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SHERIFF'S OFFICE

February 1, 2014
Salem News

- Kailee Piverotto, Bacon Avenue, East Palestine, reported Thursday the front tires on her car were punctured while it was parked at Crestview Local High School.

- Jessica Rayle, Hill Street, Lisbon, reported Thursday seeing footprints going from her mail box to her neighbor's home. She also intends to advise the post office.

- Jason Jenkins of Central Ohio Recovery called for a deputy while he was trying to repossess a motor vehicle at the Hostetter home Waterford Road, Unity Township, at 6:25 p.m. Thursday. Jerry Hostetter had no idea why Jenkins was repossessing his wife's vehicle but then learned she had used the title to obtain a loan and then failed to make payments.

- A deputy was called Thursday to a home on Knox School Road, Homeworth, to check on a 17-year-old boy who lived there. The boy said he was fine and in the process of trying to catch some sleep when the deputy arrived. The boy's grandparents are the ones who asked the sheriff's office to check on him.

- Nancy Bergert, Monroeville Heights, Salineville, reported Thursday that sometime in the past two weeks two abandoned vehicles on their property that are kept for scrap were broken into and the heaters and tools were stolen.

- Robert Lockhart, 48, Riffle Road, Rogers, was arrested on a charge of domestic violence following an incident at his home at 8:36 p.m. Thursday. Lockhart's nephew is Nicholas Hubbard, who said his uncle head-butted him during a dispute that began when Lockhart started screaming at him and his grandmother.

 
 

 

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