Common Pleas Reports for 1-7

Melissa S. Mills, 29, West Pershing Street, Salem, stipulated in Columbiana County Common Pleas Court to violating her probation on previous convictions of receiving stolen property and forgery. She was sentenced to 11 months in the Marysville Reformatory for Women, but credited with 157 days in jail previously served.

The charges stemmed from Mills taking a check belonging to Brittany N. Adair and attempting to cash it at Consumers National Bank in Salem on April 18, 2011.

Alissa J. McTheny, 36, of Toronto, pleaded to possession of drugs for less than five grams of cocaine on May 17. She faces up to 12 months in prison, a five-year drivers license suspension and a $2,500 fine. Sentencing was set for March 6.

New Cases

Stephanie McCoy, East Liverpool, vs. Jason McCoy Sr., New Cumberland, W.Va., divorce sought.

Bank of New York Mellon vs. Sandra J. Glass, Salem, foreclosure sought for property on Ridge Road, East Rochester.

Docket Entries

U.S. Bank vs. Ronald G. Potts, et al., previously ordered foreclosure canceled, case dismissed.

U.S. Bank vs. Carolyn and Jimmy Pitts, et al., case reactivated.

Huntington Bank vs. Briann L. Bycroft, et al., foreclosure ordered for property on West Martin Street, East Palestine.

Keith A. Hilderbrand, Hanoverton, and Chrystal A. Hilderbrand, Hanoverton, dissolution granted.

University of Akron vs. Scott L. Brundage, defendant ordered to pay plaintiff, $10,000 plus collection costs of $6,014 and interest of $988.