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Daily Happenings 10-13-20

Births

Out of town

Maggie and Conrad Shafer of Carrollton, a boy, Sept. 11, Aultman Hospital, Canton.

Trinity Medical

Center West

Nicole and William King of Steubenville, a boy, Sept. 21.

Destiny Kimble and Greg M. Bayne of Wintersville, a girl, Sept. 24.

Allisha and Kasey Blackburn of East Rochester, a girl, Sept. 24.

Montayia Johnson and Jeffrey Howard of Wintersville, a boy, Sept. 26.

Anna and Theodore Harwood of Steubenville, a boy, Sept. 26.

Ashley Nicole Dobbs and Andrew Jay Vogel of Steubenville, a boy, Sept. 29.

Marissa Howcroft and Jerron Smith of Steubenville, a girl, Sept. 28.

Harley and Jaden Rogers of East Liverpool, a boy, Oct. 3.

Tiffany Khasnich of Weirton and Zachariah Jackson of Wintersville, a girl, Oct. 6.

Saber Higgs and Bradley Huntington Sr. of Steubenville, a boy, Oct. 6.

Police reports

Steubenville police

Arrested: Tamye Knight, 55, 1668 Wilson Ave., Steubenville, possession of cocaine, possession of drug paraphernalia and failure to appear warrant (Belmont County), Saturday.

Arrested: Darious Deandre Robinson, 19, 1324 Wellesley Ave., Steubenville, public intoxication, Saturday.

Arrested: Kenneth Geiger, 40, 356 Terrace Ave., Steubenville, failure to appear, Saturday.

Brooke County sheriff

Arrested: Paula C. Weisol, 53, Wheeling, warrant for trespassing, Oct. 6.

Arrested: Beth C. Sabatino, 51, 956 Donegal Drive East, Follansbee, driving while license revoked for driving under the influence, Oct. 6.

Jefferson County sheriff

In hiding: A man told deputies he took refuge in a closet when a female acquaintance’s on-again, off-again boyfriend showed up at her residence, Saturday. The woman told deputies the man shoved her against a wall and screamed at her. Deputies located the intruder, who told them she’d invited him to stop over to prove there was no other man at the house and they were talking in her bedroom when he spotted a man’s jacket and wallet on a chair. The man in the closet said he thought it best to stay there rather than inflame the situation.

Family squabble: Deputies were called to a Mullet-owned 80-acre parcel in the Bergholz community after an Amish leader reported “a bunch of kids” on his property, “tearing up the cornfields and having bonfires in the field.” One of the youths insisted his mother shares ownership of the property with his grandfather, and told deputies “the Amish come down and yell at him because they say the property belongs to them, not his mother,” deputies said.

Melee: Members of the Bergholz Amish community allegedly attacked a handful of young people on Mullett-owned farmland, Saturday. One of the youths told deputies his mother and grandfather share ownership of the 80 acre property he and his friends were on when a group of Amish men, including several uncles wearing headlamp flashlights approached them early Saturday morning, shining the lights in their eyes and assaulting them. His uncle said he confronted his nephew and the boy got in his face so he punched him, then the other Amish joined in, adding they were “trying to get their message across” to him. Four deputies and two Ohio State Highway Patrol officers responded to that call.

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