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Columbiana County Municipal Court for 2-7

February 7, 2014
The Review

In Columbiana County Municipal Court on Thursday, Cody L. Jones, 24, Mill Street, Salineville, was bound over to the county grand jury on a burglary charge. Jones is accused of going into the upstairs home and taking jewelry from a box on Jan. 27.

Joshua D. Crooms, 24, Water Street, Salem, was bound over to the Common Pleas Court grand jury on a burglary charge. He is accused of allegedly entering the home of Lori and Abby Pierson without permission in order to retrieve some of his property.

William T. Poling, 30, Georgetown Road, Salem, was fined $1,875, had his license suspended for one year and sentenced to 12 days in jail for OVI first offense, a second OVI, driving under OVI suspension, marked lanes and open container.

Ryan Jacob Moffett, 18, Neeld Road, East Palestine, was fined $675, had his license suspended for 180 days and sentenced to three days in school for OVI first offense.

Rebecca J. Wince, 28, Lisbon Road, Canfield, was fined $725, sentenced to three days in jail, required 40 hours community service and had her license suspended for six months for speeding and physical control amended from OVI first offense.

Charlene N. Schmitt, 21, Mill Street, Salineville, was fined $300, credited for 10 days served and sentenced to 10 additional days for receiving stolen property and obstructing official business for taking property which had taken from a Mill Street, Salineville, address and pawning it at Cashland USA in Salem.

Timothy J. Harrison Jr., 19, Boardman Street, New Waterford, was sentenced to three days in counseling, fined $300, had his license suspended for six month and was required 30 hours community service for speeding and OVI underage first offense amended from OVI first offense.

Kenneth A. Rummel, 55, West Street, East Palestine, was fined $250 and credited with 10 days served in jail and sentenced to an additional 80 days for domestic violence and violating a temporary protection order for living at a home with a juvenile, whom there was a protection order prohibiting him from being near. The domestic violence charge, which was amended from a felony domestic violence, stemmed from Rummel stomping on the head of Lorraine Knight.

Derrik A. Bruce, 26, Lake Park, Sebring, pleaded no contest to two counts of complicity to commit theft, criminal trespassing and driving under FRA suspension. One complicity to theft charge stemmed from him putting $652 in merchandise in a buggy at Walmart in Salem and pushing it past all points of sale on April 18. Then on Aug. 17, he reportedly drove from the same Walmart, with other people who were attempting to steal a TV. Bruce was fined $450, required 50 hours community service and sentenced to 30 days in jail concurrent with two cases in Columbiana County Common Pleas Court and another case from Mahoning County Common Pleas Court.

Dray R. Bailey, 22, Elkton Road, Lisbon, was fined $150 and sentenced to one day in jail for domestic violence for sending threatening text messages to the mother of his child on Dec. 30 and 31.

Sean P. Kachelries, 23, East Main Street, East Palestine, was fined $150 and credited with one day in jail for theft for for taking four candy bars valued at less than $6 from the Circle K in East Palestine on Wednesday.

Evan J. Wooding, 26, last known address East Third Street, Salem, was fined $100 and sentenced to 30 days in jail for misuse of credit cards for going to one of her former teacher's home claiming to be homeless and asking her to loan him $20 to buy medicine, but then using her ATM card to withdraw $200 and then $80 from her account.

Ryan D. Agustini, 31, South Cross Street, Columbiana, was fined $30 for no plate. A driving under suspension citation was dismissed due to a Bureau of Motor Vehicles error.

A Feb. 13 arraignment was set for Nicole Graef, 26, Rauch Road, East Palestine, charged with violating a temporary protection order for allegedly driving through the front yard of Alan and Roberta Fusetti, as well as calling Roberta's office and Allen's cell phone.

A March 6 pretrial was set for Jessica D. Reynolds, 22, Commerce Street, Wellsville, charged with OVI first offense, turn signal violation and a seat belt violation.

 
 

 

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