not in the residence alone, he hung up, and she told deputies she believed it to be a scam.

- Deputies responded to a home on state Route 45, Lisbon on Thursday for a 17-year-old boy making suicidal threats. He was transported to Salem Community Hospital by KLG Ambulance.

- A Votaw Drive, Lisbon, man reported his wife and a friend traded shirts temporarily, and he wants his wife's shirt returned. The friend already got her shirt returned, he reported. Although a deputy advised him this is a civil matter, he left a message on the other woman's voicemail about the issue.

- Deputies were called to Route 62 and Meadowwood for a suspicious man but found no one.



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