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SHERIFF's OFFICE

October 2, 2013
Salem News

- Ken Filing, Steubenville Pike, Hammondsville, reported at 12:55 p.m. Monday his camper was stolen from the property. Deputies ran the VIN provided by Filing and found it was registered to another owner. Filing claimed he never switched it into his name. Deputies told him to have that done and then they will enter it into the database as a stolen camper.

- Robert and Barbara Maines, Richardson Street, Negley, reported at 4:50 a.m. Monday someone entered their home while they were sleeping. Robert Maines told deputies he heard rustling downstairs and the dogs became agitated. When he started down the stairs he heard a bang from his cellar door, which leads outside the house. All of his handguns were taken from the cellar and $80 from his wallet on his kitchen table. A door handle was dented and the kitchen window was pushed up about six inches. While deputies were there investigating, Robert Maines found a bow case, which was usually near his guns in the basement. Instead it was out of place beside a door and contained all his handguns. Deputies believed Maines coming down the stairs spooked the robber and the person fled without the case. A neighbor told Maines he saw a 1998 dark Cavalier driving suspiciously in the area.

- Melissa Chapman, North Front Street, Negley, reported at 3:42 p.m. Monday sometime overnight someone entered their home and went through purses and stole a Nook tablet and Wii game console. Chapman told deputies she heard a noise at 4 a.m., which woke her while she was sleeping on the couch near the front door. She looked out and saw someone walking through the front yard and fell back to sleep. In the morning she found the items missing.

- Betty Davidson, Richardson Avenue, Negley, reported at 5:57 p.m. Monday she is missing $40 and the tickets she was selling for a quilt raffle, which were in her purse.

- A state Route 558, Leetonia, woman reported at 5:05 p.m. Monday she received a call from someone claiming to be from Microsoft who said her computer had been hacked and she needed to install an anti-virus. The man told her it would cost $129 and would protect her for the year. She tried to pay for it, but the bank declined the charge. He then tried to get her to go to Western Union to wire him money in India. She called her son, who lives in Arizona, and they agreed it was a scam.

- A Major Road, Minerva, man reported at 3:47 p.m. Monday he called police on Saturday about his ex-girlfriend and now her boyfriend is texting and harassing him. He said the other man threatened to harm him and his animals.

- A10th Street Extension, Wellsville, man reported at 9:41 p.m. Monday, a man he did not know called and threatened to harm him.

- Autumn Schwartz, North Pleasant Drive, East Palestine, reported at 8:29 a.m. Monday she has been having an ongoing problem with the neighbor's chickens on her property and inside her garage.

 
 

 

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