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SHERIFFS

June 16, 2013
Salem News

- A Ridge Road, East Rochester, resident reported at 2:27 p.m. Friday someone stole several tools from his garage some time after Tuesday.

- A Pittsburgh, Pa., resident reported at 2:38 p.m. Friday she was looking at items near a stand at Rogers Sale when a truck's passenger mirror struck her right arm. Another person followed the vehicle and got the license plate number. The driver was identified as a Hubbard man. Hubbard police spoke to the man, who reportedly admitted to being at the sale and said while he was driving through one of the lanes someone ran into his truck.

- A Madison Avenue, Salineville, resident reported at 7:40 a.m. Saturday she and her husband had a disagreement and he broke the coffee pot and her children's assistance card. He left before deputies arrived, and she declined to press charges.

- A, state Route 644, Kensington, resident reported at 8:56 a.m. Saturday, a vehicle was parked in the church parking lot on Canal Street. Deputies located the vehicle and identified the two people inside. They told deputies the vehicle was overheating and they were waiting for it to cool down.

- A Salem 16-year-old girl reported at 2:59 a.m. Tuesday she stayed the night at a girlfriend's home on Campbell Road, Hanoverton, on June 8 when she received a call from her ex-boyfriend, Brice Cushman, asking her to come outside. He had reportedly been drinking and was yelling at her about their failed relationship. He then allegedly beat and kicked her vehicle in anger, making dents. She told him to leave and went inside, then he reportedly wrecked his vehicle into the ditch while leaving. The home's owner reported the ex-boyfriend also yelled and cursed at him. Deputies had found the vehicle that night and towed it. They reported multiple beer cans scattered around the vehicle in the ditch. Cushman, 19, Pearce Circle, Salem, was charged with criminal damaging.

- A state Route 517, Columbiana, resident reported at 2:27 p.m. Friday someone left the gate open, and his cows got onto the roadway. The resident told deputies his brother, who lives with him, is going through a divorce, and his wife lives next door. He said he placed a padlock on the gate to prevent it from being opened again. Deputies spoke to the brother's wife, who claims the gate to the fence is on her property and there were never any cows in there before. Deputies warned her if the gate is left open intentionally and the cows get hit on the roadway, it could result in criminal charges.

- A Martha Street, East Liverpool, resident reported at 4:27 p.m. Friday the county road department parked its equipment on her property on Teegarden Road. The road department was closed, and she left a message there. Deputies told her who to call in morning.

 
 

 

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