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JUVENILE

May 4, 2013
Salem News

LISBON - Two boys accused of damaging vehicles and property on March 15 in East Liverpool, a Cleveland boy with a loaded handgun and an East Palestine teen accused of chasing his father with a knife were among those cited in the Columbiana County Juvenile Court in April.

A 15-year-old boy and a 16-year-old boy, both from East Liverpool, were accused of 12 counts of damaging property. According to court reports, the teens damaged the back tailgate of a Ford Expedition owned by Debbie McCartney, Riverview Street; the left side of a van belonging to Gloria Van Etten, Perry Street; garage doors belonging to Edwin Vocial, Oak Street; the front doors, windows and utility trailer at the Trinity Presbyterian Church, Main Boulevard; the front of a garage door belonging to Marion Freeman, Riverview Street; the front end of a Ford station wagon belonging to Melissa Lousemore, Smithfield Street; the back door and a sign on the side of the building at Dr. Grosser's dentist office, St. Clair Avenue; the side of a vehicle belonging to Tiffany and Charles Thayer, McKinnon Avenue; the rear door and fender of a Volkswagen belonging to Asia Waggle, McKinnon Avenue; the headlights, grill and front plate of a car owned by Diana Laughlin, St. Clair Avenue; and a garage door owned by Thomas Grimm, Montgomery Avenue.

Additionally, the pair are accused of damage at the East Liverpool High School, where windows, brick walls, baseball dugouts, a baseball sign and the driveway were all damaged.

A 13-year-old East Palestine boy is accused of threatening to kill his father and chasing him down the hall of their home with a chef's knife from the kitchen on April 17.

A 17-year-old Cleveland City School District boy was cited with having a 9mm handgun loaded with five bullets, including one in the chamber, concealed in his pants. The citation was issued by Sgt. Craig Monte of the State Highway Patrol.

A 14-year-old West Branch schools boy was cited with threatening to harm his mother while getting a knife and fighting with family members attempting to protect the mother on March 25.

A 16-year-old Negley boy was cited with striking his brother with a piece of glass from a broken television screen, which forced the brother to need medical attention on April 11.

A 14-year-old Southern Local boy is accused of pounding on the wall, slamming his door and punching a fixture in the restroom at the Rogers Children's Residential Center on April 1.

Two 15-year-old Canton boys are accused of fighting with each other at the Rogers Children's Residential Center on March 18.

A 16-year-old East Palestine girl is accused of raising a fist toward her mother and threatening to punch her.

A 12-year-old student at Beaver Local Schools was cited with being habitually disobedient in school toward teachers and staff and on the school bus.

A 14-year-old Leetonia boy was cited with fighting with his mother on April 22.

A 15-year-old East Liverpool child was cited with being in violation of terms of his probation for refusing to attend school.

A 14-year-old Minerva Schools boy was cited with violating terms of his probation on March 29, by leaving the Redemption House without permission.

A 16-year-old West Branch girl was cited with using marijuana between March 11 and April 1, which she tested positive for on a urine screening test.

A 14-year-old Beaver Local student was cited with being truant from school 22 times since the beginning of the school year.

A 16-year-old Washingtonville girl was cited with being truant 12 times from Leetonia schools since November.

Several East Liverpool High School students were cited with being truant from school - a 16-year-old, 23 times; a 15-year-old, 12 times; a 14-year-old 28 times; and a 16-year-old; 16 times.

Several adults were also cited into juvenile court for allowing children to fail to attend school during this school year:

-Heidi Roe, East Liverpool, was cited for allowing a 6-year-old child to have 17 unexcused absences and 41 tardies from Calcutta Elementary.

-Ruth Yost, North Shadylane, East Liverpool, was cited with allowing a 6-year-old child to have 16 unexcused absences and 24 tardies from LaCroft Elementary.

-Amber Torres, Chester Avenue, East Liverpool, was cited with allowing a 7-year-old child to have 22 unexcused absences and another 22 tardies from North Elementary.

-Rebecca Sisco, Smithfield Street, East Liverpool, was cited with allowing a 6-year-old child and a 9-year-old child to miss school 20 and 23 times respectively at North Elementary.

-Katherine Plum, Beleek Street, East Liverpool, was cited with allowing a 7-year-old child to have 27 unexcused absences from LaCroft Elementary.

-Pamela Moore, Sophia Street, East Liverpool, was cited with allowing a 6-year-old North Elementary school student to have 16 unexcused absences.

-Paige Delahoussaye, Avondale Street, East Liverpool, was cited with allowing both a 6-year-old and a 8-year-old to miss school with unexcused absences 23 and 21 times respectively at North Elementary.

-Hailey Buzzard, Smithfield Street, East Liverpool, was cited with allowing a 5-year-old child to have 21 unexcused absences from North Elementary.

 
 

 

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