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Grand jury issues five open indictments

April 27, 2012
Salem News

LISBON - The Columbiana County Common Pleas Court grand jury issued five open indictments this week, including two for men accused of each robbing an area store utilizing weapons in March.

The four secret indictments issued by the grand jury will be served and then the cases released. The open indictments are as follows:

Justin D. Temple, 23, last known address Broadway, Wellsville, has been charged with robbery and receiving stolen property. Court documents allege Temple on March 23 robbed McGraw's Drive Through in Wellsville by showing a handgun.

Additionally, Temple reportedly on Jan. 4 had a diamond engagement ring in his possession belonging to Shantel Temple.

Travis L. Weese, 37, Southeast Boulevard, Salem, was charged with aggravated robbery after he allegedly used a knife to rob Circle K, East State Street, Salem, on March 25.

John W. McBride, 47, Twinsburg, has been charged with OVI and an OVI breath offense for allegedly driving while under the influence on Dec. 25 after he has five previous convictions in the past 20 years starting in 1993. His breath concentration was reportedly higher than .17.

Melissa L. Mills, 28, West Pershing Street, Salem, was charged with attempted burglary and two counts. According to court documents, Mills is accused of going into the home of Loretta Wyatt, Aetna Street, Salem, on April 11 and was found later carrying 12 separate items of jewelry in her purse including a bracelet belonging to Wyatt.

She also is accused of going into the home of Christopher Girty, North Broadway, Salem, and attempting to enter the home of Paul Taylor, East Fourth Street, Salem, both on Feb. 17.

James A. Coleman, 51, Elberon Avenue, Salem, was charged with domestic violence, for allegedly grabbing his 15-year-old daughter by the arm and punching her in the face twice with his fist. Coleman reportedly has two previous domestic violence convictions in 1996 and 2009.

 
 

 

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