LISBON — In County Municipal Court, Curtis J. Dunnings, 28, Canton, was bound over to the grand jury on a charge of assault on a corrections officer after waiving his right to a preliminary hearing in County Municipal Court. Dunnings allegedly shoved Nicholas Nelson, who was working at the county jail on May 27.
A June 17 preliminary hearing was set for Kevin E. Wasmire, Rainbow Circle, Beloit, charged with receiving stolen property for allegedly fleeing Perry Township police in a stolen Blue Dodge Ram on April 22.
Clifton D. Roush, 51, Eastview Drive, Salem, was fined $300 and set to 180 days in jail for obstructing official business, criminal damaging and aggravated menacing for refusing to open the door for police, purposely puncturing the tires of a van he did not want to give back in a civil matter and threatening to set the van on fire, as well as cursing and making obscene gestures toward police.
William De’Marious Hutchinson, 24, Canton, signed a waiver of extradition so he can be returned to Texas, where he is charged with a possession of cocaine charge.
A July 11 pretrial was set for Sharron Winphrie, 36, Youngstown, charged with OVI first offense, OVI refusal with prior within 20 years, driving under OVI suspension and speeding.
An Aug. 12 pretrial was set for Elisha J. Binder, 20, Lisbon Street, East Liverpool, cited with OVI first offense and speeding.
Gage Gough, 24, Lisbon Street, East Liverpool, was fined $300, required 40 hours community service, credited with six days served and sentenced to an additional 24 days in jail for criminal damaging and menacing. On May 15, Nicole Sayer told police she broke off a two-week relationship with Gough, who then began to make threats about shooting her, hitting her vehicle head on when he saw it and damaging other vehicles at her father’s house; as well as following her to her friend’s home and the home of a relative. He also threw keys at Sayer striking her in the face on May 28 and punched the front passenger side window of her mother’s vehicle.
A June 20 pretrial was set for Kaleb B. Messersmith, 19, Lexington Avenue, Salem, charged with assault for allegedly striking Tyler Morrison and Aaron Morrison in th face in a road rage incident in the 700 block of West State Street in Salem on Thursday. Messersmith was fined $50 for failure to control.
Anthony W. Bunnell, 26, Massillon, was fined $150 and required 30 hours community service for menacing for threatening Kimberly Law, who was working at the Steel Valley Gas Station in Hanoverton following a problem with the store’s ATM on March 25.
A June 20 pretrial was set for Brandon E. Hacker, 26, last known address Jimtown Road, East Palestine, charged with falsification, possession of drug abuse instruments and possession of drugs for allegedly having in his vehicle 15 blue tablets, which tested positive for alprazolam, and two syringe needles, during a traffic stop on Jan. 25. Additionally, he allegedly gave police a false alibi on Jan. 29, when he was a suspect for a vehicle theft on Jan. 28.
Dewaylon R. Bruton, 34, Woodland Drive, Salem, was fined $350, required four hours community service and credited with 22 days served in jail for driving under suspension, possession of marijuana and obstructing official business for giving Perry Township police a false name and date of birth on April 13, 2015.
Greg L. Shundry, 34, South Market Street, East Palestine, was fined $430, credited with a day in jail and required 30 hours community service for possession of drug paraphernalia for two glass smoking stems, driving under suspension, left of center and unauthorized plate.
Kevin Prescott, 32, Pittsburgh, Pa., was fined $250 and required 30 hours community service for driving under suspension, use of an unauthorized plate and speeding.
Fabian P. Aldeco, 27, Youngstown, was fined $200 for marked lanes, two counts of driving under FRA suspension, a seat belt violation and a headlights violation.
David L. Jenkins, 59, U.S. Route 30, Hanoverton, was fined $100 and credited with three days in jail for disorderly conduct amended from domestic violence for shoving his wife, Brenda Jenkins in front of two witnesses, on Feb. 9, 2010.
Joseph McLaughlin Jr., 38, Columbia Street, Leetonia, was find $150 for driving under suspension.
Matthew Steven Cochrane, 30, Youngstown, was fined $150 for speeding.
Stephen T. Knezevich, 20, Superior Avenue, Salem, was fined $150 for an equipment violation amended from speeding.
Brandon James Roessler, 20, Oak Street, Leetonia, was fined $100 for speeding.
An assault charge against Richard J. Fry, 45, Rosedale Avenue, Wellsville, was dismissed. Fry had allegedly attacked Sean Ramsey after Ramsey offered to shake his hand on March 9.
Marki Dailey, 32, South Lincoln Avenue, Lisbon, was found in contempt and credited with one day served in jail. Dailey had failed to appear for court when she was subpoenaed to do so.
Melissa R. Brink, 39, Franklin Avenue, Salem, was ordered to pay costs only for driving under suspension.
Joseph A. Long, 42, West Lincolnway, Lisbon, was fined $25 for public intoxication being belligerent and attempting to fight people before he was located at the Eagle’s Christian Preschool in Lisbon on April 19.