LISBON –An Oct. 4 pre-trial has been set in Municipal Court for Luis Moreno, 35, New Cumberland, W. Va., charged with OVI first offense.
An Aug. 9 pre-trial has been set for Deanna D. Moschella, East Third Street, Salem, charged with OVI first offense, expired license, failure to stop after an accident and traffic control devices. Moschella allegedly ran a stop light, striking a van before fleeing the scene. She was found by police and transported to the county jail.
Robert E. Chester, 50, Vine Avenue, Salem, was sentenced to 30 days in jail and fined $300 after being found guilty of criminal trespassing and disorderly conduct.
A Sep. 14 pre-trial was set for Dave L. Gouldsberry, 57, state Route 7, New Waterford, charged with OVI first offense and speeding.
An Aug. 30 preliminary hearing was set for Charles D. Harrison, 24, Boardman Street, New Waterford, charged with failure to comply. Harrison allegedly fled police after an attempted traffic stop on June 13. Harrison allegedly reached speeds of 90 MPH on his motorcycle in a 50 MPH zone during the pursuit, and then drove into a yard and fled on foot and hid in a wooded area before being found by police.
Jaemere Scott, 26, County Home Road, Lisbon, was charged with fleeing to avoid arrest and punishment. Scott had a warrant for his arrest in Pennsylvania and allegedly fled back to Ohio to avoid being arrested. Scott was found and arrested and extradited to Pennsylvania.
Ethan M. Helmstadter, 26, Chicago, was sentenced to two days in jail and fined $100 after being found guilty of criminal trespassing.
Daniel A. Marks, 62, Pottersville, Pa., was fined $250 after being found guilty of soliciting.
Michael A. Noble, 56, South County Road, Washingtonville, charged with domestic violence, resisting arrest, menacing and disorderly conduct, waived his right to a preliminary hearing and was bound over to the grand jury. Noble allegedly struck his girlfriend in the face and threatened to kill her if she did not move out. While en route to the jail, Noble allegedly made offensive gestures to the arresting officer and called him derogatory names.
Richard Vecchio, 59, state Route 164, Lisbon, was sentenced to 90 days in jail with credit for ten days served and fined $600 after being found guilty of resisting arrest, disorderly conduct and open container.
Constance E. Adams, Youngstown, was sentenced to 60 days in jail with credit for seven days served and fined $450 after being found guilty of soliciting, possession of criminal tools and possession of drug paraphernalia.