COLUMBIANA COUNTY COMMON PLEAS
County Treasurer vs. Gregory and Patricia Weaver, et al., foreclosure sought for alleged delinquent taxes for properties on Seventh Avenue, East Liverpool.
County Treasurer vs. Martha Jean Newlan, Trustee for the Martha Jean Newlan Trust, foreclosure sought for alleged delinquent taxes for properties on Michigan Avenue, East Liverpool.
Angela K. Nail, Akron, vs. William Flevares, et al., excess of $25,000 sought for alleged injuries and damages from a traffic crash on state Route 7, in Middleton Township on Dec. 12, 2019.
Johnny C. Myers, Salem, vs. CMI Industry Americas, Inc., Salem, et al., appeal sought of workers’ compensation claim.
Kimberly L. Kerr, Lisbon, vs. Jack J. Kerr, Wellsville, dissolution sought.
Randall E. McClurg, Alliance, vs. Deborah S. Kelly McClurg, Salem, divorce sought.
Catherine E. Davidson, Salem, and Andrew A. Apinis, Salem, dissolution sought.
Melissa D. Casto, Canton, and Robert D. Casto II, Navarre, dissolution sought.
Vanessa Mason, Salem, and Todd M. Mason, Salem, dissolution sought.
Lacey Hayward, Lisbon, and Paul Hayward, East Liverpool, dissolution sought.
Donald C. Berger, vs. Butech Inc., et al., case settled and dismissed.
Keith R. Williams, et al., vs. Dale R. William, et al., property on Kelly Park Road, Leetonia, sold at private auction, complaint dismissed.
Tanner M. Yergin vs. Daryl A. Caldwell, et al., case settled and dismissed.
LISBON – A Salem man pleaded guilty to 11 counts of child pornography-related crimes on Thursday in Common Pleas Court. Justin Matthew King, 34, South Ellsworth Avenue, pleaded guilty to three counts of illegal use of a minor in nudity-oriented material, second-degree felonies. He also pleaded guilty to eight counts of pandering obscenity involving a minor, fourth-degree felonies. The first three counts each have a maximum possible penalty of eight years in prison and a $15,000 fine. The other eight counts each could mean a maximum of 18 months in prison and a $5,000 fine. Sentencing is set for Nov. 23. The first three crimes occurred in January 2018, while the pandering charges are from February 19, 2019.
Steven R. McComas, 50, Grant Street, East Liverpool, stipulated to violating the terms of his community control from a possession of cocaine charge for having the substance on Feb. 9, 2018. McComas’ community control was continued, but he also was ordered to serve up to six months at the Eastern Ohio Correction Center.