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The Courts

Common Pleas

New Cases

Brian K. Fullum, Salem, vs. Midwest Ventures LLC, et al., appeal sought of workers’ compensation claim.

County Treasurer vs. Barbara and Ricky Davis, et al., foreclosure sought for alleged delinquent taxes for property on Chester Street and Clark Street in East Liverpool.

County Treasurer vs. Elizabeth and Denny Koster, foreclosure sought for alleged delinquent taxes for property on James Road, East Liverpool.

Docket Entries

County Treasurer vs. Eric S. Dixon, et al., foreclosure ordered for delinquent taxes for property on East Lincoln Way, Lisbon.

County Treasurer vs. Miguel Nicolas, delinquent taxes and penalties paid, case dismissed.

County Treasurer vs. Barbara Wolfe, et al., payment plan entered for one property, case on hold; taxes paid on other property, which is dismissed.

Mackenzie Jo Chestnut, Kensington, and Gage Michael Chestnut, Hanoverton, case dismissed.

NezRez LLC vs. Thomas R. Shields, et al., property on Trentvale Street, East Liverpool, sold to Federal National Mortgage Association for $16,000.

Carrington Mortgage Services LLC vs. James D. Boucher, et al., property on Strader Road, East Liverpool, sold to plaintiff for $209,036.

Court News

LISBON — Michael W. Sanders Gunn, 49, Park Place, East Liverpool, pleaded guilty in Common Pleas Court to failure to verify address, a third-degree felony. He faces up to five years in prison and a $10,000 fine. Sentencing is set for Nov. 12. Gunn failed to register on Jan. 17, 2021, something he is required to do due to a gross sexual imposition conviction from Feb. 4, 2019.

Municipal

LISBON — A Sept. 9 preliminary hearing and pretrial was set in county Municipal Court for Brandon K. Sanor, 36, West Maryland Avenue, Sebring, charged with multiple counts following his alleged involvement in recent high-speed chases. In one case, Sanor is charged with failure to comply with an order or signal of a police officer and drug paraphernalia for allegedly failing to stop for a trooper on Aug. 22, in the area of state Route 45 and U.S. Route 62 while passing three vehicles and reaching speeds over 100 mph. He is also accused of having a drug pipe in the vehicle. Sanor is charged with aggravated burglary for allegedly entering the home of Shawna Blake on Monday, picking her up by the throat and slamming her to the floor. Other charges of failure to comply with an order of signal of a police officer, hit skip, driving under suspension, failure to control, a seat belt violation, improper registration and unsafe vehicle are from an alleged chase on Tuesday afternoon. He is also cited with hit skip, driving under suspension, failure to control and improper registration from an incident on Aug. 27 in Knox Township.

Lucas J. Chadbourne, 41, Midland, Pa., was bound over to the grand jury on charges of possession of criminal tools and illegal drug paraphernalia for allegedly having a text conversation with an undercover officer trying to sell drugs or use them to pay for a prostitute, when he also had a rolled-up dollar bill with white powder residue on Aug. 17.

An Oct. 4 preliminary hearing and pretrial was set for Robert James O’Malley, 23, Youngstown, charged with improper handling of firearms in a motor vehicle and cited with possession of marijuana, no motorcycle endorsement, improper passing, expired license and speeding. O’Malley allegedly had a loaded firearm on the motorcycle that he was riding at 30 mph in a 13-mph zone in Firestone Park on Tuesday.

Daniel James Boots, 47, Pinetree Circle, East Palestine, was fined $1,000, sentenced to six days in jail and required 40 hours community service for endangering children and possession of a schedule four controlled substance. One of the charges was for having a suboxone pill unsecured at Nicole Snedecker’s hoe on Dec. 15, leading to a child ingesting the pill and requiring a medical flight to Akron Children’s Hospital. That charge was reduced from a felony to a misdemeanor. The other charge was for two buprenorphine pills.

Richard N. Gregory, 57, Columbia Street, Leetonia, was fined $1,225, had his license suspended for a year, required to attend a three-day counseling program, sentenced to three days in jail and ordered 40 hours community service for OVI and driving under OVI suspension.

Katie L. Wadlow, 35, East Third Street, Salem, was credited with four days in jail, sentenced to 11 additional days in jail and fined $1,000 for furnishing false info, driving under suspension, obstructing official business, resisting arrest and drug paraphernalia for giving Columbiana police a false name, date of birth and address; attempting to flee from police, who then discovered a glass meth pipe and a digital scale with residue after she was tasered and taken into custody.

An Oct. 28 pretrial was set for Cody Phillips, Howard Street, Hanoverton, charged with violating a protection order for allegedly walking into Barbara Beverly’s back yard on Canal Street, Hanoverton, to get his dog, when he was less than 20 feet from her on Aug. 26.

A Sept. 9 pretrial was set for Robert W. Lutz, 37, state Route 45, Salem, charged with inducing panic for allegedly making suicidal threats and sending his wife a picture of himself with a handgun in his mouth and then fleeing from deputies, which forced them and multiple other agencies to search for him for hours while he refused to answer his phone.

A charge of aggravated menacing was dismissed against Justin C. Davis, 36, West Pine Lake Road, Salem, who had been charged after allegedly making Joey-Lynn Wells Corfee believe he would cause her serious injury by pointing a 9-millimeter gun at her head while threatening her in June.

An Oct. 28 pretrial was set for Zachary D. Smith, 32, Union Ridge Road, Negley, charged with OVI first offense and criminal trespassing for allegedly entering the property of Michael Utt and when confronted, drove his vehicle through Utt’s field and into the woods before wrecking his truck over a hill.

Patrick Stephen Murphy, 36, Clark Avenue, Wellsville, was fined $950 and credited with 12 days served in jail for OVI, driving under FRA suspension and failure to stop after an accident.

A Nov. 2 pretrial was set for Stephanie R. Chestnut, 47, state Route 517, Lisbon, cited with OVI first offense.

A Sept. 9 pretrial was set for Ted J. Ingledue, 31, North Lincoln Avenue, Salem, charged with OVI, driving under suspension, marked lanes and endangering children.

An Oct. 5 pretrial was set for Dylan J. Goodfellow, 20, Campbell Road, Hanoverton, cited with OVI first offense, possession of marijuana, drug paraphernalia and loud exhaust.

An Oct. 19 pretrial was set for Clarence Frederick Schuller III, 40, Bayard Road, Minerva, cited with OVI first offense and lighted lights required.

An Oct. 26 pretrial was set for Nathan J. Knight, 37, North Market Street, Lisbon, cited with drug paraphernalia for allegedly having three glass pipes for smoking crack cocaine on April 30.

An Oct. 12 pretrial was set for Matthew Robert Zackasee, 29, Poland, charged with possession of a schedule four substance for allegedly having two white tablets found to be phenobarbital on Dec. 28, 2020.

A Sept. 9 pretrial was set for Alex L. Porter, 36, Roller Coaster Road, Lisbon, charged with aggravated menacing and unauthorized use of a motor vehicle for allegedly taking Vicky Porter’s vehicle without permission and threatening to burn her house down if she tries to evict him.

A Sept. 9 pretrial was set for Rhiannon S. Ikirt, 21, Mattix Road, Lisbon, charged with endangering children and illegal use of drug paraphernalia for allegedly having a digital scale, meth pipes and clear plastic bags in the vehicle on Wednesday, a vehicle her child also was riding in while the driver, Ted Ingledue was reportedly under the influence.

An Oct. 21 pretrial was set for Deidre J. Mitchell, 50, West Middletown Road, Salem, charged with obstructing official business for allegedly denying her vehicle belonged to her and refusing to identify herself to police when they found her vehicle running, unattended and with an open bottle of wine on the front passenger seat on Wednesday.

Austin M. Boots, 23, Pinetree Circle, East Palestine, pleaded no contest to domestic violence for head butting Stephen D. Adams on Aug. 18. A sentencing hearing was set for Sept. 9.

An Oct. 5 pretrial was set for Ayden J. Holdash, 18, Youngstown, cited with driving under suspension and speeding.

Maxtin Jayse Keinath McKnight, 20, Brayton Avenue, Alliance, was fined $300 for possession of marijuana and marijuana paraphernalia.

An Oct. 26 pretrial was set for Bradley A. Eltringham, 35, Church Street, Salineville, charged with criminal trespassing for allegedly forcing his way back into a home on Leslie Road, Lisbon, after he had been ordered to leave the property.

James E. Peck, 41, Olive Street, Salem, was credited with two days served, sentenced to an additional 18 days in jail and fined $250 for disorderly conduct and failure to vacate a dwelling. The disorderly conduct charge was for causing alarm while intoxicated in public and despite being ordered to go home earlier on Tuesday, getting up off the ground and charging at Lisbon Police Chief Mike Abraham. The failure to vacate a dwelling charge was for remaining in his Olive Street home on Aug. 24 after the house had been condemned on July 26 by the Salem Housing Inspectors due to there being no water in the home and no trash service.

A Sept. 23 pretrial was set for Michael A. Westover, 34, Clarkson Road, Rogers, charged with unauthorized use of a motor vehicle for allegedly driving a red Ford Ranger belonging to Terry Ritteger, his father, who told deputies he has told his son multiple times he cannot drive it.

A Sept. 9 pretrial was set for Daniel A. Dochterman, 54, West Lincoln Way, Lisbon, charged with disorderly conduct for allegedly taunting police after he was warned several times to go back into the house and stop yelling on Tuesday.

Skylar Joseph Pinkerton-Lamp, 26, Irondale, was fined $330 for driving under suspension, improper registration and unsafe vehicle.

A Sept. 21 pretrial was set for Charlene Marie Sias, 44, Elkton Road, Lisbon, cited with driving under suspension and use of an unauthorized plate.

EL Muni

EAST LIVERPOOL — In East Liverpool Municipal Court, Timothy S. Hannan, of Irondale, was set Oct. 21 for a status hearing on a no operator’s license charge.

Susanna Weyand, of Dewey Avenue, was set Nov. 4 for a trial on complicity charge.

Holly M. Weyand, of Dewey Avenue, was set Nov. 4 for a trial on charges of complicity, criminal trespass and contributing to the delinquency of a minor.

Seth R. Steele, of St. Clair Avenue, was set Oct. 21 on OVI, marked lanes and prohibited turns charges.

William J. Weyand, of Laura Avenue, was sentenced to 60 days in jail on a probation violation charge.

April L. Birtwell, of Valley Avenue, was sentenced to 20 days in jail on a probation violation charge.

Willie L. Curry, of Smithfield Street, was set for a revocation hearing Sept. 9.

William J. Lamp, of Ridgeway Avenue, was sentenced to $125 plus 30 days in jail on a probation violation charge.

Thomas G. Reed, of Market Street, was sentenced to $600 plus costs, 180 days in jail (60 imposed) and 30 community service hours on four theft charges.

Shanna D. Knoblock, of Lisbon Street, was sentenced to $250 plus costs, 40 community service hours and a 90-day suspended jail sentence on a domestic violence charge.

Victoria A. Featherton, of Midland, Pa., was sentenced to $250 plus costs and a 10-day suspended jail sentence on a domestic violence charge.

Tyler Culp, of Chester, W.Va., was set Sept. 15 for a pretrial on a failure to file city income tax.

Shannon M. Johnson, of McDonald St., was set Thursday for a pretrial on a probation violation charge.

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