LISBON — A Leetonia woman was bound over to the county grand jury for possible indictment during action Friday in Columbiana County Municipal Court.
Kimberly S. Reash, 57, Pine Street, Leetonia, was bound over on charges of burglary and assaulting a police officer. According to court records, Reash kicked in the door at 135 Ridge St., Leetonia, on Nov. 29. After being taken to the police department, she began kicking cabinets and desks before throwing chairs at officers. She was also charged with resisting arrest and disorderly conduct.
In other court action, Nathan L. Kapp, 28, of East Liverpool, pleaded innocent to OVI and speeding charges, and a pretrial hearing was scheduled for Jan. 8. Kapp was cited following a traffic stop on Y & O Road, Madison Township, at 4:36 p.m. Dec. 2.
Christopher D. Wilson, 22, of Kent, pleaded innocent to hunting deer without a permit, and a pretrial hearing is scheduled for Feb. 21. A state wildlife officer came across Wilson and a friend hunting on property owned by the Rosebud Mining Co. near Kensington on Nov. 11. Wilson was holding cocked crossbow but claimed to be helping his friend hunt.
A trial date of Jan. 15 was scheduled in the case of Breanne N. Little, 31, Brenda Lane, Columbiana, who is charged with stealing $50 in antique coins from the same residence in March.
A pretrial hearing is scheduled for Jan. 17 in the case of Cagney A. Springer, 29, of Wellsville, who is charged with stealing the cellphone of another inmate while incarcerated at the county jail on Nov. 29.
Assault charges were dismissed by the prosecutor’s office against Allen C. Jackson, 26, of Cleveland, who was accused of knocking out fellow county jail inmate Aaron Pierson on Nov. 27. The unconscious Pierson was taken by ambulance to a local hospital to be examined. According to court documents, Jackson assaulted Pierson after he refused Jackson’s demand he “convey suboxone” into the jail.
The case of Maynard L. Clark, 50, of Columbiana, is scheduled for a review hearing on Dec. 31. Clark is wanted in Texas for violating his parole, and the Lone Star State is seeking his extradition from Ohio.
Madelyn M. Coxwell, 32, of Beloit, was fined $150 after being found guilty of four counts of failing to confine her dogs. Three incidents occurred on the same day in February and the other in June.
Wesley D. Clark, 28, of Columbiana, pleaded innocent to possessing drug paraphernalia charges, and a pretrial hearing is scheduled for Feb. 7. Clark was cited by Salem police on Aug. 23 after alleging being found in possession of a marijuana pipe.
Abigail L. White, 37, of Canton, was fined $300 after being found guilty of possessing marijuana, possessing drug paraphernalia and having an open container of alcohol in a motor vehicle. She was cited following a traffic stop in Lisbon on Dec. 3.
Joshua B. Peterson, 28, of Salem, was bound over to the county jail for indictment on a robbery charges. He is accused of forcibly taking car keys and a cellphone from relatives while at their home on Hartley Road, Knox Township, on Nov. 29.