Common Pleas Reports for 9-4

An East Liverpool woman was sent to prison after getting convicted of additional charges while on probation for drug trafficking.

Christie L. Thrasher, 32, of West Fourth Street, was sentenced by Columbiana County Common Pleas Court Scott Washam to three years in prison after previously pleading guilty to two counts of selling drugs and one count of drug possesion.

Thrasher’s sentence was ordered served at the same time as a six-month sentence for violating her probation. She was on probation from a 2010 drug trafficking charge when she was indicted on the additional drug charges in 2012.

She received mandatory credit for 166 days spent in the county jail on the charges.

New Cases

Alicia R. Kaufman of Columbiana v. Richard E. Kaufman IV of Leetonia; divorce sought.

Donald Rudder of Hammondsville and Patricia Rudder of Hammondsville; dissolution sought.

Katherine Flowers of Rogers v. Timothy Flowers of Hammondsville; divorce sought.

U.S. Bank National Association v. Timothy and Amy Little, et al; foreclosure sought against property on Givens Road, Wellsville.

Douglas and Valerie Weingart of Canfield v. Andrew J. Wright of Leetonia, Lucas A. Buckel of Leetonia, Allstate Insurance and Hartford Insurance; lawsuit over September 2011 traffic accident on state Route 14 in Salem; $25,000-plus in damages sought.

Richard McClemore of East Palestine and Keith Heldreth of Canfield v. Shane Cress of Streetsboro and John Does 1-10; lawsuit over October 2011 traffic accident on state Route 7 in Fairfield Township; $25,000-plus in damages sought.

Thomas Price of Salem v. Conseco Finance Servicing; court order seeking quiet title to property in question and court order barring Conseco from making any claims against the property.

Elaine and Michael Ferguson of Leetonia V. Paul W. Duncan of East Liverpool; lawsuit over September 2011 accident on state Route 45 in Salem; $25,000-plus in damages sought.

Docket Entries

Chowder Gas Storage Facility v. Ohio Buckeye Energy LLC; lawsuit settled.

Bank of New York v. Brad S. Luxeuil, et al; foreclosed property withdrawn from sheriff’s sale by bank.