LISBON — In County Municipal Court, Jonathan M. Pullie, 45, Broadway, Wellsville, was bound over to the grand jury on a burglary charge for allegedly entering the home of Mayor Nancy Murray in Wellsville, where he reportedly was found standing above her when she awoke due to her dog barking on Sept. 19.

Ricardo Gonzalez Jr., 30, Bye Road, East Palestine, was bound over to the grand jury on charges of felonious assault and failure to comply. Gonzalez allegedly came too after being passed out behind the wheel, started to back up his vehicle despite being ordered to stop numerous times, nearly struck Deputy B.N. Deack, striking his police cruiser instead and then fled at a high rate of speed. A Nov. 5 pretrial was set for Gonzalez, who also was cited with driving under suspension and improper backing from the same alleged incident on Bye Road on Aug. 8.

Additionally, Gonzalez was credited with eight days served and sentenced to an additional 52 days in jail for drug paraphernalia and obstructing official business for having a crack pipe in a vehicle he was riding in and running away from the passenger seat on Aug. 21, when he had several warrants.

James A. Hiles, 29, Cleveland, was bound over to the grand jury on charges of receiving stolen property, falsification, possessing drug abuse instruments, obstructing official business and drug paraphernalia. Hiles was charge after allegedly driving in a vehicle in Salem on Oct. 12, which had been reported stolen in Canton; refusing to follow police commands when they stopped him; giving police a false name; and having both a syringe and a plastic bag containing suspected methamphetamines.

Jordan Z. Thurmond, 29, Elmside Street, Alliance, a former employee of the county jail was bound over to the grand jury on charges of illegal conveyance of prohibited items. Thurmond was charged with allegedly bringing a package containing two pills marked amphetamines, two pills marked oxycodone, a bottle of marijuana, a lighter and smoking tobacco in his backpack.

Charles R. Wilke, 25, homeless, East Liverpool, was credited with three days served, sentenced to an additional 22 days in jail and fined $500 for two counts of assault for hitting another inmate Nicholas Ohanlon in the face multiple times on Sept. 19 and hitting another inmate, Jacob Martin, in the face at the jail on Sept. 7.

Jordan L. Slabaugh, 35, Firestone Avenue, Columbiana, was credited with three days served for counseling, sentenced to an additional three days in jail, fined $925, had his license suspended for a year and required 30 hours community service for OVI first offense and marked lanes.

A Nov. 30 pretrial was set for Adreana L. Smith, 28, Akron, cited with OVI first offense, speeding, a seat belt violation, possession of marijuana, open container, a child restraint violation and endangering children for allegedly having five children in the vehicle between the ages of 11 months and 10-years-old on Oct. 19.

Jerry D. Burroughs, 25, Canal Fulton, was fined $300 and required 80 hours of community service for failure to control and reckless operation amended from OVI.

A Dec. 3 pretrial was set for Jonathan H. White, 36, Wick Street, Salineville, cited with complicity to commit theft for allegedly assisting another person to conceal items to leave the Ace Hardware in Columbiana without paying on Sept. 16.

A Nov. 19 pretrial was set for James G. Patrick, 38, Township Line Road, Wellsville, charged with resisting arrest and obstructing official business for allegedly attempting to drop items onto the ground and fight with deputies before being tased on after deputies were called to a complaint involving a large bon fire and explosion on Friday.

Brent T. Durk, 26, Aetna Street, Salem, was fined $1,050, credited with seven days in jail and sentenced to an additional 83 days in jail for escape, two counts of obstructing official business, resisting arrest, disorderly conduct and drug paraphernalia. On Sept. 17, Durk was allegedly the passenger in a vehicle belonged in a pursuit, when a camo bag containing a baggie with a crystal-like substance in it between the two seats. He reportedly refused to put his feet into the police cruiser to prevent the door from being closed and kicked the officer in the thigh, getting back out of the vehicle and being taken to the ground. Then Durk allegedly hid his face and went into the basement of a Sharp Street home when police knocked on the door on Oct. 15, refused to come out when ordered to do so and then screamed obscenities outside while being placed in the cruiser.

Jordan McMillan, 26, Cunningham Road, Salem, was fined $400, credited with 15 days in jail for aggravated menacing and criminal mischief. On Sept. 27, McMillan allegedly threatened to shoot Jessica L. Lasater at Randy Newberry’s home and took a hatchet to both taillights of Lasater’s vehicle before throwing it through the passenger side window.

A Dec. 1 pretrial was set for Kaylee Schrecengost, 34, Pearl Street, Columbiana, cited with driving under suspension.

Gage A. Gough, 26, Echo Dell Road, East Liverpool, was fined $200 for driving under suspension.

Nicholas Ryan Paxon, 19, Whinnery Road, Hanoverton, was fined $150 for following too close and possession of marijuana.

A citation for restrictions on issuance of license against Gage Kieran Walker, 20, West Sixth Street, East Liverpool, was dismissed.


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