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SHERIFF'S OFFICE

May 13, 2013
Salem News

- Michael Feltner of Austintown reported Saturday having purchased a Kindle Fire from the Rogers Sale for $80. When Feltner called Amazon to activate the Kindle he learned it had been reported stolen/lost.

- Victor Lynn, Grafton Road, Leetonia, called for a deputy after arriving home at noon Sunday to find a pickup truck in his driveway and no one around. While the deputy was en route to the scene, two people emerged from the woods behind Lynn's house, one of whom was his neighbor and the other a surveyor. The neighbor said they had parked there to survey his property after being unable to reach Lynn, and he did not think Lynn would mind. Lynn declined to press charges.

- Aaron Tucker, Old Route 45, Madison Township, reported Sunday his 1990 Crown Victoria was stolen from his property, along with eight to 10 batteries and a torch cart.

- A man who lives in the Twin Oaks Trailer Park, state Route 45, Lisbon, called for a deputy at 7:13 p.m. Saturday because his teenage stepson was refusing to listen to him. The deputy told the boy he should mind his stepfather or he could be charged in county juvenile court with being unruly.

- Amanda J. Scott, 34, of East Liverpool, reported Saturday she was driving her ex-boyfriend, the father of her daughter, to Boardman when he began to smoke in her car after she asked him not to. Scott pulled over in the Save A Lot parking lot in Rogers and ordered him to get out, which he did. The ex-boyfriend then tried to get their daughter out of the car, which resulted in an argument with Scott. The ex then grabbed Scott's phone from her and threw it, striking her in the head. Scott declined to press charges.

- Ronald Richards Jr., 46, state Route 7, Madison Township, called for a deputy at 5:32 p.m. Saturday after getting into an argument with his wife upon learning she signed up for welfare despite the fact he has a full-time job. Mrs. Richards said she was trying to get health care because her husband refused to sign up for health insurance at work despite having a well paying job. The wife left with the children and went to her mother's.

 
 

 

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