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November 12, 2012
Salem News

- Cheryl Eichler reported Sunday trees had been cut on property owned by the Columbiana County Archery Club on Kelch Road, Lisbon. Wood from the trees was in piles to be loaded. The property is posted and no one had permission to cut trees, Eichler told deputies.

-Michael Bonifate, Mick Road, Wellsville, reported his wife's nephew came to his home in reference to a recent property transaction and wanted him to sign something. When Bonifate refused, the nephew became irate, shoving and threatening him. He asked for a report to be filed and also for information on obtaining a protection order.

- Lee Scott and Lee Davis, both of Wallace Road, New Waterford, reported ruts in their yard after a vehicle apparently went off state Route 14, went through their yards and through Scott's fence, also striking a pile of bricks in Davis' yard. There were parts of the vehicle strewn through the area, according to reports.

- Gerome Chuey, Applegate Road, Lisbon, reported his garage entered and two, five-gallon cans of gasoline taken. He also advised deputies of hearing shooting and loud noises in the Chemline area at night.



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