Sheriff’s Office

— A possible domestic dispute was reported at 7:11 p.m. Saturday in the 7000 block of state Route 9 in Hanover Township. A woman said she was having an argument with her boyfriend and refused to pursue domestic charges on him.

— Deputies were sent to a property on Metz Road in Unity Township at 4:56 p.m. Saturday to investigate a possible welfare check on a person. Deputies checked the residence and discovered the person does not live there anymore.

— A manager at Rogers food and fuel on Depot Street reported at 9:08 a.m. Saturday that they would be terminating a female employee for stealing a fellow employee’s knife. The manager wanted to make the Sheriff’s Office aware prior to the employee being terminated.

— On May 1, a woman reported she gave two people temporary custody of her two children in February and wanted to revoke that temporary custody and went to pick her children up at the state Route 45 residence in Salem Township. When she got there, the man involved would not let her have the children because he and the other person said she did not follow the temporary custody agreement. All parties said it was not done in court, but was a contract agreed upon by all parties. The responding deputy told the two people to go to the courts to apply for custody of the children if they deemed it necessary, but also told them they had to surrender the children to the mother due to not having custody established through the courts. They complied and surrendered the children.

— Deputies arrived at a residence on St. Jacob-Logtown Road in Salem Township for a report of threats at 8 p.m. April 30. A woman said her friend were there to pick her up and she wanted to leave without any issues. She was told to leave and then left with her children.

— A deputy was dispatched at 5:15 a.m. Sunday for an alarm at American Legion Post 736, Y & O Road, Madison Township. All doors and windows from ground level were secure.

— Possible suspicious activity was reported at 8:57 p.m. Friday on Black Road by a person who told a deputy about suspicious people on private property.

— A woman from Pritchard Avenue reported at 2:53 p.m. Thursday that items were missing from inside her residence.


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