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Common Pleas

New Cases

Mary C. Jones, Salineville, vs. Southern Local School District, et al., appeal sought of workers’ compensation claim.

Richard Neff, Canton, vs. Gary L. Crowl, Lisbon, excess of $25,000 sought for alleged injuries and damages from a traffic crash on state Route 172 on May 24, 2019.

Nicole M. Douglas, Warren, and Timothy N. Douglas, Beloit, dissolution sought.

Pamela J. Styen, Columbiana, and Wayne A. Styen, Columbiana, dissolution sought.

Anthony Maurice Travers, East Liverpool, and Kylee Nicole Travers, East Liverpool, dissolution sought.

Docket Entries

Kent State University vs. Max V. Kasten, defendant ordered to pay plaintiff $1,956.

Brian E. Stowers, East Liverpool, and Michelle M. Stowers, Wellsville, dissolution granted.

County Treasurer vs. Macel F. Cox, et al., foreclosure ordered for property on Ruth Street, East Liverpool.

County Treasurer vs. Roy E. Johnson, et al., foreclosure ordered for property on Hillside Drive, Hanoverton.

County Treasurer vs. Paul Mauch, et al., delinquent taxes and penalties paid, case dismissed.

Marriage Licenses

Gary L. Lutton, 69, East Liverpool, retired, and Noel C. Hasson, 56, East Liverpool, property manager.

Kenneth Bret Apple, 60, Salem, attorney, and Jacqueline Dale Burns, 59, New Cumberland, W.Va., public school teacher.

Ryan Daniel Herron, 31, Chester, W.Va., laborer, and Kaitlyn Pearl Hawkins, 30, New Cumberland, W.Va., registered nurse.

Matthew Ryan Moore, 33, East Palestine, steel worker, and Roxanne Noel Milnes, 26, East Palestine, registered nurse.

Scott Arthur Montgomery, 69, Columbiana, retired, and Joan Frances Macry, 64, Columbiana, retired.

Randy Scott Douds Jr., 30, East Liverpool, electrician, and Emily Christine Williams, 29, East Liverpool, inpatient nurse assistant.

Jessie Guy Barcus, 24, East Liverpool, self-employed, and Brittany Michelle Nicole Carnegie, 24, East Liverpool, unemployed.

Devon K. Cork, 27, Salem, welder, and Tabetha M. Frantz, 33, Salem, realtor.

Cody James Dole, 31, Columbiana, IT support specialist, and Tiffany Marie Dole, 29, Columbiana, orthodontist assistant.

James Douglas Barnhouse, 64, Lisbon, retired, and Sarah Anne Critchley, 53, Lisbon, unemployed.

Jarred Mitchel Jones, 23, Negley, boilermaker, and Whitney Lynn Mae Cope, 21, Columbiana, internal operations lead.

Andrew Douglas Flint, 32, East Palestine, union carpenter, and Shannon Marie Snedeker, 28, East Palestine, unemployed.

Travis Allan Mitchell, 24, Beloit, maintenance, and Dawn Michelle Berry, 25, Salem, quality assurance.

Jacob J. Byler, 23, Negley, carpentry, and Ada A. Shetler, 29, New Waterford, house cleaning.

Scott E. Simmons, 46, Salem, NAPA autoparts, and Courtney Nicole Hill, 31, East Liverpool, unemployed.

Court News

LISBON — Brian C. Lanzendorfer, 38, Millrock Road, New Waterford, pleaded guilty to voyeurism, a fifth-degree felony, in Common Pleas Court. Sentencing is set for Aug. 26. He faces up to a year in prison and a $2,500. Initially, Lanzendorfer had been charged with two counts of voyeurism, both fifth-degree felonies. The charge he pleaded to was for spying on or recording a 14-year-old in a state of nudity for his own gratification on Aug. 28, 2017.

Grand Jury

LISBON — Anthony Williams Borntreger, 28, West Washington Street, Lisbon, was one of five people served over the weekend with secret indictments issued by the grand jury in May. Borntreger is charged with gross sexual imposition, a fourth-degree felony; and two counts of unlawful sexual conduct with a minor, both third-degree felonies. Beginning on Aug. 14 through Aug. 15, Borntreger allegedly used deception or a drug or intoxicant to engaged in sexual conduct with a 15-year-old child.

Sheryl L. Monigold, 54, West Main Street, Salineville, is charged with forgery and receiving stolen property, both fifth-degree felonies, as well as misdemeanor charges of passing bad checks and petty theft. On Nov. 25, 2019, Monigold allegedly wrote a check belonging to Carol Bickel payable to herself for $200.

Amy Lynn Weyand, 47, Depot Street, Rogers, is charged with aggravated possession of drugs, a fifth-degree felony, along with a specification for forfeiture of money in a drug case. On Aug. 13, Weyand allegedly had methamphetamines and $355 in drug-related currency.

Josiah P. Laughlin, 22, state Route 7, Rogers, is charged with aggravated possession of drugs, a fifth-degree felony, for allegedly having methamphetamines on Nov. 8.

Ciara White, 21, Campbell Road, Hanoverton, is charged with aggravated possession of drugs, a fifth-degree felony, for allegedly having oxycodone on Nov. 8.


LISBON –A June 1 preliminary hearing and pretrial was set for Isaac L. Lemasters Jr., 51, Salineville West, Salineville, charged with tampering with evidence and illegal possession of drug paraphernalia for allegedly having a tear off baggie with white residue found at his feet on the floor of a patrol car in Wellsville.

A June 1 preliminary hearing and pretrial was set for Patrick Moore, 45, Corydon, Ind., charged with tampering with evidence, resisting arrest and falsification for allegedly having a small, jewelry-type container in his front pocket and a blue piece of folded paper with suspected heroin down his pant leg, which was being removed when Moore reportedly took off running on Sunday before being tackled by Sgt. Brandon Brown, sending both to the hospital. Additionally, he reportedly gave the false name of Gary Moore and other false information, as well as attempting to destroy the drug evidence.

A June 3 preliminary hearing was set for Kimberly I. Edie, 28, East Fourth Street, Salem, charged with misuse of credit cards and theft for allegedly taking her mother’s bank debit card without permission and using it to spend $1,372 from her Social Security account in March and April. Edie was fined $100 for animals at large for a loose dog on April 13.

Christy A. Harpold, 52, Maple Drive, East Liverpool, was bound over to the grand jury on a charge of obstructing official business for allegedly lying about the identity of her boyfriend, the driver, Eric Jordan, who fled the scene of an injury accident on April 18 in Perry Township.

Rick J. Willis, 31, Spring Street, Salineville, was bound over to the grand jury on a theft charge for allegedly taking a 1998 Mitsubishi Eclipse belonging to Raegan Loy without her permission.

Trent A. Marcum, 25, North Madison Avenue, Salem, was fined $1,300 and credited with 23 days in jail for theft, criminal trespassing, driving under suspension, possession of drug abuse instruments and two counts of possession of drug paraphernalia. On July 19, Marcum had a cap and small piece of cotton used for drugs found in his vehicle during a traffic stop when K-9 Simon alerted to narcotics in the vehicle. On June 4, Marcum had entered the car of Wanda Witmer and stole $40 from inside her purse. Other charges were for several syringes and a meth pipe found on Aug. 23.

A July 12 pretrial was set for Levi A. Shields, 24, Cleveland Street, Salem, charged with OVI second offense, driving under FRA suspension, regulation of a vehicle engine, a seat belt violation, possession of marijuana, obstructing official business and permitting drug abuse for allegedly having a hypodermic needle fall out of his pants and providing a false name on Sunday when he was walking in the Taco Bell drive through in Salem.

Heather M. Huffman, 43, Girard was fined $925, had her license suspended for a year, sentenced to three days in jail and required 40 hours community service for OVI first offense and marked lanes.

A June 28 pretrial was set for Marcus Lee Glasure, 46, Dillonvale, cited with OVI first offense and speeding.

David Oscar Lee Godsey, 27, Waugh Street, Alliance, was fined $955, had his license suspended for a year, sentenced to three days in jail and required 40 hours community service for OVI first offense, a seat belt violation and failure to control.

Vernon G. Stone, 67, Depot Street, Rogers, was fined $1,025, had his license suspended for a year, credited with four days in jail and required a three-day counseling program for OVI first offense and failure to control.

Jessie R. Govea, 36, Barberton, was credited with 10 days in jail, sentenced to an additional 35 days in jail, fined $700 and required 40 hours community service for aggravated menacing and telecommunications harassment for making Trinity Syvertsen believe she would cause her serious physical harm in November, including threatening to kill her on Facebook on multiple occasions.

Megan Watt, 43, Youngstown, was fined $600, sentenced to five days in jail and required 40 hours community service for driving under suspension, distracted driving, marked lanes and obstructing official business for lying to troopers investigating a crash on May 5.

Candace L. Fraser, Ohio Avenue, Salem, was credited with seven days served in jail, sentenced to an additional three days in jail and fined $500 for falsification for giving a deputy a false name and partial Social Security number when she was found inside a vehicle parked in the Municipal Court parking lot sleeping with suspected drugs and paraphernalia around her on May 17. She told deputies she was going through Social Security remembrance therapy and was not sure.

Sydney R. Felton, 24, Hazel Run Road, Salineville, was sentenced to three days in jail, fined $500 and had her license suspended for a year for driving under OVI suspension.

A June 1 pretrial was set for Antonio D. Deleon, 27, Market Street, Columbiana, charged with domestic violence, resisting arrest and obstructing official business. Deleon allegedly while intoxicated chasing and making a child believe he was going to hurt her and then failing to cooperate with police taking him into custody on Sunday.

A July 22 pretrial was set for Michael L. Matteson, 37, Wooster, charged with assault for allegedly kicking Gary Ohler Jr. in the hand, spitting on him and striking him in the face on Feb. 20, 2019.

A June 3 sentencing hearing was set for Dirk D. Deckart, 66, Logtown Road, Lisbon, who pleaded guilty to domestic violence for lighting a lighter close to someone using prescribed oxygen after slamming his fist against the table.

A July 8 pretrial was set for David A. Hostetter, 59, state Route 170, East Palestine, charged with aggravated menacing for allegedly calling his cousin’s wife names and threatening to harm her in front of her 1-year-old child on Friday.

A July 13 pretrial was set for Aaron M. Teis, 33, King Road, Salem, charged with obstructing official business and disorderly conduct for allegedly swearing loudly and refusing to tell deputies his name on Sunday.

A June 3 pretrial was set for Elio Sorice, 68, Berlin Center, charged with violating a temporary protection order for allegedly going to the Rogers Sale Auction where Ann Sorice also was at on Friday.

A July 8 pretrial was set for Leslie P. Snyder, 63, Scottsmill Road, Rogers, charged with criminal trespassing for allegedly going onto the property of Ernest Feltrop, Darlington Road, Negley, on Friday when he was told to leave.

An Aug. 17 pretrial was set for Patrick W. White, 54, Pennsylvania Avenue, East Liverpool, charged with criminal trespassing for allegedly returning to an apartment on Oct. 12 after he had been told to vacate on Oct 10.

A June 3 pretrial was set for a couple, charged with domestic violence against each other. Curtis E. Jackson, 61, West Point Road, Lisbon, allegedly punched Kira Jackson in the face, grabbed her left arm and punched her in the stomach on Sunday. Kira R. Jackson, 32, West Point Road, Lisbon allegedly threw a cold pot of coffee on him, punched him in the face and brandished a Remington 9-millimeter pistol she owns while threatening him.

Kelsey S. Thomas, 29, Washington Street, Leetonia, was fined $300 and required 40 hours community service for theft for placing $121 in merchandise into bags at the Salem Walmart and leaving without paying for them on March 28.

Carson Edward Chevesne, 18, Cleveland Street, Salem, was fined $200 for possession of marijuana paraphernalia and a traffic control device violation.

Diana L. Andre, 41, Elberon Avenue, Salem, was fined $150 and credited with 10 days in jail for criminal trespassing after she was found sleeping in a 2014 Chevy Cruze after she attempted to get into several homes and vehicles on her street.

Kristina M. Avis, 36, West Main Street, Salineville, was fined $250 for wrongful entrustment.

Faith Slater, 20, Fairfield Avenue, Columbiana, was fined $100 for speeding.

A July 8 pretrial was set for Jeremiah A. Thomas, 46, Homeworth Road, Homeworth, cited with failure to stop after an accident and failure to control.

Bradford S. Walker, 31, Akron, was fined $50 for driving under suspension.


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