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November 4, 2013
Salem News

- Deputies responded Thursday to the home of Raymond Hubbard, Riffle Road, Rogers for a possible family problem and were advised that his father has been away and his brother has been staying with their mother and he did not want him nor his wife there. Hubbard's mother said her son could stay, but she did not want his wife there because they always fight. Her son agreed not to have his wife come to the house.

- Matt Keller, state Route 7, New Waterford, reported someone took scrap metal and a half truckload of split firewood from his property.

-Bill Grey, Clewell Drive, Lisbon, reported having political signs stolen from the intersection of state routes 172 and 9.

-Deputies responded Saturday to the home of Tina Dascher, Torma Road, Wellsville for a domestic dispute but there were no signs of violence and Dascher signed a refusal to prosecute.

-Kirk Susany, owner of Susany Builders Inc., state Route 14, East Palestine, reported a Bobcat, four augers and an auger driver had been stolen from the business.

-Brandi Moore, Elkton Road, Lisbon, reported Saturday being assaulted by her live-in girlfriend's friend. Her girlfriend Amy Moore told deputies that Brandi Moore pulled her friend into the residence and assaulted her. Statements were collected and Brandi Moore is to let deputies what she wants to do about the situation.

- Michaela Huffman, Miller Street, Hanoverton, reported Sunday that her boyfriend came to her home to talk but she did not want to talk and he became upset, leaving with her laptop computer. She did not want deputies to contact her boyfriend at this time.

- Melissa Boyle, Haines Avenue, Alliance, reported Sunday having issues with her ex-husband's girlfriend, having found a prescription bottle in her 13-year-old daughter's room that had the girlfriend's name on it. Her daughter said the girlfriend gave her the antibiotic because she had a cold, and Boyle expressed concern over her daughter taking adult medication while at her father's home. She wanted a report on file and a report sent to Children's Services.

-Mark Pudeschi, Connecticut, reported Saturday he was hunting with a friend on Bower Road property when he heard a shot and heard a bullet buzz past them. He yelled at a man he saw standing with a rifle that they were there and the man went into the house. The man told deputies he was shooting at a groundhog and had not seen anyone in that area.

- Deputies responded Saturday to the home of Rachel Eason, Grant Street, Lisbon, for a reported domestic but found that people had been yelling at each other, but no domestic. They agreed to stay away from each other until they could speak normally, according to reports.

- Kim Mobley, Seigler Road, Salineville, reported Saturday her neighbor's dog is always loose and it had killed one of her cats that day. She was advised to contact the dog warden's office, but Mobley reportedly told deputies she has done so in the past and nothing was done. She was given the dog warden's name to contact directly.



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