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MUNICIPAL COURT

October 7, 2009
Salem News

LISBON - In county Municipal Court on Tuesday, a Wellsville man was bound over to grand jury on a felony charge of breaking and entering.

Bond was set at $5,000 for Christopher Dean, 23, Clark Avenue, on the charge. Dean is accused of having been inside a garage and a vehicle in Wellsville without permission.

Anthony Cunningham, 52, Youngstown, pleaded not guilty to unlawful restraint; pretrial Oct. 13. Cunningham is accused of holding a woman hostage with a gun in Salem and chasing her down steps at an apartment building after she escaped.

Robert Harmony, 23, East Fourth Street, Salem, was sentenced to 52 days in the county jail and was fined $150 for domestic violence; review hearing March 2. Harmony pushed his live-in girlfriend down by the throat.

Michael Mitchell, 36, East Third Street, Salem, was fined $100 for domestic violence. Mitchell grabbed his live-in girlfriend about the neck and slammed her into a fireplace mantle, injuring her neck, shoulder, back and arm.

Samuel Bowser, 69, Sherman Street, pleaded not guilty to domestic violence; pretrial Oct. 15. Bowser is accused of grabbing a woman by the neck.

Priscilla McCullough, 21, West Fifth Street, Salem, pleaded not guilty to assault. Bond was set at $2,500; pretrial Oct. 22. McCullough is accused of hitting and punching her mother, causing her to fall and injure her head.

Carmen Bratt, 52, Justinson Road, East Palestine, was sentenced to 20 days in the county jail, was fined $780 and had her driver's license suspended for one year for OVI refusal with prior within 20 years and traffic control devices. A charge of OVI second offense against Bratt was dismissed.

Scott Schreckengast, 49, North Royalton, was sentenced to three days of traffic school, was fined $705 and had his driver's license suspended for six months for OVI first offense and a seat belt violation. A charge of failure to control against Schreckengast was dismissed.

Dale Williams II, 54, Duquesne Street, Columbiana, pleaded not guilty to OVI first offense and failure to control; pretrial Nov. 12.

Linda Phillips, 54, South Lincoln Avenue, Salem, pleaded not guilty to OVI first offense and lane violations; pretrial Nov. 5.

Lee Sayers, 27, Trinity Church Road, pleaded not guilty to OVI first offense and marked lanes; pretrial Nov. 17.

Dean Renn, 18, West Rebecca Street, East Palestine, was sentenced to 90 days in the county jail and was fined $500 for driving under suspension, reckless operation and speeding.

Mary Kiehl, 28, North Main Street, Columbiana, was fined $250 for driving under suspension.

Shane Trainer, 23, Alliance, was fined $100 for driving under suspension.

Cory Miller, 26, Columbus, was fined $300 for no driver's license and speeding.

Gaspar Jimon, 27, Alliance, was fined $280 for driving without a valid license and a stop sign violation.

David Sheely, 18, Franklin Avenue, Salem, was fined $250 for theft. Sheely stole knife blades, connectors and spark plugs from the Salem Wal-Mart.

Amy Brown, 37, Leetonia Road, Leetonia, pleaded not guilty to theft; pretrial Nov. 16. Brown is accused of attempting to steal four items totalling $40 in value from the Salem Wal-Mart.

Marlin Catlos, 47, Beechwood Road, Salem, was fined $50 for disorderly conduct while voluntarily intoxicated.

A charge of use of unauthorized plate against Samuel Taylor, 23, East Fifth Street, Salem, was dismissed.

Tyrone Williams, 60, Akron, was fined $35 for speeding.

William Young III, 31, Beloit, was fined $35 for speeding.

Herbert Washington, 58, Boardman, pleaded not guilty to speeding; pretrial Dec. 8.

Nathaniel McVay, 27, Monroeville Heights, Salineville, was assessed costs only for improper passing and failure to display valid sticker.

 
 

 

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