Kevin E. Kirby, 39, North Market Street, Lisbon, was bound over to the grand jury on a possession of drugs charge following a preliminary hearing in Columbiana County Common Pleas Court on Thursday. Kirby reportedly had 10 oxycodone pills in his pocket when a vehicle he was riding in was stopped on March 14.
A felony theft charge against Michelle L. Settles, 52, Canton, was dismissed and refiled as a misdemeanor theft charge. She was fined $250, credited with seven days served in jail and sentenced to 180 days in jail. Settles went into the Salem Walmart with two co-defendants, Greg Gatrell and Reginald Odd, and they reportedly took $1,420 in merchandise between the three of them.
Curtis E. McCowin, 33, East Martin Street, East Palestine, was fined $675, had his license suspended for six months and required three days in counseling for OVI first offense. An improper backing citation was dismissed.
Evan Scott Stewart, 21, Fairfield School Road, Columbiana, was fined $250, had his license suspended for one year and required three days in counseling for underage operator after consumption.
Joseph Castelucci, 52, state Route 164, Lisbon, was fined $300 and credited with 10 days served for disorderly conduct and two counts of menacing for spitting at a police officer, approaching him in a threatening manner and threatening a police officer's life while intoxicated on March 14.
Sonja L. Ellis, 56, Rose Avenue, Salem, was fined $300, credited with four days and required 30 hours community service for disorderly conduct amended from resisting arrest, plus assault for harming a nurse at Salem Regional Medical Center who was attempting to keep her from falling out of bed.
Chelsea N. Chadwick, 18, Prospect Street, Salem, was required 20 hours community service for criminal trespassing for entering another apartment with four others on March 15.
Ashley M. Irvin, 23, East Martin Street, East Palestine, was fined $150 for disorderly conduct after police found her lying on the railroad tracks on Monday.
Thomas G. Clark, 35, Lisbon Canfield Road, Salem, was fined $150 and required 20 hours community service for driving under suspension and a registration violation.
Thomas A. Reynolds II, 27, Ravenna, was fined $200, required 30 hours community service and credited with one day in jail for theft for concealing $350 in brass and other metals and attempting to leave Mac Trailer on July 11.
James J. Cannell, 60, Canfield, was found guilty of disorderly conduct and fined $150 following a trial to the court on March 19. Cannell threatened to return to a home on South Egypt Road after dark and cause blood shed, then followed up by driving by the home.
Henry L. Robinson, U.S. Route 30, Kensington, was fined $150 and required 20 hours community service for driving under suspension.
Brandi M. McDole, 23, Wilbert Avenue, East Liverpool, was fined $130 for driving under suspension and a stop sign violation.
David M. Wilson, 32, Orchard Knoll Drive, Hanoverton, was fined $50 for open container.
Joshua S. Dexter, 28, Sherrodsville, was fined $50 for no license.
Raul Salomon, 34, Fawcett Street, East Liverpool, was fined $50 for no license and stop sign violation.
A March 27 pretrial was set for Brian McClelland, 29, Danburry Avenue, Wellsville, cited with assault for allegedly throwing a ball and hitting Christy Thirtyacre in the head, throwing a bike at her and upsetting the garbage can.
An April 22 pretrial was set for Joseph M. Susak, 19, Struthers, cited with underage consumption.