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December 10, 2012
Salem News

- Called by Debra Ramsey, Hanna Drive, Lisbon, to remove her boyfriend Sunday morning, deputies ultimately arrested her for persistent disorderly conduct. They reported finding Ramsey "extremely intoxicated" with no sign of violence in the home. She told them her boyfriend had cut the cord to her radio. After being told numerous times to stop her disorderly conduct, which reportedly included spitting on a deputy and boyfriend and slapping him on the arm, Ramsey was charged.

- Ralph Guappone, Mardis Road, Hanoverton, asked to have his ex-wife, Karen Guappone, removed from his home but then called to say she had left, driving a vehicle, despite being intoxicated. Deputies located Mrs. Guappone driving south on Campbell Road, where she pulled into a driveway. They said she was intoxicated and had an open container of beer in the cup holder and was charged with failure to dim lights and open container. Her vehicle was left in the driveway and she called for a ride.

- An employee of the ice cream store on state Route 172, Hanoverton, opened the store Sunday morning to find $7.92 missing from the cash drawer and seven three-gallon containers of ice cream valued at $26 each missing.

- Mary Beth Gasaway, Black Road, Lisbon, reported a possible prowler Saturday morning, saying it sounded as though someone tried to open a sliding door, which was found slightly open. Deputies searched the property and the area but found no one.

- Anthony Tatgenhorst, 32, state Route 45, Lisbon, reported a Wellsville man he knows pulled into his driveway, began videotaping vehicles, then banged on doors before walking into his kitchen, where he began videotaping the interior. Tatgenhorst said he had been sitting at the kitchen table with the man's estranged wife, who has been staying with him to get away from her husband. Tatgenhorst grabbed his gun and backed the man out the door, where deputies found him. His estranged wife, Jennifer Betz, 27, Trentvale Street, East Liverpool, told deputies he will not leave her alone and she is afraid, so she came to stay with Tatgenhorst, a friend of the family. No charges were reported.



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