In Columbiana County Municipal Court on Monday, a Jan. 6 preliminary hearing was set for Ryan M. Powell, 30, South Lane, Hanoverton, charged with assault of a police officer after police were called to Club Fuel in Salem for a request of one to be removed and Powell allegedly spit in a police officer's face as he was being led into the police station on Friday. Additionally, a pretrial was set for the same date for charges of resisting arrest and disorderly conduct while voluntarily intoxicated.
A Jan. 6 preliminary hearing was set for Donald R. Bucklew, 65, West Main Street, New Waterford, charged with OVI fourth offense. A court trial was set for the same date for a turn signal violation. Bond was set at $10,000 cash or surety.
A Jan. 6 preliminary hearing was set for Barry S. Rummel, 50, North Pleasant Drive, East Palestine, charged with having weapons while under a disability for allegedly having a weapon on Dec. 20 after he had been convicted of a felony violence offense in 2007 pertaining to threatening to bomb or damage a building. Additionally, a pretrial was set for the same date for charges of OVI refusal with a prior in the past 20 years, driving under suspension, lane violations, a seat belt violation and obstructing official business for allegedly becoming uncooperative and refusing to exit the back of the patrol car.
William M. Alesi III, 29, Liberty Street, Salem, was bound over to the county grand jury on a felony domestic violence charge for allegedly pushing his sister into a computer desk and pinning her to the floor with his hand on her throat on Dec. 22. Alesi has a previous domestic violence conviction on a 2012 case. An April 7 pretrial was set for a misdemeanor charge of resisting arrest for allegedly having to be physically restrained in order to place him in handcuffs.
Jeffrey D. Ramsey, 49, Paris, was fined $675, had his license suspended for 180 days and required to attend a three-day program for OVI first offense and failure to control.
Michael L. Wartman, 36, Paris, was fined $200 for no license and a seat belt violation. A speeding citation was dismissed.
Melissa Gentry, 34, Cross Street, Lisbon, was fined $150 and credited with two days served for obstructing official business for providing a false name of a suspect to a Lisbon police officer in Sept. 20.
Alison M. Batdorff, 23, Louisville, was fined $150 and required 20 hours community service for driving under suspension and fictitious plates.
Kimberly A. Brady, 41, North Ellsworth Avenue, Salem, was fined $150, credited with one day served in jail and sentenced to an additional two days for falsification for giving Perry Township police the false name of the man who was in a vehicle with her after it was stopped for a traffic violation on Sept. 23. Once properly identified, Michael Kovel was found to have warrants for his arrest.
Raymond E. Callehan, West Main Street, Salineville, was fined $150 for no license amended from driving under FRA suspension.
Lorrie J. Yarrison, 43, state Route 558, New Waterford, was fined $100 and required five hours of community service for driving under suspension.
Kenneth J. Ball, 52, Bowman Road, Homeworth, was fined $100 and required 10 hours community service for driving under suspension.
Jennifer A. Manteghi, 39, West Main Street, Canfield, was fined $100 for unsafe vehicle amended from speeding.
Joseph S. Messenger, 21, Prospect Street, Salem, was fined $50 and required 20 hours community service for driving under suspension.
Aleah A. Good, 21, Prospect Street, Salem, was fined $100, credited with one day served in jail and required 30 hours community service for criminal trespassing after she and her boyfriend were found in the attic of a vacant Bank Street home on Aug. 3 and refused to come out. An obstructing official business charge was dismissed.
Tyler J. Dickerhoof, 30, Canton, was fined $50 while required 20 hours community service for driving under suspension and expired registration.
Christopher Michael Dever, 30, Spencer, W.Va., was fined $30 for speeding and found not guilty of driving under suspension.
Mark J. Doughty Jr., 27, Rayland, was credited with one day in jail served for passing bad checks. Restitution has been made.
A Jan. 6 pretrial was set for Charles W. Fisher, 32, Maple Avenue, Wellsville, charged with assault for allegedly punching Dwayne Burkett multiple times and pushing him into a wall on Sunday.
A Feb. 3 pretrial was set for Steve E. Johnson, 28, New Garden Avenue, Salem, cited with OVI first offense and traffic control devices.
A Feb. 10 pretrial was set for William J. Lemon, 40, West 23rd Street, Alliance, cited with failure to control.