In Columbiana County Municipal Court Thursday, preliminary hearings were set for two people accused of having firearms at the Foxes Den shortly after midnight on New Years Day.
A Jan. 8 preliminary hearing was set for Joshua R. Smith, 30, Tippecanoe, who is charged with illegal possession of a firearm in a liquor establishment after he allegedly pointed a loaded handgun at the abdominal area of Robert C. Reynolds in a threatening manner while inside the night club. Additionally, a Jan. 8 pretrial was set for Smith for charges of aggravated menacing and obstruction of official business.
Two handguns were reportedly found in the purse of Kathryn L. Fisher, 32, Washington Avenue, Salem, who was driving the vehicle Smith was riding in when police stopped them in the parking lot. A Jan. 8 preliminary hearing was set for Fisher, who is charged with illegal possession of a firearm in a liquor establishment. A pretrial was scheduled the same date on a weapons while intoxicated charge.
A Jan. 8 preliminary hearing and court trial was set for Derek M. Blair, 23, Oak Street, Salem. Blair is charged with a fifth-degree felony possession of drugs, for four grams of cocaine reportedly found during a search of his vehicle. Additionally, he is charged with possession of marijuana, possession of instruments to ingest or inhale a controlled substance and a seat belt violation.
Eric C. Travis, 30, Crestview Road, Leetonia, was fined $975, sentenced to 10 days in jail and had his license suspended for 270 days for failure to control, no helmet and OVI first offense amended from second offense.
Joshua Ryan Ayers, 22, Aliquippa, Pa., was fined $925, had his license suspended for 180 days, required 30 hours community service and sentenced to three days in jail for OVI first offense, speeding, drug paraphernalia and possession instruments to ingest or inhale a controlled substance. A seat belt citation was dismissed.
Jewel Reed, 25, Scott Mill Road, Rogers, was fined $550 and credited with three days in jail served for resisting arrest, violating a protection order and persistent disorderly conduct amended from domestic violence.
Jason E. Cope, 37, Silliman Street, New Waterford, was fined $300, required 40 hours community service and sentenced to 52 remaining days in jail for two counts of domestic violence to injuries to his wife and step-daughter. He additionally had his license suspended for 180 days for possession of marijuana. A Feb. 7 pretrial was set for Cope for eight counts of passing bad checks.
Albert E. Miller Jr., 29, East Clark Street, East Palestine, was fined $250 and credited with 20 days served for assault for kicking a door in causing it to strike Jackie Cruz, choking her and pushing her down the basement steps.
Teresa S. Cassinger, 35, East Fourth street, Salem, was fined $250 and credited with two days served for domestic violence for throwing a statue at her boyfriend striking him in the head.
Jason A. Snay, 37, East Chestnut Street, Lisbon, was fined $150 for driving without a valid license amended from failure to reinstate a license.
Michelle M. Humans, 33, Struthers, was fined $150 for driving under suspension and a stop sign violation. A citation for failure to reinstate a license was dismissed.
James R. Pennington, 48, New Castle, Pa., was fined $150 for unsafe vehicle amended from assured clear distance.
Molly J. Phillips, 29, Detwiller Road, Canfield, was fined $150 for lighted lights required amended from speeding.
Wendy Marie Ellyson, 22, Glasgow Road, Salineville, was fined $150 for driving without a valid license amended from driving under FRA suspension.
Aaron W. Mitchell, 19, Woodland Avenue, Salem, was sentenced to 30 days community service, fined $1,000 and sentenced to 180 days in jail for underage consumption. However, no jail time is to be served until after Mitchell is to attend a diversion program.
Edward C. Rogan Jr., 28, Springfield Road, New Springfield, was fined $100 for speeding.
A Jan. 7 pretrial was set for Aaron M. Pierson, 23, Academy Street, Salineville, charged with theft for allegedly shoplifting five remotes from Walmart in Salem valued at $225.
A Jan. 7 pretrial was set for Michele Hahn, 41, last known address East Sixth Street, Salem, charged with prohibitions concerning companion animals. According to court documents, Hahn is accused of leaving three cats and a turtle inside a home without food after they moved out.
A Jan. 8 pretrial was set for Joshua R. Smith, charged with aggravated menacing, obstruction of official business.
A Jan. 8 pretrial was set for Tiffany G. Walls, 32, Pritchard Avenue, Lisbon, charged with domestic violence and possession of drug abuse instruments. Court documents allege Walls smacked Bruce Conkle in the face with her hand and had a crack pipe in her bra.
A Jan. 8 pretrial was set for Jessica J. Middletown, 25, Pidgeon Road, Salem, charged with OVI first offense, driving without a valid license, driving with obstruction interference and a seat belt violation. An additional probable cause hearing was set for Jan. 8 for two previous underage consumption convictions.
A Jan. 17 court trial was set for David J. Daniels III, 37, South Main Street, Columbiana, charged with two counts domestic violence for allegedly throwing his son around the residence attempting to smother him and grabbing his wife by the throat to choke her before telling her to get out or he would kill them.
A Jan. 28 pretrial was set for Joseph A. Beary, 47, Fairfield Avenue, Columbiana, cited with driving under suspension.
A Jan. 28 pretrial was set for Donald C. Logan Jr., 53, Parkview Drive, Columbiana, cited with speeding.
A Jan. 31 pretrial was set for Dennis G. Baker, 59, state Route 39, Wellsville, charged with driving under FRA suspension.
A Feb. 4 pretrial was set for Christopher D. Lease, 44, Lisbon-Canfield Road, Leetonia, charged with domestic violence for allegedly slapping his wife on both sides of the face and threatened to continue "pounding" on her until she learned.
A Feb. 5 pretrial was set for George Love, 20, South Range Road, New Springfield, cited with jacklighting prohibited and a miscellaneous wildlife violation. Love allegedly was using a spotlight and shooting at raccoon and opossum from a vehicle.
A Feb. 5 pretrial was set for Kyle E. Melott, cited with jacklighting prohibited, a miscellaneous wildlife violation and improper handling of a firearm in a motor vehicle. Melott allegedly was using a spotlight and shooting at raccoon and opossum from a vehicle using a loaded gun.
A Feb. 11 pretrial was set for Kristopher A. Dean, 18, West Martin Street, East Palestine, charged with OVI second offense, OVI refusal with previous conviction in past 20 years and driving under OVI suspension.