In Columbiana County Municipal Court on Thursday, a Lisbon man accused of attacking another man with a pocket knife waived his right to a preliminary hearing. Richard E. Parrish, 41, Maple Street Extension, Lisbon, was bound over to the Columbiana County Common Pleas Court grand jury on a felonious assault charge, for allegedly cutting Allen Ingledue after going into Ingledue's home on Monday. Bond was continued at $50,000.
Additionally, a March 6 pretrial was set for Parrish on charges of resisting arrest, criminal trespassing and two counts of criminal damaging. Those charges allege Parrish also ran from sheriff's deputies on Monday and then both slashed the tires and broke the back window out of a trailer belonging to Mary Johnson the same night. Additionally, he is accused of slashing tires on a vehicle at a Logtown Road, Lisbon home on Sept. 19.
Dillon K. Allen, 20, Fife Coal Road, Wellsville, was fined $750, credited with 10 days served and sentenced to another 80 days in jail starting immediately for obstructing official business. Allen had attempted to pass another person's urine off as his own when asked to perform a drug test at the Municipal Court on Nov. 25.
Ronnie W. White, 25, Saint George Street, East Liverpool, was fined $750, had his license suspended for six months, was required 30 hours community service and sentenced to three days in counseling for OVI first offense and failure to reinstate a license. A failure to control citation was dismissed.
John V. Little, 63, Failer Road, East Palestine, was fined $400, credited with one day served in jail and required 20 hours community service for two counts of disorderly conduct amended from assault and violating a temporary protection order. Little was accused of going to the home of Roger Walker, who had a protection order against Little, striking him in the face and again while he was on the ground on June 7, 2012.
Michael V. Little, 28, Failer Road, East Palestine, was fined $250, was credited with one day served in jail and required 20 hours community service for disorderly conduct amended from assault for his involvement in the same incident leading to injuries to Walker.
Chad J. Schnarrenberger, 19, Chris Avenue, Washingtonville, was fined $350, credited with six days in jail, had his license suspended for six months and required 30 hours community service for underage consumption and drug paraphernalia for a digital scale with suspected marijuana and cocaine residue on it.
Tina M. George, Lincoln Street, East Liverpool, was fined $300 and credited with one day in jail for aggravated menacing and criminal damaging. A second criminal damaging citation was dismissed. George reportedly told a John Shields she was going to kill him, while she had a hammer in her hand. She also tore a sink out of the bathroom on Oct. 24.