LISBON – Jesse L. Kessinger, 32, West Pine Street, Lisbon, was served a secret indictment for illegal manufacturing of a methamphetamine, illegal possession of the chemicals for manufacturing methamphetamines, cultivation of marijuana, and three counts of possession of drugs. Kessinger allegedly was engaged in the production of Meth near the school or in the vicinity of children on March 14, 2014. Additionally, on the same date he was allegedly growing marijuana and had trazodone, hydrocodone and oxycodone. The indictment was issued by the Columbiana County Common Pleas Court grand jury in June.
LISBON – William M. Wright, 51, Minerva Street, East Liverpool, was served a secret indictment for illegal use of a minor in nudity oriented material or performance, pandering obscenity involving a minor and pandering sexually oriented matter involving a minor. Wright allegedly was found with the pornographic material in March 2014.
Scott D. Shreve, 26, Price Street, East Liverpool, was served a secret indictment for two counts of possession of drugs – one a fifth degree felony and the other a first-degree misdemeanor. Shreve is accused of having heroin and buprenorphine in his possession on April 10.
Both indictments were issued by the county grand jury in September.
LISBON – Tony Lee Hilton, 34, Mapletree Street, East Liverpool, was served a secret indictment on Tuesday, charged with failure to notify the sheriff of a change of address. Hilton is accused of moving without notifying the sheriff’s department in March 2014, which he is required to do following 2003 convictions of gross sexual imposition and sexual battery.
Clarence V. Wright, 36, West Second Street, East Liverpool, was served a secret indictment on Tuesday for a receiving stolen property charge. Wright allegedly had a 20-foot Regal 2000 boat belonging to James Palmer on July 26. The charge is a fourth-degree felony.
Joseph M. Parker, 30, and Melinda S. McCready, 27, both of the same home on East Martin Street, East Palestine, were served with secret indictments on Tuesday, each charged with four counts of possession of drugs – two charges a fifth degree felony and two first degree misdemeanors. The charges claim Parker and McCready had heroin, cocaine, diazepam and lorazepam in their possession on March 21.
The indictments were all issued by the Columbiana County Common Pleas Court grand jury in September.
LISBON – David W. Arthur, 52, Tarentum, Pa., was served a secret indictment on Monday, charging him with illegal conveyance of a drug of abuse onto the grounds of a detention facility. Arthur allegedly brought cocaine to the county jail on May 16. The indictment was issued by the county grand jury in September.
LISBON – The Columbiana County grand jury issued 31 indictments this week, including nine open indictments and the superceding indictment which follow. The remaining 21 secret indictments will be released as they are served.
Lonnie L. Barker, 31, Spring Grove, East Liverpool, is charged with having weapons while under a disability. Barker is accused of having a .40-caliber Smith and Wesson semi-automatic handgun, a 12-gauge shotgun, a .50-caliber rifle, a .22-caliber Savage Arms firearm, a 410 shotgun, a Mossberg 12-gauge shotgun and a Marlin 12-gauge bolt action shotgun on May 18. He was forbidden from having firearms after he was convicted of an assault felony charge on Feb. 13, 2003.
A superseding indictment was issued for Gary W. Manning, also known as Bill Bill, 38, Main Street, Wellsville, who is charged with possession of drugs and two counts of trafficking in drugs. Manning allegedly had at least 10 grams of cocaine but less than 25 grams on June 21, 2013 and then sold or offered to sell less than five grams of cocaine on both June 7 and June 18 of the same year.
Javen D. Call, 19, Mapletree Street, East Liverpool, is charged with two counts of receiving stolen property. Call reportedly had a 2002 Chevrolet belonging to Joshua Brookes and a 2006 Saturn Scion belonging to Patricia Frederick, both on July 11.
Natalie M. Hawkey, 31, address unknown, is charged with seven counts receiving of stolen property and six counts of forgery. Hawkey is accused of having two checks belonging to Joanne and Michael Anderson and forging them for cash on July 8 and July 13. Additionally, she is accused of having a check belonging to Linda Freeman and forging it on July 11; and three more checks belonging to Joanne Anderson and forging them on July 9, July 12 and July 15. Finally, she is accused of having a diamond ring belonging to Margie Shafer on July 16.
John P. Hawkey, 20, address unknown, is charged with four counts of receiving stolen property and three counts of forgery. Hawkey is accused of having two checks belonging to Chelsea Leigh Smith and forging them on June 30 and July 1, then having two checks belonging to Joanne and Michael Anderson on July 8 and July 16, one of which was forged on July 8.
Patrick F. Brennan, 63, Hawthorne Drive, North Benton, is charged with OVI and a forfeiture specification. Brennan is accused of driving a 1987 Harley Davidson motorcycle while under the influence on June 15, when he has five previous OVI convictions starting in 1997. The forfeiture specification is for the motorcycle.
Robert E. Burge, 50, North Lincoln Avenue, Salem, is charged with possession of drugs for allegedly having methamphetamine on June 20.
Vicky L. McConnell, 56, Westfield Road, East Liverpool, is charged with domestic violence for allegedly harming or attempting to harm Larry McConnell on Aug. 10, when she already has convictions for domestic violence in 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2009.
Rick J. Willis Jr., 24, Spring Street, Salineville, is charged with burglary for allegedly trespassing into the home of Heather Willis, Salineville Road, West, Salineville, with the purpose to commit a criminal offense on Aug. 10.
Paul K. Joy, 44, Fifth Street, Salem, is charged with aggravated robbery for allegedly taking or attempting to take an AR15 possessed by county sheriff’s Lt. Brian McLaughlin on Aug. 1.
LISBON – Jerome A. Hill, aka Chicken, 29, of Lorain, was served a secret indictment on Saturday, charging him with trafficking in drugs, possession of drugs and a forfeiture specification.
Hill is accused of having at least five grams but less than 10 grams of heroin for sale or resale on May 7, along with less than five grams of cocaine in his possession and $583 believed to have been intended for the commission of a drug-related crime.
The indictment was issued by the grand jury in August.
LISBON – William R. Beesler Jr., 34, West Lincoln Way, Lisbon, was served a secret indictment for an illegal possession of chemicals for the manufacture of drugs charge. Beesler is accused for possessing the chemicals to manufacture methamphetamine on June 9.
Joshualee B. Hackney, 34, 18th Street, Wellsville, was served a secret indictment for possession of drugs for allegedly having heroin on March 24. Both indictments were issued by the county grand jury in August.
LISBON – A secret indictment was served to Steven E. Boggs, 30, 14th Street, Wellsville, charged with possession of drugs for allegedly having Oxycodone on June 9. The indictment was issued by the county grand jury in August.
LISBON – A secret indictment issued by the Columbiana County grand jury was served this week on a Franklin County man. Michael N. Childs, 28, of Columbus, was charged with possessing heroin in the county on Feb. 14.
LISBON – Theresa M. Sauerwein, 43, last known address South Main Street, Columbiana, was served a secret indictment for theft and misuse of credit cards for allegedly having cash belonging to her father, Willis Barnhart, 78, on March 16-19. Additionally, Sauerwein is accused of using his credit card during the same time period. The indictment was issued by the county grand jury in August.
Alton C.D. Goshen Jr., 23, Lorain, was served an indictment for a possession of drugs charge with a forfeiture specification. Goshen is accused of having more than 100 grams of cocaine on Nov. 1 along with $725 intended for use in the commission of a drug-related offense. The indictment was issued by the grand jury in June.
Craig A. Apinis, 35, North Ellsworth Avenue, Salem, was served an indictment for possession of drugs for allegedly having less than five grams of cocaine on Feb. 5. The indictment was issued by the grand jury in August.