— A Leslie Road, Middleton Township, man reported at 1:50 p.m. Wednesday he recently has been the victim of two scams where someone sent him checks. One person, who purportedly was a representative of Bud Light, sent him a check for $3,950, asking him to deposit the check and send them back some of the money in money orders. Another person, reportedly from Georgia, attempted to get him to deposit a $2,610 check, supposedly from a settlement for a person without a bank account. When he attempted to deposit the checks, Key Bank told him the checks are fraudulent.
— Deputies were asked to remove a person from a state Route 14 property at 1:33 p.m. Sunday, but when they arrived the man said he had permission from the homeowner to be there. Deputies contacted the homeowner, who said he was allowed to be there, but to tell him he should not return again.
— An open door was reported at the Hanover Auto Mall at 10:24 p.m. Sunday. The door was broken from the door frame, but everything inside the business appeared to be in place. Deputies checked inside and found no one.
— While two other people were exchanging children at 10:46 p.m. Tuesday, Kasen Smith arrived and kicked the vehicle the mother of the children was driving, causing damage to the vehicle. Smith, 24, East 11th Street, Salem, was cited with criminal damaging.
— A Miller Road, Center Township, woman reported at 1:27 p.m. Tuesday she was being locked out of her home by her brother. She told deputies she and her boyfriend had been staying at the home for more than a week, receive their mail there and had their clothing and possession inside. After she and her boyfriend had an argument, her parents reportedly wanted her out of the house. Deputies explained the eviction process to those involved.
— A woman reported at 3:21 p.m. Tuesday, she has a no contact order with a man, whose mother messaged her on Facebook stating he his currently in county and she needs to mind her own business. The mother also messaged her that she would get her for harassment. Deputies obtained a statement and a photo of the Facebook message. The information will be sent to the man’s probation officer, because he has already been sentenced.
— A Francis Drive, Yellow Creek Township, woman reported at 8:32 a.m. Wednesday, she allowed her dog to stay with her brother and now he will not give the dog back. Deputies spoke to the brother, who said the dog was left with him for a year and his sister does not own the dog, his grandmother does. Deputies told her to show her brother a dog license and he will give the dog back.