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THE COURTS:

Common Pleas

New Cases

Cowboy Industries LLC, Lisbon, vs. ET360 LLC, doing business as Quantum Environmental Services, Meadowbrook, W.Va., $55,331 pus interest sought for alleged breach of contract.

Kitty Myers, East Liverpool, et al., vs. Billy Joe Williams, East Liverpool, et al., partition of property on Old Lincoln Highway sought.

Ronald D. Ertle Jr., Louisville, vs. Thomas E. Busby, East Liverpool, excess of $25,000 sought for alleged injuries from a traffic crash on Feb. 15, 2018 at the intersection of North Vine Street and East Lincoln Way.

Docket Entries

Amethyst L. Fike, East Liverpool, and Harold D. Fike III, East Liverpool, dissolution granted.

Paige Jackson, Wellsville, and Hayden Jackson, Wellsville, dissolution granted.

Taylor R. Yuhanick, Columbiana, vs. Scott J. Yuhanick, Columbiana, counter-claim of divorce dismissed.

County Treasurer vs. Ponnie Sue Kemp, et al., payment plan entered, foreclosure dismissed.

County Treasurer vs. George F. Cheresne, et al., foreclosure ordered for property on New Garden Avenue, Salem.

Municipal Court

LISBON — A June 17 preliminary hearing and pretrial was set in county Municipal Court for Carl D. Cranston, 41, McCracken Road, Salem, charged with improper handling of firearms in a motor vehicle, a fifth-degree felony; and cited with OVI first offense and failure to control. Cranston reportedly was involved in a roll over crash on state Route 172 on Wednesday while intoxicated and with a firearm with a loaded magazine located under the vehicle.

A June 17 pretrial was set for John L. Bingham, 54, U.S. Route 62, Beloit, charged with domestic violence for allegedly slapping a beer out of Tricia Brewer’s hand, grabbing her shirt and throwing her to the ground on Tuesday, as well as gabbing her by the throat, slamming her against the wall and threatening to harm and kill her on Thursday.

A July 6 pretrial was set for Roncarlos Hilton, 30, Youngstown, cited with improper handling of firearms in a motor vehicle and possession of drugs for allegedly having a small amount of marijuana in the vehicle and a firearm on his hip when a New Waterford police officer was unable to verify he had a concealed carry weapons permit.

A June 7 pretrial was set for Christopher J. Wallace, 36, West Main Street, East Palestine, charged with domestic violence and aggravated menacing for allegedly striking Jami R. Derry in the head on April 19, smashing his cell phone into her face, punching her in the leg, striking her in the ear and threatening to break various parts of her body and kill members of her family.

A June 7 pretrial was set for Robert Wayne Farkas, 44, Rose Avenue, Salem, cited with OVI first offense, obstructing official business, drug paraphernalia and open container. Following an open-air sniff by K-9 Toney, Farkas allegedly was found to have a small clear plastic baggies concealed under the driver’s seat cover consistent with what methamphetamines are packaged in, as well as methamphetamines hidden in a body cavity on Thursday.

A June 7 pretrial was set for Brandon K. Sanor, 35, Malmsberry Road, Beloit, charged with assault for allegedly spitting on Shawna Blake, punching her and twisting her wrist on May 17.

A June 10 pretrial was set for Nathanial Lee Beatty, 21, Thomas Street, East Palestine, charged with domestic violence for allegedly striking Sadie Jo Walker in the arm on Thursday.

Tyler J. McCaslin, 33, West Perry Street, Salem, was credited with a day in jail, sentenced to an additional six days in jail and fined $500 for theft for using a Snickers bar to ring out eight items at the Salem Walmart on Thursday totaling $223.

A June 29 pretrial was set for Michael A. Riley, 32, Butcher Road, Leetonia, cited with driving under suspension, use of an unauthorized plate, failure to yield the right of way and speeding.

A June 24 pretrial was set for Kimberly L. Smith, 36, Lorain, cited with driving under suspension.

Bobby L. Farr, 38, Cheektowaga, N.Y., was fined $150 for speeding. A possession of marijuana citation was dismissed.

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