LISBON - The Columbiana County Common Pleas Court grand jury issued 10 indictments this week, including four secret indictments.
Two of the men issued open indictments are charged with breaking into the former IGA in Salineville removing pipe, electrical panels and even the air conditioning unit from the building.
Mykel Crooms, 25, Clarks Mill Road, Salineville, is charged with felony possession of criminal tools, breaking and entering and obstruction of official business. After they were ordered out of the rafters, Andrew Foster, 20, West Main Street, Salineville, is charged with felony possession of criminal tools and breaking and entering. A third person reportedly involved was cited into juvenile court.
The remaining open indictments from June are as follows:
- James F. Rogers, Woodville Road, Leetonia, charged with domestic violence after allegedly assaulting his stepson by striking him in the face with a glass mug, hitting him repeatedly in the chest area and shoving his head against a plastered wall on April 28. Rogers has a previous domestic violence conviction in Warren County.
- Preston L. Wright, Forest Street, Lisbon, was charged with burglary and receiving stolen property after allegedly taking a car from a Lisbon home and leaving it on Lexington Avenue in Salem.
- Jimmy L. Dubose, 36, Apple Street, Salem, charged with possession of drugs for allegedly having generic vicodin in March when police were investigating a possible assault at a New Garden Avenue home.
- Kenneth R. Jordan, 38, last known address Pidgeon Road, Salem, charged with two counts of receiving stolen property. Jordan reportedly had a car belonging to Carmel Mather and reported stolen. The license plate on the vehicle reportedly did not match the vehicle either.
The grand jury returned a no bill of indictment against Vicky L. McConnell. The case is dismissed.