LISBON — In County Municipal Court Tylor L. Kelly, 23, Buzzard Road, Wellsville, was bound over to the grand jury on charges of failure to comply and driving under a 12-point suspension. Kelly allegedly fled a total of 3.4 miles well over the posted speed limit making multiple traffic violation and nearly struck a highway patrol trooper outside of his cruiser on Jan. 30. A turn signal violation was dismissed.
Kendall L. Smith Jr., 24, Youngstown, was bound over to the grand jury for an obstructing official business charge. Smith was allegedly found inside room 101 of the Days Inn in Lisbon and attempted to slam the door on officers and DTF agents on Jan. 14.
Jeffrey Smith, 33, Crestview Road, Columbiana, was fined $500, credited with a day in jail and required 80 hours community service for two counts of prohibitions concerning companion animals. Smith had a black lab/great Dane mix and another black lab mix without adequate food or water, chained to boxes and both showing signs of starvation on July 25, 2017. The dogs were previously surrendered and Smith was ordered to have no additional companion animals.
A March 14 pretrial was set for Carly M. Williams, 22, West Pershing Street, Salem, charged with impersonating a peace officer for allegedly leaving a voice message for Christina Minger on Wednesday, claiming to be Sgt. Shar Daub and telling her to stop harassing Williams and Autumn Goodfellow or charges will be filed.
Heidi D. Roe, 44, McCoy Avenue, East Liverpool, was fined $700, had her license suspended for a year, required to attend a three-day counseling program and ordered 30 hours community service for OVI first offense and left of center.
Kristian D. Cannon, 42, West Cambridge, Alliance, was sentenced to three days in jail, fined $700, had his license suspended for a year, required to attend a three-day counseling program and ordered 30 hours community service for OVI first offense and a tail lights violation.
Charles S. Davis Jr., 47, Spillway Road, Lisbon, was fined $700, had his license suspended for a year, required to attend a three-day counseling program and ordered 30 hours community service for OVI first offense and lane violations.
A Feb. 14 pretrial was set for James B. Miletta III, 43, East Sixth Street, Salem, charged with two counts of domestic violence for allegedly threatening to kill Mary Farmer, his girlfriend, during an argument and physical struggle between them on Tuesday, which included him grabbing her and throwing her down on the bed, pinning her to the ground and to another bed while punching her many times in the upper body.
Roy O. Moffett III, 23, Wilbert Avenue, East Liverpool, was fined $200, credited with 13 days in jail, sentenced to 47 additional days in jail and had a restitution hearing set for April 18 for two counts of receiving stolen property for having his grandfather sell a Emerson TV, a Stanley socket set, a Chicago electric impact wrench, an 18-piece combination wrench set and an 42-inch Cub Cadet mower at Cashland. All the items had been stolen from Mary Matheny, Carmel Achor Road, Rogers, in Middleton Township.
Richard W. Parsons Jr., 30, Columbia Street, Leetonia, was fined $250 for disorderly conduct amended from domestic violence for slapping his son on the side of the face on March 16.
Gloria Lykens, 28, Youngstown, was fined $150, credited with 15 days in jail and required 30 hours community service for falsification for giving police a false name and date of birth on Feb. 18, 2018 when she was stopped in East Palestine.
Taylor Laine West, 21, Alice Street, East Palestine, was fined $150 and sentenced to 60 days in jail for possession of drug abuse instrument, illegal use or possession of drug paraphernalia and theft for being one of two people taking items from Kid Zone and Goodwill in Salem on Dec. 10, including sunglasses, jewelry, jeans, a digital camera and toiletries.
Christopher Manack, 48, Campbell, was fined $250 and required 30 hours community service for telephone harassment for sending at least 25 communications to Melissa Hall starting on Feb. 19, 2018 and continuing until at least April 5, when Manack was warned on Feb. 8, 2018 to cease communicating with her.
Joseph Thomas Moore, 22, Winona Road, Salem, was fined $200, credited with seven days in jail and required 30 hours community service for aggravated menacing for threatening to shoot Crystal Howe if she came onto her daughter’s property on Nov. 18.
An April 4 pretrial was set for Joshua J. Gatewood, 28, Kevin Drive, Alliance, cited with driving under a 12-point suspension, a turn signals violation and loud exhaust.
Diane Renee Wright, 53, Riley Avenue, East Liverpool, was fined $180 and required 25 hours community service for driving under suspension, a seat belt violation and expired registration.
Michael T. Taylor Jr., 38, Fairview Place, Alliance, was fined $150 for an equipment violation amended from speeding.
Jeffrey S. Hetherington, 22, Garfield Street, Lisbon, was fined $610 and sentenced to three days in jail for three counts of driving under suspension and one count each of fictitious plates, improper registration and a seat belt violation. A fourth citation for driving under suspension was dismissed.
Gerald A. Jackson, 35, Washington Street, Washingtonville, was fined $150 and had his license suspended for 180 days in jail for marijuana paraphernalia.
Shannon M. Griffith, 38, Chapel Hill, N.C., was fined $100 for driving under suspension.
A March 7 pretrial was set for Joshua D. Stewart, 30, Lake Milton, cited with driving under suspension and illegal use or possession of drug paraphernalia.
An April 8 pretrial was set for Ashley D. House, 30, West Pershing Street, Salem, cited with wrongful entrustment.
David H. Sayre, 34, Poland, was fined $100 for speeding.
Criminal damaging and criminal trespassing charges against Craig A. Baker, 37, no known address, were dismissed. Baker had been accused of going to his brother’s property on Hillcrest Road, Wellsville, breaking out a window and climbing through to get inside because he was cold on Jan. 5.
A driving under suspension citation against Connie Sue Strader, 43, McCracken Road, Salem, was dismissed.
A traffic control devices violation against George Maidaa, 36, Youngstown, was dismissed.
A charge of activities prohibited without a permit against Brock Beatty, Chester, W.Va., was dismissed. Beatty had been cited for allegedly selling alcohol in the parking lot across the street from the Numbers Brewery without the proper event permit on Aug. 25.
An April 4 pretrial was set for Sara Christine Noling, 32, East Taggart Street, East Palestine, cited with driving under FRA suspension.
An April 4 pretrial was set for Eric C. Bell, 30. North Lincoln Avenue, Salem,cited with a possession of marijuana. A citation for driving under suspension against Bell was dismissed.
An April 8 pretrial was set for Mark A. Fowler, 51, Jefferson Street, Salem, charged with obstructing official business. On Wednesday Fowler was allegedly driving, pulled into a driveway and fled from the vehicle. The owner of the vehicle, Tammy May reportedly told Salem police they were having an affair and were trying to get away from Fowler’s wife, who was following them. Mark Fowler, who was located a Speedway, reportedly was extremely intoxicated and lied to police several times.
An April 4 pretrial was set for Tammy S. May, 45, West Third Street, Salem, charged with obstructing official business and open container. When Fowler was brought back to the vehicle, May allegedly changed her story and said she was with another man named Mark Soos, but he was found to be at his home in Trumbull County.
Adam L. Dornberger, 30, Midvale, was fined $300 for open container, marijuana paraphernalia and marijuana possession.
Malcolm A. Wade, 24, Wedgewood Street, East Liverpool, was sentenced to 10 days in jail and fined $200 for disorderly conduct for refusing to stop using numerous profanities while at the Juvenile Court for a hearing on Monday.
Sara Christine Noling, 32, Park Drive, East Palestine, was fined $150 and required 20 hours community service for driving under FRA suspension.