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LISBON — Four guns seized in connection with the 2013 Nicholas J. Carosiello aggravated murder case in county Common Pleas Court are being requested by the prosecutor’s office to be either returned to Angie Everett or destroyed by the sheriff’s office. The motion filed on Friday request for the court to order Everett notified of the right to obtain the weapons, but if they are not picked up within a certain time frame they are to be destroyed. The guns are listed as a Marlin .22 -caliber rifle; beretta model 92 9mm pistol; Ruger new model .22; and Lorcin model L380 .380 caliber pistol.

The motion was not signed by the judge.

Carosiello was convicted of the 2011 shooting death of his estranged wife, Holly Carosiello. He was sentenced in 2015 to life in prison without parole, plus an additional 14 years. Carosiello still has appeals filed.

Matthew J. Crowl, 40, Cherry Street, Salem, was sentenced to eight months in prison for illegal conveyance of a drug of abuse onto the grounds of a detention facility and possession of drugs. Crowl was credited with 14 days already served. Crowl had three pills containing morphine when he was booked into the county jail on March 15, 2017.

Richard D. Simons Jr., 18, West Clark Street, East Palestine, pleaded guilty to burglary and theft. Simons is facing up to four and a half years in prison and a $15,000 fine. Sentencing is set for April 11. On May 28, 2018, Simons stole Zachary Gorby’s 1997 Chevrolet Silverado from a parking area near East Clark Street in East Palestine and later abandoned the vehicle in a wooded area near Ellis drive. Additionally, he stole money and keys to a 2017 Chevrolet Trax SUV by going into the South Market Street home of Nancy and John Maholtz Jr. on May 29, 2018. He then stole the vehicle, which was later found at a home on Macklin Road.

Cletis R. Monroy, 35, Brooky Avenue, Salem, pleaded guilty to possession of drugs for having methamphetamines on May 7. He is facing up to a year in prison and a $2,500 fine. Sentencing is set for April 11.

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