In the courts:


LISBON — In county Municipal Court, a Dec. 9 pretrial is set for Jack Lee Dunham Jr., 58, Riffle Road, New Waterford, cited with OVI third offense, OVI refusal with prior within 20 years, driving under suspension, failure to stop after an accident, failure to control, a seat belt violation and disorderly conduct while intoxicated.

An Oct. 10 pretrial is set for Payton E. Pokego, 20, state Route 14, New Waterford, for endangering children after the child was found in a home with dog feces, dog urine and garbage on Sept. 15.

Melanie Felger, 47, Highland Avenue, Rogers, was fined $50 for criminal mischief for kicking the door of Kevin Weaver’s Mustang on May 1. A restitution hearing was set for Oct. 17.

Judy Ann Burkhart, 63, West Main Street, Washingtonville, was fined $150 and required 25 hours community service for wrongful entrustment.

A Dec. 16 pretrial was set for Jaron Robert Stull, Stoy Street, Leetonia, cited with possession of marijuana drug paraphernalia.

An Oct. 10 pretrial was set for Charity M. Todd, 19, Salem-Unity Road, Salem, cited with criminal mischief for allegedly spraying mace inside the house of the father of her child on Monday.

A Dec. 2 pretrial was set for Andrew Bradley McManus, 19, Pritchard Avenue, Lisbon, cited with no license and speeding.

A domestic violence charge against Kathie L. Morris, 54, Hillcrest Road, Wellsville, was dismissed. Morris was accused of spitting in Cassandra Rorah’s face and attempting to elbow her on June 8.

A Dec. 16 pretrial was set for Donald Lee Unkefer Jr., 33, Valley Street, Minerva, cited with driving under suspension.

Michael Wayne Nelson, 22, Campground Road, Wellsville, was fined $180 and ordered 20 hours of community service for driving under suspension and a seat belt violation.

Joshua S. Golding, 40, Merline Road NE, Kensington, was fined $150 for possession of marijuana.

Miguel A. Tyson, 29, Austintown, was fined $250 and ordered 20 hours of community service for driving under suspension and failure to transfer registration.

Amber E. Greathouse, 27, Berlin Center, was fined $225 and sentenced 30 days for driving under suspension and speeding.

A Dec. 12 pretrial is set for Charlene Sias, 42, Elkton Road, Lisbon, cited with driving under suspension.

Derek R. Westover, 33, Elkton Road, Lisbon, was fined $250, credited two days served in jail and had his license suspended for 180 days for possession of drug paraphernalia for having a crack pipe.

Isaac L. Lemasters Jr., 49, Salineville Road, Salineville, was fined $150 and ordered 40 hours of community service for driving under suspension. Citations for no license and driving under suspension were dismissed.

Damien Matthew Cronin, 21, Jefferson Street, Salineville, was fined $150 for improper backing. Citations for reckless operation and failure to stop after an accident were dismissed.

Jerry Lee Bankston, 24, Campbell, was fined $100 and had his license suspended for 180 days for possession of marijuana.

Elizabeth A. Morris, 27, East High Street, East Palestine, was fined $200 and ordered 30 hours of community service for driving under suspension.

Cipriano H. Hernandez, 31, Cedar Ridge Road, Salem, was fined $250 for no license, amended from driving under suspension.


LISBON — An 18-year-old Salem boy was cited into county Juvenile Court after he allegedly sent photographs exposing his private area to someone in January, as well as giving a phone or a tablet to a girl so he could contact her and meeting with her after curfew after he was told to have no further contact with the girl.

A 13-year-old East Liverpool boy was cited after allegedly attacking 47-year-old Steven Lamm on Sept. 11; damaging a counter at the East Liverpool police station, where he also spit on the wall; repeated kicked the window of the police cruiser; spit on a police officer; forced police to wrestle him into the cruiser, then struggling to seat belt him in; and had an odor of alcoholic beverage about him during the events in question.

A 16-year-old Steubenville boy was cited with carrying a concealed weapon after it was reported he had brandishing a knife during an argument with a homeowner. Police found two children, both who admitted to being at a home and both denied having any weapons. However, police could see a weapon in the 16-year-old’s pockets and found it while searching him.

A 17-year-old East Liverpool boy was cited with being an unruly child on Sept. 23 after refusing to obey his parents or custodians and leaving home without returning or telling them where he went.

A 14-year-old East Liverpool child was cited after allegedly punching another 14-year-old in the face several times.

A 15-year-old East Palestine boy was cited with violating the terms of his probation after allegedly leaving the East Palestine High School and walking to the police department on one day, a day after he had walked to the police station from his home. He also allegedly had been verbally and physically aggressive with police.

Two 14-year-old Salem children were cited after punching a 15-year-old girl in the back of the head several times on July 12.

A 16-year-old Southern Local boy was cited for violating the terms of his probation by being disrespectful at home, swearing and refusing to follow his parents directions, as well as being suspended from school twice for refusing to cooperate with the staff and teachers.

A 16-year-old Crestview girl was cited with violating the terms of her probation after allegedly pinching, punching and scratching her mother because her mother refused to take her to Walmart. Additionally, she reportedly pushed her mother when she was attempting to get her to go to school. Finally she was truant from school on Aug. 29 and 30, plus Sept. 3, 4, 5, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12.

A 16-year-old Crestview student was cited after allegedly trespassing on the property of Atreyu Theodore, state Route 164, on Sept. 11 and admitting to using marijuana on Oct. 2.

A 16-year-old Lisbon boy was cited on Sept. 11 after he allegedly left home without permission and failed to charge his ankle monitor, resulting in court officials not being able to locate him.

A 15-year-old Leetonia boy was cited on Sept. 9 after reportedly striking an 11-year-old girl in the face; banging his head against the inside of the police cruiser and being disrespectful with police officers; and possessing marijuana.

A 15-year-old Leetonia boy was cited with assault after striking another 15-year-old several times on Aug. 3.

A 14-year-old East Liverpool boy was cited after allegedly being verbally abusive, physically abusive toward his sisters, defiant and leaving school without permission.

Two children were cited with using tobacco products on Sept. 27 and another was cited on Sept. 20 by sheriff’s deputies.