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SHERIFF'S OFFICE

November 13, 2013
Salem News

- Someone reported two children at home alone at a Winona Road, Salem, address on Nov. 6. Deputies spoke to the mother, who said she did go outside to get some items out of the car, but was only out of the house for a couple of minutes.

- A Metz Road, New Waterford, woman reported at 12:14 a.m. Tuesday her ex-husband has been texting her and threatening her that she is going to lose custody of her children. Deputies were unable to contact him.

- Deputies were called to a Hill Street, Lisbon, address at 5:52 a.m. Sunday, where they found two women were scuffling in the yard. One woman, Jane Batton, 28, Youngstown, was yelling and swearing loudly about a swingers' group issue. Batton had reportedly began drinking too much and assaulted both her husband and another woman at the group. Both declined to pursue charges, but Batton continued to scream and began hitting her head off the car window of a police cruiser. She was charged with disorderly conduct and pepper sprayed at the jail after multiple warnings to behave.

- Sharon Mann, Trinity Church Road, Lisbon, reported at 11:02 a.m. Sunday, a yellow, five-foot King Cutter rototiller was stolen from the barn.

- Denise Blaner, Leslie Road, East Liverpool, reported at 9:02 a.m. Sunday someone spray painted on the wall of Beaver Local High School. School employees were there by the time deputies arrived and were going to try to remove the paint, which was still fresh.

- Jacob Bell, state Route 558, Salem, reported another man, Paul Faulkner, came to Franklin Square to meet him. Bell told deputies he was planning to buy marijuana from Faulkner, but he showed up with an unsatisfactory bag and Bell refused to buy it. Words were exchanged and Bell said Faulkner then attempted to scare him by showing him a gun. Bell said he rushed to the car and the other man drove off, then called Bell on his cellphone to tell him he was going to Bell's grandfather's home on Campbell Road to collect the money. Deputies checked on the grandfather. Faulkner called deputies claiming he went to meet Bell because Bell owes him money. He denied anything about drugs or showing Bell a gun. Bell declined to pursue charges.

- Donna Huhn, Bayard Road, Minerva, reported at 10:18 p.m. Monday she saw a pickup she recognized go past her home at about 8:11 p.m. and now had found numerous roofing nails in the driveway. There has been a recent civil lawsuit between her and the person she believes responsible. She also reported she recently received a threatening letter from him telling her she has five days to pay him the money he was awarded.

- Deidre Steigina, Walnut Grove, New Waterford, reported at 1:36 p.m. Monday her 23-year-old son moved out on Thursday, but was back on Monday. She does not want him living there again. Deputies explained the eviction process to both Steigina and her son. She presented him with a three-day notice dated for Monday alerting him he will no longer welcome at the home.

- Angela French, Rochester Road, East Rochester, reported at 3:02 p.m. Monday someone broke into the house they are remodeling. The basement window was broken and the door from the basement to the upstairs was kicked in. The electric meter on the outside of the house was pulled off, but nothing appeared missing.

- Joe Szabo of the Ohio Division of Resource Management reported at 1:47 p.m. Nov. 6 he was checking reclaimed land in the area of Fairmont Road in Elkrun Township when found a burned out vehicle. The VIN was illegible, but the license plate number belonged to Niko Baker. Deputies attempted to contact him on Nov. 7 and Baker reported the vehicle stolen at 3:07 p.m. Nov. 7. Baker said he left the vehicle parked behind his mother's house in July and had been incarcerated in the county jail until Nov. 3. On Nov. 5 he went to check on his car and found it missing. He called his mother on Nov. 6 to ask where his vehicle was and she did not know.

- A domestic dispute was reported on Dyke Road, Negley, at 1:20 a.m. Saturday. Deputies met Angela Walsh and her two children on the corner of Dyke and Sprucevale roads. Walsh told deputies she was at the home of Angela Veglia, who had asked her to come over. She claimed Veglia got upset and pushed her into a window breaking it. Deputies spoke to Veglia, who claimed Walsh had been drinking too much, lost control and threw a wine bottle at her window. She did not want Walsh to come over again. Deputies gave Walsh and the children a ride to their home in LaCroft.

- Diane Sanor, Westville Lake Road, Beloit, reported shots at 11:41 p.m. Friday. Deputies heard multiple gunshots when they arrived and found someone sighting in a shotgun using his vehicle headlights. He was warned of the dangers of shooting after dark and instructed to wait until daylight.

- Deputies went to the home of Melvin Palmer, Lisbon Street, Hanoverton, after Shaun Freeman requested a welfare check due to being unable to reach Palmer for some time. Deputies knocked on the door and used a flashlight to look inside. Dogs and cats were visible, but no people.

 
 

 

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