Columbiana County Common Pleas

A Salem man was sentenced on Thursday in Columbiana County Common Pleas Court to 11 months in prison for receiving stolen property.

Adam L. Lodge, 25, last known address, North Lincoln Avenue, Salem, was indicted in 2016 on the receiving stolen property charge for allegedly having a Glock .40 caliber model 27 handgun with the magazine holding nine rounds of ammunition on March 3 that belonged to David Roth.

The charge is a fourth-degree felony and the sentence to is be served consecutively to his current prison sentence, which was handed down by the court after he was found in violation of his probation for a third-degree burglary charge.

The court imposed the 11 month sentence on the basis of Lodge’s “history of criminal conduct.”

He was given credit for one day served, as well as any future days while in custody awaiting transport to the Belmont Correctional Facility.

The charge also carries a lifetime weapons disability.

Sherman W. Greathouse, 37, state Route 9, Hanoverton, pleaded not guilty to four counts possession of drugs and receiving stolen property during an arraignment. A recognizance bond was set at $25,000. Greathouse was charged for his alleged role in a break-in at 107 Pinewood Drive in New Waterford in 2014 following the execution of a search warrant by police at the apartment.

Lucas W. Taucher, 24, Lake Avenue, Salem, was found in violation of his probation for receiving stolen property charge. He was sentenced to community control until Sept. 18, 2018.

Brandon J. Zeppernick, 24, Carbon Hill Road, East Palestine, was also found in violation of his probation for trafficking in drugs charge. He was sentenced to community control until Sept. 2, 2019.

Tye W. Mattern, 31, Echo Dell Road, East Liverpool, had counts eight, nine, 22 and 25 of his indictment dismissed and was released from his bond. Charges dismissed were for trafficking in drugs and possession of drugs. He was originally charged by the county grand jury in January with 19 counts of possession of drugs, five counts of trafficking in drugs and one count of intimidation of a witness, all from 2016.

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