Columbiana County Municipal Court for 6-10
In Columbiana County Municipal Court Monday, a June 16 preliminary hearing was set for Robert J. Ketchum Jr., 26, East Perry Street, Salem, charged with receiving stolen property for allegedly driving on Bethel Drive in Perry Township on Sunday in a vehicle which had been reported stolen on May 30. A pretrial was also set for June 16 for Ketchum, who is additionally cited with driving under suspension, a traffic control device violation and an expired temporary tag.
A June 16 preliminary hearing was set for Michael P. Souers, 26, East Pershing Street, Salem, charged with theft for allegedly taking a purse from an elderly woman in the alley behind Troll’s Jewelry, East State Street, Salem, on Friday. Several people were reportedly holding Souers down when Salem police arrived.
Keith E. Good, 44, Prospect Street extension, Salem, was fined $900, had his license suspended for six months, required 50 hours community service and sentenced to three days in jail for OVI first offense, traffic control devices and drug paraphernalia.
Terry A. Hughes II, 33, state Route 170, Negley, was fined $790 and required 80 hours community service for speeding, a seat belt violation, a child restraint violation, open container, a stop sign violation and two counts driving under suspension.
Jonathan Mitchell, 31, Scroggs Road, Lisbon, was fined $700, had his license suspended for 180 days, required 28 hours community service and required three days in school for OVI first offense and marked lanes.
Charles A. Sine, 44, North Lincoln Avenue, Salem, was fined $400, credited with two days in jail and ordered to pay $1.49 in restitution to Sparkle in Salem for theft, resisting arrest and disorderly conduct. Sine was intoxicated inside the Sparkle on Feb. 22, opened and consumed a can of Goya Jalapeno Peppers and refused to comply with orders to stop.
Gay L. Kirchner, 52, Valley Road, Salem, was fined $150, required 40 hours community service and credited with one day served in jail for theft for taking bottled water on several occasions and consuming it while inside the Walmart in Salem. The total for the bottled water was nearly $51.