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Common Pleas

Common Pleas

New Cases

Carl Slagle, Leetonia, vs. George Crawford, Lisbon, order sought regarding title of property in Salem Township near the intersection of Butcher Road and Chestnut Street.

Richard A. Clendenning Sr., Lisbon, vs. Carol Clendenning, Arvada, Col., divorce sought.

Docket Entries

Noah D. McIntosh, Salem, vs. Savannah K. McIntosh, Salem, case dismissed.

Grand Jury

LISBON — Jamie L. Allen, 29, Rose Drive, Lisbon, was served a secret indictment for a charge of aggravated possession of drugs, a fifth-degree felony. Allen is accused of having methamphetamines on Aug. 17. The indictment was issued by the grand jury in January.

Municipal

LISBON — In county Municipal Court, Vernon G. Stone, 67, state Route 7, Rogers, was fined $1,000 for domestic violence for spitting on, punching, choking and pinning Georgeanne Daniluk, his live-in girlfriend, against the wall on Jan. 30. A felonious assault charge was dismissed, which was for allegedly striking Daniluk’s vehicle with his own while she was sitting at the end of her driveway waiting for deputies. A May 24 pretrial was set for Stone, who is also cited with OVI first offense and failure to control also stemming from his alleged actions on Jan. 30.

Hunter Lane Corbett, 53, Uhrichsville, was fined $975, had his license suspended for a year, required to attend a three-day counseling program and ordered 40 hours community service for failure to control and OVI first offense amended from an OVI second offense.

Charles Michael James Tittle, 48, Forbes Road, Wellsville, was credited with a day in jail, sentenced to an additional 119 days in jail and fined $500 for inducing panic and falsification. On March 5, 2020, Tittle reported a woman had been stabbed at his home and while deputies responded a dispatcher explained to Tittle how to administer CPR. However, when deputies arrived Tittle admitted it had been a prank and no one was found at the home.

Brandon M. Hill, 33, Rittman, was credited with seven days served, sentenced to an additional three days in jail, fined $300 and required 30 hours community service for violating a temporary protection order for being in a vehicle on April 2. with Kayla Hill and two small children, who are all protected against him by a protection order.

A June 28 pretrial was set for Todd J. Knight Jr., 20, Yates Road, Salem, charged with physical control.

An April 22 pretrial was set for Brandon S. Gust, 22, Prospect Street, Salem, charged with obstructing official business and disorderly conduct for allegedly attempting to break into a Prospect Street home about five blocks from his own home and then fleeing on foot from police on Thursday.

Isaiah Malik Matthews, 27, Saint George Street, East Liverpool, was fined $535 for driving under a 12-point suspension and speeding.

A June 3 pretrial was set for Johnathan Allen Reed, 32, New Wilmington, Pa., cited with maximum axle load.

Timothy R. Noling, 59, McCluskey Road, New Waterford, was fined $150 for possession of marijuana.

Alyssa Rose Sluter, 30, Sharp Street, Salem, was fined $530 for no license, left of center and four counts of driving under suspension.

Mahoning

YOUNGSTOWN– The suspect in a shooting in Ellsworth Township last week waived his preliminary hearing Friday and was bound over to the grand jury, according to WKBN-TV.

Joshua Green, 21, is charged with felonious assault and accused of shooting another man four times at a house on Leffingwell Road.

Mahoning County sheriff’s deputies arrested Green less than 24 hours after discovering the 29-year-old victim, who is not being identified. Part of the investigation involved searching a home on Madera Avenue on Youngstown’s north side Friday morning where authorities say the suspect had been staying with his mother. Deputies confirmed the Green and the victim have known each other for years.

Green is still in jail on a $75,000 bond.

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