Columbiana County Grand Jury Reports for 4-21
A New Waterford couple are charged with nine counts each of receiving stolen property, all first-degree misdemeanors. Jessica M. Greathouse, 30, and Sherman W. Greathouse III, 34, both of Pinewood Drive, New Waterford, are accused of having a large list stolen items in their home in late February and early March.
The items include a set of walkie talkies, two cameras, headphones, a PS2 controller and jewelry belonging to Whitney Troskey. Additionally, the items include miscellaneous jewelry belonging to Nancy Kurpley, a television and Xbox 360 and controller belonging to Dick Sachs, a television and jewelry belonging to Joyce Ward and a set of blue shutters and horse decoration belonging to Christen Ellyson.
Finally, the couple reportedly had a television and remote belonging to Leslie Little; a pair of men’s Carolina boots and a Thirtyone bag belonging to Christy Wallace; a box of syringes, Nintendo DS, Ryobi saw, Ryobi driver, two Ryobi chargers and two batteries belonging to Pat Baker; and an Xbox 360 belonging to Brenda Sorgman.
Anthony J. Williams, also known as Ace, 23, Youngstown, is charged with trafficking in drugs, possession of drugs with a forfeiture specification, having a weapon while under a disability, receiving stolen property and bribery. Williams is accused of selling less than a gram of heroin in the vicinity of a child on Nov. 7, 2013, and having less than a gram of heroin in his possession on Feb. 14, along with $481. On Feb. 14 he also reportedly had a Stallard Arms 9mm pistol in his conviction, while he has a robbery conviction in Franklin County in October 2010. Additionally, it is believed the gun was obtained through a theft offense. Finally, he is accused of attempting to corrupt Lisbon patrolman Brett Grabman on Feb. 20.
Rowdy J. Fickes, 48, St. Clair Avenue, East Liverpool, is charged with domestic violence for allegedly harming Kim Fickes-Davis on March 5 and having three previous domestic violence convictions.
Kevin E. Kirby, 39, North Market Street, Lisbon, is charged with two counts of possession of drugs for allegedly having both oxycodone and cocaine in his possession on March 14.
David L. A. Pastore, 31, and Jamie M. Pastore, 26, both of Union Street, Washingtonville, are both charged with possession of drugs, illegal possession of chemicals for the manufacturing of drugs and illegal manufacturing of drugs for allegedly making methamphetamines on Jan. 17.
Jamie Pastore is charged with another count of possession of drugs for allegedly having heroin on Jan. 17 and receiving stolen property for allegedly having an iPad belonging to Jennifer Seachrist.
Cruz M. Franklin, 25, Wood Alley, East Liverpool, was served a secret indictment for breaking and entering for allegedly trespassing in the garage of George Wright, Carolina Avenue, East Liverpool, to commit a theft on March 3.
Ronald A. McKay, 52, North Pleasant Drive, East Palestine, was served a secret indictment for both possession of drugs and cultivation of marijuana. McKay was allegedly found to have between 1,000 and 5,000 grams of marijuana, which he was cultivating on Oct. 7, 2013.
Brandi A. Richards, 32, St. Jacob-Logtown Road, Lisbon, was served a secret indictment for theft for allegedly taking between $7,500 and $150,000 from the Village Plaza Lisbon Sparkle between January 2012 and January 2014. The charge is a fourth-degree felony.
David W. Pugh, 68, Michigan Avenue, East Liverpool, was served a secret indictment for possession of drugs for allegedly having less than five grams of cocaine on Dec. 3, 2012.
Mitzi S. Stoddard, 24, Ravine Street, East Liverpool, was served a secret indictment for possession of drugs for allegedly having less than five grams of cocaine on Aug. 24, 2013.
Linda L. Weyand, 47, Chaffin Avenue, East Liverpool, was served a secret indictment for possession of drugs for allegedly having less than five grams of cocaine on Sept. 5, 2013.
Columbiana County Grand Jury Reports for 4-21
A 17-year-old Leetonia boy was cited into Columbiana County Juvenile Court for allegedly threatening to punch his teacher at the Columbiana County Opportunity Center on April 3. Additionally, the boy used profanities and refused to stop on the same date.
A 16-year-old Salem girl was cited with violating her probation by not meeting with her probation officer on March 18 and April 8, staying out past curfew several times, continuing to associate with people she has been ordered not to be around and being truant from school on several days.