Salem woman sentenced for weapons violation
LISBON – Bobbi J. Mosser, 45, Fair Avenue, Salem, was sentenced in Columbiana County Common Pleas Court to nine months at the Reformatory for Women in Marysville for having weapons while under a disability prohibiting her from handling firearms. She was credited with 76 days served.
According to court documents, Mosser had a SKS assault rifle standing against a wall in plain view when police came to her door on Aug. 4, 2012. Mosser had a previous trafficking in marijuana conviction, which forbid her from having firearms.
Michael J. Carlisle, 27, address listed as the county jail, stipulated to violating his probation on a previous conviction of breaking and entering for breaking into a Haessly Road, Hanoverton, house and barn to remove items to sell for scrap in February 2011. He was ordered to continue his four years probation, but sentenced to serve 41 additional days in the county jail with credit for 19 already served.
Peter Del Boverlando, no address listed, pleaded guilty to breaking and entering and was sentenced to 10 months in prison and was ordered to make restitution within six months of his release. According to court documents, Del Boverlando trespassed into the Tic Toc Food Mart, state Route 14, Columbiana, on July 21, 2011 by throwing a rock through the window and stealing merchandise from the store.
George E. Wilson Jr., 40, West Ely, Alliance, pleaded guilty to theft and misuse of credit cards. He faces up to a year and a half in prison and a $3,500 fine. According to court documents, Wilson stole Elaine Grimes’ credit card and used it at the Alliance Walmart and Shell gas stations in Salem and Boardman without her permission last September. Sentencing is set for Oct. 28.
Brandon H. Collins, 28, Beaver Falls, Pa., pleaded guilty to possession of drugs. He faces up to one year in prison, a six-month driver’s suspension and a $2,500 fine. Sentencing is set for Oct. 25.
Ryan M. Thompson, 31, address listed as the county jail, was found in violation of his probation and sentenced to one year in prison. However, Thompson was credited with 306 days already served leaving him a balance of 59 days to serve in the county jail. In September 2011, Thompson violated a protection order forbidding him from having contact with Kathryn Sims.