LISBON — In county Municipal Court, Malik P. Pullie, 22, Commerce Street, Wellsville, was bound over to the grand jury for charges of assault on a peace officer, domestic violence, resisting arrest and two counts of receiving stolen property. The charges are for allegedly hitting Tiffany Sattler on Jan. 31, breaking her TV, stealing her Amazon Fire TV Stick, threatening to return with a handgun to shoot Sattler in the face and nearly hitting a Wellsville police officer with a vehicle before attempting to run away.
Sara J. Eason, 26, Grant Street, Lisbon, was bound over to the grand jury on a charge of felonious assault for allegedly grabbing a glass object, possibly a candle, and striking Darlene Cutchall in the head with it on Feb. 2.
William H. Dobbins Jr., 56, Campground Road, Wellsville, was bound over to the grand jury on charges of OVI fourth offense in 10 years, OVI refusal sixth offense and driving under suspension. An April 14 pretrial was set for Dobbins for speeding.
Jason J. Walker, 38, East Ninth Street, Salem, was credited with a day in jail, fined $905, had his license suspended for a year and required 30 hours community service for physical control amended from OVI first offense, as well as improper backing, drug paraphernalia and possession of drugs for a baggie containing clonazepam pills on Aug. 4. A driving under suspension citation was dismissed.
Miguel Hernandez Castro, 26, East Fourth Street, Salem, was credited with two days served, sentenced to an additional eight days in jail, fined $680, had his license suspended for a year for OVI first offense, no license, left of center and disorderly conduct for refusing to go into his home three hours after he was charged with OVI on Saturday because he did not want to face his wife.
A Feb. 25 pretrial was set for Sonya Lee Danks, 41, West Park Avenue, Columbiana, cited with OVI first offense and marked lanes.
Bernard A. Ritteger, 39, Elkton Road, Lisbon, was fined $650, had his license suspended for six months and required 60 hours community service for failure to comply and lighted lights amended from speeding. On Nov. 21, Sgt. Ben Dennison of the highway patrol attempted to stop a vehicle driven by Ritteger for speeding and instead Ritteger drove at speeds near 80 mph and then drove into a field and woods to flee the stop.
A Feb. 20 pretrial was set for Nathan Q. Courtney, 32, Park Avenue, Salem, charged with domestic violence for allegedly threatening to cut Monique Fish’s throat with a knife, chased her through the house and up the stairs into the bathroom on Monday.
A Feb. 24 pretrial was set for Jaccob C. Phillis, 28, Kevin Drive, Alliance, charged with domestic violence for allegedly grabbing Kayla Szczechowski by the throat and slapping her in the face on Monday.
Clayton M. Hawke, 40, Hazel Run Road, Salineville, was fined $400, credited with six days served in jail, sentenced to 14 additional days in jail and required 50 hours community service for two counts of domestic violence for pushing a 14-year-old boy and assaulting his live-in girlfriend, Michelle Levario, by pushing her to the ground and hitting her multiple times.
Larry K. Mellott, Glasgow Road, Wellsville, was credited with a day in jail, sentenced to an additional four days in jail, fined $350 and required 30 hours community service for criminal trespassing and two counts of theft. He was ordered to pay $200 in restitution to the Rogers Community Auction within 30 days. Mellott was caught loading nine bales of hay from Rogers into a pickup on Jan. 29 and stole hay, corn and oats from a hay barn on Jan. 22.
Sue E. Mellott, 63, Glasgow Road, Wellsville, was credited with a day in jail, sentenced to an additional four days in jail, fined $200 and required 30 hours community service for theft and criminal trespassing. Additionally, she was ordered to pay $111 in restitution to Rogers Community Auction within 30 days. On Jan. 29, Mellott was caught by a sheriff’s deputy driving a pickup loaded with nine bales of stolen hay.
Lynsee M. Ahearn, 26, West Eighth Street, Salem, was fined $250 and sentenced to three days in jail for disorderly conduct for sitting intoxicated in a parking lot and refusing to arrange for a ride home when given several opportunities Tuesday.
Calvin E. Ledgere, 61, North Bloomfield, was fined $250 for driving under FRA suspension.
A March 23 pretrial was set for Tina M. Williams, 60, Rose Drive, Lisbon, charged with theft for allegedly shoplifting candy and shoes totaling $28 from the Salem Walmart on Monday.
A Feb. 18 pretrial was set for Travis R. Mosti, 38, Toronto, cited with driving under suspension, use of an unauthorized plate and unsafe vehicle.
A March 24 pretrial was set for Eric P. Saeger, 58, Salem-Alliance Road, Salem, cited with driving under OVI suspension and headlights required.
Richard Vecchio, 57, state Route 164, Lisbon, was fined $150 for disorderly conduct for being intoxicated with several open containers of beer at Circle K, as well as becoming irate with police while yelling at them using foul language in public on Jan. 13.
Stewart L. White, 41, Canfield, was fined $150 for speeding.