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SHERIFF'S OFFICE

July 22, 2013
Salem News

- Stephen Clunk, state Route 62, Damascus, was charged Friday with domestic violence after deputies were called to the residence, where they found Clunk coming out of a garage. According to reports, Clunk had called family members while they were away from home to bring him pills for pain from surgery. At one point, he reportedly made a comment about killing one of the family members and a physical altercation also took place between Clunk and another family member.

- Greg Hruby, Bethesda Road, Hanoverton, reported he was expecting a dairy truck to come up his driveway but it was blocked by a parked vehicle. He was advised to contact a towing company to remove the vehicle if it was on his property.

- Brittany Trimble, Lisbon Street, Hanoverton, reported Saturday a man she knows against whom she has a no contact order drove a four-wheeler onto her property. When she opened the door and advised he was not allowed at her house, the man sped off, she reported.

- Deputies were called to a Black Alley residence in Salineville to remove a woman, who left without incident when advised the home owner did not want her there.

-A Chain School Road, East Palestine woman called to say a representative of the Counseling Center had visited her home and seen bruises left by her 14-year-old grandson. She has custody of her grandson, who is in counseling but who she said has been assaulting her. A report will be sent to the juvenile prosecutor for review.

- Brian Petronsky, Richardson Avenue, Negley, reported Saturday four-wheelers on state Route 154. Deputies patrolled the area but found no four-wheelers on the street.

- Marshella Richards, Union Ridge Road, Negley, reported Saturday she has been staying with her niece and her boyfriend but advised them she was moving out. The boyfriend reportedly told her to get all her things out that night or he would burn them. Richards told deputies she has a houseful of furniture and other belongings stored in his garage and would get them as soon as possible. The man was contacted and told deputies he didn't mean what he said and will give Richards time to remove her things.

 
 

 

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