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SHERIFF'S OFFICE

January 4, 2014
Salem News

- Christine Dine called in regard to a domestic dispute on Bell Road, Elkrun Township, at 11:37 p.m. Thursday. Deputies arrived and spoke with Dawn Bruckman and Mark Williams, who said they had been arguing. Bruckman was in the process of moving out and was concerned Williams would destroy her personal property. Both were advised if either did this they could be charged with criminal damaging.

- An automated medical alert was received from a home on Old Route 558, Salem Township, at noon Dec. 30. The deputy found the door unlocked but no one was home. A neighbor said the resident may no longer live there but he sees her son at the house.

- Steve Paul, Buffalo Road, Kensington, reported Thursday receiving calls from Virginia Mills, against whom he has a no-contact court order. Paul was advised this was a civil matter and to contact the court.

- A deputy received a report of someone stuck in the mud in a small field at the corner of Middle Beaver and Elkton roads in Elkton at 12:18 a.m. Dec. 24. A deputy arrived to find Aaron Tucker and Annette Tice and Tucker's pickup stuck in the mud to its frame. Tucker said he was checking his muskrat and beaver traps when the truck became stuck, but he was unable to produce any trapping permits, nor was there any trapping equipment in his truck. Tucker admitted he was lying and that he was out with his girlfriend when they became stuck. Tucker's friend tried to pull the truck out with a tractor but was unsuccessful, so the deputy contacted Baker Towing. The field is owned by the township, which intends to pursue criminal charges.

 
 

 

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