Oliphant Financial LLC, Sarasota, Fla. vs. Elta Bowdren, Wellsville, collection sought $15,457 plus interest.
Troy Capital LLC vs. David Pagani, $15,423 plus interest judgment revived.
Duane Yerke vs. R & L Carriers Shared Services LLC, motion granted for withdrawal of attorneys Michael Dusseau and Paul Hess Jr., Philip J. Fulton Law Office.
Progressive Specialty Insurance Company vs. Brandon Douglas, $9,179 plus interest judgment granted.
Kevin Smith, Hammondsville, vs. Robin Smith, Irondale, divorce granted.
Vanessa Sue Noel, Lisbon, vs. Michael W. Noel, Lisbon, divorce granted.
LISBON — A June 10 pretrial was set in County Municipal Court for Anthony C. Smith, 23, Howard Avenue, Salem, charged with distributing matter harmful to juveniles, possession of criminal tools and importuning. On June 1, Smith allegedly contacted an undercover social media profile of a 15-year-old girl. Smith contacted the profile, that was managed by a police officer, and sent obscene images and messages. Smith, who has a suspended license, allegedly had his father drive him to a designated location to pick up the girl and take her back to his residence. Smith was taken into custody by police when he arrived to the location.
An Aug. 24 pretrial was set for Robert W. Miller, 63, Mick Road, Wellsville, charged with OVI and left of center.
Jerrid Kotsch, 35, Elkton Road, Lisbon, was sentenced to 90 days in jail with 87 suspended, fined $800 and ordered to serve 40 hours of community service for driving under suspension, failure to stop after an accident and failure to control.
Drew A. Turney, 24, Columbia Street, Leetonia, was sentenced to 90 days in jail with ten days imposed, fined $1,130 and had his license suspended for a year and ordered to complete 40 hours of community service for OVI, OVI refusal, texting while driving, left of center, failure to comply, open container and failure to wear seat belt.
Tyren Wallace, 27, Willis Avenue, Youngstown, was fined $175 for driving under suspension and possession of marijuana.
Brian Davis, 19, Elkton Road, Lisbon, was sentenced to 30 days in jail with three days imposed, fined $925, ordered to complete 30 hours of community service and had his license suspended for one year for OVI and loud exhaust.
Lana J. Steffel, 66, East Main Street, Washingtonville, was bound over to the grand jury on a charge of OVI 4th offense and resisting arrest.
Michael Craig, 41, North Ellsworth Avenue, Salem, was sentenced to 30 days in jail with one day imposed, fined $400 and ordered to complete 20 hours of community service for possession of drug abuse instrument and drug paraphernalia.
An Aug. 24 pretrial was set for Benjamin J. Dicola, 44, New Castle, Pa., charged with possessing criminal tools and soliciting. Dicola allegedly contacted an undercover police officer from an online prostitution ad and was taken into custody when he drove to the meeting location.
Ronnie L. Smith Jr., 31, Darlington Road, Beaver Falls, was sentence to 30 days in jail and fined $250 for soliciting. Smith allegedly contacted an undercover police officer from an online prostitution ad and was taken into custody when he drove to the meeting location.
Nora E. Teis, 29, Wertz Avenue, Canton, was fined $100 for possession of marijuana.
An Aug. 24. pretrial was set for Jeffery J. Braund, 30, Atkinson Avenue, Youngstown, for possession of a drug abuse instrument. Officers found a syringe in Braund’s vehicle after a traffic stop and Braund allegedly admitted that he used it to administer illegal narcotics.
Keith A. Evans, 68, Country Pines Drive, Warren, was sentence to 180 days in jail with 90 days imposed and fined $1,300 for OVI, OVI refusal, driving under suspension and left of center.
Gaven Linden, 19, Crestview Road, Leetonia, was sentenced to 180 days in jail with 40 imposed, required to complete an anger management course, ordered to complete 30 hours of community service and fined $150 for carrying concealed weapons, aggravated menacing and criminal mischief.
EAST LIVERPOOL — In East Liverpool Municipal Court, Michael L. Travis, of Hammond School Road in Wellsville, was sentenced to $250 plus costs, 120 days in jail (10 imposed) and 40 community service hours on an assault charge, amended from domestic violence.
Robert L. Tucker, of Campground Road in Wellsville, was sentenced to $600 plus costs, 180 days in jail (10 imposed) and 40 community service hours on aggravated menacing, inducing panic and possession of marijuana charges.
Ryan L. Pritt, of Lisbon Road, was set for a bench trial Tuesday on a violating a protection order charge.
Charles L. Herron, of Ross Street, was sentenced to $250 plus costs, 90 days in jail (three imposed) and 40 community service hours on a criminal damaging charge.
Corey A. Cantwell, of Lincoln Avenue, was sentenced to $250 plus costs, 60 days in jail (10 imposed) and 40 community service hours on a criminal mischief charge.
Nathan L. Mayhew, of Moore Street, was sentenced to $250 plus costs, 30 days in jail (all suspended) and 80 community service hours on a disorderly conduct while intoxicated charge.
David K. Hutto, of Holliday Street, was set July 15 for a status hearing on a drug abuse instruments’ charge.
Rachel R. Mazza, of Belmont Avenue, was sentenced to $400 plus costs, 90 days in jail (all suspended) and 40 community service hours on drug abuse instruments and drug paraphernalia charges.
Shawn M. Cunningham, of West Eighth Street, is set for a status hearing June 10 and trial June 17 on charges of theft (five counts), no operator’s license, no license plate light and driving under suspension.
April L. Birtwell was sentenced to $250 plus costs, 30 days in jail (three imposed) and 40 community service hours on a drug paraphernalia charge.
David J. Jackson, of Jackson Street, was scheduled Thursday for a status conference and June 24 for a trial on an assault charge.
David G. Gasior, of Walnut Street, was set Thursday for a revocation hearing on charges of criminal damaging, menacing, possession of marijuana and disorderly conduct (two counts).
Eric L. Jordan, of East Pidgeon Road in Salem, was set Thursday for a status hearing and June 17 for a trial on a fleeing and eluding charge.
Toby D. Hornbeck, of Wilbert Avenue, was set Thursday for a revocation hearing.
Michael A. Hayes, of Ogden Street, was set June 24 on a status conference for charges of no operator’s license, loud exhaust and sexual imposition.
Justin L. Cornell, of Columbia Avenue, was set Thursday for a pretrial on a domestic violence charge.
William J. Weyand, of Laura Avenue, was set June 15 for a pretrial on charges of no operator’s license, illegal plates and theft.
Michael J. Graham, of Wood Alley, was set at July 15 for a pretrial on charges of OVI, no operator’s license and failure to maintain an assured clear distance.
Marlissa Hudson, of Ambrose Avenue, was sentenced to $225 plus costs, 180 days in jail (five imposed) and 40 community service hours on charges of passing bad checks and receiving stolen property.