Highway Patrol Reports for 6-20
Jeffrey D. Balint, 60, Woodworth Road, New Springfield, was driving a semi truck owned by Clacier Hills Trucking LLC., New Springfield, southbound on state Routes 39 and 164 in Washington Township at 12:50 p.m. Thursday when David C. Earich, 27, Jefferson Street, Salineville, reportedly went left of center on a bend. Earich struck the semi and then went off the left side of the roadway striking a guardrail. The semi also drove off the left side of the roadway. Earich was cited with marked lanes and transported by Tri County Ambulance to East Liverpool City Hospital with minor injuries.
Jessica M. Fotheringham, 17, Sebring, was northbound on Knox School Road in Knox Township at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday and failed to stop at a sign and was struck by Travis J. Harsh, 34, Louisville, who was eastbound on Georgetown Road. Fotheringham was cited for stop sign and taken to Alliance Hospital with minor injuries.
Nick Rhodes, 40, West Main Street, East Palestine, was northbound on state Route 170 in Unity Township at 8:51 a.m. Saturday and went off the right side into an embankment and a tree. He was cited for failure to control.
Michelle Lee Janoski, 21, Bye Road, East Palestine, was southbound on state Route 170 in Middleton Township at 6:30 a.m. Sunday and hit a deer.
Jacob P. Rose, 14, Hanselman Road, Homeworth, was southbound on Homeworth Avenue in Knox Township at 5:30 p.m. Sunday and a bale spear loosened from the vehicle and gouged the road causing the tractor to go off the right side into a ditch.
James M. Bray, 50, Amsterdam Road, Salineville, was southbound on state Route 644 in Franklin Township at 7:10 a.m. Monday and was sideswiped by a vehicle driven by Kimberly L. Woodford, 39, Jefferson Street, Salineville, who was northbound and went left of center. She was cited for lanes of travel.
David B. Good, 45, New Springfield, was northbound on state Route 165 in Unity Township at 1 p.m. Monday and reportedly swerved to avoid a deer and went off the right side into a guardrail. She was cited for failure to control.