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New Cases

Rachel Averill of Youngstown v. Walmart and Ohio Bureau of Workers Compensation; appeal of claim denial.

Richard D. Hickman of Salem v. Tanner C. Perkins of Salem and AAA Auto Insurance; lawsuit over 2019 traffic accident in Lisbon, $25,000-plus sought.

Cary A. Kriner, 47, of Salem v. James C. Kriner, 59, of Alliance; divorce sought.

Kimberly A. Jumper, 57, of East Palestine v. Gary Jumper Jr. of Shippensburg, Pa.; divorce sought.

Alyssa Reckner of East Liverpool v. Robert Reckner, care of the county jail; divorce sought.

Kaylee Williams, 29, of New Waterford v. William Williams, 33, of Tiffin; divorce sought.

Docket Entries

County Treasurer v. Elizabeth A. Darby; delinquent property tax foreclosure ordered against property at 336 W. Wilson St., Salem.

County Treasurer v. Lynda D. Moore, et al; defendant entered into payment plan, so delinquent property tax foreclosure put on hold.

Marriage Licenses

Christopher M. Sheville, 30, of East Liverpool, truck driver; and Olivia A. Palmer, 25, of Wellsville, nurse.

Johnathan J. Exline, 25, of East Liverpool, operator for Newell Water Co.; and Kristi L. Edwards, 28, of East Liverpool, customer service representative for the Ohio Valley YMCA.

Eric P. Krannich, 32, of Salem, sales; and Tori M. Timman, 25, of Salem, dance instructor.

Zachary A. Courter, 26, of Staunton, Va., automotive technician; and Carlie A. Raines, 23, of Staunton, Va., direct care.

Justin J. Miller, 35, of Lisbon, registered nurse; and Stacey L. Bishop, 32, of Lisbon, ward clerk.

Ronald L. Grey, 38, of East Liverpool, owner of F-Bomb Tattoo; and Markie L. Lowe, 26, of East Liverpool, student.

Adam S. Halls, 29, of Berlin Center, surgical first assist; and Alexandra K. Shivers, 27, of Salem, nurse practitioner.

Trevor M. Floyd, 24, of East Palestine, nursing assistant; and Nathaniel J. Preisel, 25, of New Castle, Pa., customer service representative.q

Layne D. Lattanzio, 60, of Rogers, truck driver; and Melissa L. McClain, 52, of Rogers, homemaker.

Trenton T. Diddle, 28, of East Liverpool, assistant manager; and Courtney M. Carlier, 25, of East Liverpool, computed tomography technologist.

Jeffrey J. Gorby, 21, of Salem, welder; and Mollieann R. Fox, 20, of Salem, press operator.

Justise W. Cehrs, 22, of Wellsville, laborer; and Haley R. Beckwith, 20, of Wellsville, STNA, day care aide.

Christopher D. Weingart, 48, of New Waterford, police sergeant; and Sharri L. Davis, 33, of New Waterford, housekeeping lead.

Brandon T. Folsom, 32, of Salem, cycle counter/materials; and Allison N. Aubele, 29, of Salem, forklift driver.

Donald R. McKinley, 38, of Wellsville, tire technician; and Ashley E. Lease, 30, of Wellsville, unemployed.

Grand Jury

LISBON — The following people were served with secret indictments issued by the Columbiana County grand jury.

Chandor D. Pettress, 27, of Youngstown, is charged with three counts of selling cocaine and two counts of selling heroin, with the alleged crimes occurring between 2015 and 2017.

David W. Price, 49, of Chester, W.Va., charged with cocaine possession, with the alleged crime occurring on Feb. 11.

Municipal

LISBON — In county Municipal Court, Thomas D. Damelio, 55, Sharon Lynn Drive, Salem, was sentenced to 180 days in jail, fined $2,500, had his license suspended for five years and ordered 60 hours of community service for OVI third offense, OVI refusal with prior within 20 years and a stop sign violation.

Daniel T. Ingram, 24, Wilson Street, Leetonia, was sentenced to 90 days in jail, fined $980, had his license suspended for one year and ordered 40 hours of community service for OVI first offense, failure to control and a seat belt violation.

A Nov. 12 pretrial was set for Shauna L. Uptegraph, 27, East Fifth Street, Salem, charged with theft. Uptegraph allegedly failed to scan $160 worth of merchandise at the Walmart self-checkout.

A Nov. 23 pretrial was set for Nancy A. McDermott, 61, Bedell Road, Berlin Center, charged with theft. McDermott allegedly failed to scan about $90 worth of merchandise at the Walmart self-checkout.

Delores C. Lilly, 55, state Route 45, Lisbon, was sentenced to 90 days in jail, fined $905, had her license suspended for two years and ordered 40 hours of community service for OVI first offense, driving under suspension, use of unauthorized plates, driving left of center and a seat belt violation.

A Nov. 30 pretrial was set for Roy M. Johnson, 25, East Lucius Avenue, Youngstown, charged with possession of marijuana and possession of marijuana drug paraphernalia.

Lori D. Arnold, 41, Country Club Lane, Salem, was sentenced to 30 days in jail, fined $150 and ordered 30 hours of community service for theft. Arnold allegedly failed to scan about $100 worth of merchandise at the Walmart self-checkout.

A Nov. 24 pretrial was set for Kerianne Little, 44, Jones Drive, Salem, charged with theft. Little allegedly failed to scan about $120 worth of merchandise at the Walmart self-checkout.

A Nov. 19 pretrial was set for Diane L. Andre, 40, New Garden, Salem, charged with theft. Andre allegedly left Kids Zone Store with a sweatshirt and a pair of shoes without rendering payment.

A Nov. 30 pretrial was set for Joshua N. Seese, 44, East Wood Street, Lowellville, charged with OVI first offense, OVI breath .17+ first offense and failure to control.

A Dec. 1 restitution hearing was set for Jessica L. Fritz, 35, Jackson Street, East Liverpool, charged with theft. Fritz allegedly failed to scan about $135 worth of merchandise at the Walmart self-checkout.

A Dec. 1 pretrial was set for Daniel A. Kaiser, 24, East Sixth Street, Salem, charged with OVI first offense, OVI breath .17+ first offense and unsafe vehicle.

A Nov. 24 pretrial was set for Danielle J. Bowers, 29, Walnut Street, Rogers, charged with complicity. Bowers was allegedly with Trevor Heiney when he stole a catalytic converter from a 2004 GMC Box Truck.

Brian K. Custer Jr., 19, Francis Drive, Wellsville, was sentenced to 90 days in jail, fined $250 and ordered 40 hours of community service for aggravated menacing. Custer Jr. threatened to assault Taira Higgins with a knife.

Hunter D. Rayle, 26, Woodland Avenue, Salem, was sentenced to 180 days in jail, fined $1,525, had his license suspended for one year and ordered 40 hours of community service for OVI first offense, OVI breath .17+ first offense, hit-skip and failure to control.

An Oct. 29 preliminary hearing was set for Paul R. McCown, 67, Pancake-Clarkson Road, Rogers, charged with obstructing justice.

A Nov. 30 pretrial was set for Myah Turner, 24, Oklahoma, charged with theft. Turner allegedly failed to scan about $70 worth of merchandise at the Walmart self-checkout.

ELO Muni

EAST LIVERPOOL — In East Liverpool Municipal Court, Douglas G. Pridemore, Commerce Street, Wellsville, was sentenced to 20 days in jail on resisting arrest and obstructing official business charges.

A pretrial for David H. Lindner, Enon Valley, Pa. was set for pretrial Feb. 4 on OVI and marked lanes charges.

Jonathan R. Easterday, Wilbert Avenue, was set for pretrial Feb. 4 for criminal trespass and no license.

Brandon A. Green, McCoy Avenue, was set for pretrial Feb. 4 on OVI, driving under suspension and marked lanes charges.

Joshua Watthews, Sunnyside Street, was set for pretrial Nov. 12 on criminal damaging and criminal trespass charges.

Anthony Gunter, Clairbourne Street, was set for pretrial Nov. 12 on tampering with meters and rental permit required charges.

Fawn M. Weaver, Toronto, was set for pretrial Feb. 4 on a theft charge.

Jackueline M. Bebout, state Route 45, Lisbon, was set for pretrial Jan. 28 on a theft charge.

Bryan M. Douglas, Clark Avenue, Wellsville, was set for pretrial Nov. 3 on an assault charge.

Kaylan R. Scragg, Industry, Pa., was set for pretrial Nov. 3 on a theft charge.

Jaminlee D. Morris, Oakwood Street, was set for a pretrial Nov. 3 on an illegal plates charge.

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