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New Cases

Ashley M. Jackson, New Waterford, vs. Jayson C. Jackson, New Waterford, divorce sought.

Christie Dawn Wainuskis, Alliance, and Troy Steven Wainuskis, Alliance, dissolution sought.

Melissa Louise Sadler, Salem, and Dustin Robert Sadler, Salem, dissolution sought.

County Treasurer vs. the unknown heirs of Joseph A. Soldano Sr., et al., foreclosure sought for alleged delinquent taxes for property on Maple Avenue, Wellsville.

County Treasurer vs. Robert S. Porter, et al., foreclosure sought for alleged delinquent taxes for property on Wells Avenue, Wellsville.

County Treasurer vs. Lamaman N. Tshidibi, foreclosure sought for alleged delinquent taxes for property on Oakwood Avenue, East Liverpool.

County Treasurer vs. Thomas Cox, et al., foreclosure sought for alleged delinquent taxes for properties on Camille Street and Whinnery Road in Hanoverton.

County Treasurer vs. Kayla J. Raley Post, foreclosure sought for alleged delinquent taxes for property on U.S. Route 62, Salem.

County Treasurer vs. De Anna M. Greier, et al., foreclosure sought for alleged delinquent taxes for property on Whinnery Road, Hanoverton.

County Treasurer vs. Jeffrey Ross Billingsley, foreclosure sought for alleged delinquent taxes for properties on Michigan Avenue, East Liverpool.

Docket Entries

Adam T. Averill vs. Butech, Inc., et al., case settled and dismissed.

JPMorgan Chase Bank vs. The unknown heirs of Suzanne M. Campbell, et al., property on Samuel Street, East Liverpool, sold to the plaintiff for $38,800.

Discover Bank vs. Jean Bates, case dismissed due to lack of prosecution.

Samantha Mullen vs. East Palestine School District, et al., claims against Trey McKim, settled and dismissed.

Bonnie Banar, Salem, vs. Christopher L. Patrick, Youngstown, divorce granted.

County Treasurer vs. George A. Kidd, foreclosure ordered for a home on Sunnyside Avenue, East Liverpool.

County Treasurer vs. Erika L. Staley, foreclosure on hold pending successful completion of payment plan.

County Treasurer vs. Edmond James Hartshorne, et al., delinquent taxes and penalties paid, case dismissed.

Court News

LISBON — William D. Barrett Jr., 38, East Fifth Street, Salem, pleaded guilty to felony charges in two separate cases in Common Pleas Court. In one case he pleaded guilty to receiving stolen property, a fifth-degree felony, and complicity to burglary, a second-degree felony. He faces up to nine years in prison and a $17,500 fine in that case. In a second case he pleaded guilty to burglary, a third-degree felony; breaking and entering, a fifth-degree felony; and receiving stolen property, a first-degree misdemeanor. He faces up to four and a half years in prison and a $13,500 fine. Sentencing for both cases is set for Nov. 30.

On May 18, 2019, Barrett had the belongings of another person, including a wide screen TV, women’s make up, CDs and an Xbox game player hand control belonging to Shania Voigt. Then on Sept. 20, 2019, Barrett assisted William Jacquet in burglarizing the home of Lisa Thompson, Milbourne Avenue, East Liverpool. On Aug. 15, 2019, Barrett went into an attached garage on Maple Avenue, Wellsville, taking a Mongoose bike, Craftsman air compressor, an Xbox and an Xbox game controller, items belonging to Kay Montgomery and Jamie Heffner.

Kevin Lee Reynolds 46, La Croft Avenue, East Liverpool, pleaded guilty to attempted having weapons while under a disability, a fourth-degree felony, which was a lesser-included offense to the third-degree felony having weapons while under a disability charge he was initially facing. His disposition hearing was set for Dec. 14 when Reynolds could be sentenced to up to 18 months in prison and a $5,000 fine. On June 7, 2019, Reynolds had a rifle in the bedroom when he was previously convicted of a felony aggravated assault.

Gary M. Rowles II, 37, West Ohio Avenue, Sebring, pleaded guilty to a fifth-degree felony possession of drugs and two counts of misdemeanor possession of drugs. The maximum sentence for the charges is 18 months in prison, a five-year license suspension and a $4,500 fine. On Oct. 1, 2017, Rowles had methamphetamine, clonazepam and lorazepam.

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