A Lisbon woman accused of injuring one of her passengers in a crash while she was allegedly under the influence of both alcohol and marijuana was one of five people served with secret indictments on Thursday and Friday.
Stephanie M. Jones, 22, South Lincoln Avenue, Lisbon, is charged with aggravated vehicular assault and OVI first offense following the June 24 traffic crash which injured Christopher Allen.
According to highway patrol at the time, Jones was involved in a one-vehicle crash in Center Township at 2 a.m. July 29 when she had been southwestbound on Steubenville Pike Road north of Endley Road and allegedly lost control of the vehicle, traveling off the west side of the roadway and striking a ditch and two trees before overturning and coming to rest on the roof.
Jones was partially ejected, with her head and arm trapped under the vehicle, before she was freed by EMS and fire personnel. She went to Salem Community Hospital with non-life threatening injuries. One of her passengers, Allen, who was 28 at the time and of Lisbon, was flown to St. Elizabeth's Hospital with serious injuries. Another passenger Steven M. Cupps, then 24, of Lisbon, was transported by KLG to Salem Community Hospital for non life-threatening injuries.
Lab results reportedly showed she had a blood alcohol level of .106.
Adam L. Lodge, 22, West Main Street, Leetonia, is charged with three counts of burglary. According to court documents, Lodge allegedly broke into the home of Jerry Reed, state Route 558, Leetonia, on Nov. 4, 7 and 12. The charges are each third degree felonies.
Anthony J. Bradley, 31, Clark Avenue, Wellsville, was served a secret indictment for charges of two counts possession of drugs with a forfeiture specification. Bradley is accused of having less than five grams of cocaine and less than the bulk amount of Oxycodone in his possession on Aug. 20. Additionally, he allegedly had $581 believed to have been used or intended to be used in the commission of drug-related crimes.
Chelsea R. Baker, 23, St. Clair Avenue, East Liverpool, is charged with possession of drugs for allegedly having less than five grams of cocaine in her possession on Aug. 17.
Tiffany G. Walls, 33, Ogden Street, East Liverpool, is charged with possession of drugs for allegedly having less than five grams of cocaine in her possession on July 27.
All five indictments were issued by the Columbiana County Common Pleas Court grand jury in December. Arraignments are set for Jan. 9.