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SHERIFF'S OFFICE

February 27, 2014
Salem News

- Southern Local High School reported at 9:40 a.m. Tuesday that threatening messages were found on school work a student turned in on either Feb. 13 or Feb. 20. The homework assignment had students using specific words in sentences. One sentence said, "My teacher censored the part where I said I was going to blow this (expletive) school to peaces (sic)." It was accompanied by a picture of a stick figure holding a detonator and a drawing of the school in pieces. The second sentence stated, "All people that think they are smarter (like teachers) are my Adversaries." When the student was confronted by the assistant principal, he reportedly became defensive, used offensive language and was sent to in-school suspension. The 14-year-old boy was later taken to the Tobin Center.

- Randy Moorefield, state Route 644, Hanoverton, reported at 9:37 a.m. Tuesday he had been parked at a lot on state Route 644 near the gas plant on Monday and his vehicle was damaged when someone backed into him.

- Pete Mudrak, state Route 172, Minerva, reported at 6:15 p.m. Tuesday diesel fuel was taken from four tractors and a skid loader parked on his property. About 100 gallons of diesel fuel was taken.

- An alarm from 21st Century alerted deputies of a possible issue at the home of Randi Carroll, Alderlick Road, Wellsville, at 7:12 p.m Tuesday. Deputies found the kitchen door open, but did not find anyone inside the house. The homeowner's mother left and set off the alarm.

- Pat Baker, McCormick Run, Wellsville, reported at 6:51 p.m. Tuesday she returned and found the back doors wide open and the house ransacked. Two containers of hypodermic needles and items were scattered all over the the house. Deputies checked the home, but found no one inside. Baker was given paperwork to fill out if anything else was found to be missing.

 
 

 

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