The Courts

Common Pleas

New Cases

Serenity Dawn Germanovich, Wellsville, and Daniel Robert Germanovich, Lisbon, divorce sought.

Lake Tomahawk Property Owners Association Inc. vs. William and Marjorie L. Maley, Scio, $18,849 in maintenance and operating fees sought.

Docket Entries

Blaine and Barbara Ann Fields vs. Ronald A. Greathouse, case reinstated to the active docket.

Ally Bank vs. Natalia and Anatoliy Symoni, defendants ordered to pay plaintiffs $28,549 plus interest.

John Ramus vs. General Motors LLC, case settled and dismissed.

Phillip T. Devine, New Middletown, vs. Bethany R. Hover, Warren, divorce granted.

County Treasurer vs. Earl Schory II, et al., delinquent taxes and penalties paid, case dismissed.

County Treasurer vs. Kim R. Dunlope, et al., bankruptcy filed, foreclosure sale on hold.

County Treasurer vs. Charles G. McCulley Jr., property in Salineville forfeited to the state of Ohio, case dismissed.

County Treasurer vs. David D. Carpenter, et al., foreclosure against David Carpenter dismissed due to his death, foreclosure against Karen S. Carpenter on hold following a bankruptcy filed.

Grand Jury

LISBON — Kyla M. Copestick, 30, Lisbon Street, Wellsville, was served a secret indictment charging here with grand theft, a fourth-degree felony, and forgery, a fifth-degree felony. Starting on April 11, 2019 through Sept. 24, 2020, Copestick allegedly defrauded Tim Hortons by forging multiple checks in the total amount of $73,045 payable to herself. The indictment was issued by the grand jury in February.

Court News

LISBON – In Common Pleas Court, Samantha L. May, 23, Lincoln Avenue, East Liverpool, pleaded guilty to complicity to burglary, a third-degree felony. She faces up to three years in prison and a $10,000 fine. Sentencing is set for May 7. May reportedly helped Marcus Ford and Zachery Young, both accused in a burglary at the home of Kelly Dole, Baum Street, East Liverpool, on Feb. 11, 2020. Both men currently have a bench warrant for failing to appear for hearings for charges related to the allegedly burglary.

Jaquon Rozier, 25, Youngstown, was sentenced to 11 months in prison concurrent with the time he is serving in a case in Mahoning County. He was credited with five days already served. The sentence in Columbiana County involved a tampering with evidence charge and a possession of heroin charge for attempting to hide heroin from investigators on March 20, 2019.

Amanda E. Wright, 35, Riley Avenue, East Liverpool, pleaded guilty to burglary, a third-degree felony, for trespassing into the home of Michael Wright, Orchard Grove Street, East Liverpool, to commit a criminal offense. She was immediately sentenced to two years in prison to be served concurrently with the 18-month prison sentence she is serving for violating her community control in a drug-related case from 2014.


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