Juvenile

LISBON — Two 9-year-old Salem boys were cited into Columbiana County Juvenile Court after allegedly torturing an animal on Nov. 22. The boys allegedly took a chicken owned by Paul Madison, Franklin Avenue, Salem, placed it on a rock and hit it in the head with another rock.

A 14-year-old Crestview student was cited after she allegedly grabbed another girl by the hair in the cafeteria, slammed her head into a table, punched her and kicked her several times until she was eventually pulled away by teachers on Oct. 11.

A 16-year-old United Local boy was cited after allegedly twice threatening to kill his father and his stepmother on Nov. 16, as well as attempting to incite someone to hit him.

A 12-year-old East Liverpool girl was cited after allegedly hitting, kicking and scratching her father’s girlfriend on Nov. 15, as well as kicking a a hole in the pantry door.

A 15-year-old Wellsville girl was cited after allegedly violating the terms of her probation on Nov. 15 by refusing to participate in counseling when the counselor was at her house, directing profanities at her father and throwing a notebook at the counselor, which struck her in the leg.

A 14-year-old Crestview girl was cited after allegedly harming a member of her family or household by punching her several ties in the head, ribs and back, as well as ripping her shirt on Nov. 13.

A 17-year-old East Liverpool girl was cited after she allegedly began screaming and yelling at her custodian and grandmother, before shoving her grandmother to the floor on Oct. 12.

An 11-year-old Wellsville boy was cited on Oct. 18 after he allegedly stabbed holes in the walls of his mother’s home.

A 15-year-old Salem boy was cited after allegedly violating the terms of his probation by failing a drug test for marijuana and being disrespectful to staff when he does attend school, which he continuously misses.

A 15-year-old boy was cited after allegedly stealing miscellaneous merchandise in Boardman Township from JC Penney, Dicks Sporting Goods, Giant Eagle and Walmart all on Feb. 24, when he was also allegedly in possession of alcoholic beverages. The same 15-year-old was separately cited with allegedly stealing a lighter from Walmart in Boardman on March 22.

A 16-year-old Beaver Local boy was cited after allegedly throwing an ashtray belonging to his mother, causing it to break against the wall and threatening to break more items once police left the home.

A 13-year-old Cleveland East School District child was cited on Nov. 24 after allegedly punching Marsha Cleveland in the chest.

A 16-year-old Columbiana girl was cited after allegedly taking her mother’s 2006 Cadillac STS without permission on Nov. 23 and not returning, leaving her mother unaware of where she is located.

A 17-year-old Lisbon child was cited after allegedly taking a black 2003 Chevrolet Cavalier owned by Shirley Bumbarger, Grant Street, Lisbon, without her permission on Oct. 12.

A 17-year-old Lisbon boy was cited after allegedly breaking a padlock, damaging the door to his mother’s bedroom, and being involved in the theft of a 2003 Chevrolet Cavalier belonging to Shirley Bumbarger, Grant Street, Lisbon, on Oct. 12.

A 17-year-old Lisbon child was cited after allegedly using a 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee belonging to Molly Carlisle, Churchill Road, Lisbon, without permission on Oct. 2.

A 17-year-old Barberton area boy was cited after allegedly kicking a vehicle owned by Alexander Double causing damaging on March 19.

A 17-year-old East Palestine boy was cited after allegedly using a vulgar phrase toward an employee of the Opportunity School on Nov. 14 when she took a paper away from him.

A 16-year-old Southern Local boy was cited with violating the terms of his probation after he allegedly was found with a pack of cigarettes while doing his community service on Nov. 18 and became disrespectful and uncooperative toward the diversion officer when he was requested to turn the cigarettes over.

A 17-year-old Southern Local boy was cited with violating the terms of his probation after allegedly testing positive for THC and buprenorphine when a drug test was administered at the Louis Tobin Attention Center on Nov. 17.

A 14-year-old Salem boy was cited on Nov. 6 after allegedly failing to tell his parents truthfully where he was, being habitually disobedient toward house rules and disrespectful toward his mother.

A 17-year-old East Liverpool boy was cited with violating the terms of his probation for allegedly missing 16 days of school including 15 unexcused days during the current school year.

A 17-year-old Southern Local boy was cited with violating the terms of his probation after he allegedly left home on the morning of Oct. 26 and had still not returned as of Nov. 1.

A 17-year-old East Liverpool boy was cited with violating the terms of his probation after allegedly missing 25 days of school during the current school year with 19 of them being unexcused.

A 15-year-old Lisbon boy was cited with violating the terms of his probation after allegedly being involved in an incident in a home where a family friend was assaulted and property was damaged between Oct. 26 and 27. He also allegedly tested positive for THC during a random drug screen by his probation officer on Oct. 27.

A 16-year-old Beaver Local boy was cited with violating the terms of his probation by missing school 25 times between Sept. 7 and Nov. 29 with 11 of those days being unexcused.

A 16-year-old East Liverpool boy was cited with violating the terms of his probation by missing 24 days of school between Sept. 5 and Nov. 29, including 19 unexcused absences.

A 16-year-old Lisbon area boy was cited on Nov. 22 after allegedly admitting to smoking marijuana and having the odor of marijuana about his person.

A 17-year-old Lisbon boy was cited with violating the terms of his probation after allegedly failing to show his mother respect, frequently violating his court-ordered curfew and associating with another teen who has a juvenile record. Additionally, the boy allegedly was suspended from school and tested positive for THC during a random drug screen on Oct. 23.

A 17-year-old East Liverpool student was cited with violating the terms of his probation after reportedly only logging onto his computer for 24 hours and 38 minutes and only completing 141 hours of the 262 hours of school work he should have completed between Sept. 22 and Dec. 1.

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