LISBON — In County Municipal Court, Jasmine M. Jackson, 22, Youngstown, was bound over to the grand jury for a tampering with evidence charge after waiving her rights to a preliminary hearing. She is accused of shoving drugs up a vaginal cavity on Jan. 3 to hide them from authorities during a traffic stop. Jackson also was fined $200 and required 40 hours community service for driving under FRA suspension and speeding.

Mason A. Taylor, 18, Oakmont Avenue, East Liverpool, was fined $550, credited with 26 days served, sentenced to an additional 19 days in jail and required 30 hours community service for underage consumption, resisting arrest, disorderly conduct, criminal damaging and driving under suspension. On Sept. 16, Taylor was standing on a picnic table at Centennial Park in Salem, yelling profanities at multiple people and attempting to pull away from police. A restitution hearing was scheduled for Feb. 28 in the criminal damaging case for tires slashed on a vehicle belonging to Karen Brightwell in East Palestine on Jan. 11.