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SHERIFF'S OFFICE

July 6, 2013
Salem News

- Tracy L. Wright, state Route 170, Negley, reported at 1:17 a.m. Friday she received a message on Facebook from an ex-boyfriend and the man she currently lives with, Dominic Stacey, started arguing with her about it. He struck her in the nose and mouth, began to choke her and threw her onto the bed. She went into the bathroom and called her aunt, who called the department and at some point he tried to slap her phone out of her hands, causing it to strike her forehead. Stacey reportedly told deputies this happened about four times this week. He was charged with domestic violence.

- A Beach Street, Beloit, woman reported at 2:18 a.m. Thursday someone entered her parked vehicle and went through the glovebox and console.

- Fred Wilkinson, no address listed, reported an accident in a field off of Winona Road and Westville Lake Road at 1:05 a.m. Thursday. A woman was sitting in the van with her two sons, who she had called after the crash. She told deputies she was uncertain what happened. She had been driving down the road and when she realized Westville Lake Road deadended, she thought she was applying the brakes, but it continued into the field and a fire started under the dash. She had thrown items out of her vehicle believing the van was on fire. Deputies did not detect any smell of alcohol.

- A North street, Beloit, man reported at 12:12 a.m. Tuesday someone stole his son's iPod from their home and now they are receiving text messages from the iPod from someone claiming they are using their iPad.

- A disturbance was reported at the Rose Drive Apartments at 11:25 p.m. Monday. Deputies spoke to the grounds manager, who said there had been a confrontation before deputies arrived, but he had asked the disputing parties to leave.

- A man reported at 4:15 a.m. Friday there were cattle on and off the roadway in the area of Whinnery and Schneider Roads. Deputies checked the area, but found no loose cattle.

- Someone reported a teen walking along state Route 154 at 3:56 a.m. Friday. The 16-year-old had left the home of a family member who had become intoxicated and was walking up the state Route 154. Deputies found the boy and took him to meet his grandmother in Rogers.

- A Lakewood Drive, East Palestine, woman reported at 11:44 a.m. Wednesday her ex-boyfriend keeps calling her. She had blocked his cell phone, but now he was calling from another number. Deputies spoke to the ex-boyfriend, who said he has not called her and deputies could subpoena his phone records if they chose to do so. He claimed she has been texting him.

- A Smith Road, Negley, woman reported at 11:02 a.m. Wednesday her two sisters have been living with her, but they are tearing up her house by moving items around. Deputies explained the eviction process to them.

- Ron Rager of Tervita Co., North Front Street, Negley, reported at 3:04 p.m. Tuesday five Caterpillar batteries were delivered last week for some of their equipment and over the weekend someone entered the property and took the batteries. The batteries weigh about 200 pounds each and the total value of the five is $750.

- Frances and Holly Able, Front Street, Kensington, reported at 8:19 p.m. Tuesday they looked out to see a tractor trailer in their yard. The truck driver reportedly told them his GPS told him to turn up their road. The truck, owned by Western Express Trucking of Nashville, Tenn., became stuck in the yard causing multiple ruts and damage.

- A Pine Hollow Road, Lisbon, man reported at 10:45 p.m. Tuesday he heard suspicious activity and a noise which sounded like gun shots. Deputies found someone at a nearby property setting off fireworks.

- A Steubenville Pike, Lisbon, man reported at 1:15 p.m. Wednesday his Cub Cadet tractor, tree trimmer and chainsaw were missing from his garage. He last saw them on Monday and they were gone on Tuesday.

- A Quay Road, Negley, man reported at 6:07 p.m. Thursday he heard a loud explosion outside and found someone blew up his neighbor's mailbox. He heard a vehicle leaving the area, but did not see it.

- Lloyd M. Westfall, 63, North Canton, was cited with OVI at 3:56 p.m. Thursday after he reportedly was coming northbound in a southbound lane on Jackson Street in Lisbon while approaching a police cruiser driven by Deputy Brandon Hoppel. The deputy reportedly swerved in order to avoid having a possible head-on collision with the Corvette driven by Westfall.

- While investigating a possible OVI in Lisbon at 3:56 p.m. Thursday deputies were confronted by the resident of an East Lincoln Way home. Patricia Bell reportedly walked toward deputies, claimed they were on her property and refused to cooperate with requests for her to stay out of their way and on her porch. Finally, she grabbed a bottle with a Weed Be Gone label and began spraying the police cruiser with a suspect from the OVI inside. She argued with instructions for her to leave and was charged with obstructing official business.

- A Depot Road, Lisbon, man reported at 12:57 p.m. Thursday there was suspicious activity in the area. Deputies found a black, Chevy pickup at a home in the area without a license plate on it. Deputies waited in the area for several minutes and other vehicles left the property. Deputies warned the property owner the driver of the black pickup will face a citation if found driving on the roadway or recklessly on private property.

- A Bayard Road, Minerva, woman reported at 12:56 a.m. Friday neighbors were running around the area intoxicated and one of them was attempting to get inside her vehicles by pulling on the door handles. Deputies went to the neighbors' home and after about 20 minutes of seeing them hide and peek through the blinds, threatened to get a warrant if they did not come out to speak with deputies. The two were intoxicated and unable to stand up properly. They were warned to stay off the neighboring properties or they would be charged.

- Ross Chaplow, Metz Road, Columbiana, reported at 3:13 a.m. Friday there was a fight and people needed to be removed. Deputies found Chaplow with a torn shirt and bloody mouth and another woman with blood on her neck. The woman, Amanda Wilson, claimed she and her brother, Robert Crespo had been drinking when Chaplow and her brother began fighting. She attempted to stop it and Chaplow struck her in the mouth. She declined to pursue charges. Her van had scratchmarks on the side, which she said her friend did.

- A U.S. Route 62, Damascus, woman reported at 10:51 a.m. Thursday she is being harassed by someone she knows on Facebook. The other woman was reportedly making comments about her friendship with another person. Deputies contacted the woman, who agreed not to contact her again.

- A state Route 45, Wellsville, man reported at 1:55 p.m. Thursday he had been cleaning his rental house he is selling and noticed two bullet holes in the roof and one in the window seal. He also reported he found marijuana in the house when the tenents moved out, but he threw it away.

- A County Airport Road, East Liverpool, man reported at 2:58 p.m. Wednesday he found someone used his debit card from Home Savings and Loan to make eight purchases in New Jersey. Between June 25 and June 29 someone made the purchases totaling $1,858.

- A state Route 14, East Palestine, woman reported at 2:06 p.m. Wednesday she found her son took three of her checks and cashed two of them for $210, but did not have permission to cash them.

- Laurie Limbach of the East Rochester Post Office, Rochester Road, East Rochester, reported at 1:17 p.m. Wednesday sometime between noon and 1 p.m. someone entered the post office lobby, urinated on the carpet and tore down all the posters on the walls.

- A Longs Crossing, Leetonia, man reported at 10:56 a.m. Wednesday his name is on his father's checking account and he was going through the checkbook when he noticed several checks missing. None of the checks had been cashed and he canceled them.

- A Bell Road, Lisbon, man reported at 11:15 a.m. Wednesday he had ordered an e-Cigarette from a company in Miami Beach, Fla., sending them $4.95 to cover the shipping as requested. However, they billed his account for another $110, which was not authorized. He did receive the product.

 
 

 

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