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SHERIFF'S OFFICE

October 22, 2013
Salem News

- Robert Cope of Cope Farm Equipment, U.S. Route 62, Sebring, reported at 4:45 a.m. Monday he heard something outside and went out to find two people in hoodies loading old batteries into the bed of an older model Chevy short-bed pickup. He approached them and they left. He fired a round from a 12-gauge shotgun at the back rear tire and it went flat. The pickup was last seen going eastbound on U.S. Route 62. Five batteries were found in the parking lot and seven were found on the roadway by firefighters.

- Yolanda Loyer, no address listed, reported at 6:09 p.m. Sunday her husband went to pick up her children from her ex-husband at his home on Georgetown Road and the ex-husband refused to turn the children over. Loyer reported her son sent her a text message that he wanted to come home and was afraid. Deputies spoke to the ex-husband, who claimed he is to have the children until 8 p.m. She claims the court paperwork states 6 p.m. The ex-husband called deputies back at 8:30 p.m. to state Loyer never came to get the children and he was driving them to Sebring to try to return them.

- A Homeworth Road, Homeworth, woman reported at 11:38 p.m. Saturday, an alarm went off in the garage and she saw someone running away.

- Deputies responded at 3:05 a.m. Saturday to an alarm at West Point Carry-Out, state Route 518, Lisbon, and found signs someone attempted to force their way inside.

- A Lincoln Street, Salineville, man reported Thursday that on Sept. 27 he received a credit card from J.C. Penney in the mail, which he had not applied for and already had another card from the company in his possession. The card was in his wife's name. He called the credit card security division and learned not only was that card issued but additionally cards were recently applied for and used at Belk's, Best Buy, Lowes and Kohls. The Best Buy and Lowes cards were used in the amounts of $2,412 and $1,156 in the Charlotte, N.C. area.

- A Hillcrest Road, Wellsville, woman reported at 3:26 p.m. Thursday her house was broken into when someone came in through the door of an enclosed porch by taking the window panes out of the door. A Taurus .45 automatic pistol with a loaded magazine was taken.

- A Mick Road, Wellsville, man reported at 2:56 p.m. Thursday someone attempted to get inside his home, trying all the windows, which were locked. A hoe appeared to have been taken from the garage and left by the door. Nothing appeared missing.

- A Depot Road, Rogers, man reported at 6:16 p.m. Thursday his neighbor shot the window of his home with a BB gun. He spoke to the neighbor, who agreed to pay for the damage, but he just wanted a report on file.

- Danielle Leininger, Kibler Road, New Waterford, reported at 12:33 p.m. Saturday her ex-boyfriend, Lyle Farmer, and his new girlfriend, Hope Herndon, came to the house wanting a dog he and Leininger owned when they were together. Leininger told them to leave and the dog was not there, but they returned three times. One of those times, Leininger's new boyfriend chased them away with a baseball bat. At that point, Farmer reportedly told the new boyfriend he had a gun and held something up in his hand. Deputies found Farmer driving on Timber Run Road and charged him with criminal trespassing and driving under a revoked Virginia driver's license. Herndon was found by state troopers walking on Timber Run Road and was charged with criminal trespassing.

- Jack Halverstadt, no address listed, reported at 11:11 a.m. Saturday he was checking his aunt's summer home in Negley and found someone kicked the front door in. He checked, but did not find anything missing.

 
 

 

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