51 indictments issued

LISBON — The Common Pleas Court grand jury issued 51 indictments this week, including one superseding indictment and 15 open indictments. They declined to indict for one case presented to them. The following are the superseding and open indictments.

Daniel W. Board, 45, Campground Road, Wellsville, was issued a superseding indictment charging him with receiving stolen property and two counts of aggravated possession of drugs. On May 1, Board allegedly had amphetamines in his possession. Additionally, he reportedly had a license plate belonging to Charles Wilson Jr. Then on May 17 Board allegedly had methamphetamines.

Three men who allegedly absconded from the county jail on June 17 have been charged with escape. Michael W. Hover, Jr., 28, East Third Street, Salem, is charged with a third-degree felony escape charge and Michael A. Conzett, 22, Rigby Street, East Liverpool, is charged with fifth-degree felony escape. Anthony R. Wagoner, 39, Cadmus Street, East Liverpool, is charged with both escape and receiving stolen property. In addition to leaving the jail, Wagoner allegedly had a 2014 Chrysler belonging to Douglas Miller Jr.

James Ray Brorman, 26, North Market Street, Lisbon, is charged with assault, abusing harmful intoxicants, domestic violence and resisting arrest. On June 15, Brorman allegedly harmed EMT Zachary Lawrence of North Star Critical Care, harmed or attempted to harm Sherry Jennings, resisted with his own arrest and had been inducing harmful intoxicants into his system.

Jeremy Richard Fristik, 32, Prospect Street, Salem, is charged with aggravated menacing, domestic violence, endangering children, obstructing official business and resisting arrest. On June 24 Fristik allegedly threatened and caused serious harm to Brittany Oesch, caused risk to two children ages 4 and 7 and attempted to impede the duties of Perry Township police, who were arresting him.

Jamie Diem, 18, state Route 154, Lisbon, is charged with two counts of importuning for allegedly attempting to solicit an actual 12-year-old into engaging in sexual activity with him on and then an undercover police officer posing as Lexi, a child under the age of 13.

Brandon D. Booher, 32, Pearl Street, Leetonia, is charged with carrying a concealed weapon, obstructing official business and having weapons while under a disability. On May 17, 2019, Booher allegedly had a handgun, which he was carrying when he was a fugitive from justice.

William L. Gist, 51, Seventh Avenue, East Liverpool, is charged with vandalism for allegedly causing damage to a window at the county jail on May 17.

Dacious D. Coles, 23, Wilbert Avenue East Liverpool, is charged with improperly handling firearms in a motor vehicle, resisting arrest, obstructing official business and carrying a concealed weapon. On June 6, Coles allegedly left a 9-millimeter handgun in a vehicle where it was accessible to the driver or a passenger and had the gun either loaded or with the ammunition ready. Additionally, he allegedly tried to impede the duties of Wellsville police officers, Patrolman John Shaughnessy and Patrolman Daniel Wallace, while interfering with his arrest.

Deryl Allen Greathouse, 61, Saltwell Road, Lisbon, is charged with breaking and entering for allegedly trespassing into the office of Apple Grove Homes, Inc. on June 7.

Kevin Eugene Wasmire, 46, Rainbow Lane Circle, Beloit, is charged with receiving stolen property, failure to comply with an order or signal of a police officer, driving under suspension and obstructing official business. Wasmire allegedly had a 2001 Dodge Ram truck belonging to Kenneth Hall on April 22, fled police while driving with a suspended license and in a way to obstruct the performance of Sgt. Richard Kimble of Perry Township police.

Brandon E. Hacker, 26, Jimtown Road, East Palestine, is charged with grand theft of a motor vehicle for allegedly having a 2001 Ford Explorer belonging to Johnathan Workman on Jan. 29.

Joshua E. Tabler, 33, Malvern, is charged with trespassing in a habitation and domestic violence. Tabler allegedly went into the home of Kelly Smallcomb, U.S. Route 30, Minerva, on June 9 and caused her to believe she was in danger of imminent physical harm.

Justin O. Smith, 35, West Pershing Street, Salem, is charged with two counts of OVI, fourth-degree felonies, stemming from his alleged actions on May 8, when he already has OVI convictions from 2012, 2013 and 2017.

Mark A. Hadden, 36, Canton, is charged with failure to comply with an order or signal of a police officer, a third-degree felony. On April 16, Hadden allegedly fled police and he has been previously convicted of the same offense in Stark County in 2007.