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SHERIFF'S OFFICE

February 21, 2014
Salem News

- At 6:03 a.m. Wednesday, Maple Cotton Ambulance reported 31-year-old Dustin Pierson was dead when they arrived at a state Route 9, Hanoverton, home. Tonya Landsberger and Pierson's girlfriend, Amber Kozar, reported Pierson had surgery about two weeks earlier and was still having medical problems and infection. He had been sleeping on the couch downstairs and then at 4 a.m. was found sleeping on the floor by Kozar. When Landsberger got up to at 5:30 a.m. to give him his medication, Pierson was reportedly unresponsive and face down.

- An employee in the county auditor's office, Jamie Poppelriter, was reportedly threatened by an elderly man about his property at noon Wednesday. The elderly man reportedly said he did not go to a recent meeting held at United Local about the issue because he would have shot everyone and then told Poppelriter if he returned to the courthouse Poppelriter had better jump out the window or get shot. Auditor Nancy Milliken and Poppelriter declined to pursue charges at this time. The man's photo was given to security at the courthouse.

- A possible domestic was reported on South Mahoning Avenue in Knox Township at 11:32 a.m. Wednesday. Deputies spoke to Tiffany Hughes, who was hysterical and yelling inside when they arrived. She wanted to leave and she claimed her boyfriend, Jeff Hall, took her phone and she had nowhere to go. He told deputies she had been abusing her medication and showed deputies her empty pill bottles. He agreed to leave so she could get her belongings and leave.

- Kristen Ours, Mick Road, Wellsville, called deputies at 8:23 a.m. Tuesday at the request of her elderly neighbor. Duane Rosenleib reported their phone was not working and there was a large leak in the roof. Deputies found a phone jack had become wet and when that phone was disconnected the other phones in the house began working again. Rosenleib had called a contractor two days earlier, but had not heard back, probably because of the phone situation. He planned to call the contractor again.

- Deputies checked on Elsie Duncan, Oak Grove Road, Salineville, after she failed to show up to teach a class at 10:28 a.m. Wednesday. Deputies found no one at home, but it appeared someone had been there recently due to a snow-free parking space and footprints.

 
 

 

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