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March 23, 2013
Salem News

-Ethan A. Brian, 16, West Park Avenue, Columbiana, was charged Wednesday with failure to control and a violation for having two passengers in his vehicle while holding a probationary license. According to reports, he was eastbound on Township Road 1017 in Unity Township Wednesday evening when his vehicle went off the road, struck a ditch and embankment, then overturned. He and his passengers, Marie Harmony, 16, and Mikayla Harmony, 15, both of Bessemer, Pa. were all transported by ambulance to St. Elizabeth Medical Center.

-Gary T. Dorsey, 51, state Route 518, Lisbon, was charged Wednesday with assured clear distance and driving under suspension after his eastbound vehicle reportedly struck another driven by Tiffani E. McAfee, 23, state Route 518, Lisbon, who was stopped. Dorsey reportedly exchanged information with McAfee then left the scene.

- While eastbound on state Route 558 Wednesday morning, a tractor-trailer driven by Michael W. Bolen, 30, Perrysville, went off the right side of the roadway, striking a stop sign, continuing east and then jackknifing, coming to rest off the east side of state Route 46. Bolen told officers his brakes failed. He was charged with failure to control.

- A northbound vehicle driven by Nicholas R. Marroulas, 35, Highland Avenue, Salem, went off the side of state Route 45 when he tried to avoid stopped traffic ahead. His vehicle struck a ditch and utility pole. Marroulas was transported by Leetonia EMS to St. Elizabeth Medical Center. He was charged with failure to control.

- An eastbound cargo van driven by Kande Yattassaye, 27, Parma, went off the side of state Route 517 Monday, striking a tree and overturning. Its cargo, a load of books and compact discs destined for the East Palestine library, was not damaged and was loaded into another van in Boardman to be delivered, according to reports. Yattassaye declined medical treatment at the scene, but he was checked out by members of the East Palestine Fire Department, which responded. He was charged with failure to control.

- While northbound on Twelfth Street, a vehicle failed to negotiate a turn onto Hartley Road, went off the road and struck a ditch. The vehicle was unoccupied when officers arrived on the scene, but according to reports, a witness saw a man exit the driver's side and a woman the passenger side. The driver was reportedly overheard by the witness saying he had "totaled" his truck and planned on reporting it stolen the next morning. A vehicle arrived and picked up the man and woman and took them from the scene, according to reports. The vehicle was registered to Cade A. Weiser, 18, West Calla Road, Salem, the patrol reported.

- A vehicle owned by Rebecca M. Vantilburg, Thresh Road, Salineville, was involved in an accident March 14, when it failed to negotiate a curve while southbound on state Route 45, striking a pole before being driven from the scene, the driver unidentified. Vantilburg reported the vehicle stolen to Carroll County Sheriff's Department the next morning, saying she had stayed overnight at her father's and was unaware it was missing until she returned home.



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