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The Courts

Common Pleas

New Cases

Wilmington Savings Fund v. Wayne R. Tate, et al; foreclosure sought against property at 607 Broadway, Wellsville.

Kent State University v. Candice L. Smith of Salem; collection sought of $2,502 owed for tuition and educational services.

Docket Entries

Lacey Hayward of Lisbon and Paul Hayward of East Liverpool; marriage dissolved.

Tangie R. Harlan of East Palestine and Christopher J. Harlan of Wheeling, W.Va.; marriage dissolved.

Grand jury

LISBON — The following were served with secret indictments issued this year by the county grand jury:

Nicholas J. O’Hanlon,22, Crestview Drive, East Liverpool, charged with aggravated possession of meth, with the alleged crime occurring on Jan. 6.

Devontae M. McKinney, 28, of Cleveland, charged with tampering with evidence, obstructing police business, cocaine possession, possessing a fentanyl-related compound, and three counts of aggravated possession of drugs.

Municipal

LISBON — In county Municipal Court, James Huntting, 36, Trentvale Street, East Liverpool, was sentenced to 180 days in jail, credited with 17 days, fined $1,325 and had his license suspended for four years for OVI second offense, OVI second offense/breath .17 gram, driving under suspension and failure to control.

Dylan Wayt, 20, West Virginia Avenue, Sebring, was sentenced to 30 days in jail, fined $825, had his license suspended for 120 days and ordered 10 hours of community service for OVI first offense and speeding.

John M. Simonds, 58, Old Route 344, Leetonia, was sentenced to three days in jail and fined $550 for driving under 12-point suspension, driving under OVI suspension and a marked lanes violation.

A Dec. 21 pretrial was set for Terry E. McCombs, 67, Foundry Hill Road, Hanoverton, charged with OVI first offense, failure to control and a seat belt violation.

Tiffany F. Mixon, 28, state Route 9, Hanoverton, was sentenced to 90 days in jail, fined $350 and ordered 40 hours of community service for theft. Mixon attempted to steal over $370 worth of merchandise from the Walmart self-checkout.

A Dec. 28 pretrial was set for Joshua C. Board, 30, Merle Road, Salem, charged with drug paraphernalia, OVI second offense, OVI refusal within 20 years, use of unauthorized plate and a marked lanes violation.

Shauna L. Uptegraph, 27, East Fifth Street, Salem, was sentenced to 90 days in jail, fined $350 and ordered 50 hours of community service for theft. Uptegraph attempted to steal $160 worth of merchandise from the Walmart self-checkout.

Michael D. Merriman, 36, First Street, Wellsville, was sentenced to 30 days in jail and fined $250 for domestic violence. Merriman allegedly hit Skylla Ann McLaughlin with their kids’ toys and left marks.

Sarah L. Davis, 36, Goshen Road, Salem, was sentenced to 180 days in jail, fined $925, had her license suspended for two years and ordered 40 hours of community service for OVI second offense, OVI second offense/breath .17 gram and improper backing.

Melissa M. Blake, 38, South Lincoln Avenue, Salem, was sentenced to two days in jail, credited with two days and fined $350 for domestic violence. After a confrontation, Blake struck her fiance in the face.

Cassandra Tomlin, 22, South Lincoln Avenue, Salem, was sentenced to two days in jail, credited with two days and fined $350 for domestic violence. Tomlin and her fiancÈ were in a physical altercation when Tomlin grabbed her around the neck, causing physical harm.

A Dec. 17 pretrial was set for Ashley L. Metzgar, 32, Franklin Avenue, Salem, charged with possession of marijuana, OVI third offense, a marked lanes violation and a tail lights violation.

Harley R. Oneil, 24, of Youngstown, was fined $150 for wrongful entrustment.

A Dec. 1 pretrial was set for John T. Swagger, 28, Sierra Madre Trail, Boardman, charged with assault.

Jeff Schreiber, 61, West Woodland, Columbiana, was fined $250 for fictitious registration.

A Jan. 7 pretrial was set for Siobahn M. Goodwin, 41, North Street, Salineville, charged with disorderly conduct-intoxication.

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