In Columbiana County Municipal Court on Monday, Jason R. Monter, 32, Bandy Road, Homeworth, was bound over to the Columbiana County grand jury on a theft charge for allegedly having another person's Valium and Xanax in a mint container in his pocket on Sept. 30.
Bryan C. Paugh, 36, Heritage Drive, Beloit, was credited with two days served and sentenced to an additional 28 days in jail for disorderly conduct for running between campers at Clewell's Landing in Hanoverton and entering a camper while intoxicated, then refusing orders by deputies to cease on Aug. 8.
Robert D. Zwinger Jr., 57, West Middletown Road, Columbiana, was fined $600 for six counts of permitting the sale of a motor vehicle by an unlicensed sales person. An additional 28 counts were dismissed. The sales reportedly occurred at Cornerstone Premium Motors Inc. locations in Columbiana and Salem between March 2011 and November 2012.
Chad D. Raymond, 24, West Pershing Street, Salem, was sentenced to 10 days in jail and fined $250 for criminal damaging for showing up at an apartment, calling the people there vulgar names and kicking the screen door.
Franklin D. Helton, 68, West North Avenue, East Palestine, was fined $250 and required 25 hours community service for driving under FRA suspension.
Chad Zwingler, 33, West Middletown Road, Columbiana, was fined $200 for two counts of engaging in motor vehicle business without a license for sales he reportedly made in September and October of 2012.
Daniel Sims, 51, Youngstown, was fined $180 for speeding and no license amended from driving under FRA suspension.
Jeffrey D. Beckwith Jr., 38, Lisbon Dungannon Road, LIsbon, was fined $150, had his license suspended for 180 days, sentenced to 58 additional days in jail while credited for two already served for drug instruments after police found two hypodermic syringes in the front pocket of his jeans on Saturday.
Chantel M. Shuman, 21, Orchard Street, Salem, was fined $150 for driving under suspension.
Michael E. Mobley Jr., 20, Seigler Road, Salineville, was fined $100, credited with one day served in jail and required 20 hours community service for theft for taking a ride home from the Amtrack station in Pittsburgh in a cab on Aug. 1, agreeing first to the $175 fare and then telling the cab driver he did not have the money when he arrived home.
John A. Carlariello, 54, Oak Street, Salem, was fined $100, credited with one day in jail served and required 30 hours community service for unauthorized use of property amended from passing bad checks for writing a $240 check to Price2Sell in Salem for a Lexicom Rever Rock Effects Unit on June 2, 2012.
Amanda J. Speigle, 23, Depot Road, Lisbon, and Jarred A. Chestnut, 22, Depot Road, Lisbon, were each fined $100 and required 20 hours community service for unauthorized use of property amended from theft for helping others take wood for a location near state Route 644, Kensington.
Brent N. Cooper, 42, South 15th Street, Sebring, was credited with one day served in jail for passing bad checks for a check written to the Salem Club in March for $60.
Joseph Riggs, 55, Trinity Church Road, Lisbon, was fined $100 and credited with two days served for persistent disorderly conduct amended from domestic violence for shoving his wife onto the floor of her home and choking her on Aug. 16.
Richard M. White, 60, Richmond, was credited with nine days in jail for persistent disorderly conduct amended from domestic violence for actions taken against his girlfriend Valli Casto-Wood, at Beaver Creek State Park, when he reportedly was slapping, kicking, pulling her hair and swinging her around on June 5.
Marceline N. Lopez Donato, 44, Bacon Avenue, East Palestine, was fined $50 for disorderly conduct.
Joshua Lamp, 29, Dakota Street, East Liverpool, was fined $50 for hunting morning doves with a gun capable of holding more than three shells on Sept. 16.
An Oct. 10 pretrial was set for Nicholas J. Conway, 32, Waterford Road, East Palestine, charged with assault for allegedly chasing Dale L. Lowe on foot on March 22, 2012 and then punching him numerous times in the face before he fell onto the porch.