LISBON - In Columbiana County Municipal Court, Cletis R. Monroy, 30, Rose Avenue, Salem, was bound over to the Columbiana County Common Pleas Court grand jury on a charge of attempted burglary, a second-degree felony. Bond is continued at $50,000 cash or surety. A Dec. 16 pretrial also was set for Monroy cited with possession of drug abuse instrument, possession of criminal tools and drug paraphernalia. According to court documents, Salem police reportedly found Monroy on Sept. 13 at an East Third Street home cutting the lock on an attached garage with a hand-held saw while he had a hypodermic needle and a crack pipe in his pockets.
Jessica M. Jewell, 30, Poland, was bound over to the grand jury on a burglary charge after she was reportedly found in the basement of a home on Commerce Street in Wellsville by the resident Joe DaLonzo, 78, who reported on Sept. 13 someone broke into his house and was dead in his workroom.
Scott D. Wallen, 54, Mill Street, Salineville, was fined $675, had his license suspended for 180 days and ordered to attend a three-day counseling program for OVI first offense.
Benjamin H. Wiley Sr., 40, Columbia Street, Leetonia, was fined $400 and sentenced to 30 days in jail for theft and criminal tools for damaging seven machines at the laundromat on South Main Street in Columbiana utilizing a large pry bar and crescent wrench to obtain $32 in coins.
Allen J. Menegay, 27, East Canton, was sentenced to 30 days in jail, fined $200 and required 30 hours community service for telephone harassment for continuously calling the home and cell phone of Amaris Eltringham in December 2012.
Joseph G. Procick IV, 22, West Salem Street, Columbiana, was fined $500, had his license suspended for six months, was required 20 hours community service and credited with one day in jail served for possession of instruments to ingest or inhale controlled substances, possession of a dangerous drug, loud exhaust and no license amended from driving under FRA suspension. A felony charge of possession of a schedule two drug for an Adderall found in the driver's door of his vehicle was dismissed.
Glenn E. Bender, 37, Anderson Avenue, Wellsville, was fined $200, required 30 hours community service and credited with one day served for disorderly conduct amended from domestic violence for grabbing his wife by the hair, dragging her into the living room and choking her twice.
Joseph L. McQuistion, 33, Front Street, New Waterford, was fined $150, required 30 hours community service and credited with one day in jail served for disorderly conduct amended from criminal damaging for driving purposely into the vehicle of Christina Bias while he had two small children in his Jeep.
Timothy Russell Crowe, 25, Brookfield Avenue, Lisbon, was fined $130 and required 20 hours community service for failure to reinstate a license and a stop sign violation.
Nick Cosma, 81, state Route 534, Salem, was fined $100 and credited with one day served for telephone harassment. Another count of telephone harassment and criminal trespassing were dismissed. The charges stemmed from Cosma reportedly continually calling Vivian Stokes in May and going to her home.
Ian A. Wellington, 41, Avondale Avenue, East Liverpool, was fined $130 and required 20 hours community service for failure to reinstate a license and a turn signal violation.
Jonathan Percy, 21, state Route 46, New Waterford, was fined $130 and required 20 hours community service for failure to reinstate a license and assured clear distance.
A menacing charge against Tracy Ketchum, 46, North Market Street, Lisbon was dismissed. Ketchum was accused of threatening to harm Linda Fike on July 29.
A Sept. 30 pretrial was set for Andrew H. Hunley, 37, state Route 558, Leetonia, cited with obstructing official business, resisting arrest, disorderly conduct and two counts of assault, one of which was for allegedly hitting a 5-year-old child with multiple handicaps in the face on Sept. 18. Additionally, he reportedly punched Timothy Welce in the face and led Wellsville police on a foot chase while he was intoxicated and belligerent.
A Sept. 30 pretrial was set for Ronald J. Helle Jr., 27, North Ellsworth Avenue, Salem, cited with three counts of possession of drug abuse instruments for allegedly having three suspected narcotics pipes found under the front passenger seat of a vehicle he was riding in on Monday.
A Sept. 30 pretrial was set for Michael J. Koval, 33, Youngstown, charged with falsification for allegedly providing Perry Township police his brother's social security number to attempt to avoid being arrested on a warrant.
A Sept. 30 pretrial was set for Joshua J. McFarland, 21, Cherry Street, Salem, cited with disorderly conduct while intoxicated for allegedly causing to women in the Highlander Laundromat fear going to their cars after he had already been told an hour earlier by police to go home.
An Oct. 29 pretrial was set for Hayward B. Washington, 49, 15th Street, Wellsville, charged with two counts of cruelty to animals for allegedly tying two dogs, a German shepherd mix and chow shepherd mix to dog boxes with logging chains without food or water for extended periods of time.
An Oct. 29 pretrial was set for Kimberly A. Brady, 40, North Ellsworth Avenue, Salem, charged with falsification for allegedly giving police a false name, identifying her boyfriend as his brother during a traffic stop on Monday.
A Nov. 26 pretrial was set for Nancy A. Dickson, 48, Maple Hill Road, Salineville, cited with driving under a child support suspension.