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USA acting through the Rural Housing Service, USDA, vs. Willard R. McCallister, Sr., et al., case returned to active status.

Firestone Laser and Manufacturing LLC vs. Michael Bristow, doing business as Bristow Beds, case closed and removed to the US District Court for the Northern District of Ohio, Eastern Division.

Linda J. Maharick, et al.., vs. Gavin Walker, et al., case settled and dismissed.

Municipal

LISBON – In county Municipal Court, Luis R. Rodriguez Cortada, 45, Youngstown, was bound over to the grand jury on charges of carrying a concealed weapon, improper handling of firearms in a motor vehicle and having weapons while under a disability. During a traffic stop in Perry Township on Sept. 9, Cortada allegedly had a loaded firearm in the vehicle’s glove box when he has a prior felony conviction.

Cheyenne E. Moore, 21, East Taggart Street, East Palestine, was bound over to the grand jury on charges of possessing criminal tools, telecommunications fraud and theft for allegedly taking a paycheck for an employee out of the safe at Dairy Queen, where she was a shift manager, signing the back of the check, taking a photo of the check with her phone and attempting to deposit it into her own account on Aug. 23.

A Sept. 23 preliminary hearing and pretrial was set for Travis L. McDevitt, 19, Youngstown, charged with receiving stolen property, a fourth-degree felony; and obstructing official business and for allegedly fled on foot from Columbiana police officer Sheldon Brownfield at the Quick Mart at the intersection of state Routes 7 and 14 on Tuesday, leaving behind a vehicle reportedly stolen from Martins Auto in Boardman. McDevitt was found in a nearby swamp by police.

Wesley D. Clark, 31, Cleveland Street, Salem, was credited with 10 days in jail, sentenced to an additional 10 days in jail, fined $550 and required 40 hours community service for domestic violence and obstructing official business. Clark got into a fight with his girlfriend, Heather Leaf, punching her in the nose and leaving multiple scratches on her on Sept. 6. The other charge was for lying to police about where Tricia Watson was at, when she was hiding behind the couch where Clark was sitting on Jan. 19.

Carl D. Cranston, 42, McCracken Road, Salem, was fined $1,075, had his license suspended for a year, and required to attend a three-day counseling program for OVI first offense, failure to control and mishandling of firearms amended from improper handling of firearms in a motor vehicle. A loaded gun allegedly was found under the vehicle after Cranston was in a rollover crash on state Route 172 in West Township.

Alyssa L. Woods, 21, South Lincoln Avenue, Salem, was credited with 11 days in jail, fined $400 and required 40 hours community service for no license and assault for grabbing Harley Sanders by the hair, pulling her to the ground and kicking her on Sept. 5.

Christie L. Gilchrist-Alfaro, 44, Sprucevale Road, East Liverpool, was fined $250 disorderly conduct amended from domestic violence for pulling Heather Gilchrist’s hair, dragging her to the ground, punching her in the arm and scratching her on Sept. 6.

Jeremy Jay Corbett, 51, Deerfield, was fined $400, engaging prostitution and possessing criminal tools for responding to an advertisement and offering to engage in sexual activities with a woman in exchange for $70.

Todd J. Knight Jr., 21, Yates Road, Salem, was fined $300 for two lights required, an equipment violation amended from driving under OVI suspension and no license amended form driving under suspension.

An Oct. 26 pretrial was set for Antwane Gene McMeans Jr., Youngstown, cited with driving under suspension, speeding and a seat belt violation.

Jesse D. Schisler, 36, Franklin Avenue, Salem, was sentenced to 10 days in jail and fined $150 for theft for grabbing another customer’s phone off the counter when he left it at Key Bank on June 14, claiming to know him, and then taking it.

Ryan D. Armstrong, 36, Franklin Avenue, Salem, was credited with 11 days served in jail and fined $250 for aggravated menacing for allegedly pulling a knife and threatening to kill Damian Cope, who was holding a gun to protect himself in the driveway of his neighboring Franklin Avenue, home on Aug. 19.

Daniel Grant McNair, 60, Rochester, Pa., was fined $200 for engaging in prostitution and possession of criminal tools for using his phone while arranging a meeting with a prostitute in exchange for $100 on July 5.

A Nov. 4 pretrial was set for Christopher D. Craft, 28, Mill Street, Rogers, charged with OVI first offense, driving under FRA suspension, left of center and endangering children for allegedly operating a vehicle while impaired on Tuesday with a 4-year-old child in the vehicle.

David C. Wilson, 36, Warren, was fined $150 and required 20 hours community service for drug paraphernalia for a vape pen with THC in it.

Michael J. Wertz, Youngstown, was sentenced to five days in jail, fined $500 and required 40 hours community service for driving under OVI suspension.

William P. Zahrndt, 61, state Route 45, Lisbon, was sentenced to two days in jail and fined $250 for driving under suspension.

A Sept. 23 pretrial was set for Ronald A. Eneix, 31, Brown Street, Lisbon, charged with assault for allegedly punching Zachery Wilson in the face on Tuesday.

Jeremy Louis Keffer, 33, Youngstown was fined $250 for driving under suspension, distracted driving and left of center.

A Nov. 1 pretrial was set for Dale Craig Felger, Jr., 39, Taylor Road, Negley, cited with driving under suspension.

Mark E. Noah, 54, New Brighton Pa., was fined $150 for speeding.

Donna D. Bishop, 68, Lisbon Street, East Liverpool, was fined $180 for unauthorized plate and marked lanes.

Travis D. Krzysztofiak, 42, Boardman, was fined $150 for driving under suspension.

EL Muni

EAST LIVERPOOL — In East Liverpool Municipal Court, Jereme G. Daily, of Sebring, was sentenced to $250 plus costs, 40 community service hours and 120 days in jail (10 imposed) on charges of receiving stolen property and drug paraphernalia.

Michael C. Sayre, of East Sixth Street, was sentenced to $250 plus costs, 80 community service hours and 60 days in jail on a theft charge.

Kennetth J. Boso, of Yeager Drive, was sentenced to $300 plus costs, 60 community service hours and 60 days in jail (all suspended) on a driving under suspension (drug conviction) and no turn signal.

Trial is set Nov. 18 for Joshua L. Rudder, of Francis Drive in Wellsville, on charges of reckless operation and failure to comply.

Robert W. Taylor Jr., of Globe Street, was set Nov. 18 for a status hearing on a domestic violence charge.

Deja R. Jarrett, of St. George Street, was set Nov. 4 for a trial on a domestic violence charge.

Danielle N. Wallace, of Midland, Pa., was set Nov. 4 for a status hearing on domestic violence and aggravated menacing charges.

Stanlyn R. Watson, of Dunedin, Fla., was set Oct. 7 for a status hearing on a theft charge.

Jose A. Leonsrrand, of Lafayette, La. was sentenced to $300 plus costs, 20 days in jail (all suspended) and 20 community service hours on charges of driving under suspension and a red light violation.

A revocation hearing was continued to Wednesday for Shannon M. Johnson, of McDonald Street.

Michael C. Sayre, of West Sixth Street, was set Oct. 14 for a pretrial on a misuse of a credit card charge.

Allen N. Tisdale, of Hollywood Avenue, was set Nov. 18 for a revocation hearing.

Amber N. Ice, of Boring Lane, was set Thursday for a pretrial on an obstructing charge.

Richard A. Brown, of Cream Ridge Road in Lisbon, was set Tuesday for a pretrial on a domestic violence charge.

Bristen Z. Lavant, of Wilbert Avenue, was set Thursday for a status hearing on domestic violence, probation violation, no operator’s license and window tint charges.

Jonathan D. Rockhold, of Seventh Avenue in Wellsville, was sentenced to $250 plus costs and 90 days in jail (15 imposed) on charges of drug abuse instruments (two counts) and drug paraphernalia.

Jeffrey A. Miller, of Niles, is set Thursday for a status conference on an assault charge.

Jamie L. Nicolson, of Lincoln Avenue, was sentenced to $250 plus costs, 120 days in jail (10 imposed) and 60 community service hours on an assault charge.

Steven W. Watters, of Elk Avenue in Lisbon, was set at 10:30 a.m. for a status conference on a violating a protection order charge.

Joey D. Lilly, of Alton Street, was sentenced to $250 plus costs, 90 days in jail (20 imposed) and 60 community service hours on an assault charge.

Wellsville

WELLSVILLE — In Wellsville Magistrate Court, pretrials set for Sept. 23 include Ben Cronin, of Jefferson Street in Salineville, physical control, driving under suspension and speeding; Steven Wright, of Independence Square, assault; and Thomas Gough, Lisbon Street in East Liverpool, suspended license and speeding.

Kari Monte, of Independence Square, was sentenced to $250 plus costs on a reduced charge of disorderly conduct from assault.

Jennifer Rawson, of Main Street, was sentenced to $150 plus costs on charges of no operator’s license and speeding.

Bruce Smith, of Commerce Street, was sentenced to $250 plus costs on a disorderly conduct charge reduced from menacing.

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