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October 3, 2013
Salem News

LISBON - In Columbiana County Municipal Court on Tuesday, an Oct. 7 pretrial and preliminary hearing was set for James R. Monter, 31, Bandy Road, Homeworth, charged with a felony theft charge for Valium and Xanax in his pocket, which were identified by the owner as her prescription drugs stolen from her apartment. Additionally, he is charged with misdemeanor charges of criminal damaging and criminal trespassing for damaging the screens went he went into the apartment.

Quint Witherow, Steubenville Pike, Lisbon, was fined $1,150, ordered to attend a three day counseling program, had his license suspended for 180 days and required 40 hours community service for OVI first offense, driving under suspension, seat belt violation, open container, failure to control, unauthorized use of a motor vehicle. Additionally, he was ordered to pay $1,500 in restitution to his grandmother, Rhea Tedrow, for damage done to her vehicle during the crash on April 21.

John S. Zdelar III, 29, Austintown, was fined $725, had his license suspended for 180 days and was ordered to a three-day counseling program for OVI first offense, open container and marked lanes.

Fawn E. Smith, 50, Stookesberry Road, Lisbon, was fined $250, required 10 hours community service, had her license suspended for three months and sentenced to three days in jail for physical control amended from OVI first offense. A seat belt citation was dismissed.

Gregory Cummings, 23, Madison Drive, East Liverpool, was fined $150, had his license suspended for 180 days and was required 50 hours community service for drug paraphernalia for two hypodermic needles and a large orange rubber band found inside his vehicle following a crash on Dec. 14, 2012.

Joshua McFarland, 21, Cherry Street, Salem, was fined $100, credited with one day served and required 25 hours community service for persistent disorderly conduct for going to Gezo's for a pizza and the Highlander Laundromat instead of going home where police had ordered him to go due to his intoxication an hour earlier.

James Ingledue, 46, North Lincoln Avenue, Salem, was fined $50, credited with one day served and required 10 hours community service for persistent disorderly conduct. An aggravated menacing charge was dismissed. According to court documents, Ingledue was accused for punching Dylan Spiker in the face, knocking him down. When a child and the boy's mother, Josie Ezell attempted to stop the assault, Ingledue allegedly produced a handgun, pointed it at Spiker and Ezell threatening to shoot them. Court documents note Spiker and Ezell failed to obey a subpoena in the matter and ordering court clerks to order them to appear now to justify that inaction.



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