In Columbiana County Common Pleas Court probation against Rachel Lawson was dishonorably terminated and she was sentenced to nine months in Marysville Reformatory for Women. She was credited with 49 days served. Lawson, 22, Independence Square, Wellsville, had been previously convicted of theft for having a bank card belonging to Rebecca Meredith in 2009.
n Probation against Andrew P. Sarna III, 33, Seigler Road, Salineville, was dishonorably terminated and he was sentenced to six months in jail for a previous breaking and entering conviction. Sarna's new sentence is to run at the same time as one he his currently serving in the Mahoning County Jail. His previous conviction was for breaking into another Seigler Road home and taking coins, a knife and watches in 2008.
The grand jury in late November issued no bills of indictment for Gerald E. Greathouse and Brian Buckley.
Greathouse, 60, 18th Street Heights, Wellsville, according to Municipal Court documents, was accused of felonious assault after reportedly admitting to deputies that he shot Gideon Gordon and added the statement that he should have killed him.
Buckley, 19, Wood Street, East Palestine, had been accused of domestic violence for allegedly pinning Erin Quinones to a bed.
Cory S. Witherow, 26, Steubenville Pike, Lisbon, pleaded guilty in Columbiana County Common Pleas Court to theft, eight counts receiving stolen property and eight counts forgery.
According to court documents, on Aug. 7, Witherow took a pickup belonging to Trevor Neeham and sold it to Six Recycling for $300. In July and August, Witherow had eight checks belonging to another Rhea Tedrow, which he wrote for a total of $1,160. He faces up to 17 and a half years in prison and a fine of $5,000.
Matthew J. Crowl, 24, last known address South Lundy Lane, Salem, pleaded guilty to possession of drugs and two counts of failure to appear. Court documents indicate Crowl had heroin in a loaded syringe in his vehicle center console on Aug. 16, 2011. He then failed to appear in court on June 18 and Aug. 27. He faces up to 12 months in prison and a $2,500 fine and a five-year license suspension. Sentencing is set for Feb. 8.
Jennifer L. Beers, East Palestine, vs. Robert Beers Jr., East Palestine, divorce sought.
Jeffrey M. McCartney, Salem, and Melissa R. McCartney, Leetonia, dissolution sought.
Regina Marie Miller vs. Jacob Adam Delong, divorce sought.
Columbiana County Treasurer vs. John Collier, et al., foreclosure sought for delinquent taxes for property in Hanover Township.
Columbiana County Treasurer vs. Joseph and Theresa Molnar, co-trustees, et al., foreclosure sought for delinquent taxes for property in Knox Township.
Columbiana County Treasurer vs. CTM Construction LLC., et al., foreclosure sought for delinquent taxes for property on U.S. Route 30, Kensington.
Columbiana County Treasurer vs. Mabel I. Thomas, et al., foreclosure ordered for delinquent taxes for property on Creek Road, New Waterford.
Columbiana County Treasurer vs. Joyce G. Wyand, et al., case dismissed.
Kelli S. Harding, Leetonia, vs. Mark E. Harding, Columbiana, divorce granted.
Todd Stillerman, et al., vs. Richard E. Bissell, et al., case settled and dismissed.
U.S. Bank vs. Robert M. Kranek, et al., foreclosure ordered for property on Woodland Avenue, Columbiana.
United States of America through Rural Development vs. James A. Coleman, et al., foreclosure ordered for property on Elberon Avenue, Salem.
Brandi J. Pitts vs. Thomas W. Walton, defendant filed bankruptcy, case on hold.
Huntington National Bank vs. Brian Paul Madison, et al., foreclosure ordered for property on Kennedy Drive, Salem.
Wells Fargo Bank vs. Richard W. Hartline, et al., foreclosure ordered for property on Jupiter Drive, Wellsville.
Huntington National Bank vs. Donald M. Kirk, et al., foreclosure ordered for property on Metz Road, New Waterford.
Huntington National Bank vs. Household Realty Corp., foreclosure ordered for property on Sidehill Road, East Liverpool.
Kaitlyn Alexis Jones, East Liverpool, vs. Nathaniel Clayman Jones, East Liverpool, dissolution granted.
Tammy Marie Vickroy, Salem, vs. Jeffrey David Vickroy, Salineville, dissolution granted.