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East Liverpool Municipal Court for 2-7

February 7, 2014
The Review

Casey R. Carter, 21, Cannons Mill Road, East Liverpool, appeared on driving under suspension and improper backing, as well as a probation violation related to two counts of theft. He was granted a continuance to March 21 on the suspension and improper backing charges, but was sentenced to 30 days in jail and increased probation for the violation.

Britney L. Beaver, 20, Dewey Avenue, East Liverpool, was granted a continuance to March 6 on two counts of receiving stolen property.

Thomas E. Dennis Jr., 35, St. George Street, East Liverpool, pleaded no contest to child endangerment, was found guilty and sentenced to 180 days in jail (150 suspended) and two years of probation. In lieu of a $150 fine, he was also sentenced to 19 hours of community service.

Jesse Hubbard, 31, Midland, Pa., was granted a continuance to March 6 on a charge of driving under suspension.

Jason E. Tice, 36, West Ninth Street, East Liverpool, appeared and pleaded no contest to child endangerment. He was found guilty and sentenced to 30 days in jail plus court costs.

Matthew A. Shilling, 34, Chester, W.Va., appeared on charges of criminal trespassing and criminal damaging. He pleaded no contest to the damaging charge, was found guilty, and sentenced to 90 days in jail (75 suspended) and fined $150 plus court costs. The trespassing charge was dismissed with prejudice.

Tina M. Jackson, 45, Washington Street, Lisbon, appeared on a theft charge, which was dismissed with prejudice following payment of restitution and court costs.

Daner D. Adkins Jr., 72, Pennsylvania Avenue Extension, East Liverpool, appeared on a theft charge, pleading no contest. He was found guilty and sentenced to 30 days in jail (suspended) and two years of probation, and fined $150 plus court costs.

Timothy R. Crowe, 25, Wilbert Avenue, East Liverpool, appeared on a theft charge amended to disorderly conduct, pleading no contest. He was found guilty and fined $150 plus court costs, and sentenced to 30 days in jail (28 suspended) and two years of probation.

 
 

 

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