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SHERIFF'S OFFICE

January 3, 2014
Salem News

- James Bihlman of Hammond Construction reported at 8:54 a.m. Thursday a pump and 1,500 gallons of diesel fuel were stolen from a tank. The work site had been shut down since Dec. 23 and when they opened it up on Thursday they found the pump and the fuel missing. Someone cut the wire holding the fence closed and entered. The fuel and pump belonged to Dipetro Excavating.

- George Taylor, Clewell Drive, Lisbon, reported at 12:15 a.m. Thursday a man walked up to the van while Taylor was parking in the driveway.

- Wayne Dillon, Pancake Clarkson, Rogers, reported at 7 p.m. Wednesday someone threw a rock through the front of the picture window of the home.

- Heather Bell, Lake Street, Beloit, reported at 10 p.m. Tuesday she heard yelling and gun shots from the house across the street. Deputies found three spent 9mm casings laying on the ground in front of the front door of the home across the street. The homeowner, Addam Prendergast, 40, claimed another man, Brennan Carr was at the home causing a disturbance, but had left before deputies arrived. According to Prendergast, the man was swinging a tire iron and a ball bat hitting the house and vehicles. Prendergast then said he retrieved his handgun from the bedroom, went outside and fired four shots in the air to scare Carr away. Prendergast admitted to having "a few" drinks. He also reported no damage to his home or vehicles. He was charged with firing a weapon while intoxicated.

- Whitney Trosky, McClosky Road, New Waterford, reported at 8:10 p.m. Wednesday she found several items missing from her home, including a Playstation Three with two controllers and five Playstation Three games - Lego Batman one and two, Lego Star Wars, Kill Zone and Motocross. She was also missing a Toshiba laptop and a pair of children's Air Jordan shoes. A note was found on the kitchen table with "dead" written on it. The items were valued at $970. The house had been left unlocked.

 
 

 

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