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May 20, 2013
Salem News

- Deputies on Sunday amended a report from Saturday involving a woman who was flown to a Pittsburgh hospital following an incident at the Red Bud Mine on state Route 45. Initially, deputies reported the victim's name as Shelby Allgood, but said Sunday her name is actually Shelda M. (Allgood) Keefer, 45, of state Route 45, Lisbon. She was reportedly dragged by an off-road vehicle being driven by her boyfriend, William E. Vandyke II, 48, same address, after a verbal altercation. Deputies reported Saturday that Vandyke was charged with criminal trespass, and on Sunday reported he now has also been charged with domestic violence. Keefer had been reported in stable condition on Saturday.

- Lisa McKee, DeSellem Road, Lisbon, reported Sunday her neighbor's bull was running loose again, tearing up her yard and garden. A deputy could not reach the neighbor, who lives on Applegate Road.

- Tim Billie, Hillcrest Road, Wellsville, reported Saturday a neighbor is coming on his property and using his water for his horses.

- Jessie Madison, Sixteen School Road, Irondale, reported a 19-year-old man she knows threatened to burn down her house. Deputies spoke with the man, who said he wanted to die and began hitting himself in the face with his fist. He was handcuffed until Tri-County ambulance crews could transport him to East Liverpool City Hospital for evaluation.

- Deputies were called Saturday morning to the home of Elizabeth A. Taylor, 54, state Route 45, Lisbon, for a person to be removed. There, Jessica Ann Kastor, 20, same address, said she and her husband are in the midst of a divorce and he keeps stalking and harassing her. This day, he came to her mother's house and began threatening her friend, instigating a fight, Kastor alleged. He had left five minutes prior to deputies' arrival. Neither Taylor nor Kastor wanted charges filed, just a report.

- Dennis Dotson, Steubenville Pike, Lisbon, reported Friday morning a woman who has been staying with him came from across the road and wanted to stay the night. When he told her to go back from where she had come, she bit him in the arm. Dotson didn't want charges filed but told deputies there is a warrant for the woman, but she could not be located at the home across the street nor walking along the road after residents there claimed she had walked off.



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