County Treasurer vs. the unknown heirs of Betty L. Spencer, et al., foreclosure sought for alleged delinquent taxes for properties on Center Street, East Liverpool.
County Treasurer vs. Kylee L. Corbin, et al., foreclosure sought for alleged delinquent taxes for property on Clarks Mill Road, Hammondsville.
County Treasurer vs. Kristin M. McNicol, et al., foreclosure sought for alleged delinquent taxes for property on County Airport Road, East Liverpool.
Elizabeth Marie Lively, Newell, W.Va., vs. Joshua A. Luke, Wellsville, child support sought.
Carrington Mortgage Services LLC vs. Charles and Debra Shasteen, et al., foreclosure sought for property on U.S. Route 30, Kensington.
Edward P. Jones III, trustee of the Edward P. Jones III Trust, Salem, et al., vs. Tamra D. Hettinga, Salem, et al., injunction sought regarding alleged violations of deed restrictions for property on Highland Avenue East, Salem.
Aaron Baker Sr., Hanoverton, vs. Stephanie McCloud, administrator Bureau of Workers’ Compensation, appeal of workers’ compensation claim sought.
LISBON — Jonathan Jermaine Oglesby, 40, Ambrose Avenue, East Liverpool, was served a secret indictment charging him with failure to register, a third-degree felony. On Aug. 1, 2021, Oglesby allegedly failed to inform authorities of his address as he was required to do following a 2008 conviction for indecent liberties with a child in Cleveland County, North Carolina. The indictment was issued by the grand jury in January.
LISBON — Noah T. Bainbridge, 23, Boardman, pleaded guilty in Common Pleas Court to felonious assault, a second-degree felony, and requested immediate sentencing. Bainbridge was sentenced to an indefinite term of between two and three years in prison. On May 25, 2021, Bainbridge caused serious physical harm to Shane J. Linden.
John E. LaFleme, 27, East Third Street, Salem, was sentenced to eight months in prison for theft for taking an iPhone 12 ProMax belonging to Johnathan Shaffer on June 18, 2021. He also stipulated to violating the terms of his community control from a possession of drugs charge. His community control was dishonorably terminated and he was ordered to serve eight months concurrent time with the theft charge.
Trevor K. Heiney, 32, Sixth Street, Wellsville, pleaded guilty to failure to comply with an order or signal of a police officer, a third-degree felony, and illegal possession of drug paraphernalia, a misdemeanor, for his actions on Feb. 10. Sentencing is set for June 10. He is faces up to three years in prison and a fine of $10,250.
Gerald A. Jackson, 38, Chris Avenue, Washingtonville, was sentenced to eight months in prison for aggravated possession of drugs after he stipulated to violating the terms of his community control. Jackson was credited with 58 days in jail and his community control was dishonorably terminated.
— In St. Clair Twp., a 12-year-old was cited April 21 for striking another individual in the face, resulting in a fractured nose.
— A 14-year-old county teen was cited April 27 for violating the terms of their probation, including testing positive for marijuana, refusing to go to school, and being disrespectful to school officials.
— A 14-year-old Liverpool Twp. teen was cited April 22 for striking another juvenile in the head.
— In Liverpool Twp., a 17-year-old was cited April 22 for ripping off their ankle monitor bracelet, along with refusing to cooperate with officers.
— A 15-year-old county teen was cited April 18 for being an unruly child, refusing to obey his parents, and attending and behaving at school.
— A 15-year-old Columbiana teen was cited April 19 for violating the terms of their release by going AWOL from their placement numerous times and failing to behave well.
— A 17-year-old county teen was cited April 18 for not subjecting herself to the reasonable control of her parents and failing to notify them of her whereabouts after leaving home.
— In Columbiana County, a 12-year-old was cited April 15 for shoving his step-mother in an aggressive manner.
— A 16-year-old Salem teen was cited April 12 for being absent from school without legitimate excuse for 97 days.
— A 15-year-old Salem teen was cited April 8 for being an unruly child by failing to submit to authority, being habitually disobedient, and refusing to go to school despite being told to do so by her mother and law enforcement.
— A 17-year-old county teen was cited April 3 for violating the terms of their probation by attacking a Columbiana County Juvenile Probation Department worker with a butcher knife.
— A 14-year-old county teen was cited April 7 for obstructing police business and refusing to cooperate with officers. The teen also attempted to flee from law enforcement.
— A 17-year-old county teen was cited April 6 for violating the terms of their probation by pulling a fire alarm at school, resulting in a five-day suspension.
— A 14-year-old Salem teen was cited April 1 for striking another juvenile numerous times, causing injury.
— In Salem, a 14-year-old was cited on April 1 for threatening another juvenile via Snapchat, stating she would kill the juvenile.
— A 13-year-old Salem teen was cited April 1 for throwing objects at a vehicle, causing the windshield to shatter.
— A 15-year-old county teen was cited March 30 for violating his terms of release and orders of home confinement by leaving his mother’s property in the middle of the night.
— A 14-year-old St. Clair Twp. teen was cited April 1 for attacking another juvenile in an aggressive manner while at school.
— A 14-year-old St. Clair Twp. teen was cited April 1 for striking another juvenile in the head at school.
— A 15-year-old East Palestine teen was cited March 31 for stealing a cell phone.
— A 15-year-old county teen was cited March 31 for violating the terms of his release by stealing a cell phone from someone’s garage, contrary to his orders of home confinement.
— In East Liverpool, an 11-year-old was cited for throwing an object at another person, causing injury.
— A 16-year-old county teen was cited March 29 for violating the terms of his release, by incurring twelve days of unexcused absences from school. He was also placed on out-of-school suspension for bringing vape pens to school.
— A 14-year-old county teen was cited March 25 for harassing and threatening individuals via cell phone. According to the report, he threatened to cause physical harm to an individual and sent threatening and profane messages to the individual, as well as the teen’s mother.
— A 17-year-old St. Clair Twp. teen was cited March 24 for striking a student in the face while at school, resulting in injury.
— In St. Clair Twp., a 14-year-old teen was cited March 24 for threatening another student by sending a Snapchat to the individual depicting a firearm, and indicating that he would use it against the individual.
— A 15-year-old St. Clair Twp. teen was cited March 24 for refusing to cooperate with law enforcement and phsyically threatening a teacher.
— A county teen was cited March 23 for refusing to obey her father, as well as striking and shoving him in an aggressive manner.
— A 14-year-old Springfield teen was cited April 28 for having sexual contact with a juvenile under thirteen years of age, which constitutes a third-degree felony.
— A 16-year-old Wellsville teen was cited May 9 for being absent from school without legitimate excuse for 23 inconsecutive days.
— A 17-year-old Salem teen was cited May 5 for concealing a fixed blade knife, fleeing from law enforcement-which resulted in an injury to one of the officers in pursuit-and obtaining, possessing, or using a controlled substance containing marijuana.
— A 13-year-old county teen was cited May 6 for violating the terms of her probation for taking her prescribed medication improperly while at school, and refusing to go home with her father after being treated and released from the hospital.
— A 16-year-old county teen was cited May 4 for violating the terms of his release by possessing a cell phone and using it for social media. He also failed to show proper respect and obedience to his mother.
— A 17-year-old East Liverpool teen was cited April 12 for scratching words into a vehicle that was not his.
— A 14-year-old Salem teen was cited April 29 for engaging in a physical altercation with another juvenile, resulting in injury.
— A 13-year-old Salem teen was cited April 29 for engaging in a phsyical altercation with another juvenile, which resulted in injury.
— A 16-year-old was cited May 3 for stating that she would bring a gun to her high school and “shoot up the school”.