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SHERIFF

March 23, 2013
Salem News

- Deputies were called to Alliance Community Hospital Wednesday for a 26-year-old man found locked in a storage unit. According to reports, Adam L. Inzetta, aka Johnson, Liberty Heights, Alliance, said he was kicked out of his apartment Tuesday after taking his room mate's car without permission. Inzetta reportedly went to his storage unit on U.S. Route 62 with his dog, intending to sleep there. After shutting the overhead door, Inzetta said, someone put a lock on the door, and he was locked in for over a day before a neighbor heard him pounding on the door and crying out for help. The neighbor could not locate the storage unit's owner so broke the lock and transported Inzetta to the hospital. The owner later told deputies she had patrolled the units Tuesday afternoon and saw Inzetta's unit unsecured. She partially opened the door but items began falling out onto the ground, so she closed it and placed a lock on the door. The owner said Inzetta failed to announce his presence in the unit.

- A Hanoverton mother reported Friday her daughter had been bullied this week at United Local High School by a group of girls. School officials were notified by the parents, who also wanted a sheriff's report on file for future reference.

- A South Mahoning Avenue, Alliance, couple reported finding a bedroom window broken out and money and jewelry missing.

- A Wells Hollow Road, Wellsville, woman reported having on-going problems with a neighbor threatening to shoot her dogs, which she said are kept inside her home or chained up. On Thursday, the neighbor reportedly made the same threat against her dogs.

- A McCracken Road, Salem, man reported arriving home to find items stolen and a pry mark on the door.

- A Steubenville-Pike Road, Lisbon, man reported Thursday a neighbor came outside and yelled at him for starting his off-road Geo Tracker. He asked deputies if he is allowed to start the vehicle on his own property and was advised as long as it wasn't late at night.

-A home health care company asked deputies Thursday to perform a welfare check on a Carlisle Road, Lisbon man, and after he failed to answer their knock, they arranged for a family member to come. The man was found deceased in his bed.

 
 

 

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