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Daily Happenings

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Jefferson County sheriff Bad judgment: A Wintersville woman called 911 after her partner allegedly grabbed her gun and loaded it during an argument, Thursday. The caller said they’d argued earlier in the day so she left, only returning late in the day when her partner came to bring her ...

Birthday

Feb. 27 Karen Lloyd, Steubenville.

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Steubenville police Sent home: A male wielding a basket fryer Wednesday chased a female coworker into the women’s restroom at a local eatery, police were told. The woman told police the two of them were arguing and when the male threatened to kill her she took shelter in the restroom and ...

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Jefferson County sheriff Lost but found: Wheeling police reported they’d recovered a gun stolen from Jefferson County, Tuesday. Officers said they’d pulled a vehicle over after the driver failed to come to a complete stop, and their K9 alerted to the presence of contraband. The gun, a ...

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Brooke County sheriff Arrested: Charles R. Latimer, 34, 515 Frederick St., Follansbee, driving while suspended (administrative), two counts of possession of a controlled substance, Thursday. Jefferson County sheriff Park it: A man reported finding a body in his backyard Monday, only to ...

Today’s birthdays

Bill Pillar, 80, Toronto. Juanita Thompson, Wintersville.

Today’s birthdays

Louise “Aunt Weezie” Kestner, Steubenville. Barbara J. Work, Wintersville.

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Jefferson County sheriff Bad driving: A Stratton resident told deputies someone crashed a vehicle into her house and fled the scene, Sunday. The woman said she and a family member were upstairs when they heard a loud boom and felt the house shake. When they came downstairs to investigate, ...

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Steubenville police Wrong place, wrong time: A Virginia Avenue resident’s trash was found inside a commercial dumpster Friday on North Third Street, police said. Employees had complained that someone was illegally dumping their trash in the dumpster, so an officer sifted through it until he ...