LISBON — In Columbiana County Municipal Court, a preliminary hearing has been set for Nov. 22 for Tony Blendenbacher, 38, Hartley Road, Alliance, charged with disobeying a police officer’s order or signal, a felony in the third degree, for allegedly fleeing at high speed and driving recklessly on November 16 when a county sheriff’s deputy attempted a traffic stop on Hartley Road.
A preliminary trial has been set for January 30 for Travis Milliron, 36, of Highland Avenue, Salem, charged with resisting arrest, disorderly conduct and unlawful use or possession of drug paraphernalia after Salem police saw him on the road in the 100 block of Vine Street under some sort of intoxication on Nov. 15. He wore no shirt and was sweating profusely outside in 30 degree weather. He had earlier been warned to walk down the road and tried to walk away from police, who found a plastic bag containing mushrooms in his pocket.
Gregory Coury, 62, Arnold, Pennsylvania, was fined $750 for engaging in prostitution and possessing the tools of crime. He was allowed to buy back 40 hours of community service and ordered to take an online course on preventing prostitution. Coury solicited sexual activity for money in a covert sex-for-hire operation and arrived for the meeting in eastern Palestine on April 5.
A preliminary trial has been set for January 26 for Sumner Bemis, 45, New Castle, Pa., charged with possession of the tools of crime and engaging in prostitution for allegedly soliciting sexual activity in exchange for $180 during a a covert sex for pay operation and arrived on November 16th. 1 in Eastern Palestine for the meeting.
Chris Chavis, 55, of Idaho Street, East Liverpool, was sentenced to a $600 fine and 180 days in jail, including 175 days suspended and five days credit served, for assault and criminal damage. He was also ordered to return $1,100 to the victim. Chavis grabbed a woman after he chased her down First Street, Wellsville, pushed her onto her couch and grabbed her phone, throwing it into the street and damaging the screen on August 14.
A preliminary trial has been set for November 28 for Jacob McBride, 27, of East Main Street, New Waterford, charged with domestic violence for allegedly harming a woman on November 15 in New Waterford.
Richard Vecchio, 60, State Route 164, Lisbon, was fined $150 and 16 days in jail, with credit for 16 days served, for disorderly conduct for being drunk in public, shouting and swearing at several people in Lisbon Square on November 4.
A preliminary trial has been set for February 14 for Mandy Farnsworth, 31, Shadylane, East Liverpool, charged with possession of marijuana and disorderly conduct for an alleged incident on October 30 in East Liverpool when she returned to a residence that he had been told to leave and had suspected marijuana in a bag.
David Haught Jr., 37, Florence Street, East Liverpool, was fined $450 and given a suspended 30-day jail sentence for theft, criminal trespassing and possession of criminal tools for an incident on February 10 in East Liverpool for trespassing on a McClain road. property and to have in his possession a jack handle and a sawing tool.
A preliminary trial has been set for November 28 for Heather Danette Stewart, 33, of Henry Avenue, Wellsville, charged with theft for allegedly failing to pay for 14 items totaling $186 at Walmart in Calcutta on October 28. She also faces a separate charge of official obstruction of business with a trial on November 28 for giving police a different name when they approached her on November 15 and knew there was a warrant for her arrest. against her. She started walking away and then running down Wilbert Avenue in East Liverpool, eventually being apprehended.
Ryan Adkins, 37, East Eighth Street, East Liverpool, was fined $250 for disorderly conduct and ordered to perform 50 hours of community service. Adkins was found walking down McGuffey Road in St. Clair Township on October 5 while very intoxicated and acting disorderly when an officer attempted to drive him home.
Michael Chek, 48, of Newton Falls, was fined $1,075 and served 90 days in jail, including 87 days suspended and three days credit in a driver intervention program, for driving a vehicle under the influence of alcohol or drugs, left of center and Distracted Driving. His driver’s license was suspended for a year, with driving privileges granted, and he was ordered to perform 20 hours of community service.
Jerry Frischkorn, 65, Foundry Hill Road, Salineville, was fined $1,690 and sentenced to 20 days in jail for OVI, driving under suspension, marked lanes and distracted driving. His driver’s license has been suspended for four years, with an ignition interlock and restricted plates required if driving privileges are sought. He was allowed to buy back 40 hours of community service.
Jacinda Michaels, 44, Grant Street, Rogers, was fined $975 and served 90 days in jail, including 87 days suspended and three days credit for a driver intervention program, for OVI and left of center. Her driver’s license was suspended for a year, with driving privileges granted, and she was ordered to perform 20 hours of community service.
Chloe Sorgman, 21, Black Road, Lisbon, was fined $475 and jailed for three days for driving with suspension, incorrect/expired registration and failure to check. Charges of speeding and missing a seatbelt were dismissed. She was also fined $200 for another charge of driving under suspension, with an expired plate charge dismissed.
A preliminary trial has been set for February 2 for Robert Daugherty, 30, of Continental Drive, Salem, charged with a second OVI offense and speeding.
A preliminary trial has been set for February 7 for Keith Curran, 41, Defiance, charged with OVI first offense, OVI controlled substance and left of center.
A preliminary trial has been set for February 2 for Christine DeSellem, 32, of West Main Street, Salineville, charged with driving under suspension and failing to display a valid sticker.
A decision hearing has been set for February 7 for Joseph Kelly, 65, Williams Avenue, East Liverpool, who was found guilty of breaching the Buildings and Structures Housing Code for having a tarpaulin and housing envelope covering the roof and windows of a structure on Williams Avenue on May 23 in East Liverpool.
Cory Escamilla, 29, State Route 45, Salem, was fined $100 for disorderly conduct, fined for obstructing official business, and a drug paraphernalia charge was dismissed. Escamilla was charged with lying to Salem police Sept. 3 after leaving Sparkle Market and being questioned about an incident involving a man sleeping in a woman’s car at Columbia Street and Penn Avenue earlier.
Jesse Franklin, 45, Oak Street, East Liverpool, was found guilty of failing to file a city tax return, but was not fined, for failing to file a city tax return in East Liverpool for the tax years 2015, 2016, 2017.
A City in East Liverpool failure to report case against Barri Franklin, Oak Street, East Liverpool, has been dismissed.
A preliminary trial has been set for February 6 for Sean Watkins, 46, of Woodlawn Street, East Liverpool, charged with driving under suspension.
A preliminary trial has been set for January 30 for Christopher Dorsey, 42, of Erie Street, East Liverpool, charged with using an unauthorized plate.
Terry Faulk, 58, State Route 154, Elkton, was fined $75 for a turn signal violation.
A preliminary trial has been set for February 2 for Savanna McKee, 27, Steubenville Pike Road, Lisbon, charged with suspended license.
Kevin Deems, 48, Cleveland Avenue, Salineville, was fined $200 for driving under suspension and loud exhaust.
Erica Miller, 42, Wood Alley, East Liverpool, has been fined $100 for a temporary license breach.
Wayne Lee, 29, of State Street, Leetonia, was fined $150 for an equipment violation, modified for speeding.
Richard Holt, 50, of Woodbine Avenue, East Liverpool, was fined $300 for speeding and distracted driving.