LISBON — A Jan. 24 preliminary hearing was set in County Municipal Court for Kendall L. Smith Jr., 24, Youngstown, charged with obstructing official business for allegedly attempting to slam the door on officers and Drug Task Force agents, while inside room 101 at the Days Inn on Monday, a room where he was not the renter.
Justin M. Lamp, 40, last known address Foundry Hill Road, Summitville, was bound over to the grand jury on a failure to comply charge for allegedly refusing to stop for deputies attempting to shop his vehicle on Jan. 7 on Trinity Church, Laughlin Mill and Foundry Hill Roads.
A Jan. 22 pretrial was set for Dakota S. McCluskey, 26, Hill Top Road, Lisbon, charged with criminal trespassing for allegedly going inside the home of Elizabeth Whitten without her permission on Jan. 10 when she saw him coming out of the house when she returned from the store.
A Feb. 26 pretrial was set for Ashley M. Lindsay, 27, Salineville Road West, Salineville, charged with obstructing official business for allegedly denying knowing anything about thefts from motor vehicles or that her boyfriend Dylan McElroy and ex-boyfriend Austin Lemasters allegedly were involved, even after police found tracks in the snow and burned stolen items at her home. She additionally eventually admitted she was concealing Lemasters in her basement and refused to open the door to allow police to arrest McElroy. She also reportedly admitted the two men left the house in the middle of the night and she waited up for them to come home.
Shawn D. Tremain, 27, Steubenville Pike, Lisbon, was fined $560, sentenced to three days in jail and required 30 hours community service for possession of marijuana, open container, driving under suspension, a stop sign violation and failure to signal before turning.
Ryan A. George, 31, West Perry Street, Alliance, was fined $300 for driving under suspension, possession of marijuana and possession of marijuana paraphernalia.
Kellie M. Barton, 32, Hazel Run Road, Salineville, was fined $100, required 40 hours community service and credited with three days served in jail for obstructing official business for telling sheriff’s deputies her boyfriend, Cody Jones, was not at the home, but was in East Liverpool, when he was ultimately found in the basement.
Michelle R. Hall, 30, Sebring, was fined $280 and required 30 hours community service for driving under suspension and assured clear distance.
Chad D. Raymond, 29, West Pershing Street, Salem, was credited with a day served in jail and sentenced to an additional two days in jail for disorderly conduct public intoxication.
A March 5 pretrial was set for Drew C. Smith, 19, Howard Street, Hanoverton, cited with failure to control.
Breanne N. Little, 31, Brenda Lane, Columbiana, was fined $50, credited with six days served in jail and required 30 hours community service for criminal mischief amended from theft for taking a collection of antique coins from a home on Brenda Lane, Columbiana, on March 9.
Thomas A. Watkins, 46, East North Avenue, East Palestine, was fined $100 and credited with a day in jail for disorderly conduct for insulting others and provoking a situation when police were dealing with a domestic dispute on Monday.
Amber Blackburn, 35, East Fifth Street, Salem, was fined $400, credited with a day in jail and ordered to pay $141 in restitution to the Salem Walgreens for resisting arrest, disorderly conduct, drug paraphernalia and criminal damaging for knocking off three packages of drinks when the pharmacist refused to fill her prescription due to an issue with it on Oct. 8. On Dec. 11, Blackburn had a silver box housing a digital scale with residue and was screaming profanities at police despite being warned to cease her behavior at the Salem Library.
Shelby N. Greynolds, 26, New Cumberland, W.Va., was fined $955, had her license suspended for a year, ordered to attend a three-day counseling program and required 30 hours community service for drug paraphernalia, OVI first offense, driving under suspension, marked lanes and a seat belt violation.
A Jan. 22 pretrial was set for Justin K. Smothereman, 33, Clark Street, East Palestine, charged with domestic violence, obstructing official business and resisting arrest for allegedly holding a knife on his fiance, Josie Lalonde, as well as raising his fists toward her face and making threats to strike her on Monday. Additionally, he reportedly refused orders by Salem police to exit the house.
A March 14 pretrial was set for Jarod N. Hively, 20, South Street, Homeworth, cited with driving under FRA suspension and speeding.
A March 12 pretrial was set for Renee L. Lamp, 66, Foundry Hill Road, Summitville, cited with wrongful entrustment.
Renee Sass, 31, Youngstown, was fined $30 for a registration violation. A driving under a license forfeiture suspension was dismissed.
Joseph Spragan, 41, Campbell, was fined $100 for possession of marijuana.
Jason G. Schilling, 38, East Faith Street, Salem, was fined $150 and credited with a day served in jail for persistent disorderly conduct for becoming so intoxicated on a night in early November that he was asked to leave an East State Street, Salem, establishment. Then getting into an argument with the cab driver, so scaring him that the driver dropped Schilling off at the Salem Walmart, where he began harassing people in the business.
Kalyn D. Sly, 24, Youngstown, was fined $300 and required 40 hours community service for driving under suspension.
Michelle Lynn Hall, 41, Scroggs Road, Lisbon, was fined $180 and required 40 hours community service for driving under suspension and loud exhaust.
Chris A. Griffith, 57, Foundry Hill Road, Hanoverton, was fined $350 and required 40 hours community service for no license and loud exhaust.
Dan Edward Libb, 21, Radcliffe Pass, Columbiana, was fined $150 for speeding.