In the courts:
COLUMBIANA COUNTY COMMON PLEAS
Danielle L. Stevenson, East Palestine, vs. Jared Stevenson, Boardman, divorce sought.
Robert John Young, Coraopolis, Pa., and Heather Ann Young, Columbiana, dissolution sought.
Megan Marie Bryant, East Liverpool, vs. Chad Bryant, East Liverpool, divorce sought.
Joyce Manufacturing Co., Berea, vs. Big Beard Home Improvements LLC, Columbiana, $13,030 plus interest sought.
D.W. Dickey and Son, Inc., Lisbon, vs. Scott Martin Construction LLC, Lisbon, $54,376 plus interest sought for alleged debt owed.
Jacob Arnette, Wellsville, vs. Cristina Arnette, Wellsville, divorce granted.
County Treasurer vs. unknown heirs of Calvin Carney, et al., property on state Route 518, West Point, sold to Bill Mundy for $33,000.
Larry Glenn Bowen, 61, Salem, contractor, and Amy Kay Champney, also known as Amy Kay Collins, 57, Salem, disabled.
Jonathan Douglas Sudia, 22, Columbiana, U.S. military, and Dezmarie Lynn Eaby, formerly known as Dezmarie Lynn Bryner, 21, Bellevernon, Pa., caretaker.
Edgar Augusto Enriquez Hernandez, 52, East Liverpool, mechanic, and Teresa De Jesus Padilla Flores, 48, East Liverpool, housekeeping.
Christopher Lee Edgell, 41, Wellsville, self-employed – construction, and Kendra Jo Michael, also known as Kendra Jo Potts, 30, Wellsville, self-employed – construction.
Mark Christopher David Beverly, 35, Salem, union pipefitter, and Jill Marie Jordan, 29, Salem, operations team lead.
Donald Eugene Scarry Jr., 59, Salineville, foreman Asplundh, and Linda Gay Coil, 57, Salineville, full time lead Dollar General.
Jeffrey Shane Ragan, 39, Salem, category manager, and Teona Lyn Brink, 26, Salem, store manager.
John Robert Watson, 35, New Waterford, manager, and Larkin Elizabeth Rogers, 38, New Waterford, chemist.
Nicholas Kyle Guariglio, 30, New Castle, Pa., bottom pour laborer, and Brittany Christina King, 24, East Palestine, unemployed.
Charles Marion Richmond, 40, Lisbon, self-employed, and Danyell Elizabeth Miller, 37, Lisbon, unemployed.
Darren James Griffith, 45, Hermitage, Pa., clinical director, therapist, and Megan Elizabeth Bennett, 43, Lisbon, social worker, residential admin.
Jackson Taylor Gagne, 23, Pittsburgh, Pa., sales, and Emily Lynn Bower, 25, Pittsburgh, Pa., ecommerce content specialist.
Martin Hayes Sitler, 60, Ponte Vedra, Fla., attorney, and Jessica Lynne Lanifero, 44, Ponte Vedra, Fla., attorney.
Tyler James Kelly, 31, East Liverpool, technician, and Rachel Jean West, 30, East Liverpool, product specialist.
Ross T. Oliver, 38, East Liverpool, mail carrier, and Madeline Michael Joan Oliver, 25, East Liverpool, homemaker.
Samuel Thomas Reidy, 27, Rogers, laborer, and Amber Nicole Floyd, 27, Rogers, office assistant.
Christopher Cornel McDonagh, 32, East Palestine, corrections officer, and Olivia Elizabeth Sukosd, 29, East Palestine, assistant.
Jeremy Lee Martin, 43, East Liverpool, operator, and Amy Marie Young, 43, East Liverpool, unemployed.
Corey Ryan Wilson, 30, Hanoverton, maintenance, and Shelby Christine Hull, 26, Hanoverton, store manager.
Thomas Andrew Derby, 40, Salem, retail manager, and Sarah A. Pagani, 40, Salem, retail manager.
Donald Earl Boggs Jr., 61, East Palestine, blaster, and Sandra Lee Rickard, 59, East Palestine, laborer.
Dallas Justin Cody Perkins, 27, Lisbon, steelworker, and Kelsie Renee Sevey, 30, East Liverpool, teacher.
Robert Daniel Fox III, 26, Lisbon, sales manager, and Hayley Justine Noland, 26, East Liverpool, registered nurse.
Alexander Christian Collins, 24, Tampa, Fla., mechanic, and Baylee Marissa Yeagley, 24, Leetonia, psychologist.
COLUMBIANA COUNTY COURT NEWS
Brandy N. Pinkerton, 35, Idaho Avenue, East Liverpool, was sentenced to six months in prison for breaking and entering and obstructing official business. On June 19, 2020, Pinkerton entered an unoccupied home on McCormick Run Road, Salineville, belonging to Maurice Glover and hampered the work of investigators.
Kirby Johnson, 25, Marion, stipulated to violating the terms of his intervention treatment plan for charges of aggravated trafficking in drugs and two counts of trafficking in heroin. He will now remain on community control with the same terms and conditions of his intervention plan. Johnson was one of the nearly 100 defendants from the Operation Big Oak indictment for drugs he was involved in selling between October and December of 2016.
Virgil K Garretson, 31, Desellem Road, Lisbon stipulated to violating the terms of his community control, which was dishonorably terminated. Garretson had been on community control after pleading since June 2018 when he pleaded guilty to a charge of attempted breaking and entering for trespassing at the former home of Tom Tukey, Maple Street Extension, Lisbon, on Aug. 29, 2017.
COLUMBIANA COUNTY MUNICIPAL
LISBON — A Nov. 16 preliminary hearing and pretrial were set in county Municipal Court for Patrick Ralph Foley, 82, Youngstown, charged with compelling prostitution, attempted unlawful sexual conduct with a minor, possessing criminal tools and engaging in prostitution for allegedly offering to pay woman and her 14-year-old daughter $200 for sex, using a phone to set up the arrangements and traveling to East Palestine where he was arrested by agents from the Mahoning Valley Human Trafficking Task Force on Friday.
An Oct. 7 preliminary hearing and pretrial were set for Jason E. Dotson, 44, East Lincoln Way, Lisbon, charged with theft and domestic violence for allegedly punching Jennifer Allison several times in the face while she was driving on Jackson Street in Lisbon on Thursday. The theft charge, a fourth-degree felony, was for allegedly having Allison’s 2008 Honda Civic without her permission.
Kyle E. Melott, 26, state Route 164, Leetonia, was bound over to the grand jury on a charge of burglary for allegedly entering Penny Gustafson’s home on state Route 164 in Fairfield Township on Dec. 7, 2015, by breaking a window and stealing numerous items from inside including a television, jewelry and a .22 revolver handgun. Blood was left on the broken window and BCI notified Detective Sgt. Steve Walker of the Columbiana County Sheriff’s Office in July that the DNA profile of the blood was consistent with Melott’s DNA.
Jeffrey D. Davis, 45, East North Avenue, East Palestine, was fined $1,050, credited with seven days in jail, sentenced to an additional 23 days in jail and required 50 hours community service for domestic violence and two counts of violating a temporary protection order. The domestic violence charge was for grabbing Chelsea Davis on March 19 and holding her down on the couch. One protection order violation was against Chloe Davis on May 9 and the other against Stacy Yeager on June 21.
An Oct. 25 pretrial was set for Antonio D. Deleon, 27, Market Street, Columbiana, charged with OVI second offense.
A Sept. 30 sentencing hearing was set for William Kenneth Vaughn III, 32, U.S. Route 62, Beloit, who pleaded guilty to OVI first offense and left of center.
A Nov. 16 pretrial was set for Ricky A. Wilson, 52, Adams Road, Rogers, cited with OVI first offense, driving under suspension and transfer registration of a vehicle.
Hernandez Patrocino Lorenzo II, 32, Vallejo, Calif., was fined $925, had his license suspended for a year, required a three-day counseling program and ordered 40 hours community service for OVI first offense and marked lanes.
Jesse Lee Vingle, 43, Major Road, Minerva, was fined $925, had his license suspended for a year, required a three-day counseling program and ordered 30 hours community service for OVI first offense and speeding.
A Nov. 15 pretrial was set for Jamey E. Miller, 35, Carrollton, charged with assault and theft for allegedly harming Lonnie D. Lucas and taking his phone without his consent on Sept. 11.
A Sept. 23 pretrial was set for Lance J. Steffel, 66, Barclay Avenue, Salem, charged with obstructing official business and disorderly conduct for allegedly refusing to identify himself, stop yelling profanity or leave the roadway area when he was reportedly intoxicated on Sunday.
A Sept. 27 pretrial was set for Justin J. Novak, 39, Stump Road, Minerva, charged with domestic violence for allegedly choking Tonya Dunham on Sunday.
A Nov. 9 pretrial was set for Katlyn Jane Clemens, 26, Lexington Avenue, Salem, charged with driving under a forfeiture specification and endangering children for allegedly leaving a 2-year-old daughter buckled in a car seat inside a vehicle with the engine running and all the doors locked while inside the Salem Walmart for at least 20 minutes on Feb. 22.
A Nov. 18 pretrial was set for Logan J. McConnell, 30, Main Street, New Middletown, charged with disorderly conduct – public intoxication.
A Nov. 18 pretrial was set for Heather L. Armstrong, Market Street, North Lima, charged with disorderly conduct – public intoxication.
Casey A. Schultz, 27, Cambridge, was credited with three days served, sentenced to an additional four days in jail and fined $650 for obstructing official business and open container, for refusing to identify himself when police in Columbiana found an open container of alcohol sitting on the floor below the passenger seat where he was seated during a traffic stop on Saturday.
Amanda L. Johnson, 31, state Route 45, Lisbon, was fined $250 and credited with 10 days in jail for possessing drug abuse instruments for multiple syringes on July 20.
Cody Ray Kenney, 30, Atwater, was fined $150 for speeding.
Elizabeth A. Morris, 29, South Main Street, Columbiana, was fined $125 for driving under suspension.
Mary Lynn Rizzo, 65, Monroe Avenue, Salem, was fined $75 for a seat belt violation, while a driving under suspension citation was dismissed.
EAST LIVERPOOL MUNICIPAL
EAST LIVERPOOL — In East Liverpool Municipal Court, the following defendants didn’t show up for hearings, so the court ordered their license forfeitures: Neoma Griffin, of Cedar City, Utah; Logan L. Winters, of Macklin Road in New Waterford; and Calub Carlevale, of Danbury Avenue in Wellsville.
Joseph L. Boyer, of Ogden Street, was set for pretrial Thursday on a domestic violence charge.
Angela G. Wright, of Dunn Street, was set Sept. 29 on a driving under suspension charge.
Robert “Bobby” G. Brooks Jr., of Monticello Place, was sentenced to $50 plus costs on a disorderly conduct charge.