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September 7, 2013
Salem News

- Deputies responded Thursday night to the home of Helen and Richard Chapman, state Route 45, Lisbon for a burglary report. They reported finding Dirk Weston, 50, state Route 164, Lisbon, highly intoxicated, with no shoes on, hiding in some weeds amongst some scrap. When asked what he was doing, Weston reportedly said, "Scrapping," and deputies noticed a trail in the grass from his car. Weston was charged with burglary and transported to the county jail.

- Bruce Risen, Georgetown Road, Homeworth, reported Thursday he had used Cash Net USA in the past for a cash advance and repaid what he owed. He has now had money placed into his account twice that he didn't authorize and was called by someone saying his loan was approved, but he did not apply for a loan. He contacted Cash Net, who said no one had called him but someone had been accessing accounts. He requested a report on file.

- Shanda Mellinger, Sherman Street, Lisbon, reported Thursday she had left a man on May 13, leaving about 16 shotguns at the house which are no longer there. She wanted a report on file since the guns appear to be gone but are registered in her name.

- Brad Soliday, Minerva, a supervisor for Youngstown South Eastern Railroad, reported Thursday he reprimanded two employees for cutting a rail short and one of the two men got angry, throwing a three-foot track wrench at him. When told to stop throwing company tools, the man told Soliday to "do something about it," and threw a claw bar at him. Soliday told the two employees to wrap it up and they began loading tools into the truck. At that point, the employee removed his safety glasses and gloves and struck Soliday in the face with his fist. Soliday told the man to go back to the truck and he did, the the other man told Soliday to watch out and the first man swung a spiking hammer at the supervisor but missed. Soliday and the other man left his attacker behind as they left, but Soliday told deputies he left the keys for the company and his truck behind and they are now missing. He just wanted a report on the assault, which he had already reported to his company.

- A deputy on patrol in the McCoy Avenue area of East Liverpool saw a woman for whom he knew an active warrant existed. He stopped the vehicle and took Beth A. McCauley, 39, into custody. The vehicle was towed by Calcutta Towing.

- Deputies responded Sunday morning to a Padget Road, East Palestine residence where Deanna Gorrell reported her father had been drinking and was intoxicated, insisting she and her mother give him the car keys. There were no assaults or threats made, and her father was warned by the deputies if they returned, he would be charged. He said he was going to bed.



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