Columbiana County Municipal

An Oct. 17 pretrial was set in County Municipal Court for John A. Applegate, 62, Pendleton Street, Lisbon, charged with inducing panic and having weapons while intoxicated. On Saturday, Applegate is accused of firing a weapon off his porch into his lawn to scare away nearby children while he was intoxicated. His actions reportedly caused a public roadway to be evacuated.

Linda Marie McKinnon, 26, Russett Lane, East Liverpool, was fined $100 for disorderly conduct amended from illegal conveyance of prohibited items onto grounds of a detention facility. McKinnon had been accused of involvement by bringing a phone into the county jail and giving it to Lucas Sims.

A Sept. 16 pretrial was set for Stephen P. McKimmie, 28, South 12th Street, Beloit, charged with domestic violence for allegedly picking up a large TV, smashing it near his mother, swinging a vacuum cleaner at her and then throwing the TV remote at her on Saturday.

Jay T. Troyer, 26, McCracken Road, Salem, was credited with a day in jail, sentenced to 39 additional days in jail, fined $450 and required 40 hours community service for failure to comply, obstructing official business and possession of drug paraphernalia. On May 28 Troyer allegedly lied to police about his identify, fled and had two plastic pipes with burnt residue with Chore boy.

A Nov. 7 pretrial was set for Michael W. Hover, 51, High Street, Leetonia, cited with OVI first offense, no CDL and marked lanes.

A Nov. 7 pretrial was set for Joshua Thomas Deesing, 32, Petersburg, cited with OVI first offense.

A Nov. 4 pretrial was set for Glenn L. Grubb Jr., 57, Washington Street, Columbiana, cited with OVI first offense and possession of marijuana.

A Nov. 4 pretrial was set for David Wales, 30, Southern Avenue, Columbiana, cited with failure to reinstate a license and failure to control.

A charge of receiving stolen property against Amber G. Jones, 41, Boardman Street, New Waterford, was dismissed. She had been accused of pawning at Cashland an Acer laptop belonging to Geoffrey D. Coccia.

Adam M. Rendziniak, 30, Spillway Road, Lisbon, was fined $280 and required 40 hours community service for driving under suspension and invalid sticker.

A Sept. 16 extradition hearing was set for David A. Katrenick, 53, North Olmstead, an alleged fugitive from justice wanted in Georgia for a probation violation.

A Sept. 16 pretrial was set for Heather R. Boots, 40, North Pleasant Drive, East Palestine, cited with telecommunications harassment for allegedly making threats on social media toward Malory Burkett and her children on Sept. 2.

A Sept. 16 pretrial was set for Mark Steven Fraser Jr., 45, Alpha Street, East Liverpool, cited with possession of a drug abuse instrument for a clear bag of a crystal-like substance and a syringe on Sunday.

A Nov. 7 pretrial was set or Steven J. Cappitte, 34, Southeast Boulevard, Salem, cited with criminal damaging for allegedly shattering the windshield and breaking two headlights on Anthony Mercado’s vehicle with a baseball bat after chasing Mercado away from his home on July 23.

Jamie L. Smith, 35, Echo Dell Road, East Liverpool, was credited with a day in jail, required 40 hours community service and fined $200 for disorderly conduct and resisting arrest. Smith refused to leave a Middle Beaver Road home while intoxicated and asked multiple times to leave on July 24, then threw herself onto the ground and tried to pull away from deputies.

Jason M. May, 41, West Martin Street, East Palestine, was fined $80 for driving under suspension and failure to yield the right of way.