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The Courts

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New Cases

Erin M. McCray, Massillon, vs. Wellsville Construction Co. LLC, appeal sought of workers’ compensation claim.

Timothy Halfhill, East Liverpool, and Julie Halfhill, East Liverpool, dissolution sought.

County Treasurer vs. the unknown heirs of Ersel E. McCartney, et al., foreclosure sought for alleged delinquent taxes for property on Center Street, East Liverpool.

County Treasurer vs. Quaker Dog LTD, et al., foreclosure sought for alleged delinquent taxes for property on Ellsworth Avenue, Salem.

County Treasurer vs. Agustin Diaz Ruiz, et al., foreclosure sought for alleged delinquent taxes for property on West Fourth Street, East Liverpool.

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

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

Tammi L. Huber, Wellsville, vs. Timmy P. Huber, Wintersville, divorce sought.

Sara L. Dearth, East Liverpool, and James R. Dearth, Lisbon, dissolution sought.

Peggy Stephenson, East Liverpool, vs. Thomas A. Groff, East Liverpool, excess of $25,000 sought for alleged damages from a vehicle vs. pedestrian accident on East Liverpool Road near Smith Road in St. Clair Township on Sept. 3, 2019.

UMB Bank vs. the unknown heirs of Patricia Schlundt, et al., foreclosure sought for property on Park Avenue, Salem.

Docket Entries

Krista S. Faulkner, East Liverpool, and Darrell J. Faulkner, Salem, divorce granted.

Jason A. Milliron, East Liverpool, vs. Brittany M. Milliron, East Liverpool, divorce granted.

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

Breanna Higgins, East Liverpool, vs. Daniel Higgins, East Liverpool, case dismissed.

County Treasurer vs. William H. Emmerling III, et al., defendant entered payment plan on some parcels, foreclosure on hold pending successful completion, delinquent taxes paid on other parcels now dismissed from the complaint.

Samantha Jean Frampton, Salem, vs. Manuel Jimon Alonzo, Hereford, Texas, divorce granted.

Paul L. Talbott III, Wellsville, vs. Lauren E. Talbott, Wellsville, divorce granted.

Susan K. Coots, East Palestine, vs. David W. Coots, East Palestine, divorce granted.

Municipal Court

LISBON – In county Municipal Court, Matthew Kyle Koziorynsky, 26, South Middle Street, Columbiana, was bound over to the grand jury on a third-degree felony tampering with evidence charge and misdemeanor charges of possessing drug abuse instruments, driving under FRA suspension and a seat belt violation for allegedly hiding a syringe inside a body cavity during a traffic stop on Aug. 23.

Steven W. Watters II, 43, Elk Avenue, Lisbon, was bound over to the grand jury on a fifth-degree felony receiving stolen property charge and misdemeanor charges of possession of drug abuse instruments and obstructing official business for allegedly running from Perry Township police on July 30, leaving behind his bag and the motorcycle he had been riding, which was reported stolen in Youngstown. The bag reportedly contained five syringes and suspected narcotics.

Rusty R. Altman, 48, Cream Ridge Road, Lisbon, was credited with three days served in jail and sentenced to an additional 27 days in jail for disorderly conduct, as well as for violating his probation on prior cases. The disorderly conduct charge stemmed from Altman standing in the roadway near his home, yelling, when that was the fourth time deputies had been called to his home within 24 hours.

Robert C. Koch III, 38, Steubenville, was bound over to the grand jury on a burglary charge, a fourth-degree felony. Koch is accused of breaking into his ex-girlfriend’s apartment through a bathroom window on Aug. 29, after he had previously been told not to return to her Salem home.

Savanna Grace Stuntz-Grosso, 21, Kent, was fined $1,025, had her license suspended for a year, required to attend a three-day counseling program and ordered 40 hours community service for drug abuse instruments, possession of marijuana and physical control amended from OVI first offense.

EL Muni

EAST LIVERPOOL — In East Liverpool Municipal Court Tuesday, a probable cause hearing was set for Michelle R. Ammon, of Duke Vodrey Road Thursday.

Joey D. Lilly, of Alton Street, was set Thursday on an assault charge.

Edward M. Stasik, of Elm Street, was set Thursday on an assault charge.

Christian M. Bell, of Chester, W.Va., was set Thursday on a carrying concealed weapons charge.

Lucas Huff, of Nicholson Road in Wellsville, was sentenced to $150 plus costs on a reckless operation charge.

Emily S. Nelms, of Highland Drive, was sentenced to $150 plus costs on a disorderly conduct charge

Brian K. Gerren, of East Main Street in Salineville, was sentenced to $150 plus costs on a driving under suspension charge.

Jeffrey S. Bigelow, of North Shadylane, was set Sept. 28 for a pretrial on an assault charge.

Austin C. Jones, of Midland, Pa., was sentenced to $130 plus costs on charges of no operator’s license and a seatbelt violation.

Tyler W. Smith, of Old Lincoln Highway, is set Sept. 28 for a status hearing on a weapons while intoxicated charge.

Tony J. Wilson, of state Route 154 in Rogers, was fined $80 on a probation violation charge.

Mallory D. Stowers, of West 6th Street, was set Nov. 2 for a status hearing on a no operator’s license charge.

Lamont L. Binkley, of New Cumberland, W.Va. was set Nov. 4 on a theft charge.

Erica L. Bell, of Dewey Avenue, was set Oct. 5 for a pretrial on a seat belt charge.

Donna R. Hanlon, of Sophia Street, was fined $50 plus costs on a charge of passing a school bus.

Charles J. Burke, of Lincoln Avenue, was fined $100 plus costs on a charge of driving under suspension.

Luke A. Maola, of state Route 267, was fined $70 plus costs on a charge of speed (80 in a 55 mph zone).

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