LISBON — In county Municipal Court, a Youngstown man was arraigned for throwing suspected drugs out the window of an apartment that was being searched by Wellsville police. Curtis J. McKinnon, 23, was arraigned on a tampering with evidence charge, and a pretrial hearing is scheduled for Thursday. Wellsville police served a search warrant at Independence Square apartments on Thursday and were clearing the rooms when an officer positioned in the yard saw McKinnon throw a baggie out a bedroom window that contained suspected cocaine.
Thomas B. Confer II, 27, Elberon Avenue, Salem, was fined $100 for possessing marijuana. He was cited by Salem police checking out a car parked at Kelly Park on Monday.
Jeffrey M. Skidmore, 39, Gromley Road, Salem, pleaded innocent to criminal trespassing charges, and a pretrial hearing is scheduled for Oct. 24. Skidmore was charged after he entered the Lisbon home of his ex-girlfriend through a first-floor window despite being told before by police he was not allowed on the property.
Danny J. Shultz, 22, state Route 164, Lisbon, pleaded guilty to theft charges, and he is scheduled to be sentenced on Oct. 15. Green formerly worked at Meadowbrook Nursery, state Route 164, Lisbon, where on Sept. 9 the following items were reported stolen from there: 90 gallons in gas, cash, SD card reader, drill bit index, quick starter, Stihl chainsaw and DeWalt cordless drill set.
Corey J. Coleman, 25, East Friend Street, Columbiana, was fined $100 for marijuana possession and his driver’s license was suspended for six months, except with certain exceptions. He was charged by Salem police checking out a car parked in Kelly Park on Monday.
Marlene F. Ball, 62, of Alliance, was charged in court with criminal trespassing, and a pretrial hearing is scheduled for Oct. 15. Ball formerly worked at the Cross Eyed Moose in Homeworth, and has been warned by the tavern manager to stay away. Witnesses reported that on June 21 Ball drove into the park lot and began walking around the property taking photographs.