Columbiana County Municipal

LISBON — A Salem man who pointed a gun at his son will spend another 71 days in jail after he was sentenced Thursday in county Municipal Court. Matthew Metts, 31, Cedar Ridge Drive, Salem, was fined $450 and credited with nine days served, while sentenced to continue his jail term for 71 more days for domestic violence, endangering children and aggravated menacing. He was ordered to perform 20 hours community service. On March 31, Metts allegedly assaulted the mother of his children, Jessica Hott, and pointed a loaded SKS assault-style rifle at the head of his 11-year-old son.

Randy A. Savors, 42, Elizabeth Street, East Liverpool, was bound over to the grand jury on charges of failure to verify a change of address and failure to verify residence address. With a rape conviction in 1997, Savors is a Tier III sexual predator required too register his address every 90 days and required to report when he moves, which he allegedly failed to do.

An April 16 pretrial was set for Cameron Wolfe, 18, Grant Street, East Palestine, charged with domestic violence for allegedly punching his sister, Macayla Barnhart, in the face knocking her to the ground on Tuesday when he came to his grandmother’s home on Crestview Road to pick up some of his belongings.

Emmanuel R. Foster, 32, St. Clair Avenue, East Liverpool, was fined $500, credited with 20 days served in jail and required 40 hours community service for aggravated menacing and telecommunications harassment. Foster reportedly sent a message to Megan Beagle on March 18 threatening to kill her after learning the contents of the storage unit was sold when the payments were not made. He also threatened to post photos of her on social media. A charge of violating a temporary protection order for allegedly making 29 calls to Beagle from the jail between March 20 and March 30 was dismissed.

Zachary T. Rudder, 22, Henry Avenue, Wellsville, was bound over on a theft charge for allegedly stealing Susan Baker’s vehicle from the Dairy Queen in Wellsville on March 27. The vehicle was later found wrecked on Steubenville Pike near Highlandtown.


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