LISBON — A Jan. 16 preliminary hearing and pretrial was set in county Municipal Court for Mason A. Taylor, 19, Oakmont Avenue, East Liverpool, charged with felony counts of intimidation and three counts of harassment by an inmate, as well as misdemeanor charges of underage consumption, obstructing official business and disorderly conduct while intoxicated. Salem police took Taylor into custody Thursday evening after he was reportedly walking intoxicated down State Street near the McDonald’s. Taylor refused to cooperate with police and had to be restrained in the lawn, injuring himself. He allegedly threatened to punch police in the face at a future time, when he gets his hands free. Additionally, while police were attempting to help Salem Regional Medical Center nursing staff in treating Taylor, he allegedly spit on three police officers
Jennifer A. Hepfner, 26, Southeast Boulevard, Salem, was bound over to the grand jury on charges of felonious assault, domestic violence and endangering children. Hepfner is alleged to have stabbed her husband, Kyle Hunt, while she had her 7-year-old daughter in her hands and her three other young daughters present; punched him in the mouth; threw a box fan at him and pulled multiple chunk of his hair out after she came home intoxicated from a bar on Jan. 3. Hepfner waived her right to a preliminary hearing. Her $10,000 cash/surety bond was continued.
Raymond L. Edwards, 36, Steubenville, was bound over to the grand jury on charges of endangering children, fleeing and eluding a police officer and criminal trespassing. He was charged following a chase on Jan. 2 when he allegedly drove at a high rate of speed, ran four stop signs and went left of center several times before crashing into a private property sign inside the Wellsville Intermodel facility with a child in the vehicle, a 5-year-old daughter, who had a bump on her head as a result of the pursuit.His bond is set at $10,000 cash/surety. A Jan. 16 pretrial was set for Edwards on other unrelated charges of reckless operation, no license, a headlights violation, seat belt violation and an expired registration citation from 2015.
Jeffrey W. Winter, 53, West Pershing Street, Salem, was fined $1,025, had his license suspended for five years and sentenced to 30 days in jail for OVI second offense and driving under FRA suspension.
A Feb. 24 pretrial was set for Kevin K. Ogle II, 39, Southeast Boulevard, Salem, cited with OVI first offense leaving the scene and failure to control.
A Feb. 25 pretrial was set for Karla A. Calvinoaks, state Route 172, East Rochester, cited with OVI first offense and failure to control.
Brock D. Menough, 34, East Sixth Street, Salem, was fined $650 and required 40 hours community service for hit/skip, two counts of improper backing and two counts of driving under suspension.
Enrico Dominic Jones, 28, Bergholz, was credited with a day in jail, sentenced to an additional five days in jail, fined $300 and required 40 hours community service for violating a temporary protection order and assault. Jones struck Jonathan Russell in the back of the head with a c-clamp at the gas pumps at the BK Market in Salineville on June 29, when there also was a protection order against Jones being near a BK Market employee, Samantha Thrasher, who was working there that day.
A Feb. 20 pretrial was set for Michael A. Bouffine, 22, Macklin Road Rose Commons, Lisbon, charged with violation of a protection order for allegedly sending text messages to his ex-husband, Cody Bouffine, on Dec. 15.
A Jan. 16 pretrial was set for Joshua S. Messenger, Cunningham Road, Salem, cited with obstructing official business and domestic violence for allegedly running around the home Tuesday screaming with a steak knife, which caused his sister to fear him, and hiding in a barn at the back of the property when he knew deputies had been called.
Debra L. Gray, 60, Ottawa Trail, Negley, was fined $250, credited with two days served in jail and required 40 hours community service for violating a protection order. On March 4, Gray called Firestone Health Care to ask how Dr. Kristyn Essad was doing, when the physician had been granted a civil stalking protection order against Gray about a month earlier.
Rachel S. Boyer, 33, West Main Street, Washingtonville, was fined $150, credited with a day in jail, sentenced to an additional two days in jail and required 30 hours community service for theft for shoplifting $117 in merchandise from Walmart in Salem on Dec. 5, 2017.
A Feb. 27 pretrial was set for Steven R. Barnes, 38, South Lincoln Avenue, Salem, cited with driving under suspension and a tail lights violation.
A Feb. 24 pretrial was set for Khrystelle Rae Pavlick, 24, Youngstown, cited with driving under suspension.
Amy J. Manning, 49, Irondale, was fined $150 and required 40 hours community service for furnishing false info.
Daniel J. Baxter, 20, Washington Street, Salem, was credited with a day in jail, sentenced to two additional days in jail and fined $150 for underage consumption after turning himself in and telling Salem police he had drank 50 alcoholic beverages throughout the day on Wednesday.
A Feb. 20 pretrial was set for Sarah L. Robinson, 21, Sherman Street, Lisbon, cited with driving under suspension.
Amanda Jo Anderson, 25, Bacon Avenue, East Palestine, was fined $150 and required 20 hours of community service for driving under suspension.
Alexa Wilkes, 24, Thomas Road, Lisbon, was fined $150 for possession of marijuana.
Cody Rob Davis, New Middletown, was credited with a day in jail, sentenced to an additional two days in jail, fined $150 and required 40 hours community service for drug paraphernalia for a glass pipe on July 7.
A Feb. 24 disposition hearing was set for Michael Gage Miller, 24, West Main Street, Washingtonville, who pleaded no contest to driving under suspension.
Jimmy Joe Seidner, 50, East Chestnut Street, Lisbon, was fined $150 for possession of marijuana.
Corey J. Helms, 26, Youngstown, was fined $150, required 40 hours community service and credited with a day in jail for passing a bad check. Helms already paid $500 in restitution to Wally Armour in Salem and returned the vehicle he had purchased with the check on April 19, 2018.
Thomas Macolino, 31, state Route 164, Lisbon, was fined $130 and required 10 hours community service for driving under suspension and a turn signal violation.
Charles A. Corbett, 70, North Lincoln Avenue, Salem, was fined $50 for operating a cab without a taxi license.
A Feb. 27 pretrial was set for David J. Still, 40, Chester, W.Va., cited with OVI first offense, a seat belt violation and marked lanes.
Michael James McNemar, 48, West Washington Street, Alliance, was fined $250 for driving under suspension.
Frank B. Gardner, 24, Minerva Street, East Liverpool, was fined $200 and required 20 hours community service for no license and unauthorized plates.
A March 2 pretrial was set for Joe L. Young, 42, Youngstown, cited with driving under FRA suspension.
A Feb. 25 pretrial was set for Leon J. Miles II, 41, Austintown, cited with driving under OVI suspension.
Crystal R. Ward, 37, East Fifth Street, Salem, was fined $150 and required 20 hours community service for driving under suspension.
Macey M.A. Russell, 18, Church Street, Rogers, was fined $100 and required 20 hours community service for permitting underage consumption.
A March 5 pretrial was set for Leonard T. Hanlon, 50, Uniontown, cited with possession of marijuana.
A March 5 pretrial was set for Kurtis R. Nicley, 41, Hudson, cited with possession of marijuana.