LISBON - In Columbiana County Juvenile Court a 16-year-old Homeworth child is accused of committing gross sexual imposition by touching another child from 2009, when the other child was 6-years-old, until April 22, 2014.
A 14-year-old Lisbon boy is accused telling others he had a gun and a hit list. Additionally, the boy reportedly indicated he intended to do damage to the school.
Stefanie Zohnd, Columbiana, was cited into juvenile court for allegedly hitting an 8-month-old child in the head causing an injury on Oct. 16, 2012.
Carol Brisbine, Lisbon, was cited into juvenile court for allegedly abusing two children under the age of 18 in September 2013.
A 15-year-old Southern Local boy was cited with pushing his mother and hitting his step-father twice on April 24.
A 16-year-old Salem boy was cited with violating the terms of his probation by refusing to obey his custodian, leaving home and not returning, failing to engage in his school work and admitting to marijuana use.
A 15-year-old New Waterford resident is accused of fighting on April 18 in Salem by throwing another person against a wall, then to the ground and hitting the person in the head.
Two 13-year-old Beaver Local students are accused of being chronically truant or absent by missing school 17 unexcused days beginning on Sept. 13. A 15-year-old Beaver Local student is accused of being chronically absent by missing 18 days of school beginning on Aug. 27.
A 15-year-old Salem child was cited with using profanity, refusing to follow directions, threatening to harm fellow students at the Columbiana County Opportunity School where the child allegedly threw desks, struck a teacher and resisted arrest by Lisbon patrolman all on April 16.
A 16-year-old New Waterford boy is cited with pushing both his mother and another man living in his home. Additionally, he reportedly threatened to kill the man on April 13.
A 16-year-old East Liverpool boy is accused of violating the terms of his probation on April 18, by shoving his mother and leaving home when he was confronted about going to school.