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June 7, 2013
Salem News

- Someone reported suspicious vehicles at the Highlandtown Methodist Church on Steubenville Pike in Highlandtown at 9:54 p.m. Wednesday. Deputies checked the area around the church, but found nothing out of the ordinary.

- Don Mullins, Hamilton Road, East Palestine, reported at 4:13 p.m. Wednesday a vehicle pulled into his driveway and the man in the passenger seat began yelling at him about cutting up a minnow net in the creek. Mullins told the man he did not know what he was talking about, which led to an argument and the other man allegedly threatened to kill both Mullins and his cattle. Mullins told deputies he just did not want the person back on his property and gave them the license plate number. The plate number was traced to a man on West Street in East Palestine, who admitted he and his wife were there and someone had cut up his net, which has happened before. Deputies told him not to return to Mullins' property.

- Lisa Whaley, Conkle Road, Salem, reported at 5:09 p.m. Wednesday someone was breaking into her home at that time. Deputies found Robert Sterling and Roxannie Cope in the driveway. Sterling, Whaley's ex-boyfriend, had recently sold the property to Cope and had moved out about a week ago. Deputies have previously told Cope she needs to evict Whaley, but Cope said her attorney told her she could go there and into the house without notifying Whaley. Whaley and the children showed deputies pry marks they claimed were made by Sterling attempting to get inside the back sliding door. After consulting with the prosecutor's office, deputies reiterated to Sterling and Cope they need to evict Whaley and they cannot break into the house while people are living there.



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