LISBON — A June 13 preliminary hearing and pretrial was set in county Municipal Court for Dacious Coles, 23, Wilbert Avenue, East Liverpool, charged with having weapons while under disability, failure to comply, resisting arrest and obstructing official business. On Thursday at the intersection of 17th Street and Commerce Avenue, Wellsville police stopped a blue Chevy sedan and could smell marijuana. Police asked the driver about it and Coles allegedly ran from police into Lewis Alley, where he fought with police attempting to arrest him. A resident of a home nearby reported they saw Coles lay a gun down in the yard next to the garage. Coles is being held on a $25,000 cash or surety bond.
A June 13 pretrial was set for Antwan F. Curnell, 28, Charleston, W.Va., cited with failure to comply and obstructing official business for allegedly fleeing from Wellsville police during the traffic stop when he was the backseat passenger in the vehicle and hiding in an Independence Square home on Thursday.
A July 23 pretrial was set for William M. Kinsey Jr., 29, Mahoning Avenue, Alliance, cited for OVI first offense, failure to control and leaving the scene.
A July 15 pretrial was set for Jess A. Reed, 40, West Washington Street, Lisbon, cited with OVI first offense and left of center.
Raymond C. McCulley, 37, Sparton Road, Salineville, was fined $200, required 30 hours community service, credited with a day in jail and sentenced to an additional two days in jail for criminal trespassing and disorderly conduct. On April 23, McCulley entered the yard of a neighbor, peering into the windows, knocking on the back door and asking the resident for a beer.
Jarrod Lee Westover, 19, state Route 45, Lisbon, was sentenced to five days in jail and fined $250 for driving under a 12-point suspension. Additionally, a June 17 pretrial was set for Westover, charged with criminal trespassing for allegedly hanging around the Salem Regional Medical Center property on Aug. 7, 2018 despite being told twice to leave. An extradition hearing also was set for Westover on June 17, to determine if Westover should be returned to Pennsylvania where he is facing charges of criminal conspiracy engaging, no person present, criminal trespassing-break into structure, possession of instruments of crime with intent, theft by unlawful taking-movable property, receiving stolen property, criminal mischief-damaging property and two counts of burglary-not adapted for overnight accommodation.
Shane Waites, 27, Youngstown, was fined $150 and required 20 hours community service for failure to reinstate a license.
An Aug. 8 pretrial was set for Amanda L. Brickner, 38, West Street, East Palestine, cited with driving under FRA suspension and failure to display a valid sticker.
An Aug. 6 pretrial was set for Joshua J. Lapin, 30, West Pershing Street, Salem, cited with marijuana paraphernalia.
A July 15 pretrial was set for Dustin T. Whaley, 24, West Chestnut Street, Lisbon, charged with driving under suspension and failure to dim headlights.
A July 15 pretrial was set for Ryan D. Moon, 25, New Castle, Pa., cited with driving under suspension. Moon was fined $50 for speeding.
An Aug. 5 pretrial was set for William Patsy Charles Gutwald, 38, Youngstown, cited with driving under suspension.
Steven Joy, 44, state Route 518, Lisbon, was fined $75 for speeding.
A speeding citation against John D. Lightner, 84, Moundsville, W.Va., was dismissed.
LISBON — Richard Darnell Wilson, 33, Steubenville, was served a secret indictment charged with trafficking in cocaine, trafficking in heroin and tampering with evidence with a specification for forfeiture of money in a drug case. Wilson allegedly had cocaine and heroin for sale along with $256 on March 6, 2018 when he tried to hide items from investigators.
William Schmakel, 61, Hoffman Estate, Ill., was served a secret indictment for a robbery charge, a second degree felony. On Jan. 17, Schmakel allegedly robbed Rebecca Irwin and inflicted or attempted to inflict harm on her while committing the offense or fleeing.
The indictments were issued by the grand jury in May.
Citizens Bank vs. the unknown spouse of Christine D. Yeager, et al., foreclosure sought for property on Bacon Avenue, East Palestine.
Melissa S. Kimpel, Colum-biana, and Barry E. Kimpel, Poland, dissolution sought.
Witmer’s Feed and Grain, Inc. vs. Mark Woinelowicz, et al., defendants ordered to pay plaintiff $16,526 plus interest.
Jack Dowain Ammon Jr., Wellsville, vs. Michelle Renee Ammon, East Liverpool, divorce granted.
Allan T. Groves, New Waterford, and Wendy E. Groves, East Palestine, dissolution granted.
Clayton Douglas Flowers, 24, Chester, W.Va., teacher, and Lonna Nickay Cline, 22, New Cumberland, W.Va., bank teller.
Richard Aaron Barnhouse, 32, East Palestine, demo tech, and Christie S. Parker, 33, East Palestine, certified medical assistant.
Kevin G. Fay, 24, Columbiana, electrician, and Alyssa Jordan Lange, 25, Columbiana, pharmacy tech.
Brandon Siembida, 34, Columbiana, internet tech support, and Annika Lee Guzzetti, 33, Columbiana, pharmacy tech.