County Treasurer vs. Ted S. Bennett, foreclosure sought for alleged delinquent taxes for property on Southeast Boulevard, Salem.
County Treasurer vs. Randy and Candy Cope, et al., foreclosure sought for alleged delinquent taxes for property on North Market Street, East Palestine.
Kelcie M. Shaw, East Liverpool, and Michael A. Shaw, East Liverpool, dissolution sought.
Sarah Lynn Coie, Columbiana, and Justin Coie, New Waterford, dissolution sought.
Wendy Marie Hoffman, Columbiana, vs. Jon Allen Hoffman, Columbiana, divorce sought.
Shelley K. Griffiths, Salem, and Mitchell T. Griffiths, Salem, dissolution sought.
Bayview Loan Servicing LLC vs. Rachel D. Evans, et al., case placed on the inactive docket.
Roger A. Quarterman II, Salineville, vs. Crystal L. Quarterman, Alliance, dissolution dismissed.
Michael Morse, East Palestine, and Melani Morse, New Castle, Pa., dissolution granted.
Paul B. Salmen Jr., Sebring, vs. Tami Sue Salmen, Salem, dissolution granted.
County Treasurer vs. Larry F. Long Jr., et al., payment plan entered, foreclosure on hold.
County Treasurer vs. David D. Carpenter, et al., defendant Karen S. Carpenter filed bankruptcy, case on hold.
Andrew Christopher Hagerty, 19, New Springfield, Army, and Aurora Celeste Skaja, 18, East Palestine, crew member.
Edward Jackson Wells, 54, Lisbon, gen contractor, and Angel A. Williams, 56, Lisbon, animal caretaker.
Aaron T. Hutchison, 37, Salem, unemployed, and Deanne M. Richmond, 42, Salem, unemployed.
Kristopher Galen Kampmeyer, 24, Columbiana, transaction coordinator, and Trace Matthew Johnson, 30, Columbiana, real estate agent.
Derek Lawson Brown, 33, Hanoverton, unemployed, and Shaunita Shante Byrd, 33, Kensington, unemployed.
Steven John Clark, 52, Hanoverton, boilermaker, and Cheryl L. Knauf, 48, Hanoverton, case management assistant.
Charles D. Kish, 32, East Palestine, teacher, and Sally Louise Haldi, 30, East Palestine, music teacher.
LISBON — A July 12 preliminary hearing and pretrial was set in county Municipal Court for a man accused of arranging to provide a prostitute to undercover officers. Da-Shawn Lamont Hayden, 45, Youngstown, is charged with felony charges of two counts of promoting or supervising prostitution, and one count each of possessing criminal tools, possession of drug abuse instrument and drug paraphernalia for allegedly having suspected methamphetamines, a crack pipe and hypodermic syringes on Saturday when he reportedly arranged with an undercover officer from the Mahoning Valley Human Trafficking Task Force for sexual activities with a woman, Mary Hayden, in exchange for $500, whom he reportedly brought to a designated meeting location. He reportedly has a criminal history of statutory sexual seduction from Nevada, domestic violence, robbery and theft offenses, and allegedly has been known to compel her to perform sex for hire by being violent toward her at times.
A Sept. 13 pretrial was set for Mary Sue Hayden, 33, Youngstown, cited with possession of drug abuse instruments and drug paraphernalia for allegedly having suspected methamphetamine, a crack pipe and hypodermic syringes on July 3.
A July 26 preliminary hearing was set for Randall W. Keirns, 56, Akron, charged with compelling prostitution and possession of criminal tools for allegedly using his phone to make arrangements with an escort, someone he believed to be a 16-year-old child, in exchange for $180 on Friday.
William F. Watson Jr., 45, U.S. Route 30, Bayard, was bound over to the grand jury on two counts of domestic violence for allegedly throwing his live-in girlfriend Sarah Birch to the couch, punching her in the face, pulling her hair and attempting to choke her, as well as grabbing her shirt, tearing it and causing her to drop her 10-month-old into a box on May 22.
A July 26 preliminary hearing was set for Michael J. Boyle, 51, Girard, charged with compelling prostitution and possession of criminal tools for allegedly arranging sex with an undercover officer by agreeing to pay $150 for sexual activities with a 16-year-old girl, utilizing his Samsung phone to make the arrangements and arriving at a designated meeting location on Friday.
Kimberly I. Edie, 28, East Fourth Street, Salem, was bound over to the grand jury on charges of misuse of credit cards and theft for allegedly taking her mother’s bank card without her permission and using it to make several transactions without her permission in March and April totaling $1,372.
Daniel S. Noel, state Route 14, East Palestine, was sentenced to 25 days in jail, fined $1,580 and had his license suspended for two years for OVI second offense, driving under OVI suspension, failure to control and a seat belt violation.
Michael Earl Reynolds, 45, Brookfield Avenue, Lisbon, was fined $350 for driving under FRA suspension and left of center.
Robert Lee, 58, Forbes Road, Wellsville, was fined $250 and required 40 hours community service for menacing amended from aggravated menacing for telling his neighbor Barry Shultz he would not be able to get the sheriff there quick enough to save himself and that either Shultz was going to kill him or he would kill Shultz on Oct. 17.
Todd O. Dean, Aetna Street, Salem, was credited with four days in jail and sentenced to an additional 16 days in jail for illegal use or possession of drug paraphernalia for items found in his pocket on Feb. 21.
An Aug. 30 pretrial was set for Christopher James Milsom, 40, West Main Street, Washingtonville, cited with driving under OVI suspension.
A July 12 pretrial was set for Rusty R. Altman, 48, Cream Ridge Road, Lisbon, cited with possession of drug abuse instruments after a syringe was allegedly found in his shoe and another in his pocket on Saturday.
Amy A. Smith, 67, Milton Street, East Liverpool, was fined $100 for disorderly conduct amended from menacing. A carrying a concealed weapons charge was dismissed. Smith allegedly had threatened a parks officer at Beaver Creek State Park and having a gun in the door of her vehicle.
An Aug. 10 pretrial was set for Johnathan S. Russell, 37, state Route 45, Lisbon, charged with failure to stop after an accident, improper passing and no license.
An Aug. 17 pretrial was set for Ceejay D. Latimer, 18, North Lincoln Avenue, Salem, charged with underage consumption after he allegedly went into Kendrick’s Corner Monday, grabbed a Smirnoff Ice off the shelf and drank it in the middle of the store.
An Aug. 2 pretrial was set for Anthony R. Kelly, 33, South Main Street, Columbiana, cited with disorderly conduct for allegedly turning his music back up very loudly after police responded to a noise complaint on Saturday and yelling loudly while intoxicated as well.
Audra Lee Feezle, 49, Signal Road, Columbiana, was fined $150 for an equipment violation amended from a stop sign violation.
Ashleigh Willison-Cale, 23, Stow, was fined $150 for speeding.
Roy Worthan, 42, Rochester, Pa., was fined $135 for speeding and no license.
Tyler James McCaslin, 33, West Perry Street, Salem, was fined $130 for a tail lights violation, failure to transfer registration and speeding.
Jamie L. Vidmar, 19, Canonsburg, Pa., was fined $100 for speeding.
Steven Mango, 32, South Union Avenue, Salem, was fined $100 for an equipment violation amended from marked lanes.
EAST LIVERPOOL — In East Liverpool Municipal Court, John W. Kelly, of state Route 154 in Lisbon, was set Aug. 10 for a pretrial on driving under OVI suspension and fictitious plates.
Rachael M. Young, of Industry, Pa., is set Aug. 3 for a pretrial on a theft charge.
Shawn D. Tremain, of Steubenville Pike Road in Lisbon, is set Aug. 10 for a status hearing on charges of driving under possession of drug paraphernalia, driving under a 12 point suspension and speeding.
Benjamin R. Cunningham, of Parkway, had his pretrial continued to Aug. 10 on a domestic violence charge.
Daryl G. Scalf, of East Liverpool Road, had his case set for disposition Aug. 10 on charges of OVI and no operator’s license.
Ryan J. Guidos, of state Route 213 in Irondale, was sentenced to $150 plus costs on a reckless operation charge.
Don D. Featherstone Jr., of Moore Avenue, was sentenced to $75 plus costs on disorderly conduct charge reduced from obstructing official business.
Dennis J. Hartley, of Palissey Street, was sentenced to $500 plus costs ($450 suspended if he files his city tax returns and pays back taxes) on a failure to file city income tax charge.
Brendon M. Carr, of Commerce Street in Wellsville, was sentenced to $100 plus costs and three days in jail on a disorderly conduct while intoxicated charge.
A second pretrial is set Aug. 19 for Robert A. Bailey, of LaCroft Avenue, on a charge of domestic violence.
Shawn M. Boyle, of Lincoln Avenue, was set July 28 on charges of driving under suspension, no operator’s license, possession of marijuana and a probation violation.
Ronnie W. White, of Lincoln Avenue, was set Aug. 3 for pretrial on an assault charge.
Zachary S. Tice, of Cleveland Avenue, was sentenced to $200 plus costs on a no operator’s license charge.
Harley R. A. Rogers, of Independence Square in Wellsville, was sentenced to $200 plus costs on a no operator’s license charge.