EL woman sentenced to 9 months in prison for burglary

LISBON – An East Liverpool woman has been sent to prison for committing a series of crimes.

Ashley D. Bable, 26, of West Seventh Street, was sentenced last week to nine months in prison by Columbiana County Common Pleas Court Judge Scott Washam, with mandatory credit granted for 77 days spent in the county jail. This was after Bable had pleaded guilty to two counts of receiving stolen property and two counts of burglary.

Bable burglarized the homes of Jessica Williams, Pennsylvania Avenue, East Liverpool, and Robert Bloor, Vine Street, East Liverpool, last July and September, respectively. She was also in possession of Bloor’s credit cards and a stolen credit card belonging to William McGill.

In other court action, James A. Moore, 24, Jackson Street, East Liverpool is scheduled to be sentenced on Oct. 3 after pleading guilty to misuse of a credit card and breaking and entering. He is accused using a stolen credit belonging to William McGill in July 2012 to make purchases at Giant Eagle and Walmart. Moore also broke into the Catholic Charities offices in East Liverpool in 2011 and stole money and a video game system

Barry M. Weyand, 40, state Route 164, Lisbon, is scheduled to be sentenced on Oct. 21 after pleading guilty to charges of trafficking in marijuana and possessing Hyrdocondone. The crimes occurred in May 2012.

Randy J. Callehan, 23, West Main Street, Salineville, is scheduled to be sentenced on Oct. 10 after pleading guilty to breaking into the Salineville American Legion on March 19.

Jonathan P. Cunning, 22, of Youngstown, was sentenced to 45 days in the county jail for violating his probation on burglary and safe cracking charges.

Dirk S. Weston, 50, state Route 164, Lisbon, was sentenced by Judge Washam to three years probation for assaulting a Salineville police officer on Dec. 12. According to court records, Weston tried to choke an officer with handcuffs while he was being arrested on a traffic offense. He also reportedly threatened to take the officer’s gun and shoot him with it.