East Liverpool Municipal
In Municipal Court Thursday, Crystal Jones, 48, 5th Avenue, was fined $150, sentenced to 90 days, 60 suspended, and placed on probation two years for prohibitions concerning companion animals. She is also prohibited from possessing any companion animals after having left her 15-year-old golden retriever, Ducky, go without food or veterinarian care, resulting in the dog having to be euthanized after being seized by the dog warden due to her deteriorated condition.
Chelsea R. Baker, 27, Main Street, Wellsville, was fined $200, sentenced to 30 days, 27 suspended, and placed on probation two years for driving under suspension, third offense. For left of center, she was fined $50.
Jenny L. Olmstead, 41, Avondale Street, was sentenced to 119 days for making false alarms.
Trisha A. Hartley, 36, Grant Street, Newell, W.Va., was fined $100, sentenced to 90 days, 85 suspended, and placed on probation three years for obstructing official business. For driving under suspension, she was fined $250 and for defective exhaust, $30.
Shawn P. Warren, 42, Grant Street, was fined $150, sentenced to 90 days, 60 suspended, and placed on probation three years for resisting arrest. He was fined $150 for obstructing official business. He had 36 hours of community service imposed in lieu of the fines.
Jacob T. Casciato, 31, Darlington, Pa., was fined $150, sentenced to 180 days, 150 suspended, and placed on probation three years, each, on three counts of theft. He was fined $30, each, for expired plates and improper display.
Jury trials were set for Michelle A. Dellapenna, 56, McKinnon Avenue, charged with passing bad checks, May 17; Robert K. Barrett, 33, W. Ninth Street, charged with receiving stolen property, March 15; and for David W. Pugh, 72, Michigan Avenue, charged with aggravated menacing, June 7.
n Pretrials were scheduled for Travis L. Keener, 31, Avondale Street, charged with obstructing official business, possession of drug paraphernalia and two counts of theft, March 29; and Sarah E. Bigelow, 28, Macrum Street, no operator’s license and required lights, April 5.