The Courts

Common Pleas

New Cases

Melissa L. Dickson, Alliance, vs. Dale R. Dickson, Alliance, divorce sought.

Rylee Hardy, Damascus, and Benjamin J. Hardy, Damascus, dissolution sought.

Darrell James Faulkner, Salem, vs. Krista Sue Faulkner, East Liverpool, divorce sought.

Krista S. Faulkner, East Liverpool, vs. Darrell J. Faulkner, Salem, divorce sought.

Bank of America vs. Brian K. Sholtis, Hanoverton, $27,248 plus costs sought.

Docket Entries

Carolyn Szmara, Columbiana, and Benjamin Szmara, Columbiana, dissolution granted.

Salem Community Hospital vs. Andrea and Edward Esker, contempt dismissed.

Rosemary McClish vs. Salem Community Hospital, et al., case settled and dismissed.

County Treasurer vs. Darla M. Cook, known known as Darla M. McKinley, et al., properties on East Martin Street, East Palestine, sold to Barbara L. Greaves for $23,000.

County Treasurer vs. Alan Bowers, property on Seigler Road, Salineville, sold to Scott A. Steele for $258,000 plus costs.

Marriage Licenses

Zackary Hyatt Biser, 30, Leetonia, laborer, and Lori Sue Deem, 29, Leetonia, teacher.

Christopher Edwin Sheen, 41, Salem, machinist, and Julie R. Hiltbrand, 39, Salem, homemaker.

Daniel Ray Middleton, 34, Alliance, service technician, and Nicole R. Bailey, 30, Alliance, Day Hab Specialist II.

Johnathan James Exline, 25, East Liverpool, operator – Newell Water Company, and Kirsti L. Edwards, 28, East Liverpool, customer service representative – Ohio Valley YMCA.

Zachary Alan Courter, 26, Staunton, Va., automotive technician, and Carlie Anne Raines, 23, Staunton Va., direct care.

Ronald Lee Grey, 38, East Liverpool, owner F-bomb Tattoo LLC, and Markie Lee Lowe, 26, East Liverpool, student.

Adam Stephen Halls, 29, Berlin Center, surgical first assistant, and Alexandra K. Shivers, 27, Salem, nurse practitioner.

Court News

LISBON — Nicole L. Hays, 46, Carrollton, pleaded guilty to unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, a first degree-misdemeanor, and lesser offense to the grand theft of a motor vehicle charge she was initially charged with. Hays was sentenced to 180 days of suspended jail time but placed on two years of community control. She was fined $150. A charge of complicity in the commission of an offense was dismissed. Hays was accused of being involved in a forgery offense and taking a 2013 Chrysler 200 belonging to Jolysa L. Richards between Feb. 19 and March 7 in 2019.

Charges of complicity in the commission of an offense and grand theft of a motor vehicle against Herbert L. Hebron, 47, Carrollton, for the same allegations which Hays had been charged with will no longer pursued.


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