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August 28, 2012
Salem News

LISBON - In Columbiana County Municipal Court Monday, Eric S. Ryhal, 46, Spring Hill, Fla., was fined $250 for theft and four counts of criminal damaging all crimes which occurred in 2004. A restitution hearing was set for Oct. 22. The theft charge against Ryhal was amended from a felony theft, while the criminal damaging charges were amended from five felony vandalism charges. Ryhal was credited after serving 26 days in jail. Court documents state Ryhal was responsible for breaking the windows out of four vehicles at Graft Electric on July 7, 2004. Additionally, a vehicle was found on the property, which was owned by Ryhal's half-brother and was loaded with $6,528 in tools taken from the vehicles. Blood and fingerprint evidence collected and analyzed by the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation, reportedly matched Ryhal when analyzed.

Anthony D. Thompson, 29, Moore Lane, East Palestine, was fined $675, had his license suspended for 180 days and sentenced to three days in a driving treatment school for OVI first offense and marked lanes.

Jonathan M. Cobb, 21, Roosevelt Avenue, Salem, was sentenced to 177 days in jail, fined $200 and required to make restitution to his mother, Janet Cobb in the amount of $494 within 60 days of his release for domestic violence and criminal damaging. According to court documents, Cobb assaulted his mother on March 17 and then took her vehicle without asking, purposely crashing it into his own vehicle. He also broke her phone.

Brian L. Jeffers, 25, Waterford Road, East Palestine, was fined $100 and required 25 hours community service for no license amended from driving under a 12-point suspension.

Jimmy L. Dubose Jr., 36, Apple Street, Salem, was fined $100 and required 14 hours community service for persistent disorderly conduct for being intoxicated and interrupting police several times while they were in the process of investigating a reported possible assault in March.

Christina A. Bish, 37, West Clark Street, East Palestine, was fined $100 for two counts of passing bad checks. Two additional charges of passing bad checks were dismissed. The four checks involving the charges were reportedly written in 2004.

Taylor Ray, 26, Ridgeview Drive, Hanoverton, and Corey M. Cantania, 22, Hickory Lane, Salem, were each fined $75 for disorderly conduct for a fight in a parking lot outside the Side Door Bar on Sunday.

A Sept. 4 pretrial was set for Donald E. Craig Jr., 41, Glasgow Road, Salineville, cited with violating a temporary protection order for allegedly contacting a woman through several people attempting to convince her to take him back.

A Sept. 4 court trial was set for John S. Deniro, 63, Youngstown, cited with failure to control.

A Sept. 4 pretrial was set for Misty A. Goodwin, 24, Wade Avenue, Alliance, charged with domestic violence for allegedly smashing a coffee pot over the head of Michael McMahon and punching him in the face on Sunday. McMahon and Goodwin reportedly have a child together.

A Sept. 6 court trial was set for Willy E. Tomb, 30, state Route 170, East Palestine, cited with speeding.

A Sept. 10 pretrial was set for Roy A. Jackson, 62, Sharp Avenue, Salem, cited with menacing after he allegedly called the switchboard and came to Salem Community Hospital on Sunday looking for his live-in girlfriend, who was there due to injuries from an alleged domestic violence incident on Saturday.

A Sept. 24 pretrial was set for Kimberly J. Kovar, 44, state Route 164, Salineville, cited with speeding.

An Oct. 1 pretrial was set for Eduardo Mateo, 18, East Third Street, Salem, was cited with underage consumption and resisting arrest after police were called to his home following a reported fight on Sunday.

An Oct. 2 pretrial was set for Domingo Pedro Juan, 18, East Third Street, Salem, charged with underage consumption and drug paraphernalia for an alleged marijuana pipe in his possession Sunday.

An Oct. 4 pretrial was set for Adam J. Himes, 30, Lisbon Street, Columbiana, cited with failure to control, hit skip and a seat belt violation.

A Nov. 5 pretrial was set for Brenda D. Broadsword, 48, last known address, West Main Street, Washingtonville, charged with menacing for allegedly threatening to violently harm another woman last September.

A charge of assault against Jeffary A. Sheeler, 46, Midland, Pa., was dismissed after the state was unable to locate the alleged victim in the case, Michelle Yoho, who he was accused of punching in the face several times while she was driving on July 15.

A charge of domestic violence against Daren M. Gamble, 49, Garfield Avenue, East Palestine, was dismissed after the prosecutor spoke to Gamble's son and the boy's mother. On Aug. 8 the boy had reportedly taken his father's vehicle without permission and when it ran out of gas, he went home to steal money to bring the vehicle back. The boy claimed his father hit him in the head and the arm and requested police take him to Tobin Center to avoid going home again.

 
 

 

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