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SHERIFF'S OFFICE

July 15, 2013
Salem News

- People at a address on state Route 172 reported at 8:11 p.m. Saturday they had just taken the keys from a drunk man. Deputies found the man sitting in a Jeep and he told them he wanted to die. Someone in the home told deputies he took a handful of pills and threw the bottle at the house. The man was transported to Salem Community Hospital.

- Mary Chuey, Y Camp Road in Madison Township, reported at 1:36 p.m. Saturday ATVs have been going up and down the road, throwing gravel. Deputies found someone in a red four-wheeler and spoke to him and his grandmother about staying off the roadway.

- Brian Wilson, U.S. Route 30, Hanoverton, reported at 3:05 a.m. Sunday a pickup got stuck in the mud on his property and then the man left walking toward Hanoverton. Police found the pickup with a large electric welder in the bed stuck in the mud with large ruts and a can of beer around the truck. Inside the truck was a cooler of cold beer and ice. Deputies went to the registered owner's home, but did not find him there. A wrecker was called to remove the truck.

- An intoxicated man was reported at Buffalo Hollow at 1:24 a.m. Sunday. Staff members told deputies a volunteer staff member had started acting paranoid, began swinging at people and foaming at the mouth. He was lying on the ground, highly intoxicated when deputies arrived. After he was checked by medics, he was allowed to stay and sleep it off in the camper as long as he continued to behave.

- A domestic dispute was reported at the home of John Andrews, state Route 170, Negley, at 12:50 a.m. Sunday. Andrews told deputies his son had been arguing with his girlfriend, but the two went their separate ways before deputies arrived.

- Joshua Watkins, no address listed, reported a child custody dispute at 11:48 p.m. Friday. Watkins, who was intoxicated, met deputies at the Guilford Grille and claimed when he got home from work his soon-to-be ex-wife and her sister would not leave him alone or allow him to visit with his daughter. The wife told deputies he had been out all night drinking and became irate when he came home. He grabbed her by her hands so her sister threw him out. Deputies suggested Watkins find another place to stay for the night.

- Leah Klusch, U.S. Route 30, Lisbon, reported at 11:32 a.m. Saturday her neighbor came to her home demanding money for some wood put through the sawmill at the neighbor's house. Klusch said her employee had left $100 at the residence when he picked up the wood, but she paid the neighbor again. She did not want the neighbor back at her home and deputies told this to the neighbor. The neighbor brought a $100 bill back to the dispatch window and left it there. Klusch was notified to pick it up.

-Jeff Seaman, Eastlake Road, Lisbon, reported at 5:50 p.m. Saturday on July 5 he found money had been taken from his savings account and transferred to his checking account. Then the money, $4,692, was sent to Spak Bruxells, Belgium.

 
 

 

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