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June 24, 2013
Salem News

- Deputies responded Sunday morning to Jimtown Road in East Palestine for a report of four-wheelers being driven recklessly on the highway. They saw no one at first then parked the cruiser, turning off the lights, when a four-wheeler came toward the cruiser on the road. The driver, Keith Allen of Niles, reportedly told deputies he was visiting family and took the ATV "for a spin." He was advised his actions were illegal. Allen reported someone had shot him in the forehead with a BB while he was driving the four-wheeler, but he declined medical treatment. Deputies followed him back to his family's property and advised him not to bring the four-wheeler back out.

- Deputies responded Saturday night to reports of shots fired on state Route 14 in East Palestine but found nothing amiss.

- Candy Bishop, state Route 14, New Waterford, reported Saturday night her father-in-law came to her home, threatening her and her family. A deputy attempted to reach him but was unsuccessful.

- Traci Amelung, U.S. Route 30, Kensington, reported a silver 1974 boat trailer taken from her front yard.

- Scott Cunningham, South 12th Street, Beloit, reported Saturday night his neighbor was setting off fireworks and cursing. He was advised there wasn't much deputies could do if the man was cursing in his own yard but told Cunningham to call if he started letting off fireworks again.

- Sharon Murphy, state Route 154, Negley, received calls from Macy's telling her someone was trying to increase the credit limit on her account and from Discover, saying a man in Chicago had applied for a duplicate credit card on her account. She filed a fraud report.

- Deputies responding Saturday night to a security alarm activated at Beaver Local High School found a door to the band room ajar. He and a keyholder checked the building and found employees inside.

- Jennifer Engler, Salem-Alliance Road, Salem, called Saturday about people breaking glass on the roadway. Deputies spoke with Adam L Tyson, who said he had broken the mirror on his headboard while carrying it to his car after Engler told him to get his belongings. He told deputies when he arrived, Engler began yelling at him, and deputies reported she was yelling in their presence until told to stop or be arrested.



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