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SHERIFF'S OFFICE

November 1, 2013
Salem News

- Amy Bailey, Carmel-Achor Road, Rogers, reported at 8:16 p.m. Wednesday her husband's brother threatened her husband. Deputies spoke with Bob Bailey, who said when he pulled into his brother's driveway on Dutchtown School Road to return a set of keys to his brother, he could hear his brother shooting a shotgun. His brother did not shoot in his direction, but he believed he was shooting to intimidate him. He immediately left and the shooting stopped.

- Lora McLaughlin, Francis Drive, Wellsville, reported at 8:40 p.m. Sunday her live-in boyfriend came home drunk and grabbed her. She tried to leave, but he reportedly refused to let her leave at first. Deputies spoke to her boyfriend, who did not appear intoxicated and was cooperative while she gathered some belongings to leave. She signed a refusal to prosecute form.

- Mandy Stewart, Yellow Creek Church Road, Salineville, reported a suspicious vehicle at 9:32 p.m. Wednesday, but then called back to report she recognized it.

- A Metz Road, New Waterford, woman reported at 10:17 p.m. Wednesday she was receiving threatening text messages from her ex-husband. He reportedly texted he has a gun, she messed up by getting rid of him and she was messing with the wrong person.

- Kelsey Anderson, Bear Hollow Road, Lisbon, reported at 11:20 p.m. Wednesday she returned home to find a suspicious vehicle sitting at the end of her driveway. As she pulled in, the other vehicle pulled out. She followed the vehicle as it circled back around and then picked up a man standing in her driveway. She followed the vehicle again onto state Route 7 and was able to give deputies a registration number. When Anderson returned home she did not find any evidence of anyone being inside her house.

- Damascus Station 62, U.S. Route 62, Damascus, reported at 5:20 p.m. Wednesday two black men entered the store and purchased a package of cigars. By asking for change in different denominations and distracting the cashier, the men managed to scam the clerk out of $150. A customer attempted to get their plate number, but it was reportedly covered over with something. The older model vehicle was described as dark green with a rear sitting unusually low to the ground.

 
 

 

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