LISBON — Jonathan Post, 33, Taylor Road, Negley, was sentenced two 120 days in jail with credit for 11 days served, had his license suspended for one year and fined $430 after being found guilty in municipal court of obstructing official business, possession of a drug abuse instrument, driving under OVI suspension, failure to stop at a stop sign, failure to stop after an accident and failure to wear a seat belt.
An Aug. 26 pretrial was set for Richard A. Monigold II, 41, Ocelot Road, Salineville, charged with possession of a drug abuse instrument, failure to control and driving under suspension. On Wednesday, sheriff deputies were dispatched to Malone Road for a drug overdose. Monigold was found in his vehicle and was given Narcan. A used syringe was on the dashboard of the vehicle and was collected as evidence.
An Oct. 12 pretrial was set for Larry A. Smith, 34, Painesville, charged with possessing criminal tools, advertising of massage services and soliciting.
A Sep. 27 pretrial was set for Shelly L. Joiner, 34, New Philadelphia, charged with OVI first offense, failure to stop after an accident and speed. On July 24, Joiner allegedly struck a horse and buggy with her vehicle while traveling on state Route 14. Joiner fled the scene and was later found by police and was determined to be intoxicated.
A Nov. 15 pretrial has been set for Eric Lee Davis, 45, Youngstown, charged with violation of chapter rules. Davis allegedly failed to connect to an accessible sanitary sewage system on June 28, 2019.
An Aug. 19 preliminary hearing was set for Jeremy M. Quear, 41, Wapum, charged with compelling prostitution, attempted and possessing criminal tools. Quear allegedly replied to an advertisement posted by the Mahoning Valley Human Trafficking Task Force. Quear allegedly replied to the post and offered money in exchanged for sexual activity with a 37-year-old woman and her 15-year-old daughter. Quear was taken into custody when he arrived at the designated meeting location and was found in possession of the cell phone used to arrange the sexual acts.
Brigit Y. Young, 52, Hawley Avenue, Salem, was sentenced to 180 days in jail with 177 days suspension due to a community control order and fined $300 after being found guilty of theft.
An Sep. 23 pretrial was set for Brock D. Menough, 35, East Sixth Street, Salem, charged with misconduct at an emergency and obstructing official business. On Aug. 4, Menough allegedly failed to follow police commands to move out of an emergency scene for the safety of officers, firefighters and the public.
Rachel M. Hill. 32, East Euclid Street, Salem, was sentenced to 90 days in jail and fined $200 after being found guilty of theft.
A Sep. 16 pretrial was set for Ashley L. Davis, 32, Youngstown, charged with obstructing official business, driving under suspension and transfer of registration of a vehicle. On Tuesday, Davis allegedly failed to supply a sheriff deputy with her ID or social security number during a traffic stop.
Megan R. Leonard, 19, Youngstown, was sentenced to 30 days in jail and fined $350 after being found guilty of underage OVI and speeding.
A Sep. 21 pretrial was set for Charlene M. Sias, 54, Elkton Road, Lisbon, charged with possession of a drug abuse instrument and driving under suspension. On Aug. 10, Sias was allegedly found in possession of a hypodermic syringe during a traffic stop.
A Sep. 9 preliminary hearing was set for Christina L. Faulk, Andrews Avenue, Salem, charged with breaking and entering. On July 26, Faulk allegedly broke into a Lisbon home and removed several items.
Kenneth J. Adams, 37, East Euclid Avenue, Salem, was sentenced to 90 days in jail and fined $200 after being found guilty of theft.
Eric S. McFarland, 42, West Lincoln Way, Lisbon, was sentenced to 30 days in jail with credit for 23 days served and fined $250 after being found guilty of domestic violence and disorderly conduct.
A Sep. 30 pretrial was set for Kristopher J. Cibula, 30, Hazel Run Road, Salineville, charged with possession of drug paraphernalia. On Wednesday, Cibula was allegedly found in possession of a pipe and a light bulb while being arrest for another offense.