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LISBON – Harold P. Gattrell Jr., 65, Roller Coaster Road, Lisbon, was served a secret indictment for two charges of OVI. Gattrell allegedly was driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol on May 16, when he has a previous felony OVI conviction from 2008. The indictment was issued by the grand jury in September.

Shawn M. Jacob, 32, Route 45, Wellsville, was served an indictment for possession of drugs for allegedly having less than five grams of cocaine on Oct. 18, 2013. Jacob was indicted by the grand jury in September 2014.

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LISBON – Zachary A. Kenst, 23, Franklin Avenue, Salem, was served a secret indictment for a receiving stolen property charge. Kenst allegedly had a Colt AR-15 rifle and a Ruger P-85 9 mm handgun both belonging to William Moss on Oct. 4, 2014. The indictment was issued by the Columbiana County Common Pleas Court grand jury in June.

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LISBON – Timothy R. Crowe, 27, Brookfield Avenue, Lisbon, was served a secret indictment for two counts of trafficking in drugs. Crowe allegedly sold both at least a gram but less than five grams of heroin and less than the bulk amount of fentanyl in the vicinity of a school March 27.

Justin M. Bias, 29, West Main Street, Washingtonville, was served a secret indictment for a trafficking in drugs charge. Bias allegedly sold or offered to sell less than a gram of heroin on Oct. 15, 2014.

The indictments were issued by the grand jury during a special August session.

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LISBON – Joseph A. Bredek, 22, state Route 267, East Liverpool, was served a secret indictment for charges of possession of drug and possession of drug parapher-nalia. Bredek allegedly had less than five grams of cocaine and a smoking device on Feb. 26. The indictment was issued by the county grand jury in August.

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LISBON – Raheem Johnson, aka Rico, 19, Youngs-town, was served a secret indictment, charged with four counts of trafficking in drugs.

Johnson was accused of selling less than five grams of cocaine and more than a gram, but less than five grams of heroin both on Dec. 23, 2014. Then on Jan. 5, 2015 he is accused of selling less than a gram of heroin. Finally, on Jan. 30, 2015, Johnson is accused of selling more than a gram, but less than five grams of heroin. The charges all note the sales reportedly happened within the vicinity of a school.

The indictment was issued by a special session of the grand jury in August.

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LISBON – The Columbiana County Grand Jury served the following secret indictments this week:

Jennifer N. Whaley, 34, East Third Street, Salem, is charged with possession of drugs for knowingly obtaining, possessing or using less than one gram of heroin, a fifth degree felony.

Martina L. Michael, 23, Lincoln Avenue, East Liverpool, is charged with three counts possession of drugs. Michael is accused of possessing less than one gram of heroin, a fourth degree felony, less than five grams of cocaine, a fifth degree felony and less than the bulk amount of Buprenorphine, a misdemeanor, on or around Dec. 12.

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LISBON – Glenn D. “Jake” Bates Jr., 30, Fairview Street, East Liverpool, was served a secret indictment for charges of possession of drugs with a specification and possession of drug paraphernalia. Bates allegedly had less than five grams of cocaine, a spoon, a set of scales and a smoking device, along with $22 believed used in drug-related offenses. The indictment was issued by the Columbiana County Common Pleas Court grand jury in a special session in August.

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LISBON – The Columbiana County Common Pleas Court grand jury this week, issuing 13 indictments, including six open indictments. The remaining seven secret indictments will be released after they are served. The following are the six open indictments:

Vincent A. Perry, 22, also known as Boog-E and Peso, last known address Youngstown, is charged with felonious assault, improperly discharging a firearm into a habitation and carrying a concealed weapon. On Aug. 8, Perry is accused of shooting Kevin Jackson in the arm with a handgun; pulling the gun from his pocket and discharging the gun two or three times toward a door into an occupied structure, the home of Rachael Stanley, Lexington Avenue, Salem.

Ronald D. Lacey, 39, state Route 154, Lisbon, is charged with illegal manufacture of drugs, illegal assembly or possession of chemicals for the manufacture of drugs and endangering children. On Aug. 6, Lacey is accused of having methamphetmines, a one pot meth lab, an acid gas generator and numerous other meth-related chemicals in the vicinity of a 10-year-old child.

James D. Kemp, 19, Main Street, New Middletown, is charged with assault, resisting arrest and persistent disorderly conduct. Kemp allegedly was involved in a fight during the Italian Fest on Aug. 9 and after learning he was going to be arrested, reportedly tried to pull away from police and bit Patrolman John Bucher on the arm.

Scott A. Helton, 44, Ohio Avenue, East Liverpool, is charged with domestic violence for allegedly harming Michelle Helton when he has two previous convictions for domestic violence in 2005 and 1994.

Daniel E. Elliott, 41, East Third Street, Salem, is charged with 14 counts of both forgery and receiving stolen property. Elliott reportedly had and forged checks belonging to Gerald Dipanfilo on July 16, three on July 17, July 18, June 2, June 3, June 6, June 8, two on June 22, June 24, June 25 and June 27.

Richard T. Lowe, also known as Young, 22, Cleveland, is charged with tampering with evidence for allegedly attempting to flush a plastic bag of drugs down the toilet when the drug task force came to execute a search warrant at a North Market Street, Lisbon, apartment on Aug. 25.

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LISBON – William E. Davis III, 47, Darlington, Pa., was served a secret indictment for charges of possession of drugs and possession of drug paraphernalia. On March 16, 2014, Davis allegedly had less than the bulk amount of XLR-11 and paraphernalia. The indictment was issued by the grand jury in February.

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LISBON – Joshua J. Gatewood, 25, Warren, was served a secret indictment for 12 counts of breaking and entering.

Gatewood along with co-defendants Gabriel J.L. Blankenship and Austin M. Sudol allegedly on Dec. 6 and 7, trespassed in campers at the Timashamie Campground. Those affected belonged to Shirley Steele, Jeff and Darla Tipton, Keith and Jenn Stabi, Cheryl Scanlon, Bruce and Carol McElhaney, Mitch and Sheila Braden, Tony and Monica Brant, Denise and Terry Tatgenhorst, Bryce McElhaney, Jeff Leyda, Bill and Lisa Martag, and Dave and Cheryl Layton.

The indictments were issued by the county grand jury in June. Both Blankenship and Sudol were previously served.

Brandon M. House, 19, Summer Road, East Rochester, was served a secret indictment charged with possession of drugs and possession of drug paraphernalia for allegedly having less than five grams of cocaine, a glass smoking pipe and a set of digital scales on Dec. 10, 2014. The indictment was issued during a special session of the grand jury in August.

Kendall L. Smith Jr., 20, Youngstown, was served a secret indictment for charges of tampering with evidence and four counts of possession of drugs with a forfeiture specification. Smith allegedly had at least five grams, but less than 10 grams of heroin, less than five grams of cocaine, and less than the bulk amounts of both oxycodone and amphetamines along with $1,932 believed used in a drug-related offense on Feb. 23. Smith then reportedly attempted to hide the cocaine from authorities. The indict-ment was issued during a special session of the grand jury in August.

Marshall A. Grimes, 36, Bradshaw Avenue, East Liver-pool, was served a secret in-dictment for a charge of possession of drugs for al-legedly having less than five grams of cocaine. The indict-ment was issued by a special session of the grand jury in August.

John N. Thompson Jr., 26, Chester Street, East Liverpool, was served a secret indictment for a possession of drugs charge for allegedly having less than five grams of cocaine on Nov. 3, 2014.

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LISBON – Gabriel J.L. Blankenship, 21, East Eighth Street, Salem, was served a secret indictment for 12 counts of breaking and entering. Blankenship allegedly on Dec. 6 and 7 trespassed in campers belonging to Shirley Steele, Jeff and Darla Tipton, Keith and Jenn Stabi, Cheryl Scanlon, Bruce and Carol McElhaney, Mitch and Sheila Braden, Tony and Monica Brant, Denise and Terry Tatgenhorst, Bryce McElhaney, Jeff Leyda, Bill and Lisa Martag, and Dave and Cheryl Layton at the Timashamie Campground.

The indictment was issued by the grand jury in June. A co-defendant, Austin M. Sudol, 19, Homewood Avenue, Salem, was served an indictment for the same break-ins in June.

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LISBON – Mindy D. Gillin, 31, Enon Valley, Pa., was served a secret indictment for six counts of theft and six counts of forgery. Gillin is accused of taking six checks belonging to Venus Wittenauer D.O., Inc., and writing them without her permission on six dates in 2014 – March 28 and April 3, 14, 16, 17 and 26. The indictment was issued by the county grand jury in October 2014.

Tariq A. Larkins, 22, Commerce Street, Wellsville, was served a secret indictment issued by the grand jury during a special session in August for a trafficking in drugs charge. Larkins allegedly sold or offered to sell less than five grams of cocaine on Jan. 14. 2014.

Shawn L. Jones, also known as Buck, 25, Youngstown, was served a secret indictment for two counts of receiving stolen property for allegedly having an Ohio license plate belonging to Chad Burt and an Ohio registration sticker belonging to John Taylor, both on July 26. The indictment was issued by the grand jury in August.

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LISBON – A woman accused of stealing a prescript-ion pad and writing her own prescriptions was served a secret indictment on Monday.

Julie A. Underwood, 38, College Street, East Liverpool is charged with two counts of illegal processing of drug documents and two counts of using deception to obtain a dangerous drug, as well as a receiving stolen property charge. On April 16 and May 4, she allegedly used a pre-scription pad stolen from Dr. Vardhand Reddy, vascular surgeon in Steubenville, to obtain percocet.

The indictment was issued by the grand jury in July.