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July 7, 2013
Salem News

- Bob DeLuca of the Flying Finn Campground, Brushville Road, East Palestine, reported Friday the child of one of his campers was causing problems and he warned the youth he was going to contact the parents. The deputy told DeLuca to call back if he had any more problems.

- A Yeager Road, Wellsville, woman reported Friday her deceased husband's brother was acting in an aggressive manner toward her after she retrieved her husband's truck from her. The brother-in-law said the only thing he has done is drive by woman's house and they stare at each other. He was advised to stay away from her.

- An East Liverpool Road, Madison Township, resident reported she and her husband awoke at 5 a.m. Saturday to find a farm tractor missing from their property. She said the tractor had been sitting for sale in their yard.

- A deputy was called to Timashamie Campground, Georgetown Road, Butler Township, at 12:25 a.m. June 30 in regard to complaints from campers about a man yelling at them and waving a gun around. The deputy spoke with a man by the name of Joseph in his yard, and he denied having any firearms on him but said he did speak with the campers about being too loud. He was told the next time to call the sheriff's office. A camper called the sheriff's office the next day to say the man did threaten to shoot anyone who set foot into the creek at the edge of the campground. Another camper said they also heard a gun go off that afternoon.



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