New Cases

County Treasurer vs. William I. Renner, et al., foreclosure sought for delinquent taxes for property on Morton Street, East Liverpool.

County Treasurer vs. Mary Ann Jackson and David J. Bell, et al., foreclosure sought for alleged delinquent taxes for property on Georgetown Road, Salem.

Shelby Lynn Stowers, East Liverpool, and Dylan Leo Stowers, East Liverpool, dissolution sought.

David M. Brown, Leetonia, vs. Jacqueline A. Hersman and Ryan C. Hillman, Lisbon, order sought regarding partition of estate, appraisal and sale and awarding profits to the plaintiff.

Docket Entries

Brian Powell, East Liverpool, vs. Lena K. Berdine, East Liverpool, case dismissed.

Myquia T. McCoy, Wellsville, vs. Bradley A. McCoy, Minerva, divorce granted.


LISBON — Mason A. Taylor, 21, Oakmont Avenue, East Liverpool, pleaded guilty in Common Pleas Court to vandalism, a fifth-degree felony, and was immediately sentenced to a year in prison consecutive to time he is already serving in another case. Taylor had initially been charged with arson, a fourth-degree felony, after he set fire to his cell at the county jail on Nov. 18. In the other case, Taylor is serving between three and four and a half years for felonious assault.

Mariah R. Beaver, 30, Lang Street, East Liverpool, stipulated to violating her intervention treatment plan, which was then dishonorably terminated. Beaver was sentenced to a term with the Eastern Ohio Correction Center program and will remain on community control for the possession of cocaine charge she previously pleaded guilty to for having the substance on March 29, 2019.


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