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April 25, 2013
Salem News

- A state Route 9, Kensington, woman reported at 10:36 a.m. Wednesday she received a telephone call from a man claiming she owed $3,000 to an online payday loan. She told deputies she had not taken out a payday loan, but has researched them in the past couple days on the Internet. The company who called has her bank account and routing number. Deputies advised her to call her bank and credit card companies to switch her accounts.

- A woman reported a domestic dispute on 18th Street Heights, Wellsville, at 9:42 a.m. Wednesday. Deputies spoke to both people at the residence and learned no violence or threats occurred. A woman and child were given a ride to a home in Irondale.

- A 13-year-old Union Ridge Road child reported at 9:29 p.m. Tuesday her mother choked her, and she left the house. The teen was at a neighbor's home on Pancake Clarkson Road. Deputies spoke to the mother, who said her daughter has been unbearable for the past month and deputies had been called to the house once before due to her behavior. On Tuesday, the girl was upset about being made to go to bed at 8 p.m. and flipped out. The mother said she attempted to restrain her daughter.

- A state Route 45, Lisbon, woman reported at 3:29 p.m. Tuesday her Galaxy tablet was stolen and it would cost $450 to replace it. She believes the tablet is still being used by someone on her Verizon account.

- A man was flown for medical care following a four-wheeler crash in a wooded area near Clarks Mill Road, Salineville. Carla Cloom, Clarks Mill Road, Salineville, reported at 8:03 p.m. Tuesday, Jerry Jackson of Lisbon had been riding in the woods behind her home. He lost control and struck a tree.

- Ashley Mattern, Carmel Achor Road, Rogers, reported at 10:20 a.m. Tuesday she received a phone call from U.S. Capital Loans last week and believing the company was on the level she applied for a loan. She followed instructions and place $550 into a money pack account. It was withdrawn in two separate transactions, one for $350 almost immediately following its placement into the account. She tried to contact the man she had spoken to, David Morrison, several times, but there was no answer and she felt they had blocked her number. When she called from another number she was connected with the same man, who questioned why she called from a different number. Deputies spoke with Morrison, who had an accent and laughed about it. After speaking with him and another person, it was determined $540 would be returned to Mattern due to her loan not being approved.

 
 

 

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