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May 21, 2008
Salem News
LISBON — In county Municipal Court Tuesday, John Hamilton, 20, East Fourth Street, Salem, was sentenced to 270 jail for two counts of obstructing official business and an unpaid fine suspension.

Hamilton reportedly jumped out of his window and fled from police on May 19 after being wanted on a warrant. He gave officers a false name and social security number on May 18 when police pulled the vehicle he was riding in over.

Mary Hamilton, 18, East Fourth Street, Salem, pleaded not guilty to obstructing official business; pretrial July 1.

Hamilton, sister of John Hamilton, was at the residence when police came to arrest John on an outstanding warrant. Hamilton allegedly lied to officers about John not being at the residence.

John Beadnell, 25, Olive Road, Salineville, pleaded not guilty to assault, obstruction official business, disorderly conduct, drug paraphernalia and possession of drugs; preliminary hearing May 22.

Beadnell allegedly kicked an officer in the head on May 16 when he was being searched and would also not cooperate with police.

John Edward Moore, 65, state Route 558, pleaded not guilty to disorderly conduct; pretrial June 23.

Moore allegedly blared his radio to cause a disturbance in the neighborhood on May 13 after being warned on prior occasions by police.

Timothy Sechrist, 43, Hammondsville, was sentenced to two years probation, two years hunting suspension, 100 hours community service and a $500 fine for negligent hunting.

Sechrist reportedly injured a person while hunting for deer on March 18.

Joshua Brown, 23, Elmwood Drive, was sentenced to one year probation, six months license suspension, 20 hours community service and a $250 fine for first offense OVI; review Sept. 16.

Brown was stopped for a turn signal violation on U.S. 30 on Oct. 6.

Savannah Young, 21, Golf Club Drive, Salem, was sentenced to two years probation, 100 hours community service and costs for theft; review Aug. 25.

Young was an employee at the Salem Rite Aid when she committed several fraudulent transactions using a manager’s code to return high value items such as a Kodak digital camera throughout the month of February. The amount Young owes in restitution to Rite Aid is $1,198.28.

Jason Miller, 38, McDonald Street, East Liverpool, was sentenced to two years probation, costs and 60 hours community service for writing bad checks.

Miller wrote a check in the amount of $319.93 on a frozen bank account for welding supplies on Oct. 5.

Michael Wade, 37, East Fifth Street, Salem, was sentenced to two years probation, 40 days in jail with a work release, one year license suspension, 40 hours community service and a $675 fine for first offense OVI and receiving stolen property.

Wade was pulled over on state Route 45 on Dec. 9 and on May 4 he took a woman·s jacket while at the Side Door bar in Salem.

Sonya Pandya, 43, Brightwood, Ore., was sentenced to six months license suspension and a $280 fine for first offense OVI.

Pandya was pulled over on Sunset Street, Salem, and tested at .24 on the BAC.

Rachel Meek, 21, Frederickstown-Clarkson Road, Negley, was sentenced to one year probation, 30 hours community service and a $330 fine for first offense OVI.

Meek was driving on Clarkson Road on May 18 when she slid off the right side and struck a guardrail and mailbox.

John Peuterbaugh, 34, John Street, Salineville, was sentenced to one year probation, six months license suspension, 30 hours community service and a $150 fine for drug paraphernalia.

Lisbon police found Peuterbaugh to possess a spoon and two needles on his person on March 13.

Emily Cochran, 22, Fife Coal Road, Wellsville, had charges of assault dismissed due to the failure of the allegedly victim to appear in court.

Cochran was accused of grabbing a woman and scratching her during a fight at a Hillcrest Road residence.

Brant Steinbinder, 19, state Route 14, East Palestine, was sentenced to two years probation, one year license suspension, 60 hours community service and a $550 fine for first offense OVI.

Steinbinder was driving left of center on North Market Street on May 17.

Matthew Dalrymple, 19, 14th Street, Wellsville, had charges of assault and violating a temporary protection order dismissed.

Dalrymple was accused of attacking a 16-year-old girl in the parking lot of the Sterling China building on Commerce Street.

Brandon Pritt, 22, Riley Avenue, East Liverpool, was sentenced to four days in jail, two years probation, 80 hours community service and a $200 fine for theft and criminal trespassing.

Pritt took scrap from an empty farm house on U.S. 30 on March 12.

Jody Kireta, 40, Riley Avenue, East Liverpool, was sentenced to two years probation, 40 hours community service and a $100 fine for criminal trespassing.

Kireta waited in the car while Brandon Pritt removed scrap from a farm house on U.S. 30 on March 12.
 
 
 

 

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