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SHERIFF'S OFFICE

March 3, 2013
Salem News

-Deputies responded to state Route 45 in Lisbon Friday night where a man was found with an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound. The West Point Fire Department and North Star Critical Care ambulance crews performed CPR on the man, who was pronounced dead at the scene.

- Casey Wolfe, Murray Road, East Rochester, reported seeing a vehicle leaving a wheat field, which had been damaged by the vehicle. Through the license plate number, deputies tracked down the husband of the vehicle's owner, who said her 17-year-old son had been driving the vehicle that day and had taken it to school. His mother is to bring the boy to the sheriff's office on Monday.

- Deputies were advised Friday of a woman dragging a small girl by her hair to a vehicle at Rogers Community Auction while the woman was holding an infant upside down in her other arm. She left in a vehicle with Jefferson County license plates, and the sheriff's department there was contacted to have the mother call this sheriff's department and to conduct a welfare check on the children.

-Diane Calhoon, Carmel-Achor Road, Negley, reported her trash can set on fire overnight.

- Stephanie Squires, state Route 517, Lisbon, reported applying for a job online and the receiving a pay check before she started working. She later received a warning to cash the check and return the money by Western Union. She failed to cash the check, believing this to be a scam, and is now receiving threatening calls and text messages.

-Bill Smiley, Justison Road, East Palestine, reporting returning home to find the door kicked in and items taken.

- Cory Reinwald, state Route 45, Salem, called to have someone removed from the home, but deputies said the situation was resolved prior to their arrival.

- Ken Baun, Woodville Road, Leetonia, called to report Columbia Gas workers and equipment on his property without permission, which he said caused damage to a driveway leading to an old lease well. Baun said the issue of the lease is currently being resolved in court, and he wanted a report on file of this incident.

 
 

 

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