LISBON - In Columbiana County Municipal Court, Gerald A. DiPanfilo, 61, Woodland Avenue, Salem, was bound over to the county grand jury on a breaking and entering charge for allegedly attempting to break into a substation off Pittsburgh Street in Columbiana to steal copper. A driving under suspension citation was also transferred to pleas court. A Nov. 6 pretrial was set for a turn signal violation citation.
A possession of drugs charge against Douglas D. Austin, 30, last known address Columbus, was dismissed due to the defendant being indicted. A Sept. 15 preliminary hearing was set for Austin on a receiving stolen property charge for allegedly having a stolen ATV from Jefferson County.
An Aug. 14 preliminary hearing was set for Paul K. Joy, 44, East Fifth Street, Salem, for aggravated robbery for allegedly grabbing the barrel of the gun and forearm of the deputy attempting to serve a search warrant on Aug. 1. A pretrial also was set for Joy on a charge of obstructing official business for refusing to show the deputy his hands. He was fined $30 for a stop sign violation.
Franklin W. Joy, 55, Township Line Road, Wellsville, was fined $900, had his license suspended for a year, required 40 hours community service and sentenced to 15 days in jail for OVI first offense, driving under suspension and speeding.
Ryan W. Bevington, 37, West Southern Avenue, Columbiana, was fined $250 and required 40 hours community service for driving under suspension. A disposition hearing was set for Sept. 25 for a passing bad checks citation.
Ivan Ward III, 29, 18th Street, Wellsville, was fined $250 and credited with two days in jail for persistent disorderly conduct.
Whitney N. Howell, 24, Lowmiller Road, Minerva, was fined $155 for a seat belt violation, improper registration and driving under suspension. A no license citation was dismissed.
Alex M. Deperro, 27, Lowellville, was fined $150 for unsafe vehicle amended from speeding.
Daniel F. Beatty, 26, Massillon, was fined $150 for unsafe vehicle amended from speeding.
Tammy J. Mason, 41, New Garden Avenue, Salem, was fined $130 for driving under suspension and lighted lights required.
Jeremy C. Hall, 37, Davis, W.Va., was fined $125 for no license and failure to display a valid sticker.
Robert J. Crespo, 27, Roberts Road, Leetonia, was fined $125 for improper registration and driving under suspension.
Wade A. Tufford, Glamorgan Street, Alliance, was fined $100 and required 20 hours of community service for passing bad checks for a $124 check written to Lisbon Tire on Nov. 2, 2003, which was dishonored.
James W. Strait, 34, Cunningham Road, Salem, was fined $50 and credited with two days served in jail for disorderly conduct for continuing to struggle with police after he was given several opportunities to cease on July 29.
Daniel E. Winterbottom, 62, West Pittsburgh, Pa., was fined $50 for no license.
Stacy R. Yeager, 37, Carrollton, was fined $50 for license suspended for less than six months.
Tracy M. Dilling, 42, East Pershing Street, Salem, was fined $25 for animals at large.
Stephanie Romeo, 32, West Main Street, East Palestine, was credited with 180 days served in jail for assault for shoving Stephanie Meiring, an employee at American Home Health Care, on Feb. 1.
An Aug. 14 pretrial was set for Dustin Brayshaw, 21, East Rebecca Street, East Palestine, cited with obstructing official business for allegedly fleeing from police on July 31.
A Sept. 9 sentencing hearing was set for Jonathan L. Baddeley, 25, Benton Road, Salem, who pleaded guilty to criminal damaging for hitting Kevin M. Curtis' Ford Taurus with a broken off ax handle, breaking the driver's side taillight and denting a passenger side door on Monday.
A Sept. 11 extradition hearing was set for Cory T. Wright, 36, County Home Road, Lisbon, sought by the State of Pennsylvania where he faces a burglary charge.
A Sept. 16 pretrial was set for Christopher D. Zepernick, 33, Depot Road, Salem, charged with two counts of endangering children, two counts of possession of drug paraphernalia and six counts of possession of drug abuse instruments. Zepernick allegedly had numerous hypodermic syringes, powder narcotics and other drug paraphernalia in a plastic storage bin on a dresser in his bedroom where a child could have easily accessed them on Monday.
A Sept. 25 pretrial was set for Ashley L. Metzgar, 26, West Main Street, Washingtonville, cited with OVI second offense and a stop sign violation.