LISBON - In Columbiana County Municipal Court Monday, an Aug. 19 preliminary hearing was set for Daniel T. Mayer, 28, Freedom, Pa., charged with improper handling of firearms for allegedly having a loaded .45 semi-automatic handgun under the driver's seat of his car on Saturday when he went to get a pickup from a home in Darlington, Pa., to return it to the registered owner in New Waterford.
Devon Coles, 21, Park Drive, Charleston, W.Va., waived his right to an extradition hearing so he can be returned to Charleston, W.Va., where he reportedly failed to appear for a probation violation hearing on April 30. Bond was set at $50,000.
Raymond James-Robert Roe, 22, Y and O Road, Wellsville, was fined $675, had his license suspended for 180 days and was sentenced to three days in driving school for OVI first offense and marked lanes.
Michael A. Watson, 29, Canton, was fined $400, had his license suspended for six months, was required 40 hours community service and sentenced to three days in jail for marked lanes and reckless operation amended from OVI first offense.
Blaine Sears Perry, 26, Commerce Street, Wellsville, was sentenced to 20 additional days in jail with credit for 10 served and fined $250 for domestic violence for striking Ashleigh Perry in the head and face several times during an argument over money. A felony assault charge was dismissed.
Brittany L. Hacker, 19, Jimtown Road, East Palestine, was fined $250 for driving under suspension, failure to control and improper registration.
Albert E. Miller Jr., 30, Metz Road, New Waterford, was fined $160 for failure to reinstate a license, speeding and a seat belt violation. A driving under FRA suspension citation was dismissed.
Charles E. Weyand Jr., 37, West Pershing Street, Salem, was fined $150, required 30 hours community service and credited with nine days in jail served for domestic violence for striking and pushing his 15-year-old daughter on July 27.
Brandon W. Gardner, 22, West Pinelake Road, Salem, was fined $150 and had his license suspended for 180 days for possession of marijuana.
Crystal M. Ross, 28, Berlin Center, was fined $150 for driving without a license amended from driving under 12-point suspension.
Randal Lee Pitts, Third Street, Summitville, was fined $150, credited with one day in jail served and required 20 hours community service for disorderly conduct amended from assault for striking Michael Pitts several times during a fight.
Richard A. Monigold II, 33, Salineville Road West, Salineville, was fined $150, required 40 hours community service and credited with one day in jail served for domestic violence for assaulting Rachael Monigold on June 12.
Shawn A. Gates, Bandy Road, Homeworth, was fined $100, required 10 hours community service and credited with 14 days in jail already served for obstructing official business. Charges of assault and domestic violence were dismissed. According to court documents, Gates ran into the woods three times when Perry Township police were called to the home in regards to a domestic dispute on May 20.
Shawn D. Smith, 48, Youngstown, was fined $50 for use of an unauthorized plate. A driving under suspension citation was dismissed.
An Aug. 8 pretrial was set for Jacob D. Keenan, Quay Road, Negley, charged with two counts of domestic violence for allegedly choking and assaulting both his sister and his mother on Friday.
An Aug. 12 pretrial was set for Danielle N. Stanley, 25, Newgarden Avenue, Salem, charged with possession of drug abuse instrument and drug paraphernalia for allegedly having spoons and a syringe in her possession on July 25.
An Aug. 13 court trial was set for Erica L. Harmon, 19, West Calla Road, Salem, cited with failure to control.
An Aug. 19 pretrial was set for Kelly Emmerling, 51, Grimms Bridge Road, East Liverpool, charged with domestic violence for allegedly hitting the mother of his child, Heidi Wheeler, in the face, throwing her across the room and causing her to hit her head.
A pretrial was set on Sept. 3 for Megan McClaskey, 21, West Fifth Street, Salem, charged with domestic violence for allegedly "double fish hook(ing)" her live-in fiance, John R. Mohr, by punching him in the face three times and kicking him on Aug. 3. Additionally, a pretrial was set on Sept. 3 for Mohr, 28, Newgarden Avenue, Salem, charged with domestic violence for allegedly picking McClaskey up, slamming her to the ground and kneeing her in the back about five times during the same argument.
A Sept. 3 pretrial was set for Max Speier, 46, Warren, cited with commercial speeding.
A Sept. 10 pretrial was set for Timothy G. McVay, 52, McGavern Road, Salineville, cited with OVI first offense and left of center.
A Sept. 12 pretrial was set for Aleah A. Good, 21, Prospect Street, Salem, charged with obstructing official business and criminal trespassing for allegedly hiding with her boyfriend, James McVay, in the attic of a vacant Bank Street, Salem, home on Aug. 3. The pair reportedly refused to come out when ordered to do so by Salem police.
A Sept. 17 pretrial was set for Dannon Ray Bean, 37, South 13th Street, Sebring, charged with OVI first offense, license expired less than six months, lane violations and a seat belt violation.
An Oct. 1 pretrial was set for Kyle J. Gatrell, 18, Torma Road, Wellsville, charged with menacing for allegedly pulling a gun on family members while threatening to harm himself. According to court documents deputies found a BB gun in the garage and Gatrell in the woods behind the home.
An Oct. 7 pretrial was set for Michael E. Mobley Jr., 20, Seigler Road, Salineville, charged with theft for allegedly taking a Pittsburgh Yellow Cab Co. taxi from Seigler Road to the Amtrak Station in Pittsburgh, then telling the driver he did not have the preagreed upon $175 fare.