Columbiana County Juvenile Court
LISBON — A 14-year-old Delaware County boy was cited into Columbiana County Juvenile Court after he allegedly had sexual contact with his cousin between Aug. 1, 2018 and April 11, while in the child’s bedroom playing hide and seek with her.
A 13-year-old Salem girl was cited on May 28 after she allegedly threw a knife at her brother. Additionally on May 29, she reportedly became violent and aggressive, which required multiple officers to intervene.
An 11-year-old Beaver Local boy was cited after entering the unoccupied home of Charles Tarnovich II, Samuel Street, East Liverpool, without permission of the owner, on March 28, taking various items, including jewelry. Additionally, the boy allegedly caused extensive damage throughout the home including breaking windows.
A 12-year-old Beaver Local boy also was cited with entering the unoccupied home of Charles Tarnovich II, Samuel Street, East Liverpool, and causing extensive damage on March 28.
A 17-year-old Leetonia boy was cited after he allegedly took three guns — two Smith and Wesson 40-caliber guns and a Gsg 1911 adop 22-caliber — from his stepfather in January.
A 17-year-old United Local student was cited on May 3 after Perry Township police allegedly found with an unloaded AR-15 half sticking out of a soft case on the backseat floor of a vehicle and a loaded magazine for the gun lying under a shirt on the middle of the front seat of the vehicle.
A 16-year-old United boy was cited on May 27 after sending a photo of him holding what appeared to be a pistol with the words “Don’t come to school tomorrow,” which alarmed the girl he sent it to.
A 15-year-old East Liverpool boy was cited on May 28 being habitually disobedient, damaging property in his home and being both physically aggressive and verbally threatening to family members. The same boy was cited on May 29 for threatening to kill his mother.
A 16-year-old East Liverpool girl was found in violation of her probation on May 5 after she allegedly left home while she was on court-ordered home confinement. She was in a vehicle involved in an accident and the driver was charged with OVI.
A 16-year-old Southern Local girl was cited after hitting another person, grabbing her by the hair, throwing her to the ground resulting in a broken arm and continuing to hit her on March 22.
A Portage County boy was cited for allegedly having hash oil in Kent on April 12. The case was forwarded to this county.
A 15-year-old Columbiana child was cited for selling what was represented to be methamphetamines “molly” to someone, but the substance was not actually the drug.
A 17-year-old East Liverpool boy was cited on March 11 after having a vape pen with a small clear vial, which indicated it contained 90.75 percent THC and smelled of marijuana.
A 16-year-old girl was cited with violating her probation on May 20 after refusing to follow the terms of home-confinement and consuming alcohol and possibly using marijuana.
A 16-year-old Salem boy was cited after allegedly grabbing his sister by the hair and slamming her against the wall, which caused her to strike her head on May 21. Additionally, she was shoved to the ground and kicked in the chest. The boy was at Reilly Stadium without permission on May 16 when he took barricades down and threw one over the fence at Reilly Stadium.
A 10-year-old Salem boy was cited after also being at Reilly Stadium on May 16, when he allegedly broke a concrete ball off the fence of the stadium.
A 14-year-old United Local boy was cited after kicking his mother’s car windshield out and punching a plexiglas window on April 8.
A 16-year-old East Liverpool boy was cited on June 10 after refusing to subject himself to the reasonable control of his parents or guardian, leaving home and not returning.
A 13-year-old Salem girl was cited on April 25 after failing to return home as told, being dishonest about where she was and refusing to attend school regularly.
A 15-year-old Salem girl was cited with violating terms of her probation on May 31 after she left home without permission, did not tell anyone where she was going and has not kept her ankle monitor charged so she can be located.
A 14-year-old East Palestine boy was cited after cursing at his family members, refusing to go to his room and punching his grandmother when she was trying to escort him to his bedroom on June 2.
A 13-year-old Lisbon student was cited on April 30 after he allegedly threatened a teacher, who was 31-weeks pregnant at the time by saying “I’m going to punch you so hard in the face, your baby is going to fall out of your butt.”
A 15-year-old Salem girl was cited after she allegedly helped another teenager by cutting the electronic monitoring device off the other person’s ankle and cutting another device off her own ankle. The devices are owned by the Columbiana County Juvenile Court.
A 17-year-old Salem child was cited by the Highway Patrol after marijuana and a plastic container with a scale allegedly were found on July 21, 2018.
A 12-year-old Salem child and a16-year-old Salem child were cited after allegedly throwing stones at and causing damage to a vehicle owned by Joseph Latsko, Allen Drive, Lisbon, on Sept. 13.
A 17-year-old Crestview boy was cited after repeatedly using vulgarities and threatening to harm another child on April 26. When stopped the boy reportedly had a baseball bat and a box cutter in his possession.
A 13-year-old Salem girl was cited on April 26 after reportedly leaving home and failing to return or tell her parents or guardians where she had gone.
A two 16-year-old Salem boys were cited on April 18 after breaking several windows out in the bathrooms in the Centennial Park, causing damages greater than $1,000.
An 11-year-old Leetonia girl was cited after reportedly kicking her brother in the legs and genital area on May 3.
A 13-year-old East Liverpool student was cited for violating the terms of probation on April 17 for being suspended from school both on March 6 and April 17 for bullying, insubordination, attempting to damage property, multiple disruptions in the classroom, threatening other students, racial slurs and cursing.
Five tobacco possession citations were issued to students at the East Liverpool Junior/Senior High School and two tobacco possession citations were issued to students at the Opportunity School in Lisbon in March and April.
A 16-year-old Salem student was cited with being truant from school 25 days between Sept. 14 and March 4.
A 14-year-old Salem junior high student was cited with being truant from school 49 days between Aug. 27 and April 15.
A 16-year-old Wellsville student was cited with being truant from school 20 days from Sept. 18 through March 14.
A 16-year-old Wellsville student was cited with being truant from school 20 days between Sept. 6 though March 18.
A 16-year-old Crestview student was cited with being truant from school 33 days starting Oct. 5 through the end of March.
A 16-year-old Salem student was cited with being truant from school 39 days starting Sept. 13 and continuing through April 15.
A 16-year-old Beaver Local student was cited after being truant from school 30 days between Sept. 10 and March 13.
A 16-year-old Lisbon student was cited after being truant from school 39 days between Aug. 30 and March 14.
A 16-year-old Lisbon student was cited after being truant from school 22 days between Sept. 7 to March 15.