LISBON - In Columbiana County Juvenile Court a 17-year-old boy was cited with his alleged connected with two adults charged in breaking into the former Salineville IGA on June 3 removing pipe, electrical panels and even the air conditioning unit from the building. The teen was also cited with having criminal tools in his possession including a pair of red handled pliers and a wrench.
A 14-year-old Salem boy was cited for allegedly being habitually disrespectful toward his parents, refusing to follow house rules and leaving home without permission.
A 14-year-old Salem boy was cited with allegedly striking another child causing him to seek medical treatment.
A 12-year-old Salem girl was cited after reportedly striking another girl causing her to seek medical attention on May 28.
A 17-year-old New Waterford boy was cited after reportedly punching the window in an office of the Columbiana County Juvenile Educational Service Center Opportunity Center, breaking the glass on May 10.
Lucas Krosen, Chester, W.Va., was cited with contributing to the delinquency of a child after he allegedly picked up a girl who lives in East Liverpool and whose parent has told Krosen to cease contact with, while she was at her school bus stop. Krosen then allegedly drove her to Walmart in Calcutta, McDonald's in Chester, W.Va., and his apartment. The girl was previously cited with violating her probation.
A 16-year-old Salem boy was cited after allegedly consuming alcohol on March 10.
A student of the Salem School District was cited with allegedly violating terms of his probation on April 10.
A 15-year-old East Palestine student was cited after reportedly violating three terms of probation in April
A 16-year-old Wellsville student was cited after allegedly causing a physically offensive situation for another student on May 22.
A then 17-year-old Salem teen was cited with allegedly possession alcohol on Feb. 10 in Alliance.
A 16-year-old Salineville boy was cited after he reportedly had a marijuana pipe, marijuana and other tobacco products in Carroll County in April.
A 17-year-old Salem boy was cited after reportedly engaging in turbulent behavior on May 27.