LISBON -- A Lisbon man was indicted by the Columbiana County Common Pleas Court grand jury this week.
Corey S. Witherow, 26, Steubenville Pike, Lisbon, was indicted with charges of theft, eight counts receiving stolen property and eight counts of forgery. Court documents state on Aug. 7, Witherow had a pickup belonging to Trevor Needham, without the owner's consent.
Additionally, Witherow is accused of taking eight blank checks from Rhea Tedrow and forged them so he could cash them in late July and early August for a total of $1,160.
Michael A. Minerd II, 24, Whitehall, was indicted on a charge of trafficking in marijuana with a forfeiture specification. According to court documents, Minerd on July 21 had marijuana intended for resale, along with a car and a set of digital scales.
Bobbie J. Mosser, 44, Fair Avenue, Salem, was indicted on a charge of having a weapon while under a disability. According to court documents, Mosser had a SKS assault rifle in her home on Aug. 4. Mosser has previous convictions of trafficking in marijuana in both 1997 and 1993, prohibiting her from having firearms.
Chad E. Kellogg, 35, Anderson Avenue, Wellsville, was indicted on a domestic violence charge. He is accused of choking and threatening to kill his wife, Marissa Kellogg on Aug. 15, when he has a previous 2009 conviction of domestic violence.
Joshua D. Baker, 27, New Manchester, W.Va., was indicted with a receiving stolen property charge, accused of having a car belonging to Carol Adams without her permission on Aug. 18.
The open indictments were issued this week along with an additional nine secret indictments, which will be made available as they are served. The grand jury issued a no bill in one case.