LISBON - A Columbiana-area man was bound over to Columbiana County grand jury for possible indictment after allegedly leading police on a high-speed chase through the southern part of the county last Sunday.
Sheldon L. Robinson, 38, of Crestview Road, was bound over to common pleas court on the felony charge of failing to comply with a police order to halt during action Friday in county Municipal Court.
Authorities were looking for Robinson and Melissa Dickson in connection with burglaries in three counties when they spotted Robinson driving alone near Gavers, starting a chase that wended its way to East Liverpool before he was caught near Calcutta. Dickson was picked up later that day at a Hanover Township home.
Robinson faces additional charges from the chase.
In other court action, Allison F. Grossen, 26, Kelly Park Road, Leetonia, pleaded innocent to a charge of possessing drug abuse instruments resulting from her arrest in Columbiana on Thursday. Grossen was reportedly found with a syringe loaded with heroin while police were looking to arrest another woman living on South Main Street.
David W. Gamble, 18, Garfield Avenue, East Palestine, was bound over to the grand jury for possible indictment on a charge of receiving stolen property. Gamble was seen driving a golf cart found to have been stolen from the East Palestine Country Club near Negley. The golf cart was recovered at the East Palestine City Park.
Michael Grzymala, 38, McGavern Road, Salineville, was found guilty of domestic violence and fined $250 and given credit for three days already served in the county jail on the charge. Grzymala reportedly shoved his mother and then threatened to smash her head into the wall.
Lucas L. Sims, 29, Oak Grove Road, Wellsville, was found guilty of resisting arrest and fined $200 and sentenced to 45 days in jail, to be served concurrently with whatever sentence he receives on a felony charge in common pleas court. Sims reportedly knocked the county sheriff to the ground as he ran by him while trying to escape being taken into custody on an arrest warrant.
Tyler T. Drummond, 18, West Wilson Street, Salem, was found guilty of criminal damaging and trespassing and was fined $350 and given credit for four days served in the county jail on the charges. Drummond reportedly broke out the windows of a car owned by Amanda Durkin in Perry Township.
James L. Ray, 29, state Route 558, New Waterford, was found guilty of drug possession and fined $150. He was found in possession of a small amount of marijuana by Columbiana police last October.