Common Pleas for 6-19
Ashley L. Reid, 29, Steubenville, pleaded guilty to two counts possession of drugs for having heroin and cocaine on April 12, 2013. The maximum sentence she could be facing is 24 months in prison, a 12-month license suspension and a $5,000 fine. Sentencing is set for Aug. 8.
Casey L. Thomas, 38, Cleveland Avenue, East Liverpool, was found to have violated the terms of her probation from convictions on April 10, 2008 of theft and receiving stolen property. According to court documents she stole various drugs from Maple-Cotton EMS on Aug. 27, 2007 and had a credit card belonging to Domenic Pesutti on July 6, 2007. After the conviction she was placed on four years probation. On Friday, she was sentenced to six months in prison, but then granted credit for more than 180 days already served in jail. She was released.
Anthony J. Pugliano Jr., 35, Mohican Trail, Negley, who has served 148 days of an 180-day jail sentence, was granted early release. Pugliano was convicted of assault for punching Larry White in the face in Tony’s Bar on Feb. 17, 2013.
Richard Parrish, 42, Maple Street, Lisbon, pleaded guilty to felonious assault and aggravated menacing. He faces a maximum sentence of eight and a half years in prison and a $16,000 fine. Sentencing is set for Aug. 22. Parrish reportedly harmed Allen Ingledue with a knife leaving him with a lacerated eyelid and a cut on both his arm and abdomen on Dec. 2 . On the same date he is accused of threatening to harm Gary Holloway or a member of his family.
Kaylinde Rae Stansbury, 31, Old Fredericktown Road, East Liverpool, stipulated to violating her probation on a prior theft conviction. Her probation was continued, but she was ordered to serve an indefinite sentence at the Eastern Ohio Correction Center as part of her probation. Stansbury had stolen a diamond and miscellaneous jewelry from Ashley Martin in October and November 2011 and pleaded guilty to a theft charge. She had been found eligible for intervention in lieu of conviction and was placed on the program for five years.
Shawn Koontz, 54, Mick Road, Wellsville, pleaded guilty to three counts of possession of drugs for psilocyn, hydrocodone and diazepam he had on May 26, 2013. He faces up to two years in prison, a 10-year license suspension and a possible $4,500 fine. Sentencing is set for Aug. 18.
A Wellsville man pleaded guilty to OVI during action in Columbiana County Pleas Court.
Jimmy Kellogg, 72, of Main Street, is scheduled to be sentenced on Aug. 18 after pleading guilty as charged to OVI, while a secondary OVI offense was dismissed.
Kellogg was cited for drunk driving following a traffic stop on Teegarden Road in September 2011. The charge was a felony because this was his sixth such offense in the past 20 years.
In other court action, Judge C. Ashley Pike dismissed a probation violation motion filed against a West Virginia woman who was on probation for drug possession.
Valerie A. Gilmer, 36, of Newell, was sentenced in February to five years probation/treatment after pleading guilty to the charge. Charges were filed after she was found with crack pipe containing cocaine following a traffic stop in East Liverpool 2012.
According to court records, Gilmer tested positive for benodiazepines, marijuana and cocaine when tested by the probation department a month after being sentenced. At her probation revocation hearing, defense attorney James Hartford noted his client had a prescription for benzodiazepines and denied having either marijuana or cocaine in her system at that time.
Part way during the testimony of a probation officer, Hartford made a motion to dismiss the alleged violation due to insufficient evidence, and Pike granted his request. The judge then ordered Gilmer to be tested immediately.
Barbara L. Lewis, Salem, and Jeffrey A. Lewis, Salem, dissolution sought.
Consumers National Bank vs. James D. Kessler, Salem, $151,067 plus interest sought for alleged debt owed.
Vincent M. Kuhancek, Salem, and Marsha L. Kuhancek, Alliance, dissolution sought.
Michael D. Powell, New Waterford, vs. Cindy J. Powell, New Castle, Pa., divorce sought.
William C. Winans, Salem, vs. Ford Motor Co., et al., excess of $25,000 sought plus interest for alleged faulty vehicle purchased and breech of warranty.
David A. Flynn Inc., Columbiana, vs. American Steel LLC, et al., $181,500 sought for alleged compensatory damages and punitive damages for alleged problems with a building constructed by defendant.
HSBC Mortgage Services v. Brian and Elizabeth Cole, et al; foreclosure sought against property on Longs Church Road, East Liverpool.
Theresa Jones, East Liverpool, vs. Robert C. Jones, Salineville, divorce granted.
Heidi Delauder, East Liverpool, and Thomas Delauder Jr., Wellsville, dissolution granted.
Jennifer Needs, Salem, vs. Duane D. Needs, Salineville, dissolution granted.
Christopher J. Mayhew, Salem, and Amanda M. Mayhew, Salem, dissolution granted.
County Treasurer vs. Nancy J. Wilson, et al., payment plant completed, foreclosure case dismissed.
County Treasurer vs. Joseph A. Smitha, et al., foreclosure ordered for property on Shelby Road, Lisbon.
JPMorgan Chase Bank vs. Scot D. Oliver, et al., property withdrawn from sheriff’s sale.
Nationstar Mortgage LLC vs. Kristin L. Kornbau, et al., previously ordered foreclosure cancelled, case dismissed.
Peter C. Johnson Jr. vs. Larry Brogan, et al., case settled and dismissed.