Cherie L. Syppko, Beloit, vs. Betty J. Abrams, Salem, excess of $25,000 sought for alleged injuries and damages for a traffic crash on East Pershing Street, Salem, on Sept. 6, 2018.
Jeremy J. Jones, Lisbon, vs. Multibrand Field Services Inc., et al., appeal sought of workers’ compensation claim.
Indy Equipment and Supply LLC, Independence, vs. P & C Industrial Services LLC, Lisbon, et al., $3,084 plus court costs sought.
Salem Community Hospital vs. William S. McMillan, Salem, $24,358 with interest and costs of $250 sought.
Roger Cain, Lisbon, vs. Stephen M. Zeh Sr., et al., excess of $25,000 sought, plus a full accounting of the funds alleged removed from the company checking account without authorization from plaintiff and the appointment of a receiver to complete dissolution of the company.
Michael Walz, East Liverpool, vs. Hermitage Thermal Services Inc., appeal sought of workers’ compensation claim.
Rogerlee S. Miller, Mentor, vs. Kristin N. Miller, East Palestine, child support and health insurance order sought.
State of Ohio vs. Edward Knox Jr., forfeiture granted of $1,488 in seized drug-related money.
State of Ohio vs. Jeremy D. Yeager, forfeiture granted of $720 in seized drug-related money.
State of Ohio vs. Stephen W. Bell Jr., forfeiture granted of $1,350 in seized drug-related money.
County Treasurer vs. Jack L. Madden, et al., foreclosure ordered for property on Shadyside Avenue, East Liverpool.
LISBON — Brandon E. Hacker, 27, Jimtown Road, East Palestine, was sentenced by Common Pleas Court Judge Scott Washam to nine months in prison for grand theft of a motor vehicle. On Jan. 29, 2019, Hacker stole a 2001 Ford Explorer belonging to Johnathan Workman. He was credited with 101 days already served.
James R. Wilson, 25, East Market Street, New Waterford, stipulated to violating the terms of his intervention plan, which was dishonorably terminated. Wilson was sentenced to 180 days in the county jail and credited with 59 days served for breaking and entering and eight counts of misdemeanor theft. On Dec. 30, 2017, Wilson broke into a garage belonging to Richard Arcaro, West North Avenue, East Palestine, and stole an iPhone and stocking cap belonging to Arcaro. Additionally, he had stolen property belonging to Christa Burnette, 17 Marathon gas cards; Mark McTrustry, an iPod and case; Zach Dubbert, a folding blade knife, a fixed blade knife and a pack of cigarettes; Cindy Beauregard, seven packs of Marlboro cigarettes; Heidi Gorby, miscellaneous coins; Kelly Lester, a flashlight and miscellaneous coins; and Joe Helpy, miscellaneous coins.
Patrick Griffith, 40, East Main Street, Salineville, stipulated to violating the terms of his community control for a previous possession of cocaine conviction. Griffith was ordered to remain on community control, but will remain in the county jail for about 30 days on a non-payment of child support sentence. Griffith’s drug charge was for having cocaine on Jan. 18, 2019.
LISBON — In County Municipal Court, Lonnie A. Wilson, 32, North Freedom Avenue, Alliance, was ordered to pay $300 in restitution for a theft charge after a black mountain bicycle and two fishing poles were stolen from Walmart in Salem on June 18. Wilson already served a jail sentence and was fined $150 regarding the theft charge.
WELLSVILLE — In Magistrate Court, Bobbi Jo Wilson, South Meadowbrook Circle, was fined $125 on a theft charge. She was ordered to make $25 restitution to the Tri-State Cab Co.
Michael Stacy, Maple Avenue, was fined $500 and given 60 days in jail (all suspended) on a petty theft charge.
Christina Reed, Norris Street, was fined $350 and given 60 days in jail (all suspended) on obstructing official business and possession of drug paraphernalia charges.
Shelda Keefer, Main Street, was fined $500 and given 30 days in jail (all suspended) on an assault charge. She also was ordered to do 50 hours of community service.
James Oiler, FIrst Street, was fined $500 and given 10 days in jail (all suspended) on criminal damaging, after vandalizing the Wellsville Marina.
Dorothy Shepherd, Broadway Avenue in East Liverpool, is to have work completed at her property at 409 Main St. by Oct. 22. Shepherd had been charged with being the owner of a nuisance property.
April Tanner, Chester, was fined $250 on a drug paraphernalia charge.
Alyssa Evans, Bradshaw Avenue in East Liverpool, was fined $500 and given 10 community service hours for assault.
EAST LIVERPOOL — In East Liverpool Municipal Court, a trial for Donald Goodwin, of Northside Avenue, was moved to Oct.21.
A status hearing for Douglas Austin, of Blakely Street, was set for Oct. 13 on 10 charges involving companion animals. His jury trial date was set for Oct. 21.
Robert J. White, of Cornell Street, was set for Sept. 29 pretrial on four counts of aggravated menacing.
A pretrial was set for Oct. 6 for Trisha A. Miller, of Blakely Street, who is charged with theft.
Bench warrants were issued for Shannon R. Herron, of East 5th Street, on theft and criminal trespass charges; Laura M. Christy, of Midland, on a traffic device charge; Brianna N. Allen, of 6th Street, on expired tags and no plate lights charges; Jacob D. Blystone, of Pennsylvania Avenue, and Kaitlynn V. Smith, of Burrows Avenue, on seat belt offenses; Theresa Coles, of Steubenville, on no operator’s license and failure to signal charges; and Tyler A. Austin, of Monroe Avenue in Salem, on driving under suspension and license plate light charges.
Samantha May, of Homestead Avenue, has a probation violation hearing Sept. 17.
Matthew R. Young, of Lisbon Street, is set for a pretrial Dec. 3 on drug charges.
Jason M. Mellon, of Roller Coaster Road in Lisbon, has a pretrial set for Sept. 16.
Kristina L. Williamson, of Wilbert Avenue, is set for a pretrial Sept. 16 on an expired plates charge.
Lewis B. Andric, of Artistic Drive, was set for pretrial Sept. 14 on a violating a protection order charge.
Sherman A. Pritt Jr., of Annesley Road, was set for a pretrial Sept. 28 on a left of center charge.
Michael A. Wilson, of Warren, was sentenced to $250 plus costs and 60 days in jail (all suspended) on no operator’s license and illegal plates charges. His review is set for Nov. 6.
Jason M. Sandy, of New Cumberland, W.Va., was set for pretrial Dec. 3 on driving under suspension and failure to signal charges.
Tyler M. Quimby, of Empire, was sentenced to $50 plus costs on a public intoxication offense. His review is set for Nov. 6.
David H. Lindner, of Enon Valley, Pa. is set for pretrial Oct. 6 on OVI and marked lanes charges.
Michael J. Farnsworth, of Maple Avenue in Wellsville, had his case continued to Nov. 20 for driving under suspension and speeding.
Nicole R. Smith, of Lincoln Avenue, is scheduled for a show cause hearing Sept. 24 and a trial Oct. 21 for a charge of violating a protection order.
Shannon R. Herron, of East 5th Street, was set for a pretrial Nov. 5 on theft and criminal trespass charges.
A bench warrant was issued for Terrance L. Haywood, of Chester Avenue in Wellsville. Haywood failed to show on a driving under suspension charge.